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0812-701-5790 (Telkomsel) Marine Surveyor PT.Binaga Ocean Surveyor (BOS)

0812-701-5790 (Telkomsel) Marine Surveyor PT.Binaga Ocean Surveyor (BOS)
Marine Surveyor

Pre Loading Survey MV. PALAU

Pre Loading Survey MV. PALAU

In compliance with the instruction from P and I Club in Indonesia located at Jakarta acting on behalf of Combi Lift K/S as ship owner for this good ship MV. PALAU with reference to their email message dated December 06, 2013, our surveyors from Marine Surveyor Indonesia did attend at open yard of the shipper and continued on board the MV.“PALAU”, from January 06, up to January 09, 2014 whilst she was lying afloat and berthed with portside alongside the PT. McDermott Jetty, Batu Ampar, Batam, Indonesia in order to conduct a “ Pre Loading Survey”.
 
Pre Loading Survey MV. PALAU
Pre Loading Survey MV. PALAU
This Pre-Loading Survey to report covered the visual condition of the cargo at open yard PT. McDermott Indonesia and the visual condition of the cargo prior, during and after loading on board MV. “PALAU”.

Prior to loading, the nomination cargoes were stacked at open yard of PT. McDermott Indonesia premises, located at Batu Ampar , Batam – Indonesia was distance about 1 km from jetty/vessel side. The cargoes were not covered/protected from exposed weather, atmospheric rust and dust.  
Quantity of loaded cargo about 290 packages with cargo condition before loading were as follow;
-       Generally dust, wet (has experience contact with rain) and slightly scratched

-       Some of cargo were atmospheric rust on their outer surfaces

-       Some of cargo were spot chipped on their paint

-       Some support stanchion were rusted 

Some of cargo packages were loaded/stowed on deck, he cargoes were loaded on to the cargo holds from the truck trailers or cometto by using 2 (two) unit ship’s derrick crane of 450 tons SWL each. Loading on the vessel in smooth condition and no cargo damaged was reported during loading operation.


         VESSEL’S PARTICULARS

§  Name of the vessel                    : MV. PALAU

§  Voyage No.                              : V.22

§  Call Sign                                   : 9HA3090

§  IMO No                                   : 9501899

§  Class                                       : Germanischer Lloyd (GL)

§  Port of Registry                         : Valletta

§  Flag                                        : Malta

§  Type of Vessel                          : Multi-Purpose/Heavy Lift Cargo Ship

§  Gross / Net Tonnage                  : 11473 / 3834

§  Build / Builder                           : 2010 / Taizhou Kouan Shipyard, China

§  LOA                                        :  133.97 M.

§  Breadth Moulded                       :    23.00 M.

§  Depth Moulded                         :    11.40 M.

§  Hatches/Holds                          :  1 / 1

§  Capacity of cargo hold                :  9,984 m3 Bale

§  SWL of Derricks                        :  2 x 450 MT LIEBHERR Cranes (4-17m outreach)

§  Main Engine                              : 1 unit of MAN Diesel 1x6L48/60B, 7200kW at 500rpm

§  Owner                                     : PIT Pacific Investment & Trading Gmbh & Co. KG

§  Operator                                  : Combi Lift K/S

§  Charterer                                 : Subsea 7



         CARGO PARTICULARS

  • Cargo Manifest B/L No. BATHEN001

Description of Goods :

     290 Packages = 394.4 MT Gross Weight = 3,461.299 M3 of

-       Fabricated 8” MEG Spools

-       Test Fabrication Stand

-       Each TFS HCCS 30 is pre-rigged with

-       20” Container

§  Shipper                         :  PT. MCDERMOTT INDONESIA

                                         Jalan Bawal,Batu Ampar, Batam 29452

                                         PO BOX 02033

                                          Batam Centre       

§  Consignee                     : Chevron Australia Pty Ltd

                                        905 Hay Street

                                        Perth, WA, Australia 6000           

§  Notify Party                   : APC Logistics Pty Ltd

                                        PO BOX 217

                                        Welshpool, WA, 6986

§  Port of loading                         : Batu Ampar – Batam , Indonesia

§  Port of discharge                      : Henderson WA, Australia

§  Ocean Vessel                           : MV. PALAU

§  ETD Batam, Indonesia     : January 11, 2014 at 1700 hrs

§  ETA Henderson, Japan     : January 18, 2014 PM



         ATTENDING PARTIES

§  Capt. Oleg Momotenko     : Master of MV. PALAU

§  Mr. kukhtin Sergiy            : Chief Officer of MV. PALAU

§  Mr. Vasil Slavov               : Port Captain

§  Mr. Romali /Mr. Selamet   : Representative of PT. McDermott Indonesia

§  Mr. Sulistyono                 : Representative of Joy Shipping

§  Mr. Michael Ray/Azali/Rio

§  Mr. Gavin Bain/Ms. Shun Shu: Representative of Subsea 7

§  Mr. Gordon Fullerton/

§  Ms.Kelly Donnellan           : Representative of Chevron Australia

§  Mr.Sun Shangqing             : Surveyor of LOC Singapore on behalf of Chevron

§  Mr. Djoko Soesilo             : Surveyor of Lotas Perkasa on behalf of Subsea 7


 
Pre Loading Survey MV. PALAU
Pre Loading Survey MV. PALAU

§  The nominated cargoes were stacked at open yard of the shipper premises PT. McDermott at Batu Ampar, Batam, Indonesia and distance about 1KM from the jetty (vessel side). The stacked cargoes were found without covers so that were exposed to weather, dust and atmospheric rust.

§  Generally the cargoes were in various kinds packed in bare and looses packed and the cargoes of spools kit steel pipe were found have caps protectors at both end of the pipe, coated and provided with pre-slung while the internal condition was unknown.

§  Some of cargo was found wet due to loading during rain.

§  Some of cargoes were found spot chipped on their painting.

§  The cargo were stowed in the cargo hold in lengthwise position.

§  No cargo damaged during loading operation.

§  Some of the cargoes were found slightly scratched, spot rust, oil/grease spot and stain of spot dust at some places on the surfaces but apparently in good condition. 

Lifting Appliances

·         One (1) unit of shore crane of 450T, SWL completed with appliances at open yard

·         Some units of truck trailers to convey the cargo from open yard to jetty (vessel side)

·         Vessel crane of 450T, SWL, each

·         Sufficient wire sling of various size and SWL

·         Sufficient spreader bar

·         Sufficient shackles and sufficient hook

·         Sufficient webbing sling belts



Loading Process

·         The cargo at open yard were lifted and stowed on the truck trailer by using shore crane with appliances

·         Thereafter the cargo on the truck trailers were conveyed to the jetty at the vessel side

·         The cargo on the truck trailers were then loaded/lifted into the vessel cargo holds by using vessel crane with sufficient appliances

·         Loading of cargo was commenced on January 06, 2014/17.15 hours local time and completed loading on January 10, 2014 at 17.00 hours local time

·         The cargo were properly loaded and stowed on board the vessel

·         During lifting operation, no problems occurred on crane or in lifting appliances and the cargoes were loaded safely



         Stowage and Lashing/Securing of Loaded Cargo

§  The cargo on the truck trailers were properly stowed in lengthwise position and lashed/secured by using sling belts and or chain cable and shackles

§  All cargo were loaded and stowed on board the vessel cargo hold No. 1 (lower hold and twin deck space) and on deck.

§  Loading of the cargo and lashing/securing of the loaded cargo were carried out by vessel crew and PTMI member’s under port captain and surveyor supervision.

§  Prior to loading, the tank top plates of the vessel cargo holds were applied with sufficient wood dunnage also between the cargo and vessel’s structures in holds.

§  The wooden chocking was applied between the loaded cargo by means of broken/void spaces.

§  Each Bay of loaded cargo was lashed/secured with wire lashing at some points and sea fastened while the loaded cargoes on deck were properly lashed/secured.

Our Scope of Service
Marine Surveyor & Inspection Services, Bunker Survey, On Hire Survey, Off Hire Survey, Condition Survey, Stuffing Survey, Loading Survey, Damaged Survey, Discharging Survey, P&I Survey, Towing & Lashing Survey, On Hire ROB and Condition Survey, Towing Approval Survey, Free Gas Survey, the vanning survey report, towing approval survey and much more
 

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PT. Binaga Ocean Surveyor
Kabil Industrial Estate
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