Whoever our client is, a ship owner, a maritime agency or a sailor-mechanic, we will always be able to help them solve any problem. We can:
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Nowadays the competence level of shipboard personnel, especially that of a technical kind, has some serious flaws: lack of real experience of overcoming abnormal and emergency situations; lack of practical knowledge of design, operation and maintenance of ship systems and mechanisms.
Our objective is not to give you fine words and bright pictures that can be obtained at any classes or universities that train fleet personnel. In our work we share the long-term experience in vessel operation and maintenance, obtained by our experts – acting mechanic engineers. We know everything about shipboard equipment and systems, about safety at tankers and gas carriers, about repair at dry docks and at sea.
We have great practical experience of creatively different inventions and realizations that successfully solved problems of our ship owner clients. We understand that the time of vessel demurrage costs a lot, so we save a great deal of money for our clients.
When training and retraining sailors, we give them only concrete knowledge, applicable in their work. If you are facing an abnormal or emergency situation, call to us: we will help you to solve them distantly, quickly and efficiently 24/7/365
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For shipboard personnel:
Accident during discharging of dangerous cargo
An oil tanker with the dead weight of 100000 Mt was carrying aboard 90000 m3 of flammable toxic product methanol for about a year. The freighter just couldn't manage to sell the fraught and started pursuing the ship owner in court. When the fraught was finally sold in Singapore, the vessel went to the port for discharge. At the time the duties of the chief engineer were carried out by the company's representative... Read completely
Urgent putting vessel into operation after long-term demurrage
The superintendent and the engine crew consisting of chief engineer, second engineer, third engineer, fourth engineer, electrical engineer, three motormen and fitter were sent on a mission to receive and put into operation a shuttle tanker 115000 Mt after 3.5 year anchoring in the tropical zone. The company gave them 30 days to get the job done...Read completely
There are no impossible tasks for us
An oil tanker with dead weight over 100000 Mt was preparing for discharging in Fujairah (UAE). The vessel crew had just been changed, so the discharging preparation was not going well. The company sent their representative superintendent to the vessel of to help them with discharging. The superintendent came aboard; the vessel unanchored and started moving to port. At this time the air-conditioning at the vessel superstructure was damaged... Read completely