Cruise Ship

Improving Efficiency

Safe and efficient operations lead to greater profitability and benefits for all.

Safe and efficient operations lead to greater profitability and benefits for all.  BMT aims for efficiency throughout all its services.

In port expansion, BMT can assess the following:

  • Existing and future vessel traffic capacity
  • Maritime logistics and planning
  • Dry side port operating logistics and procedures avoiding delays and stoppages
  • Transits and berthing/unberthing of new ships
  • Mooring arrangements
  • Loading and unloading arrangements and dockside capacity, including selection of the efficient cargo operation equipment and regime
  • New trades such as biomass, LNG etc
  • Reporting requirements
  • Asset utilisation and management
  • Energy usage and emissions
  • Berth and channel optimisation (including validation of dredging and channel widening requirements)
  • Security compliance with the requirements of the ISPS code
  • Port Master planning
  • Risk and Hazard management including web based software tools
  • Environmental management including underkeel clearance and berthing constrains
  • Selection of the most appropriate level of VTS
  • Compliance with local and international legislation.

In vessel/fleet management, BMT can assess the following:

  • Port access constraints for special purpose vessels
  • Passenger safety
  • Navigational safety
  • Hazardous operations such as LNG safety
  • Hazardous operations such as LNG transfer
  • Speed management, energy usage and emissions
  • Compliance with ISM requirements
  • Compliance with ISPS requirements including carriage of armed guards.

In new developments (port or shipping), BMT can assess the following:

  • Demand for the service - commercial due diligence
  • The operators ability to deliver the service - technical due diligence
  • The robustness of the overall development ot assure the viability of marine operations.