• Address: C805, Lodha Belair , Patel state ,S.V. Road, Jogeshwari west Mumbai. 400102
  • Email: info@navistixmarine.com
  • Timing: Mon - Fri 09:00am - 07:00pm
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Supercargo Services

There are many products that can be handled by Chemical Parcel Tankers, but these require special handling or rather, more careful handling.

We have the necessary expertise and in-depth knowledge required to carry out the advice and training necessary, prior to loading of such products as well as during carriage.

Following discharge, expert cleaning advice and procedures can be given by us to the ship’s crew.

These “Special Products”, when carried, are quite often lucrative revenue builders and it is imperative that they are handled safely. We can assist with our in-depth advice and training for all role-players concerned.

Such products include:

  • Propylene Oxide
  • Hexene
  • Isocyanates MDI/TDI/PAPI/HOP
  • HMD
  • Clay slurry
  • Phenol
  • Phosphoric acid
  • Benzenes ( enes )
  • Natural Latex
  • Sulphuric Acid
  • Crude Tall Oil
  • Molasses
  • Allyl Alcohol
  • Calcium Bromide
  • 2 Ethylhexyl Nitrate
  • Acrylic Acid
  • Hydrocracker Bottoms
  • Carbon Black

Remote Supercargo Services

Remote- tank cleaning service is revolutionary and unique to our organization in improving results; while controlling costs. Remote-cleaning is carried out through distant monitoring, utilizing today’s high tech communication and tank test systems on-board. This service engages the supercargo as an advisor throughout all stages of the tank cleaning management process.

Planning- the supercargo engages the ship and shore side management in correct selection of tank cleaning equipment; tank cleaning chemicals; and drawing up a detailed tank cleaning plan. This is done well before discharge takes place.

Organizing– the supercargo will liaise with the operator and master to get the deck; crew, tank cleaning plant and machinery organized for optimum cleaning operations. A Gantt graph showing the tank cleaning timeline will be drawn up for the ship to use.

Leadership– Liaising with the master and manager/operator: advising them during the implementation phase of the cleaning.

Control– Monitoring and interpreting tank cleaning results: this is done through digital photography and use of spectrophotometry (both in visible and UV ranges); and so, ensuring the ship passes load port surveys, both visual and wall wash. Use of graphing techniques will allow for the cleaning to be analysed, and ships performance evaluated.