In addition to actual time personalised loss prevention recommendation, tailor-made to their location, and voyage profile TELP 2.0 now supplies members with focused Bunker Alerts, warning vessels headed for port of any gas high quality points which have been reported in the realm.
The Swedish Club has partnered with VPS to present this new service, which is freed from cost to members of The Swedish Club.
Peter Stålberg, Senior Technical Advisor, defined the advantages of the new service, “It’s actually all about following finest observe, and optimum loss prevention processes. A vessel heading for a port recognized to have gas high quality issues wants to be additional vigilant. Receiving advance warning of potential points with gas high quality actually places the highlight on the significance of excellent sampling routines. TELP is an clever system. We ship info solely when related and well timed to the vessel’s present voyage sample. This avoids the hazard of knowledge overkill and matched with the opposite personalised providers we’re in a position to ship to members throughout a voyage – info on harmful hotspots, correspondents’ updates on native points, and recommendation on COVID-19 restrictions – we’re actually seeing TELP coming into its personal as a significant drive in the drive to enhance loss prevention.”
Examples of poor gas high quality points that may be highlighted by the TELP Bunker Advice embody cat fines, chemical contamination (for instance polymers or corrosive chemical substances), excessive sodium ranges, water contamination and gas that’s of too excessive a density.
TELP is a wedding of the most recent AIS expertise with stable statistics and experience constructed up over years. The Swedish Club makes use of its capability to monitor each certainly one of its members’ vessels, matches this with its personal statistics and data, and supplies members and their vessels with well timed, tailor-made recommendation when they’re approaching areas of explicit threat.