Logistics management is part of supply chain management, which focuses on how and when to receive raw materials, intermediate products, and finished goods from their intended origin to their destination.
Today, international trade and increasing share in emerging markets are very desirable for companies. Therefore, it can be said that goods are rarely consumed in the areas where they are produced, and transportation services are one of the most important aspects among all elements of the supply chain. Correct and frugal management in the transportation sector can create a real point of differentiation between competitors.
Objectives of supply chain management:
1. Creating value for the customer
2. Building a strong infrastructure
3. Coordinate supply and demand
4. Quality monitoring and measurement
Strategic floating supply boat for oil and gas platforms
A supply boat or platform supply vessel (PSV) is a vessel specially designed to supply offshore oil and gas platforms.
These vessels range in length from 50 to 100 meters (160 to 330 feet) and perform a variety of tasks. The main function of most of these vessels is logistics support and transportation of goods, tools, equipment and personnel to and from offshore oil platforms and other marine structures.
In recent years, a new generation of OS delivery vessels have entered the market, usually equipped with a Class 1 or Class 2 dynamic positioning system. They belong to the broad category of OSV offshore vessels, which include platform supply vessels PSV, crane vessels CV and well stimulation vessels WSV, anchor rope supply vessels AHTSV and construction vessels OCV.
Larger offshore vessels have more advanced equipment, including ROV underwater vehicles, and can accommodate more people.
Types of supply boats for rent on the Dubai Marine website
PSV platform supply vessels are high capacity supply vessels, either on deck or in cargo.
AHTS anchor tug supply is similar to PSV, they can anchor and tow oil floating platforms (jack-up and semi-submersible systems).
MPSV multi-purpose vessels of Universal Ships are capable of providing a variety of maintenance services. Most of the time, they are equipped with high capacity cranes (100 tons and more).
Jumpers", especially MPSVs equipped with ROVs (Remotely Operated Vehicles) to maintain subsea equipment such as wellheads.
Fast Supply Intervention Vessels, or FSIVs, are high-speed vessels (approximately 25 knots, 46 km/h, 29 mph) with smaller deck capacity. However, they can transport passengers. They basically serve for immediate delivery or small shipments.
Buy and sell boot supplies
To buy or sell all kinds of supply bots, you can consult with knowledgeable people in this field or enter into a transaction with customers in a traditional way.
The Dubai Marine site, which is a specialized site in the marine field and is considered an important marine reference in the virtual space, and can be a specialized startup for buyers or sellers of supply boats throughout Islamic Iran and even the Middle East region, can greatly help maritime activists. .
The price of Supply Boat
The types of supply boats are priced based on the capacity of this vessel, the capacity of fuel tanks, length, width, height and the type of engine used in it.
On the other hand, a Supplyboat may have other additional equipment that will definitely affect its price.
The year of construction, the time of docking and the flag of the country of the manufacturer of the supply will have some effect on the pricing of this vessel, which should be of special attention to buyers and sellers.
Rules for chartering supply boats in Dubai
These rules are as follows:
The supply boat rental contract is a written document that is concluded between the ship owner (or his authorized representative) and the lessee and determines the conditions of the supply boat rental for a certain period or for one or more trips between specific ports. The
All or part of the ship can be rented for a certain period or for one or more trips. The
Full ship rental
If the ship is fully rented, the rent will not include the captain's room or the staff's accommodation. The commander cannot use the mentioned places for cargo without the consent of the tenant. The
Start of lease
If the ship is leased for a certain amount and period, the lease will start from the time the ship leaves the port, unless otherwise stated in the contract.
Delivery of the rented vessel
The lessor of the ship is obliged to provide the ship to the lessee in the same way and according to the same conditions as specified in the boat rental document.
If the full capacity of the ship is leased and the lessee does not have enough cargo for the whole ship, the master cannot carry other goods without the consent of the lessee. The
Misrepresentation about the capacity of the ship
If the owner of the ship or his authorized representative or the master declares the capacity of the ship to the tenant more than the actual amount, he will be responsible for compensation for any damages.
Error in declaring the capacity of the ship
If the ship's capacity is declared according to the ship's technical certificates, and a mistake occurs up to a quarter of the ship's capacity, the said mistake will not create responsibility for the captain. The
Obligations of the tenant
The lessee of the ship is obliged to:
1- Load the ship according to the lease agreement.
2- Pay the rent according to the rental agreement. The
If the lessee loads the ship less than the amount specified in the contract, he is obliged to pay all the rent according to the contract, and if he loads the ship more than the amount specified in the contract, he is obliged to increase the rent ratio accordingly. The
Failure to fulfill the contract h
The lessee is obliged to pay half of the rent stated in the lease contract to the ship owner if he refuses to fulfill the lease contract without reason before the ship departs and does not load.
The customer has a preferential right against other creditors for the collection of freight charges and damages in relation to the cargo until 25 days from the date of delivery of the goods, provided that the said goods have not been delivered to a third party. The
If the owner or shipper becomes bankrupt before the expiration of 25 days from the date of delivery, the claim of the commander will be paid in priority to other creditors.
If the ship is impounded while moving or on the way or at the place of unloading of goods due to the action of the lessor of the ship, the costs of the said period are the responsibility of the lessor. If the supply boat rental contract is arranged for a round trip and the ship is not loaded with full capacity when returning, the tenant is obliged to pay the entire rental fee.
If the ship is detained or delayed while moving or on the way or at the unloading place due to the action of the captain, the captain is obliged to pay the damages to the owner or the lessee, depending on the case.
Effects of force majeure
A- If the ship cannot leave the port due to force majeure, the rental contract will remain in force for the normal period and damages caused by the delay in the movement of the ship will not be claimed.
B- If the ship is rented for a certain period of time or for a certain trip with a certain amount, and during the trip it is stopped due to force majeure, no additional rental fee will be awarded compared to the time the ship is stopped. is considered The
Unloading the goods during the stoppage of the ship
The shipper can unload the loaded goods at his own expense during the stoppage of the ship, provided that he either returns them to the ship again for loading or pays the damage caused to the shipper. The
The captain can unload the cargo that was loaded without his knowledge and permission at the port of loading or unloading by charging the highest rate for similar goods. The
Unloading the goods before arriving at the destination
If the shipper requests that his goods be unloaded on the way, he is obliged to pay the entire fare plus the cost of moving other goods, and if the goods are unloaded due to the master's act or fault, the master will be responsible for the related expenses.
Prohibition of trade
A- If before the departure of the ship, trade with the country where the goods are loaded is prohibited, the relevant contracts will be terminated without paying damages, but the sender of the cargo will be responsible for paying the cost of loading and unloading the goods.
B- If the trade with the country to which the goods are transported is prohibited while traveling and the captain is forced to return, he will only have the right to claim the fare for the route traveled to the destination, even if the ship is rented for a return trip according to the contract. The
If it is not possible to enter the port of destination due to the blockade of the port or any other coercive force, the commander is obliged to unload the goods in the nearest port or return to the port of origin, taking into account the interests of the sender, in case of not receiving an order or receiving an unenforceable order. The
Selling cargo in times of need
In case the captain is forced to sell the cargo according to Article 89 to provide supplies and ship repair costs, the sold goods will be charged rent and the proceeds should be credited to the account of the shipper and in such cases the price of the sold goods is the current price of the same goods or similar goods. It is counted in the destination port. The commander's action regarding the sale of goods will be allowed only when the vital necessity requires it. The
Delay due to ship repair
If the captain is forced to repair the ship during the journey, the lessee is obliged to wait as usual or unload the cargo in return for paying the full rent. The
The captain is also obliged to hire another ship to carry the cargo if it is not possible to continue the journey within the normal time, otherwise he will be responsible for paying the damages.
Non-payment of rent
If the lessee proves that the ship is not seaworthy when it departs, despite having the necessary certificates, the rent of the boat will not be paid to the captain, and even the captain will be responsible for the damages.
Dumping the ship's cargo into the sea
If the captain is forced to throw all or part of the ship's cargo into the sea for the health and safety of the people or the property on the ship, the cargo fare can be paid according to the provisions of the chapter related to common marine damages.
Freight is gone
The freight that is lost as a result of sinking or shipwreck, looting by pirates, or as a result of seizure by the enemy, will not be charged freight. If there is a separate contract between the parties or another condition has been made in the sea bill of lading, the parties must act according to that contract or condition. Freight will not be charged for goods and objects that have not reached their destination or have not been delivered at their destination due to sinking or unseaworthiness of the ship.
If the cargo fare of the second ship that carries the goods of the sunken or disabled ship is less than the cargo fare of the sunken or disabled ship, the difference between the two prices will not be paid to the master of the sunken or disabled ship, but if the freight rate is higher, the difference must be paid by the charterer.
Rental contract and exceptional conditions
The provisions of articles 141 to 160 only in It is applicable if the provisions of the supply boat rental contract do not provide otherwise.
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Dubai Marine Shipping has provided suitable solutions for supply chain management according to the needs of customers. Supply chain management (SCM) can be divided into three main areas: purchasing, production and transportation. This includes decisions about input materials to use, production quantities, inventory quantities, distribution network configuration, and transportation for input materials as well as for finished products.