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Organizational Structure

Shareholders’ General Meeting

Comprising all shareholders with voting rights, it is the highest decision-making of the joint-stock company, including the following functions:

– Electing, dismissing, and removing members of the Board of Management and members of the Supervisory Board.
– Deciding on amendments and supplements to the company’s charter, except for adjustments to the charter capital resulting from the issuance of new shares within the scope of the number of shares authorized for sale as specified in the company’s charter.

Board of Management

– Is the governing body of the company with full authority on behalf of the company to decide on matters related to the purpose and interests of the company, except for issues under the jurisdiction of the Shareholders’ General Meeting.
– Determines the company’s development strategy, appoints, dismisses, and changes the positions of directors, deputy directors, and the chief accountant, and decides on the salaries and other benefits of these managerial officials.
– Ensures security, fire prevention, environmental protection in production and business activities.
Organizes inspections and handles violations of internal regulations, rules, and articles of association.

Company Director:

– Manages the company’s day-to-day operations, takes responsibility before the Board of Management for organizing comprehensive management and supervision of the company’s daily operational activities.
– Assigns targets, approves plans, and settles accounts for subordinate departments.
– Signs reports, contracts, and company documents according to the hierarchical structure established by the Company’s Charter.
– Seeks the opinions of the Board of Management in determining the number of employees, salaries, allowances, benefits, appointments, dismissals, and other terms related to their employment contracts.
– Proposes measures to improve the company’s operations and management.

Sales, Marketing & Customer Service Department:

– Organizes research and development of the maritime transport, logistics, port operations, and agency market.
Promotes the company’s image and services, seeks, and maintains customer relationships, negotiates, and agrees on freight rates and transportation methods, and signs contracts.
– Provides advice to senior management on business strategy and competitive strategies.
Directly provides services to customers, determining container transport prices on various routes.”

Operations Department:

– Schedules vessel departures.
– Manages the fleet, allocates vessels to various routes, and plans maintenance and repairs to ensure the transport capacity of the fleet.
– Resolves issues and incidents that arise when handling containers at the yard, during vessel transfers, and in other operations.

Documentation Department:

– Prepares documents and certificates for the Operations Department to complete customs procedures, inspects goods before loading onto the vessel, and handles goods leaving the warehouse.
– Manages procedures related to payments for import-export contracts.
Coordinates with the Finance and Accounting Department of the company, monitors and urges the settlement of accounts with customers.

Accounting Department:

– Manages the financial accounting tasks of the company in compliance with legal regulations to enhance the effective use of the company’s funds.
– Prepares reports that reflect the company’s business results, serving as a basis for summarizing, evaluating, and proposing solutions to address deficiencies for the next phase.