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Company Name: S&P World Networks DMCC (“SnP”)
S&P World Networks DMCC (“SnP”) is an affiliate company of Hanwha Group, a Fortune 500 company and one of top 10 conglomerates of the Republic of Korea. Hanwha Group’s global network of affiliates includes companies in different sectors such as manufacturing & construction, hospitality service and financing institutions. SnP was established to serve as Hanwha Group’s holding company in Middle East and the North Africa (MENA) region. One of SnP’s mission is to procure and supply construction material and provide general support for Hanwha E&C’s USD 10 billion Bismayah New City Project (BNCP) in Iraq, which is comprised of construction of new city development, 100,000 housing project and Social infrastructure. Based on Hanwha Group’s ever growing reputation and strong regional presence captured by successful works in the BNCP and many other projects within Iraq and MENA, SnP is expanding its business spectrum to global logistics solution and construction material trading business amongst many as well as exploring other new business opportunities in MENA.
Job Position: Sales Manager
Candidates should have a profound knowledge on managing import and export process and an experience of sales steel products
• Sales of steel products manufactured by Chinese steel mills
• Sourcing of steel products manufactured by steel mills in MENA region.
• Development of the new customers of steel consumption.
• Salary is to be negotiated
• Sales experience of steel products.
• Knowledge on the steel products.
• Import and export process knowledge in regards with shipping documents, banking documents,
• Minimum required experience should be 4 years and above
About the Company
Since its establishment in 1962 as part of the Koreas first 5-year Economic Plan, KOTRA has been dedicated to creating new export markets and increasing Koreas trade value, which reached $1 trillion in 2011. In the late 1990s, the agency helped Korea overcome the Financial Crisis by starting its foreign direct investment promotion division. And in the last half century, KOTRA has played a significant role in supporting Korean companies expanding overseas.
Today, the world economy is more volatile than ever due to the European financial crisis, China's hindered economic growth, upcoming elections in 15 countries and security issues in the Middle East. In preparation for a rapidly changing market environment, and using Koreas expansive FTA network, KOTRA is focusing on the globalization of small and medium sized enterprises(SMEs), the backbone of the Korean economy, by providing them with customized support related to global business establishment and export.