S.A. MALLIAROUDAKIS MARITIME (UK) LTD.

Thursday, 25 February 2021

 Another milestone for SMM-eORB SW Part I: The Republic of Marshall Islands (RMI) Maritime Administrator (the “Administrator”) has reviewed and approved our MARPOL electronic record book system against the requirements and guidance for the use of electronic record books on board RMI flagged vessels.  


Learn More: https://smmnet.com/smartshop/en/tech-hsqe-dpt/7-electronic-oil-record-book-smm-eorb-software.html




Wednesday, 17 February 2021

Flag Administrations acceptance of SMM-eORB SW Part I

 The Cyprus, Singapore, Bahamas, Malta, Norway, Cayman Islands & Hong Kong Flag Administrations can accept officially our software solution since the DNV-GL falls within the Recognised Organisations (ROs) that have been authorised to approve electronic record books used on board their flag registered ships in accordance with resolution MEPC.312(74).


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Thursday, 28 January 2021

 How to correctly use loading programs?

In light of the recent North P&I Club recommendations on how the ship operators may reduce the problems using loading computers, we have gathered hereunder the most crucial prompts: 1. Standardise: Try to standardise the software in use across the fleet. If different vessels have different software, an officer moving within the fleet needs to re-familiarize themselves with the system on board that vessel. 2. Train: Those in charge of using the software should undergo appropriate training. 3. Check: Make sure that the crew are aware what they should always check; 4. Mentor: Junior officers are the Chief Mates of tomorrow! Actively encourage junior officers to learn how to use the system from those in charge of it. 5. Simulator: If you have a spare computer on board, add the software and allow juniors to upload conditions and practice. 6. Feedback: Set up a feedback communication line for the crew to report issues with the software, this will help improve its usability. Remember to act on this feedback from the crew to make sure they stay engaged in it.

Our Loading Software Solutions: https://smmnet.com/smartshop/en/search?controller=search&s=loading+program



Friday, 18 December 2020

 

On behalf of SMM Team, we would like to take this opportunity to cordially extend our most heartfelt wishes to you all and your families for staying happy and strong and all the best for the holly days, as we are looking with optimism towards year 2021, considering that 2020 is quite memorable for the unprecedented difficulties and still unknown impact on human wellbeing. We really hope the conditions in 2021 to get proved more favourable.




Monday, 30 November 2020

SMM-eORB - The 1st TA ERB SW Certified by DNV-GL

 

The first Type Approved electronic Oil Record Book Software by DNV-GL

 

WE MAKE YOUR BACK OFFICE WORK FASTER ... SMARTER... SAFER!!!

Milestone for SMM-eORB Software that consists of the first Electronic Record Book software that is getting Type Approval certificate from DNV-GL globally.

 

The use of electronic record books in lieu of paper record books has been scheduled to enter into force on 1st October 2020, as per MEPC 74.

S.A. MALLIAROUDAKIS MARITIME (UK) LTD. is ready to fully support your good Companies in entering the new Digital Era with confidence and determination. 

Our experience can, greatly, assist you in this task by harmonising the mindset of the Officers onboard your fine vessels with the applicable high Company's standards. 




Thursday, 15 October 2020

Windmill Blades (WMB) Loading on Bulkers' Deck/Hatches?

A HOT ISSUE THAT REQUIRES SPECIAL ATTENTION

Critical Aspects:
1. Does the Loading Manual include Loading Conditions with Cargo on Deck/Hatches?
2. Do the approved Operational Manuals or Drawings contain the maximum permissible load on deck and hatches?
3. Does the existing Loading Program support weight input for Cargo on deck and hatches?
4. Are the the lashing/securing arrangements in accordance with the approved cargo securing manual?
5. Are there sufficient dunnage or other arrangements for distributing the load across the hatch end beams and hatch cover transverses?
6. Is appropriate care taken for eliminating the possibility of local deflection/bending/stretching due to point load?
7. Is there are any estimation of dynamic load?

Learn More for ML Loading Program for WMBs loading:

https://smmnet.com/smartshop/ops-dpt/2-1-multiload-loading-program-for-bulk-carriers-pro.html#/25-design_of_vessels-lead_vessel






Thursday, 24 September 2020

Ship Cargo Loading & Unloading Operations - Software Based Theory & Practice - Online Course provided by Orion Training


Jointly Developed and Designed with S.A. MALLIAROUDAKIS MARITIME (UK) Ltd.

The course aims to provide attendees with the crucial theoretical knowledge involved in a ship’s loading and unloading operations, as well as with the practical, hands-on implementation of the subject, with the use of modern loading software. The loading software used is the MULTILOAD ® loading instrument.

Learn More: https://oriontraining.eu/checkout-page-3/#



Tuesday, 30 June 2020

Oil Record Book Software - Acceptability by Flag Administrations


Oil Record Book Software - Acceptability by Flag Administrations

We will make an attempt hereunder to address the appropriate informative material regarding the ‘Declaration of MARPOL Electronic record book’ by four (4) Major Flag Administrations:

LISCR & Marshall – Acceptance by Flag Administration
They have established their procedures for approving MARPOL ORBs and also require that testing be done to ensure functionality and compliance with MEPC Guidelines.

Acceptance by Singapore Flag Administration
Singapore administration can accept electronic Record Book as long as RO’s approval ships in accordance with resolution MEPC.312(74) is in place.

Acceptance by Bahamas Flag Administration
BMA administration can accept electronic Record Book as long as RO’s approval ships in accordance with resolution MEPC.312(74) is in place.

The use of electronic record books in lieu of paper record books has been scheduled to enter into force on 1st October 2020, as per MEPC 74.

As of now, PSC Authorities & USCG do not, universally, accept any official use of electronic Oil Record Book.

Check out our solution: https://smmnet.com/smartshop/tech-hsqe-dpt/7-oil-record-book-trainer-software.html


Friday, 29 May 2020

The SCF (Ship’s Construction File), which is an IMO requirement, includes copy of the structural strength calculations for the ships. These calcs including FEM and software might be deemed necessary in case of emergency.

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Monday, 13 April 2020

Heartfelt Wishes from SMM for a Happy (Virtual) Easter

Heartfelt Wishes from SMM for a Happy (Virtual) Easter
Covid-19 cannot destroy Easter Joy! From all of us at SMM we wish each and every one of you, your families and your loved ones Happy Easter, stay safe and remain in good spirits for the better days to come! In these challenging times, we would like to say a big thanks to our team and our customers for all the support and commitment. As a company, we feel confident that we will get through this together.


Thursday, 19 March 2020

INTERCARCO Associate Membership

On behalf of the whole SMM Team at S.A. MALLIAROUDAKIS MARITIME UK Ltd. and Mr. Spiros Malliaroudakis himself would like to sincerely express our special and sincere thanks to INTERCARGO for the warm welcome to our company’s Associate Membership.

We believe this Membership will support our continued efforts in the direction we have chosen to specialize in our industry. An industry that claims from every one of us, our heartfelt dedication and commitment to ensure long term survival and success!

We would, also, take this opportunity to wish you all and your families the best of health and the most successful victory against the coronavirus pandemic attack affecting every country of the world!



Monday, 23 September 2019

Fleet Statistics with environmental KPIs across your good vessels in SMM Oil Record Book Software

Learn More: https://www.smmnet.com/products.html#orb
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Contact us: https://www.smmnet.com/contact.html 


Friday, 13 September 2019

Overtime Calculator into SMM Crew Work Rest Hours Software

New Overtime Calculator Module into SMM Crew Work Rest Hours Software

New Features of Overtime Module: 

• Facility for defining Vessel’s Public Holidays that constitute OT work on a yearly basis;
• Facility for defining daily OT hours (for example work hours above 8 hours, work during Saturday or Sunday, etc.) on a weekly basis;
• Printing an extra column on the monthly CWRH Report, displaying the calculated OT hours of each day (This column is, also, included in the monthly excel sheet);
• Monthly summary printout with all crew members, their work and rest hours totals as well as their OT hours totals.

Web: https://www.smmnet.com/products.html#crew
ePrice: https://smmnet.com/smartshop/11-crew-rest-hours-software.html



Thursday, 29 August 2019

SMM eORB Software - MEPC 74 Acceptability of Electronic Record Books

The Committee in the recent MEPC 74 discussion seems to have approved guidelines on the acceptability of using electronic record books in terms of MARPOL Annex I and as such  the use of electronic record books in lieu of paper record books has been scheduled to enter into force until 1st October 2020.

In that respect you may check our most advanced solution to that effect: https://www.smmnet.com/products.html#orb


Friday, 23 August 2019

SMM Software Products - Data exchange Capabilities

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Wednesday, 17 July 2019

MAXIMISE LOADING OF STEEL PRODUCTS IN BULK CARRIERS


Our up to-date loading program will enhance the vessel’s capability while is fully approved by all IACS Class Societies by:



·         Maximize the allowable steel coils per cargo hold over and above the originally designed steel loading per cargo hold



·         Maximize the allowable combination of size of steel coils per row and tier per cargo hold that will also facilitate actual nonhomogeneous size of steel coils in the cargo holds



·         Maximise the steel products (steel plates, steel solid sections and pipes, slabs etc) per cargo hold that is not included in the operations manuals with: