Charters & Claims Management
Renting a ship is known as chartering, whereby a shipowner hires out the use of their vessel to a charterer. The corresponding
charter party regulates all the details, making sure that the ship is earning money for the owners.
CODie's Operations Module manages all charter parties of a shipping company, related ship schedules, and possible claims.
Impressions taken from our Operations & Charters Module
Charters overviewGet an overview on your charters and their particulars.
ETA ListGet a list of the ports your ships are calling. Data are either entered by crew in mmc, or come through automated interfaces from 3rd-party systems.
Fleet PositionsDisplay the route and position of your ships through dedicated Interface to 3rd party system (here: FleetTracker).
Crew ListsHave your Crew List available for any given time frame, including planned crew, onsigners and offsigners. Data can come from the internal mmc crewing modules, of from 3rd-party crew managers (here: Marlow Navigation).
Charter performance and incidentsReview what happened within a certain charter - with all reports on the voyage, possible incidents,(e.g. stevedore damages), ISM related findings, and/or off-hire times.
Main features of CODie's Operations & Charters Module
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our Operations Module:
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