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The safe functionality and continued seaworthiness of vessels are predominant to shipowners and operators. From vessel upgrades and conversions to new building projects, it is vital to ensure the ships are well-engineered and in full compliance with relevant regulations for safety and environmental protection.Throughout their life cycle, vessels require equipment reviews, structural assessments, and on-board surveys to help them fulfil their operational achievements. CSS’s experienced personnel provide customized solutions for vessel assessment and compliance and can work as independent representatives on a client’s behalf.
We perform surveys and provide marine services on behalf of our principals under various countries including, St. Kitts & Nevis, Sierra Leone, Barbados, Tanzania etc Our association with various classification societies also enable us to arrange Plan approvals and statutory certifications under various Conventions and Codes under IMO.
IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC 76) held from 10 to 17 June 2021, adopted technical and operational measures to reduce carbon intensity of international shipping which shall take effect from 2023. The measures include the Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI), the enhanced Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) and the Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) rating scheme. This is in support to International Maritime Organization (IMO) ambitious de-carbonization plans for the shipping industry; the move aims to reduce vessels’ carbon emissions per transport work by at least 40% by 2030.
The EEXI is a carbon design/technical efficiency indicator which is applicable to most in-service vessels over 400 Gross Tonnes (GT) and operating internationally.
The CII is an in-service/operational efficiency indicator which measures a vessel’s carbon intensity over time and is applicable to vessels above 5000 GT.
Vessels that cannot demonstrate compliance to the EEXI and CII regulations by the vessel specific deadline may be unable to trade internationally. As a result Ship owners and managers must prepare for EEXI and CII requirements in advance, taking time to assess and improve their vessels as needed. This is crucial to ensuring that vessels are ready for January 1, 2023, in order to earn the proper certificates to allow them to continue sailing and trading internationally.
CSS in association with various technological partners aims at bringing a wide range of solutions to ship-owners and operators to assist them in attaining the compliance. The services provided range from
Managing marine projects is a key service offering at CSS. We have extensive experience establishing project teams to manage marine newbuild projects and vessel modification projects. We have a dedicated Project Management Services division that are deployed across the globe to deliver quality results on some of the most challenging marine projects.
We provide professional services for many other sectors of the marine community. Including,
Our team of project managers, naval architects, marine engineers, mechanical engineers and technical specialists can handle every aspect of developing and executing any type of marine construction project. Our team executes projects by using defined processes and technologies to help our clients achieve their specific project goals. We deliver projects on time and within budget through collaborative leadership and effective risk management. From insight to execution, we collaborate with our clients to ensure that their project results not only meet but exceed their expectations.