Maritime traditions, respect to the heavy work on board of ships, good relations with shipowners and worth reputation - are all in core of our company. Surveyors of our company have a rich seagoing experience and continuously explore best surveying practices. The management of company always work on expansion of offered services, quality and solutions for shipowners.
Crew well knows and may perform the Draft Survey and Ullage Survey, however when some dispute expected, it is good to have a professional and experienced surveyor a side.There are several factors as knowledge of local problems with specific shipper or consignee, better language communication with other parties and surveyors. In the same time there are cases when the number of crew just not sufficient to arrange proper tally count. Our company may offer all types of quantity inspections: | Draft Survey | Ullage Survey| Tally | Weighing Supervision | Wagon Tank Mesasurements |
On-Hire /Off-Hire bunker survey required as per time charter terms to establish bunkers on board on commencement of time charter (Delivery) and on completion of charter (Re-Delivery). Bunker survey usually performed as part of full On/Off Hire condition survey to establish both bunkers and condition of the vessel.
It is a good practice to inspect cargo prior to loading and sometimes even prior to fixing of vessel. Pre-loading reports covers present condition of cargo, its storage conditions and suggested remarks for insertion in to cargo documents. Our pre-loading reports supported by professionally imaged evidence and facts which timely being introduced to Club and Members for further settlement with shippers. Only in such operative manner the painful question concerning insertion of remarks could be settled in timely manner with minimal delays and consequences.
In fact, one of the main reasons of cargo damage remains wetting of cargo due to non-watertight condition of hatch covers, which remains a main problem for carriers, ship owners and insurers. The testing of hatch covers for the water tightness using ultrasonic equipment is very convenient and economical way. Our company certified in accordance with IACS and Class Society requirements to carry out such type of services. We suggest to our clients such inspections not only as part of vessel pre-entry survey, but as economic and preventive measure to maintain hatch covers watertight.
Under supervision of our marine surveyors and surveyors of Class Societies we able to carry out In-Water Survey. Depending from request from Owners and Class Society, in-water survey could be carried out in lieu of dry dock or as short term prolongation for next dry docking date. As a marine surveying company with divers support we are able to accomplish marine damage and investigation surveys related to underwater parts of vessel.