Cotemar Operations in Mexico

About Cotemar
Cotemar de C.V. is a company found in Mexico. Cotemar supplies offshore development oil fields with specialized boats. The company was started in 1979. It is located in Ciudad del Carmen, Campeche, Mexico. Cotemar also performs rehabilitation and maintenance of semi-submersible platforms and offshore center facilities. The company provides accommodation and catering services to support the operations in specialized transport vessels. This Mexican company also serves the oil industry and has an experience of over 36 years. Cotemar specializes in Marine Maintenance and Operation, Construction and Engineering, as well as Air Transportation. Cotemar recently achieved 167 million USD profits in 2015 with a net profit of 85.6 million USD in the same year. The Mexican company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange code PRS tickers and plans to operate worldwide with thousands of estimated employees.

Cotemar S.A. DE C.V. Mexico Acquired Vessels from Grandweld Shipyards
Cotemar S.A. DE C.V. Mexico received four units 42 meter Aluminum Crew Boats on 14th September 2014. They were prearranged with the Grandweld Shipyards in June 2013.The 42 M Aluminum Crew Boats have inbuilt advanced navigation equipment including the EPA Tier 3 compliant main engines. The vessels offer larger deck space, VIP accommodation, luxury seating, and enhanced crew comfort. They are designed to meet the need of every client. The vessels can reach speeds of 26 knots. Each boat can carry sufficient fresh water and fuel, one hundred workers, and ninety tons of cargo. Cotemar will operate the four boats throughout the Mexican Gulf. It will collaborate with the United States Coast Guard and the US Environmental Protection Agency.

How the Pull out of Pemex from the Mexican Offshore Oil Development Business will affect Cotemar
Mexican media recently announced that Petróleos Mexicanos Pemex was going to cut its expenditures to adjust their budgets to the 25 dollar cost per barrel of oil. This has negatively affected the Cotemar S.A. de C.V. Cotemar as it will have to suspend the operations of the Safe Lancia in mid-March 2016 due to the rising oil prices. Cotemar’s other three vessels are also most likely to be dismissed into other suitable lay-up locations. Cotemar’s other vessels such as the Safe Britannia will also be demobilized out of Mexico for leasing. The Safe Hibernia and Jasminia will be prepared for cold-stacking in the United States. Cotemar is enthusiastic that the challenges in Mexico will get better soon and that it will be able to recover Mexican oil markets.

David Osio Continues Pleasing Clients With New Mobile App

Midway through 2016, Davos Real Estate Group announced the launch of its new mobile app, called the “Davos CAP Calculator.” This new app has a goal of estimating returns on real estate investments that clients may have interest in.



Davos Real Estate Group, or REG, is one of the subsidiaries of Davos Financial Group. Davos Financial Group is an international company that leads the way in the Latin American market and has done so for over 20 years. The company focuses on creating investment strategies that meet clients’ expectations.



Executive Director of REG, Gerard Gonzalez, spent six months working with Tecknolution on designing and developing the new app, which uses innovative technology to estimate gains of investment properties after expenses are considered. This app is available to both Android and iPhone devices. This is only the beginning for REG’s new line of complementary apps that will allow clients to identify properties and send historical real estate reports to their Davos agent.



In addition to this app’s benefits, there will be an included “Mortgage Calculator” that will enable clients to estimate their mortgage rates based on bank projections, the rate of interest, and funding periods requested. REG has also been working on developing new partnerships with international real estate agents in hopes of expanding their business.



David Osio is the founder of Davos Financial Group and its Executive Director. Prior to founding his company, he earned his law degree from the University Andres Bello in Venezuela, where he also took courses in Banking and Finance. After graduation he assumed the position of Director of the MGO law firm, where he specialized in giving legal advice to numerous clients.



Since then, David Osio studied at the IESA and the New York Institute of Finance, where he studied Banking and Shared Portfolio Management. After achieving great success and receiving great experience, he made his way through managerial positions at the Private Banking Division of the Latino International Bank, before acquiring the position of Vice President of Commercial Banking.



 In 1993, he decided on the desire for his independence and thus founded Davos Financial Group. This company would be a conglomerate of companies that would be dedicated to giving widespread financial advice and planning to select clients. He has developed his leadership to allow the company to increase income year after year and expand its borders. Davos Financial Group maintains brokering arrangements with clients on an international level and provides advice to those select clients.

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Billy McFarland, The Modern Entrepreneur

Billy McFarland started his first business at the age of 13, a small, but effective program to find customers for a local business. While he was a freshman computer engineering student at Bucknell University, he started a company called Spling which helps businesses increase their internet presence by the optimization of their content. Spling is still an ongoing business, with McFarland at the helm as CEO. Clients include Discovery and Universal.

According to INC, Billy McFarland founded Magnises, a New York City platform strictly for millennials, allowing them to receive very attractive discounts at many of their favorite restaurants, bars, clubs, events, travel excursions, and special occasions. For the modest annual membership fee of $250, a member receives “The Black Card.”

All of the member’s pertinent information is copied from his or her debit or credit card onto the Black Card’s magnetic strip. The Black Card is used to pay for services at local businesses, and the discounts are automatically applied. By the end of 2015, McFarland already had over 10,000 memberships and counting.

Millennials love it, as they are social animals, and here is a way to save money at many of their favorite haunts. They enjoy getting together and talking shop, bragging about their exploits and obtaining business contacts.

Membership in Magnises is not a given as evidenced by the online application for which is required to be completed and approved by management. A good referral from a current member always helps. The Black Card has become a status symbol, and current members are quick to admonish their peers if they are not a member.

The target demographic of young professionals, entrepreneurs, management types in the garment industry and the IT space, and anyone else who might be somebody moving ahead, between the ages of 21 and 35. This is the magic grouping that makes the concept sizzle, and they love it.

McFarland is thinking about the expansion of the concept to other cities, and Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Atlanta, London are prime targets, as he explains that millennials are the same breed, wherever you find them. His business model works well, and the future looks bright, especially since the same model is bound to be received by millennials elsewhere.

Online Reputation Management Reaches Public Relations Firms. Here’s How.

Online reputation management is a term associated with companies hiring a specialist to monitor and eliminate threatening audio, video, posts, photos, and customer feedback. Online reputation management aligns itself with individuals; they manually purge social media posts to delete offensive comments, photos, video, audio, and posts. Today, this term reaches public relations firms as well.

How so?

Wikipedia says reputation management was a former PR term that morphed into a search engine results issue. PR firms like Online Reputation Reviews don’t believe online reputation management ends at search engine results.

Yes, search results are a piece of media diffusion. By pushing positive content and up-to-date news to the first page, it pushes negative content down to the next page. The online reputation extends past search engine results to cover online reviews and cyber security.

Online review sites separate into search engine review sites, business review sites, consumer review sites, social media comments, independent message boards/forums, and comments left on company websites. Business review sites are similar to Yelp, Houzz, and Angie’s List. Consumer review sites divide itself by industry (auto, law, shopping, etc.). While the other categories are self-explanatory, it shows how tough and draining reviewing those review variations can be. Surveys also highlight reviews, and it reaches emails and written form as well as online.

Alternatively, Glassdoor, BBB, and Indeed opened the door for employees to review the company’s internal practices. This revelation damages companies differently; employers will have difficulty in job hiring due to the information.

Cybersecurity is necessary for hacking situations and leaked confidential information. This practice goes outside search engines into the dark side of the internet. If the wrong hands secure private information, it ruins company reputation. Healthcare and finance must be extra careful about this although all industries must be aware of hacking and leaks.

The public relations professionals need to embrace online reputation management at all levels. This begins with embracing technology as a PR strategy. Then, PR professionals need to learn how to navigate through social media, online reviews, and cyber security. This knowledge will help PR professionals combat online reputation management effectively and change strategy when necessary.