Chartering

ASC Chartering Pte Ltd (ASCC) has wide ranging experience in Project and Heavy Lift Shipping:

 

ASCC works closely with clients to understand their unique cargo or vessel requirements and deliver maximum value through a wide range of innovative solutions.Heavy-Lift and Project Cargo

  • Military & Defence Cargo
  • Oil & Gas
  • Floating Units – Tugs, Barges, Boats & Yachts
  • Port Infrastructure Equipment
  • Engineering and Construction                                                                  
  • IMO and Dangerous Goods
  • Breakbulk & Steel Cargo
  • Airfreight

Departments

1.Crew

Training and Communication

                            Training has been identified as the most important factor to promote excellence, professionalism, safe work culture, procedures and operations. It is DTM’s policy for officers and crew members to undergo intensive training programs ashore and on board vessels.   DTM has created an in-house training center in Mumbai where its officers undergo the Bridge Team Management course with a state of the art ship simulator.  On board vessels, training by Company Superintendents is carried out with the assistance of the Quality & Safety Department.   Senior officers and staff members instill in our crew the importance of communication, teamwork and unity. Harmony between ship and shore, as well as cultural sensitivity and commitment to diversity, is the foundation for building long-lasting relationships within the Dynacom family.

2.Safety

Drug & Alcohol Abuse Policy

It is the Company’s policy that no seafarer employed shall navigate the ship, operate machine or carry out his/her duties whilst he/she is impaired by drugs or alcohol or suspected to be under the impairment of alcohol or drugs.The Company has defined as alcohol impairment a blood alcohol content of 40mg/100ml or more.In order to enhance this policy the Company has implemented very strict rules and procedures exceeding therequirements of OCIMF.

  1. The possession, use, trafficking and sale of drugs and alcohol onboard are prohibited.
  2. No consumption of alcohol is allowed while the ship is in port.
  3. No issue of alcoholic beverages are to be made between 24 hours prior to arrival at any port until the ship has departed from the coastal waters or territorial limits.
  4. Distribution or consumption of alcohol is not allowed as sea during conditions of restricted visibility, heavy traffic, in any hazardous condition or at any time subject to Master’s discretion.
  5. Alcoholic beverages in crew quarters are prohibited.
  6. Watch keeping personnel or crewmember involved in the operation of equipment must abstain from alcohol minimum 4 hours prior taking over duties.
  7. Except for beer, no other hard drink is allowed onboard the ship .
                   Any form of drug, with the exception of prescribed drugs, is totally banned from Company managed vessels. Personnel on prescribed drugs must declare this fact to the Master upon joining the vessel, or upon prescription if prescribed during the period of service onboard. The Master if on prescribed drugs must declare this fact to the Company prior joining the vessel, or upon prescription if prescribed during the period of service onboard.
  1. In addition, the Company maintains a system based on breathalyzers and random testing by urine sample to monitor the effectiveness of this Policy.
    This policy is monitored onboard by the Master and office personnel visiting the ships. 

Security & Policy Declaration

                                It is Company’s policy to take all appropriate measures to prevent and/or deter unlawful acts against Company’s ships, which threaten the security of personnel or property onboard and to contribute in the security of the visited ports.

To successfully achieve the security objectives, a Ship Security Plan (SSP) has been developed for each Company ship based on individual Ship Security Assessments (SSAs). The Plan defines duties and responsibilities of all security related onboard personnel, security measures during various shipboard operations and activities depending on security level in force, emergency response actions and respective drills and exercises as well as procedures for audits, reviews and certification of the ship. The Plan is implemented and maintained onboard as defined in relevant procedures within the Plan. The development, implementation and maintenance of the Plan are in compliance with the provisions of SOLAS Chapter XI-2 and ISPS Code.

Furthermore, the Company has established Security department and has assigned Company Security Officers (CSOs) who have the overall responsibility for the security onboard Company’s ships as provided for by the ISPS Code and is responsible for the co-ordination of necessary security related activities.

In case that during any ship operation, a conflict arises between safety and security measures, safety prevails. The Master must exercise his overriding authority and take all appropriate measures to ensure that the safety of the crew, the ship, her cargo and the environment are not compromised and/or endangered.

Improvement of security skills and awareness through appropriate training of all involved office and shipboard personnel is a permanent Company’s objective. In addition, the Company provides to the Company Security Officer(s), to the Master/SSO all necessary support to fulfill their duties and responsibilities.

Company’s personnel both ashore and onboard are expected to comply with the above stated policy and security declaration.

Health, Safety and Environment Protection Policy

        It is the policy of DTM to provide healthy and safe working conditions, to promote safety and have pollution-free and environmentally safe operating practices.

The main objectives are:

  • Zero level of accident for Personnel, Machinery, Installation and Cargo
  • Zero tolerance to pollution of Air, Water and Sound
  • To promote a culture of loyal employees, working in a healthy environment with safety as a way of life.
  • To achieve these objectives DTM ensures the following:
  • The policy is understood, implemented and maintained at all levels in the organisation

                Every employee, supervisor, manager and director complies strictly with the policy, standards and instructions issued and always performs their duties with special attention to safe and healthy conditions combined with proper concern for the protection of the environment.

Emergency Response Policy

                  It is Company’s policy to ensure that the Company’s organisation can respond at any time to hazards, accidents and emergency situations involving the ships.The Company, in order to identify potential emergency situations and prepare itself for promptly and efficiently responding to such situations: Ensures that each ship is equipped with all necessary Life-Saving and Fire-Fighting appliances, security equipment and arrangements required by SOLAS / MARPOL/ Flag State.

Has developed and implements a Safety Drills Programme.

Has developed:

  •                A “Shore Emergency Response Plan” and a “Ship-Board Contingency Plan” providing instructions, guidelines and communication details for Emergency response purposes to both Shore Based personnel and Sea Going personnel.
  • “Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plans (SOPEP)” for each vessel, regarding onboard mobilisation in case of emergency outside U.S.A. waters.
  • Vessel Response Plans for each vessel regarding vessel response in case of     oil pollution, in U.S.A. waters.
  • Ensures that the above Emergency Plans developed are drilled and exercised.
  • The Master has the final and overriding authority and responsibility to make decisions in respect to safety and security of the ship, her crew and the environmental protection, regardless of any commercial considerations and to request the company’s assistance as may be necessary.
  • In case of an emergency, the Master must decide as a matter of urgency whether assistance, including salvage assistance, is needed or if the situation can be handled using the ship’s own resources.
  • The Master should take whatever action is possible to remedy the situation.  Once the Master has decided that assistance is necessary, he should act promptly to request it from any available source using the most expeditious means at his disposal and keep the officials advised of his actions.
  • Prior to commencing any salvage operation, the Master should seek to agree to a contract for assistance.  Lloyd’s standard form of Salvage Agreement, known as Lloyd’s Open Form (LOF 2000), is the form most usually offered and should be agreed upon to avoid any delays.

3-Targets-

                   The company anticipates that the continued upgrade and expansion of its tanker fleet will continue to be a key component of its strategy. By achieving its growth objectives, DTM can achieve high utilization rates and economies of scale. DTM’s goal is to become the preferred transporter of choice through first class service and by anticipating customer needs.

The company’s business strategy is to continue to emphasize the operational safety and quality maintenance for all of its vessels while complying with all current and proposed environmental regulations. DTM has identified expansion opportunities in new market segments, geographic areas and services to which the company’s competitive strengths are well suited through internal growth, joint ventures or acquisitions.

DTM recognizes that oil companies and other charterers will be looking for professionally managed and well capitalized companies as their preferred carrier of choice. In this respect, DTM is committed to providing quality transportation services to all of our customers and to maintaining and developing new long tern relationships with the major charterers of tankers.

4-Information Technology-

Ship Management Software

               DTM has developed cutting edge, in-house Ship Management and Communications Applications that allow the automatic input of data from ship to shore and the close monitoring of the maintenance and performance of each vessel. This data system is accessible to all departments, providing a variety of information including the following:       

  • Vessels’ daily position including speed, weather, etc.
  • Vessels’ daily monitoring of performance factors
  • Running hours / preventive programme for each vessel
  • Monitoring of inspections
  • Monitoring of wear-down of engine components and on-line limit computer system
  • Class items
  • Repairs
  • Management meeting minutes
  • Records of superintendent visits
  • Oil company inspection reports
  • Defects / deficiencies
  • Supply
  • Fuel consumption reports
  • Crew management application
  • Vessel photos database
  • CBT
  • Spare cases

            

Data entry is then complemented by the Dynacom branches (subsidiaries in Manila, etc.) There is full deployment of voice-over IP (VOIP) between the head office, branches and site offices. The company also has video conferencing capability for interviewing and debriefing office and crew, providing face-to-face contact.

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Head Office:

2 Chifley Square, Sydny New South Wales 2000, Australia.

Authorized Branch:

Office 05, Jalan Merdeka, Financial Park, Labuan, Wilayah Persekutuan Labuan, Malaysia, 87000

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