Anglo-Eastern Technical Services (AETS) offers “off-line” services either in support of our vessels in management or on a stand-alone basis. Liaising closely with the relevant parties for mob/demob planning, concept project verification and execution, AETS ensures that what is planned is achievable based on sound engineering principles, regulatory requirements, timelines and budgets.
AETS employs a dedicated team of naval architects, marine engineers, electrical engineers and superintendents. The team can be augmented on the basis of specialist expertise or additional personnel dependant on the project. Our services include:
These address an operational or commercial requirement from a technical point of view. The vast majority of conceptual studies revolve around expanding the scope of the vessel utilisation by making changes to the construction, layout or equipment onboard. The study includes details on potential costs and time out of service, required to deliver the sought after upgrades.
We have a wide range of personnel available to provide support during vessel docking. We can provide personnel to plan and execute the entire docking as a Project Manager / Superintendent. Alternatively, when a docking involves tasks that require specific expertise we are able to provide the appropriate personnel ranging from naval architects/hull superintendents for dockings that involve substantial steel renewal work to paint supervisors where hull / ballast tank / cargo hold coatings are to be upgraded.
We provide technical support during all stages of a new building project. We can assist with drafting the requirements, creating a brief outline specification and assessing the individual bids in terms of technical merit. By comparing all offers, we work together with our Clients to help select the best fit for the project in terms of both design and construction elements.
There are two specific areas where we offer technical support and guidance:
·Review of the Contract Specification from the builder.
·Review of the technical documentation referred to in the Contract Specification from the builder.
The review will ensure that all Client requirements have been sufficiently incorporated and that the documentation is consistent.
Plan approval ensures that the requirements of the Contract Specification are reflected in the detailed design of the vessel. The needs of the shipyard in terms of efficiently building the vessel are balanced against the Owner and their bespoke specifications together with the requirements of Class and Flag.
Site supervision is provided to ensure the specified Owner requirements and subsequent detail drawings are followed during the construction of the vessel. The format of the site team can be tailored to suit individual projects both in terms of numbers and roles.
Support during sea trials is included as part of a newbuilding supervision project but we can also provide the same type of support as a standalone service. Contractual performance will be assessed along with final commissioning of any equipment that could not be safely verified alongside.
The pre-purchase inspection would encompass a review of all pertinent documentation and a physical assessment of the vessel. Class records and recent condition reports would be reviewed to assess the history of the vessel and provide an insight to any areas of concern.
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