Safe, efficient and fully compliant vessel operation, we also focus on maximizing her availability and loss prevention by
- Close interaction between onboard crews and highly experienced shore-based engineering and procurement team
- Maintain and supervise strictly planned maintenance systems through our integrated software systems covering all aspects of ship management, including the provision of operational, technical, procurement and detailed financial information in a transparent and secure manner.
Quarterly shipboard attendance, the technical superintendent will evaluate the performance of the Vessel’s Machinery and review the vessel’s Planned Maintenance Systems, based on which they will identify areas requiring improvement. This will assist shipowners with reducing machinery downtime and maintenance costs, resulting in increased reliability and operational efficiency.
Furthermore, the technical superintendents will involve directly in the whole dry-docking process to control repairing quality, maximize budget savings and minimize off-hire time.
Related procurement procedure, all suppliers were examined and assessed. High-quality spare parts and equipment with reasonable prices and good guarantee policy are our standards to evaluate a supplier before signing every single contract to make sure only good stuff is provided to the fleet.
As a result, the fleet is maintaining in good technical condition, adapting the standards of IACS and International Conventions.
With more than 300 seafarers aboard at any given time, ALLSEA DMCC continues to expand its ability to provide professional, motivated and dedicated seafarers, equipped to meet the rigorous requirements of their roles and are fully supported by experienced onshore staff.
Our HRC (Human Resources and Crews) department allows us to maintain close liaison with seafarers, to manage the hiring and management process as efficiently as possible and achieve high retention rates.
We use rigorous search and selection methods to ensure that our crew members not only have the necessary qualifications but also the necessary language and personality skills. In addition, we are fully committed to the professional and educational development of all crew members through the Company’s annual training and evaluation program.
Structured training and development programs ensure that the crew’s skills and knowledge are constantly updated in accordance with the changing laws and industry needs.
Moreover, the health care of seafarers is also one of our concerns. Therefore, every year, seafarers are given a general health check to ensure that the crew members are healthy and complete their professional work.
Safety management is always a priority for efficient ship operations while maintaining full compliance with regulatory requirements.
We conduct a continuous assessment of fleet information, along with the development of new processes and related training to meet the needs of changing maritime laws, allowing minimize operational risks. Thus, opportunities improvements are implemented and then customers’ reputation are protected well.
In fact, fleet managed by ALLSEA DMCC has been adapting all strict requirements of Oil Majors and Gas companies in the world, suitable for domestic and regional transportation needs.
Although newly established, with a team of highly experienced working at big shipping companies in the country and thanks to our professional and strict safety management system, we are confident to pass TMSA (Tanker Management and Self-Assessment) level 2 which will be followed our plan in 2021.