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August 6 2018 | The Journal of Commerce 61 www.joc.com Classifieds & Marketplace NOTICES EMPLOYMEMENT OPPORTUNITY To Advertise in THE JOURNAL OF COMMERCE Marketplace Directory contact Alex Remstein for information and rates (646) 679-3418 or alexander.remstein@ihsmarkit.com In-depth analysis of vital issues from the industry's most trusted source. SIGN UP TODAY! For a list of upcoming topics, visit: JOC.com/webcasts METRO CRUISE SERVICES Manager of Safety, Security and Environmental Compliance (East Coast & Gulf Coast) Location: Long Beach, Calif. (Travel to East Coast) Contact: Sam Jebananthan Qualifications & Skills Required Work closely with the Director of SSEC, Metro Cruise LLC, Senior Management, Operations Leaders, Risk Management, Insurance, Terminal Managers, Superintendents, and others to identify potential and existing hazards, and to design, propose and implement resolutions to same Routinely and as directed visit Company locations throughout the United States west coast east and gulf coasts) to conduct, record and report on safety inspections and survey occupational conditions of vessel operations, terminal operations, eq uipment and maintenance programs Assisting operations management with environmental regulatory compliance company-wide To learn and to be familiar with facility Security Plans and security training in each marine terminal managed by the Company Ensure Company meets Air Quality Management District (AQMD) California Air Resources Board (CARB) requirements in California and related federal, state and local regulations in other operating states including, but not limited to, storm water permitting, Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures plans (SPCC), Hazardous Waste Management Pe rmits Routinely communicate with all personnel at all facilities regarding safety matters, to include designing, and conducting safety training courses Act as a resource for safety compliance enforcement, by monitoring and documenting compliance and violations Conduct Terminal safety meetings. Ensure local safety meetings are held and documented as required Ensure all site testing for air pollution, noise levels, and others are conducted in accordance with applicable regulations or as needed. Coordinate, as needed, with industrial hygienists Ensure the Company IIPP plan is current, compliant with all applicable la ws, and properly distributed to all stakeholders Where needed, recommend procedures, practices and policies based on safety Audits Conduct and/or manage accident investigations, ensuring accident reporting is timely, comprehensive, and useful Coordinate with Insurance Department, claims staff providing information as needed. Report incidents to various state and federal agencies as needed Prepare various reports, including statistical injury, trend analysis, and other reports as needed Monitor and make aware of pending and current legislative changes affecting Company's safety program(s) Participate in safety gangway talks, industry safety meetings local or national, reporting on same Maintain short- and long-term safety plans, including active participation in preparation of Company contingency plan(s) as appropriate Maintain and report on Pacific Coast Marine Safety Code issued by PMA-ILWU on safety in the West Coast waterfront; and other similar safety documents related to unions on the East Coast and Gulf Coast Work weekends and holidays as needed. Carry Company cell-phone for 24-hour "on-call" duties Perform other functions as assigned Education and/or Work Experience 4-year college degree in applicable field of study Knowledge of state and federal OSHA, U.S. Coast guard regulations, Pacific Coast Marine Safety Code, and other safety regulatory requirements for the maritime industry Minimum 5 years of experience in a safety managerial capacity, preferably with the maritime--stevedoring community with extensive union interaction Advanced computer skills in all Microsoft office products, including Excel, Word, Access, and PowerPoint. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills Certification in CPR and First Aid, (preferably at the instructor level) Valid driver's license, with an appropriate driving record Able to obtain a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) Able to travel extensively Please email resumes to: career@metrocruiseservices.com COLOM-PEQ Colombia Poultry Export Quota, Inc. NOTICE OF OPEN TENDER Independent bids are invited for rights to ship U.S.-origin chicken leg quarters to the Repub- lic of Colombia under a tariff-rate quota (TRQ) granted by the Republic of Colombia to the United States under the U.S.-Colombia Trade Promotion Agreement. B i d s m u s t b e s u b m i t t e d o n T h u r s d a y , S e p t e m b e r 1 3 , 2 0 1 8 b e t w e e n 9 : 0 0 a . m . a n d 5 : 0 0 p . m . E a s t e r n D a y l i g h t T i m e ( E D T ) S h i p m e n t P e r i o d : S e p t e m b e r 2 4 , 2 0 1 8 – D e c e m b e r 3 1 , 2 0 1 8 The following quantity is available: Total Volume for Colombian All HTS Nos. Colombian HTS Number (Metric Tons) Duty Leg Quarters, fresh or chilled 0207.1300.A ) Leg Quarters, frozen 0207.1400.A ) 8,553 Cero Leg Quarters, seazoned & frozen 1602.3200.A ) The product must be imported into Colombia on September 24 or before December 31, 2018. TRQ Certificates will be awarded to the highest bidder(s). Any person or entity incorpo- rated or domiciled, with a legal address, in the United States is eligible to bid. The minimum bid quantity is 1 metric ton; the minimum bid price is $44 .08/metric ton (i.e., $0.02/pound). Bids must be submitted in dollars and cents per metric ton. Bids should not be submitted in amounts that include fractions of a cent. The Certificates of Quota Allocation will be awarded to the highest bidder(s). I m p o r t a n t U p d a t e : 1. Each bidder must submit a performance security in the amount of $50,000 or half of the total value of the bid(s), whichever is less. 2. The deadline for submitting a performance security (note new wire instructions) is the day AFTER the auction date (i.e., by 6:00 p.m. on Friday, September 14 , 2018). 3. Bids must be submitted electronically at: https://www.colom-peq.org/online_bid_form.html. Fax or other forms of bids will not be accepted. Potential bidders may obtain the required bid forms and bid instructions at: www.colom- peq.org or by contacting the COLOM-PEQ Administrator, DTB Associates, LLP. Submission of a bid constitutes acceptance of all bid instructions and conditions. Colombia Poultry Export Quota, Inc. (COLOM-PEQ) c/o DTB Associates, LLP 1700 Pennsylvania Ave, N.W. Suite 200 Washington, D.C. 20006-4707, USA Office phone: (202) 684-2512, Fax. (202) 684-2234 E-mail: administrator@colom-peq.org – Website: www.colom-peq. JOC0860 Notice of Open Tender for El Salvador Central America Poultry Export Quota, Inc. (CA-PEQ) Bids open: September 3, 2018 Bids due: September 7, 2018 Central America Poultry Export Quota, Inc. (CA-PEQ) invites bids for the right to ship U.S.-origin chicken leg quarters to El Salvador duty-free under a CAFTA tariff-rate quota granted by the Republic of El Salvador to the United States. The export item is chicken leg quarters, bone-in (HTS Nos. 0207.13.99B; 0207.14.99B; and 1602.32.00A referred to in the text of the CAFTA which correspond to SAC Nos. 0207.13.93; 0207.13.94; 0207.14.93; 0207.14.94; and 1602.32.10). The product must be imported into El Salvador on or before December 31, 2018. Certificates of Quota Allocation are being offered during this open tender for 1,619 metric tons in total Any person or entity incorporated or domiciled, and with a legal address, in the United States is eligible to bid. Bids must be received by CA-PEQ not later than 5 p.m. (EDT) on September 7, 2018. The minimum bid quantity is 1 metric ton; the minimum bid price is $22.04/metric ton. Bids must be submitted in dollars and cents per metric ton. Bids should not be submitted in amounts that include fractions of a cent. If a bid is received in an amount that includes fractions of a cent, the administrator will ignore the fractions of a cent and consider only the amount that was bid in dollars and full cents. Performance security (the lesser of $50,000 or the total value of the bid) must be provided in conjunction with each bid. The Certificates of Quota Allocation will be awarded to the highest bidder(s). Bids must be submitted electronically at https://www.ca-peq.org/el_salvador_online_bid_form.html. Fax or other forms of bids will not be accepted. Interested parties may obtain the required bid forms and bid instructions at: www.ca-peq.org or by contacting the CA-PEQ Administrator, DTB Associates, LLP, 1700 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W., Suite 200, Washington, D.C. 20006-4707, U.S. Office phone (202) 684-2512, Fax. (202) 684-2234. Submission of a bid constitutes acceptance of all bid instructions and conditions. Central America Poultry Export Quota, Inc. (CA-PEQ) c/o DTB Associates, LLP 1700 Pennsylvania Ave, N.W. Suite 200 Washington, D.C. 20006-4707, USA Office phone: (202) 684-2512, Fax. (202) 684-2234 E-mail: administrator@ca-peq.org – www.ca-peq.org JOC0859

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