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.