It is no surprise that with The ECDIS installation schedule having passed end in July 2018, most ships have thus made the transition from paper to digital navigation.
The challenges involved with a perceived increase in risk, compliance with regulations, commercial pressures through cash buyers, re-flagging, re-classing and approvals, pose a challenge to the surveyors acumen, knowledge and to a large extent, his integrity.
Accordingly, a joint survey was scheduled between Constellation Marine Services on behalf of the Cargo Underwriter and Carrier’s Surveyor at Container Terminal-2, Jebel Ali Port, Dubai, UAE.
Have you thought if the risk of these losses can be reduced?
If not, then here is how we serve you to reduce the risk of water ingression.
We Constellation Marine Service can provide the ULD Testing of the cargo hold before the vessel sails from load port with almost no time loss due to testing and provide an opportunity to identify the point of leak and assist in rectifying the leak point at no cost of time loss at load port.
It is well known that manufacturing companies have adopted quality standards for a long period in time. Its benefits such as but not limited to the value of the standard, the sales and marketing advantage, and company requirements, are well documented.
The forthcoming changes to the rules governing Sulphur emissions in MARPOL Annex VI present tricky technical challenges to interested parties. We believe no other regulations in recent history of shipping has invoked the multitude of responses than the Sulphur 2020 cap.
Towing operations of any kind, customary or non-customary, are inherently risky; however it is known that these risks can be managed and reduced with due diligence and good seamanship, and this starts with a duty of care prior to commencement of the voyage.