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New Ocean Ship Management Pte Ltd ( Installation example J-Marine NeCST )
Be a safe & seafarers-friendly ship On KIRANA NAWA under New Ocean Shipmanagement Pte Ltd

New Ocean Ship Management Pte Ltd ( Installation example J-Marine NeCST )

Be a safe & seafarers-friendly ship

On KIRANA NAWA under New Ocean Shipmanagement Pte Ltd

Introduction of Implementation Customer

Company Name
New Ocean Shipmanagement Pte Ltd
Location of Main Office
491B River Valley Road #18-01 Valley Point Singapore 248373
Vessel Name
KIRANA NAWA(built at Naikai Zosen, Hull No. 800)
Items of Business
Technical management, Operation management, Crewing services and Newbuilding Supervision
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Overview

JRC new product J-Marine NeCST was installed onboard Kirana Nawa (Product Tanker, 13,200GT) under the management of New Ocean Shipmanagement. Other vessels under their management will install the system.

J-Marine NeCST

Before installation

To strive for Zero Pollution and Zero Incident, our captains and Officers are engaged for the duties of ship's navigation with highest attention. Officers onboard have wide variety of duties/tasks, not only watchkeeping at bridge but also complying PSC*1 inspection procedure, SIRE Programme*2 and/or CDI Ship Inspection Report*3, especially required for product and chemical tankers. In addition, they need to spend a lot of time for tank cleaning*4.

We aim to reduce their workloads and provide environment which it enables officers of the watch to focus on safer navigation. We believes J-Marine NeCST assists to achieve the aim.
Especially, it is expected that it enables J-Marine NeCST to streamline bridge works. Our goal is to be seafarers-friendly ship.

*1 PSC:Port State Control
PSC is the exercise of the right of a port State, when granting permission to a foreign flagged ship to enter a port of the port State, to inspect the vessel to ensure that it meets international safety, pollution and other requirements.Various international standards and conventions, such as the SOLAS Convention, MARPOL Convention, and the International Load Line Convention, have been enacted in order to promote the safety of life and property at sea and to protect the marine environment with respect to oceangoing ships. (excerpt from “ClassNK homepage”)
*2 Sire:Ship Inspection Report
One of the most significant safety initiatives introduced by OCIMF (Oil Companies International Marine Forum). This is a unique tanker risk assessment tool of value to charterers, ship operators, terminal operators and government bodies concerned with ship safety. (excerpt from “OCIMF homepage”)
*3 CDI:Chemical Distribution Institute
Developed for Safety and Quality Assessment System for the Management of Ship Operations and applied & implemented across the world fleet of Chemical and LPG tankers globally. (excerpt from “SHIP INSPECTION REPORT CHEMICAL TANKER 8th Edition 2015)
*4 Product tankers and chemical tankers transport wider range of cargoes such as refined petroleum products like gasoline, industrial chemicals and palm oil. Each cargo tank is required to clean more quickly between one cargo and another, and officers are engaged for the works.

Expectations for installation

Comments from Captain/officers

Bridge works are being changed/progressed by new technologies. It is very good not to keep paper charts onboard and very convenient to plan routes by finger or stylus pen on large display.

We worry a lot about incident. We are paying high attention to strive safe navigation, e.g. collision, especially with non AIS-equipped small and fishing vessels, compliance with several regulations and avoidance of human errors by several bridge works. I expect J-Marine NeCST assist us to improve bridge works, reduce human errors and spend more times for situation awareness by look-out and monitoring related navigational information and surrounding vessels on RADARs.

After installation

Passage Plan Briefing/Debriefing on J-Marine NeCST

J-Marine NeCST and ECDIS installed in the bridge

J-Marine NeCST and ECDIS installed in the bridge.

Passage Plan Briefing/Debriefing on ECDIS (at limited space)

Passage Plan Briefing/Debriefing on J-Marine NeCST at wide enough space for captain and all officers.
Network/link with ECDISs enable captains and officers to make bridge works more simply, efficiently and effectively.

Implementation Product System

Product Name: J-Marine NeCST

J-Marine NeCST adapts 46inch touchpanel display and enables officers to create routes/navigation memo more easily/simply.
By connecting J-Marine Cloud service, it assists to optimize planned routes based on weather forecast.
Its large display allows ships to improve briefing/debriefing effectively/efficiently and assists safer navigation.
The safe and efficient routes can be shared with other vessels in your fleet via J-Marine Cloud and attribute to safer and more efficient ships' operation/management in your entire fleet.

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