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SERVICES

CREW MANNING

We provide full and partial crewing services through our crew management program. It will provide the principle and managers with a long-term man power resource of a pool of qualified officers, engineers and ratings.

Potential candidates must not only pass our prescribed selection and evaluation procedures but must be fit for various requirements and standards of the principle also. It is mandatory for all our crew receive special courses for English proficiency, safety training and ship/ISM-Safety Management System familiarization.

At our disposal is a pool of well experienced, responsible and reliable Indian Officers ,Engineers and Ratings who proved themselves to be seasoned seafarers, professionally fit and dependable for cooperation on board vessels required to be manned by a national or multi-national crew. In this respect we have been able to muster an unflagging enthusiasm for the benefit of our Principals, making sure our Principals get the best.

Crew Selection
our crew selection ensures that the crews are:

Qualified and hard working to meet the flag state requirements

Speak, Read and Write good command of English

Thorough briefing about the vessel's information and its requirements

Check through all the certificates, Training and Travel Documents including visa requirement etc., as per ISM code.

SEAMAN DOCUMENTATION

Belize CDC
Belize COC
PANAMA CDC- WK- DCE
Panama CDC
Panama Watch Keeping
Liberian
Indian CDC

CUSTOMS CLEARING AND FORWARDING

Customs Clearing
The documented permission to pass that a national customs authority grants to imported goods so that they can enter the country or to exported goods so that they can leave the country. The custom clearance is typically given to a shipping agent to prove that all applicable customs duties have been paid and the shipment has been approved.
Customs Forwarding
Freight forwarding is a service industry that involves moving goods around the world on behalf of importers and exporters. Freight forwarders specialise in moving cargo. They also arrange customs clearance of goods, maintain all documentation, oversee cargo packing and will at times deal with the movement of dangerous goods.This guide gives you information on the business of freight forwarding and identifies the key issues surrounding the moving of goods.

A freight forwarder, forwarder, or forwarding agent, also known as a non-vessel operating common carrier (NVOCC), is a person or company that organizes shipments for individuals or corporations to get goods from the manufacturer or producer to a market, customer or final point of distribution.[1] Forwarders contract with a carrier to move the goods. A forwarder does not move the goods but acts as an expert in supply chain management. A forwarder contracts with carriers to move cargo ranging from raw agricultural products to manufactured goods. Freight can be booked on a variety of shipping providers, including ships, airplanes, trucks, and railroads. It is not unusual for a single shipment to move on multiple carrier types. International freight forwarders typically handle international shipments. International freight forwarders have additional expertise in preparing and processing customs and other documentation and performing activities pertaining to international shipments.

TRANSPORTATION

Moving almost anything from one place to another, is considered transporting it. this can be the movement of goods, animals, people and anything else you can think of. there are any number of ways to accomplish the transport of these things and include but are not limited to modes of transportation such as roads, water, rail, air, cable, pipeline, and space. you might be able to think of others as well.

This huge field of endeavor can be divided into three general necessary ingredients. these include infrastructure, vehicles, and operations. transport accomplishes the all important trade between people and that in turn maintains civilizations from one end of the globe to the other.

So what constitutes infrastructure? well, this would be permanent istallations that make transport possible such as roads or highways, waterways including canals, airways including airport terminals, railways including rail stations, and a host of other infrastructure that includes bus stations, trucking terminals, fueling stations, warehouses, docks for shipping and loading, seaports, and all types of terminals for handling passengers and cargo as well as for maintenance.

Then there is the vehicle part of the equation. this infrastructure network is built and maintained to accomodate travel of all types of vehicles incuding automobiles, trucks, trains, buses, people, bicycles, motrocycles, helicopters, airplanes and other aricraft, boats, and other vehicles perhaps not yet invented. we sue these vehicles for transporting us to and from workplaces, transporting goods and animals from one place to another, for recreation, for business and almost all other human endeavors in one form or another.

SHIP CHANDLING

A ship chandler (or ship's chandler) is a retail dealer who specialises in supplies or equipment for ships, known as ship's stores. For traditional sailing ships, items that could be found in a chandlery might include: rosin, turpentine, tar, pitch (resin), linseed oil, whale oil, tallow, lard, varnish, twine, rope and cordage, hemp, oakum, tools (hatchet, axe, hammer, chisel, planes, lantern, nail, spike, boat hook, caulking iron, hand pump, marlinspike), brooms, mops, galley supplies, leather goods, and paper.

The ship chandlery business was central to the existence and the social and political dynamics of ports and their waterfront areas.[1] Today's chandlers deal more in goods typical for fuel-powered commercial ships, such as oil tankers, container ships, bulk carriers. They supply the crew's food, ship's maintenance supplies, cleaning compounds, rope, et cetera. The advantage of a ship's crew using a chandler is that they do not have to find stores in the town they have landed in, nor hold that local currency - assuming they are let out of the dock compound by the immigration authorities. Typically, the ship owner has a line of credit with the chandler and is billed for anything delivered to the crew of his ship. The chandler is supplied by merchants local to his location.

Their distinguishing feature is the high level of service demanded and the short time required to fill and deliver their special orders. Because commercial ships discharge and turn around quickly, delay is expensive and the services of a dependable ship chandler are urgent.

OFFSHORE AND VALUE ADDED TRAINING COURSES

Offshore Courses Duration fast rescue boat 3 days bridge team management 3 days
Huet 1 Day maritime english 1 Day safe use of portable gas detectors 1 Day
H2S 1 Day ism familarization 1 Day hazmat 1 Day
Helicopter Landing Operation 2 Days security awareness training 1 Day oil pollution act90 1 Day
Scaffolding 2 Days garbage management 1 Day oil tanker operation course 1 Day
Boseit 3 Days gballast water management 1 Day chemical tanker operation course 1 Day
Helideck Assistant 3 Days risk assessment &risk management 1 Day gas tanker operation course 1 Day
Rigging and Slinging 3 Days enclosed space entry 1 Day gas tanker operation course 1 Day
Roustabout Course 3 Days safe working practices 1 Day
value added training courses Duration safe lifting practices 1 Day passenger ship familariztion(psf) (crowd management course) 3 Days
btm refersher 1 and half days energy conservation 1 Day ship cook cookery course 5 Days
safety officer course 2 days marpol familarization 1 Day bridge resource management 5 Days
framo pump course 2 days volatile organic compound 1 Day
advance passenger ship safety(aps) (crisis management course) 5 days ship to ship cargo transfer 1 Day
advance food safety & hygiene 2 days vapour emission control familarisation 1 Day

ASSISTING FOR MARINE STUDIES

B.Tech(Marine Engineering) - 4 Years
B.Sc.(Nautical Science) - 3 Years
Diploma Marine Engineering(DME)- 2 Years
Graduate Marine Engineering(GME)- 1 Year
General Purpose Rating(GP Rating)- 6 Months
Electro Technical Officers(ETO)-4 Months
Orientation Course for Catering Personnel(OCCP)- 18 days
Bridging Course for Existing Electrical Officers to ETO - 16 Days
Diploma Nautical Science (DNS) Deck Cadet Course (1 year)
B.Tech (Naval Architecture) 4 years
Maritime Catering -06 months