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Captain Jørgen Berg

 

FORM TECH-6: CURRICULUM VITAE

 

 

Form ADB TECH-6 CV for Captain Jorgen Berg

 

1.     Proposed Position:  

2.     Name of Firm:

3.     Name of Expert: Jorgen Nielsen Berg

4.     Date of Birth: 11 May 1943 in Denmark

Citizenship: Danish (EU Passport), Residence: Australia.  Home office in Denmark and in Australia

 

5.     Education: 

Institution

[ Date from - Date to ]

Degree(s) or Diploma(s) obtained:

Copenhagen Navigation College, Denmark

10/1964 - 10/1966

Certificate of Competency as Master 1st Class. Foreign Going.

Royal Navy Officers School, 1967, Denmark. 

11/1967 – 06/1968

Navy Lieutenant 1st Grade, Royal Danish Navy

 

6.     Membership in Professional Associations:

The Company of Master Mariners - Australia 

Chartered Institute of Transport - Australia    

Australian Institute of Management - Australia

Chamber of Commerce – Ringwood Branch - Australia

Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions Club - Australia  

Association of Danish Navigators - Denmark   

 

7.     Other training

Completed numerous business related courses including: marine safety, maritime management, marine, ship and port operations, ships maintenance, dangerous/safe (IMO) cargo, project management, maritime law, ships design, customer service, marketing, office technology, computer, software programs, radio, satellite and data communication,.

 

8.     Countries of work experience (only listed for the last 10 years)

Australia, Brazil, Denmark, Greece, Italy, Kuwait, Maldives, Malta, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Portugal, Romania, Turkey, United Kingdom, Vietnam.

 

Only below countries with my relevant activities according to ToR will be included in Point 12 

Countries where I have been more than 5 days on-site in the country = 1961-2011 - No transits. 

Algiers, Argentina, Australia, Australian Antarctic Territories, Belgium, Brazil, British Antarctic Territories, Cameroon, Canada, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Falkland Islands, Finland, France, French Antarctic Territories, Gabon, Ghana, Greece, Greenland, Germany, Guinea, Guyana, Holland, Iceland, India, Iran, Ireland, Italy, Ivory Coast, Jamaica, Japan, Jordan, Kuwait, Liberia, Libya, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Martinique, Mozambique, Morocco, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, St. Lucia, Sweden, Togo, Trinidad & Tobago, Tunisia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA, Uruguay, Venezuela, Vietnam.

 

9.     Language skills:

 

Language

Speaking

Reading

Writing

Danish Mother tongue

Good

Good

Good

English

Good

Good

Good

French

Poor

Poor

 

German

Poor

Poor

 

 

10.  Employment Record: 

 

Relevant positions and activities according to ToR will be detailed in point 12.

From: 1993 to: 2011   

Employer: Berg Shipping Consultancy, Melbourne, Australia

Positions held:  Port & Marine Consultant, teaming up with principal clients world wide and domestic 

 

From: 1991 to: 1993    

Employer: Port of Melbourne Authority, Melbourne, Australia

Positions held:  Operation Development Manager

 

From:  1989 to: 1991  

Employer: Port of Melbourne Authority, Melbourne, Australia

Positions held: Trade Development Manager

 

From:  1988 to: 1989  

Employer: Ansett Technologies Marine Group, Melbourne, Australia

Positions held: Marine Sales Account Manager

 

From:  1982 to: 1987  

Employer: J. Lauritzen A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark 

Positions held: Marine Superintendent  (Captain), Copenhagen

 

From:  1980 to: 1982  

Employer: Societe Ivorienne de Navigation Maritime, Abidjan, Ivory Coast  ( J.Lauritzen A/S subsidery) 

Positions held: Port Captain covering France, Spain, North Africa  

 

From:  1979 to: 1979  

Employer: Beaufort Dominicana de Navigation, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic,  (J. Lauritzen sub.)

Positions held: Port Captain / Cargo Superintendent covering Latin America, Caribbean Islands.

 

From:  1977 to: 1979  

Employer: Beaufort Navigation Inc. New Orleans, Louisiana, USA  (J. Lauritzen A/S subsidery.)

Positions held: Port Captain / Cargo Superintendent covering Latin America, Caribbean Islands.

 

From:  1969 to: 1977  

Employer: J. Lauritzen A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark  

Positions held: Chief Officer, First Officer onboard several different types Danish cargo ships .

 

From:  1967 to: 1969  

Employer: Royal Danish Navy

Positions held: Navy Lieutenant 1. Grade / 2.Grade

 

From:  1967 to: 1967  

Employer: Royal Danish Navy

Positions held: Navy Sergeant / Private, in Frederikshavn, Denmark

 

From:  1966 to: 1967  

Employer: J. Lauritzen A/S, Copenhagen, Denmark  

Positions held: Second Officer onboard Danish cargo ship “Varla Dan” .

 

Point 11, Detailed Tasks Assigned will be copied out from the relevant ToR and only the relevant work will be detailed here in point 12 in the shown fashion and section. The remaining points will be deleted.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Feasibility study for the Mediterranean Sea Maritime Development Cooperation, Request No: TA 2010049 RO FTF – FWC EIB 2009 - Lot 2 Transport & Infrastructure

Year: 2011

Location: Italy, Malta, Portugal, England, Greece

Client: Client: Mediterranean Sea Maritime Development Cooperation (European Investment Bank + European Comission + International Maritime Organisation) Financed by the EIB

Main project features: Feasibility Study and fact finding missions. The beneficiary countries are the FEMIP Countries in North Africa and the Middle East

Positions held: Maritime Expert – Maritime Safety & Marine Pollution

Activities performed:  Maritime Expert – Maritime Safety & Marine Pollution, Teamed up with the implementing consultants: Parsons Brinckerhoff Consortium, UK,  with NTU in Denmark. Fact finding missions undertaken in Italy (MAREΣ -AIS system in Rome), Malta (REMPEC in Valetta - Regional Marine Pollution Emergency Response Centre for the Mediterranean Sea), Portugal (EMSA in Lisbon – European Maritime Safety Agency), United Kingdom (IMO in London – International Maritime Organization) and attended the MSAPC 2011 (Maritime Safety & Anti-Piracy conference in Athens, Greece. 

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Establishing a Dangerous Goods Database for UMA in Ankara, Turkey - EuropeAid/127054/C/SER/multi. Client: Undersecretariat For Maritime Affairs, UMA, Government of Turkey

Year: 2011

Location: Turkey, Istanbul and Ankara

Client: Undersecretariat For Maritime Affairs, UMA, Government of Turkey.

Main project features: Establish a Dangerous Goods Database (IMDG) for UMA in Ankara, Turkey

Positions held: Dangerous Goods Handling Expert

Activities performed: Teamed up with the consultant: Atos Origin Belgium NV / SA. With no existing IMDG or IMSBC database, I was making the maritime, ship and port details for UMA relating to the IMO IMDG convention (SOLAS) requirement for dangerous goods transport. Discussing the users needs and who should have access to the database. The finished database will service and be used by UMA and all Turkish ports. 

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: the Boubyan Island Development Project, Moubarak Al Kabeer Port (MKP)

Year: 2011

Location: Kuwait, Kuwait City and Boubyan Island

Client: Ministry of Public Works, Government of Kuwait. Teamed up with the consultant: Egis International, France.

Main project features: Making the Masterplan and TOR for the Programme, -  Boubyan Island Development Project

Positions held: Seaport Specialist 

Activities performed:  As Seaport Specialist for the Boubyan Island Development Project, Moubarak Al Kabeer Port (MKP), I was allocated the role as virtual Port Authority, virtual Terminal Operator, and virtual Harbour Master, in the program management process while these institutions had not been finalised in this very long term port project. Dealing with the port infrastructure including buildings, roads, rail, and the cargo handling equipment for Container, Ro-Ro, Breakbulk and Dry Bulk operations.  Intensive work with the MKP Masterplan.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Domestic Maritime Transport project

Year: 2009 + 2010

Location: Male’, Maldives 

Client: Maldivian Ministry of Transport – ADB funded – through SMEC

Main project features: Capacity Strengthening + Harbour Operations

Positions held: Maritime Operation Specialist

Activities performed:  Preparation of training material and implementation of on the job training in accordance with the training needs assessment for Ministry of Transport - Verification of proposed harbour charges for North Harbour. Conduct willingness to pay services and provide recommendations - Assistance in ensuring broad based stakeholder consultations develop time bound action plan for proposed harbour usage charges - Assist drafting harbour user charges approval documents according to procedures issued by Attorneys general office – Develop a training program for Harbour Management Staff - Implementation of the training program through formal and on the job training - Development of a harbour management manual for North Harbour.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: AusAID infrastructure program in Papua New Guinea

Year: 2007

Location: Port Moresby + Lae

Client: Government of Papua New Guinea

Main project features: Capacity building in PNG Ports Corp + NMSA

Positions held: Marine Sector Specialist in TSSP

Activities performed: Assignment as Marine Sector Specialist in TSSP in the AusAID infrastructure program in Papua New Guinea, through SMEC / BMT / MC Infrastructure Australia as principals. Was 3 months on-site in Port Moresby, with few days in Port of Lae. Had an office in the PNG Ports Corporation and in the National Maritime Safety Authority both in Port Moresby for very close work and strategic idea interchange with them in port administration & operation and maritime safety matters. Work also took place in the large ADB Lae Port terminal development – Tidal Basin project.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: EuropeAid Technical Assistance

Year: 2007

Location: Melbourne

Client: EPTISA in Spain for  EuropeAid

Main project features: methodology for Port Manager

Positions held: Technical Assistance

Activities performed:  Very short assignment for EPTISA, Spain, writing the methodology for the Port Manager assignment for Port of Durres, Albania in the EuropeAid Technical Assistance to Ministry of Public Works in Albania

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Inspection + evaluation of vessel

Year: 2007

Location: Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 

Client: AIC Australia

Main project features: Converting vessel to a museum ship in AUS 

Positions held: Surveyor Inspector

Activities performed:  Inspecting and evaluation a 50 year old polar expedition ship for further or changed service in Australia.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project:

Year: 2003 + 2004

Location: Romania, Danube River, Bucharest

Client: General Directorate of Maritime, Danube and Inland Waterways Transport, Ministry of Public Works, Transport and Housing through BCEOM France and COWI Denmark. EU funded. 

Main project features: EU PHARE Program  - Technical assistance

Positions held: Team Leader

Activities performed:  EU PHARE Program  - Technical assistance to the General Directorate of Maritime, Danube and Inland Waterways Transport, Ministry of Public Works, Transport and Housing for strengthening its administrative capacity. RO 0107.12.02 - and the structures related to maritime and inland waterways administration, - in order to meet the requirements of the acquis communautaire.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: World Bank financed Port Rehabilitation project for Port of Can Tho, Mekong Delta in Vietnam

Year: 2001

Location: Can Tho, Mekong Delta, Vietnam

Client: Port of Can Tho, Government of Vietnam

Main project features: Port Operations & Cargo Handling

Positions held: Maritime Expert (STE)

Activities performed:  Medium term assignment for COWI Consult – in the capacity as the Port Operations & Cargo Handling expert for a World Bank financed Port Rehabilitation project for Port of Can Tho, Mekong Delta in Vietnam. Dealing with ship, port and stevedore operations, maintenance of port and equipment.  River navigation and limitations.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Transition long term marine assignment

Year: 2000 + 2001 + 2002 + 2003

Location: Bing Bong, Northern Territory, Australia

Client: P&O Maritime Services, P&O Ports Australia

Main project features: Capacity building – making cost effective

Positions held: Team Leader + Marine Manager

Activities performed:  Transition long term assignment for P&O Maritime Services – function also as Marine Manager in a remote Northern Territory mining lease port, streamline lead and zinc concentrate bulk cargo loading. Managing the onshore camp, canteen and workshop facilities within the mining lease, Mac Arthur River, in the transition.

 

11. Detailed Tasks

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Marine Accident Inspector

Year: 1999 + 2000 + 2001

Location: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Client: Marine Board of Victoria, State Government of Victoria

Main project features: Investigating collisions and marine incidents.

Positions held: Navigation Expert

Activities performed:  Appointed by the Minister for Ports as ad hoc Marine Accident Inspector to the Marine Board of Victoria covering the Victorian waters. Investigating collisions and marine incidents.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Transfer food aid cargo from USA

Year: 1999

Location: Manila Bay, Philippines

Client: Government of USA  through Nectar Projects and Shipping, UK

Main project features: Discharge food aid from tankers into barges

Positions held: Team Leader + Cargo Handling Expert

Activities performed:  For Nectar Projects and Shipping in London, UK.  Supervise the lightering of wheat as food aid cargo from US product tankers in the Philippines using mobile evacuators and barges.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Charter Party bulk carrier scheduling

Year: 1997

Location: Melbourne, Australia

Client: Pivot Ltd. Australia

Main project features:  Operations of loaded bulk carriers

Positions held: Shipping Superintendent + Bulk Operations Expert

Activities performed: Shipping Superintendent assignment – for Pivot Ltd. - in Melbourne, Australia. C/P bulk carrier scheduling, fertilizer import and port operations, quarantine and customs tasks for about 60 ships.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Westgate Terminal

Year: 1998 + 1999

Location: Melbourne, Australia

Client: KPMG Corporate Finance

Main project features: Negotiating with potential terminal operators

Positions held: Port Operator

Activities performed: Port Operator - for KPMG Corporate Finance in Melbourne. Team-up with a group including KPMG to build and operate (BOOT) a new 550.000 TEU Westgate Terminal in Port Phillip Bay.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Bulk carrier fertilizer loadings

Year: 1998

Location: Sfax, Tunisia

Client: Sumitomo, Australia

Main project features: Fulfilling AQIS requirements for import of food

Positions held: Marine Inspector & Surveyor

Activities performed:  Marine Inspector & Surveyor - for Sumitomo Fertilizer, Australia. Bulk carrier fertilizer loading, operation and inspections in Tunisia - North Africa. Dealing with AMSA and AQIS requirements. 

 

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Tuticorin Port Infrastructure project

Year: 1998

Location: Tuticorin, Tamil Nadu State, India

Client: CES India, with Louis Berger, USA

Main project features: Detailed Feasibility Study

Positions held: Port Operator, Port Development & Navigation

Activities performed:  Port Operator - for CES India and Tuticorin Port Trust in India. Detailed Feasibility Study in a port infrastructure project for a new 24-berth container main-line hub port in Tuticorin Outer Port, Tamil Nadu State.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: White Bay Terminal

Year: 1997

Location: Sydney, Australia

Client: Maunsell P/L and P&O Ports – in Australia.

Main project features: Cargo Handling and Operational Issues

Positions held: Port Operator

Activities performed:  Port Operator - for Maunsell P/L and P&O Ports – in Australia. White Bay Terminal, B/Bulk, Ro-Ro and Container infrastructure, cargo handling. Operational issues and port working hours. Environmental Issues.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Cargo and Ship Operations Torres Strait

Year: 1996 + 1997 + 1998

Location: Outer Torres Strait Islands, Queensland, Australia

Client: Islanders Board of Industry and Service (IBIS)

Main project features: Increase supply operation to remote islands

Positions held: Ship Management Expert

Activities performed: Freight Consultant for Islanders Board of Industry and Service (IBIS), a QLD statutory body. Port operation & marine infrastructure development on 15 remote outer islands. Cargo handling.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Free lance surveyor. 

Year: 1993 to 2010 (ad hoc in between larger assignments)

Location: Melbourne Port

Client: Shipping Companies & Stevedores & Shippers & Receivers

Main project features: Anything dealing with ships or cargo

Positions held: Surveyor/ Owner, Berg Shipping Consultancy 

Activities performed: Free lance surveyor.  Cargo surveys, lashing surveys, pre-loading surveys, ship purchase inspections, ship planning of container stows, loading supervising on Ro-Ro ships, - all in between longer term large maritime assignments.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Any assignment in Port Infrastructure & Operations, Maritime Transport and Management, Surveys.

Year: 1993 to 2010

Location: World Wide 

Client: Any, private or government

Main project features: Anything in Maritime and port operations

Positions held: Port & Marine Consultant

Activities performed:  Principal Consultant mainly teaming up with larger consulting engineering companies in ADB, WB, JICA and EU funded maritime transport and port projects world wide.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Port of Melbourne Operations

Year: 1991 + 1992 + 1993

Location: Port of Melbourne, Australia

Client: Port of Melbourne Authority

Main project features: Port operation development

Positions held: Operation Development Manager

Activities performed:  Operational development responsibility in the port area for various types of cargoes and activities

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Port of Melbourne Marketing

Year: 1989 + 1990 + 1991

Location: Port of Melbourne, Australia

Client: Port of Melbourne Authority

Main project features: Trade development for the port 

Positions held: Trade Development Manager

Activities performed: Interaction with the ports 6000 clients in all interfaces between them and the port

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Marketing of marine equipment

Year: 1988 + 1989

Location: Melbourne, Australia

Client: Ansett Technologies Marine Group

Main project features: Sales of navigation & communication items

Positions held: Marine Sales Account

Activities performed:  In charge of sales of marine navigation and communication equipment to shipowners and other clients.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Operation of owned and T/C ships

Year: 1982 + 1983 + 1984 + 1985 + 1986 + 1987 

Location: Copenhagen, Denmark

Client: J. Lauritzen A/S  Denmark

Main project features: Ships and Port operation, Cargo exchange

Positions held: Marine Superintendent , Captain 

Activities performed: Marine superintendency, troubleshooting between ships, shippers, receivers and authorities world wide.

 

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Operation of SIVOMAR ships

Year: 1980 + 1981 + 1982

Location: Marseilles,  France

Client: Société Ivorienne de Navigation Maritime, Ivory Coast  

Main project features: Ships and Port operation, Cargo exchange Positions held: Port Captain

Activities performed:  In charge of all shipping movements and cargo handling north section for SIVOMAR, that is France + Spain + North Africa south to and including Senegal 

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Operation of FECA ships

Year: 1979

Location: Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

Client: Beaufort Dominicana de Navigation

Main project features: Ships and Port operation, Cargo exchange

Positions held: Port Captain / Cargo Superintendent

Activities performed:  In charge of all shipping movements and cargo handling in Caribbean and Latin America 

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Operation of FECA ships

Year: 1977 + 1978 + 1979

Location: New Orleans , Louisiana USA

Client: Beaufort Navigation Inc. USA

Main project features: Ships and Port operation, Cargo exchange

Positions held: Port Captain / Cargo Superintendent

Activities performed:  In charge of all shipping movements and cargo handling in Caribbean and Latin America 

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: World wide Tramp trade

Year: 1969 + 1970 + 1971 + 1972 + 1973 + 1974 + 1975 + 1976 + 1977

Location: World wide inclusive tropical, Arctic and Antarctica

Client: J. Lauritzen A/S – Large Shipowner in Denmark

Main project features: Ships operation, Cargo exchange

Positions held: Chief Officer, First Officer

Activities performed:  In charge of the cargo onboard the ships, maintenance and navigation. 

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Protecting Denmark and Danish waters

Year: 1967 + 1968 + 1969

Location: Onboard the anti-submarine SDC’s “Ran” and “Najaden”

Client: Royal Danish Navy

Main project features: In charge of communication and anti-submarine

Positions held: Navy Lieutenant 1. Grade / 2.Grade

Activities performed: Patrolling Danish waters, boarding foreign fishing vessels, shadowing East bloc warships, stopping submerged submarines trying to pass Danish territorial waters.

 

11. Detailed Tasks Assigned.

 

12. Work undertaken that best illustrates capability to handle the task assigned.

 

Name of assignment or project: Navigating in North Europe winter

Year: 1966 + 1967

Location: North Europe including Finland

Client: J. Lauritzen A/S – Large Shipowner in Denmark

Main project features: Ships operation, Cargo exchange + Ice navigation

Positions held: 2. Officer 

Activities performed:  Cargo exchange supervision and navigating duties

 

13. Certification:

 

I, the undersigned, certify to the best of my knowledge and belief that:

 

(i)             This CV correctly describes my qualifications and my experience:

(ii)            I am not employed by the Executing/Implementing Agency

(III)       In the absence of medical incapacity, I will undertake this assignment for the duration and in                    

terms of the inputs specified for me in the Personnel Schedule in Form TECH-7 provided team

                  mobilisation takes place within the validity of this proposal or any agreed extension thereof.

      (iv)       I am committed to undertake the assignment within the validity of Proposal.  

      (v)        I am not part of the team who wrote the terms of reference for this consulting services

                  assignment

      (vi)       I am not sanctioned (ineligible for engagement) by ADB, WB or EU

 

I understand that any wilful misstatement described herein may lead to my disqualification or

Dismissal, if engaged

 

Date --------------------------------

 

 

Full Name of authorized representative --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

 

 

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Captain Jorgen Berg

Phone:

+61 3 9870 0771 

Berg Shipping Consultancy

Fax:

+61 3 9879 4664  - (but send SMS first)

13 Manuela Terrace

Mobile:

+61 4 1220 6165

Ringwood North, VIC 3134

E-mail:

berg@bergshippingconsultancy.com.au

Melbourne

Skype:

jorgennberg

Australia

Website:

www.bergshippingconsultancy.com.au

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