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China Navigation bets on project cargo with former Zeamarine employees

The China Navigation Company establishes a new division for multi-purpose and heavy lift. The business unit will work closely with, among others, Swire Bulk, where a former Clipper chief exec takes over as CEO. Updated

Namir Kahnbabi has been appointed general manager for The China Navigation Company's new division for project cargo.tlast. | Photo: Swire Projects

Singapore-based The China Navigation Company establishes a new business unit for project cargo, with several former Zeamarine employees in central positions.

The division will be named Swire Projects and will handle transport for sectors such as energy, resources and infrastructure, according to a press release from the company.

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