Ship Management

Technical Management

It is the policy of DMC Ship Management to operate all managed vessels in the safest and most proper manner possible, ensuring that all managed vessels operate in accordance with :

Ship owner's requirements
Flag state and class requirements
Design requirements
Chatterer's requirements and most importantly the International Safety Management Code

Technical Expertise are each allocated a group of four to five vessels.

Our Expertise are responsible for monitoring the vessels' condition and all aspects of their performance and operation, including :

Safe and efficient cargo handling and cargo conditioning
Planned and project maintenance
Regular condition assessment
Dry dock planning and supervision
Budget control
Certification and vetting

Our solid relationships with first-class suppliers, workshops and marine service providers ensure that our principals consistently receive reliable and high-quality service at the lowest possible price.

Our highly qualified and capable teams closely monitor the commercial performance of managed vessels and manage the commercial risks faced by our Principals during the course of employment of their vessels.

Further management support is provided by staff specializing in :

Loss prevention, safety and quality, marine and cargo operations
Cryogenic systems
Commercial Marine insurances
Information technology, including communication and planned maintenance systems

Commercial Management :

Our experienced team works to provide comprehensive commercial management services including strategy and employment management for vessels, negotiation and providing services in support of charter party contracts, full post-fixture support and account tracking.

Advise on chartering strategies
Sourcing best employment opportunity for a vessel
Negotiating charter party contracts
Appointment and liaison with port agents
Vessel monitoring to ensure adherence to charter party terms
Post-fixture and account tracking functions
Demurrage and Dispatch calculations
Voyage reporting and analysis
Supply of Marine fuels