Your time is important. With "My fleet" you will save a lot of time. You will always know where your vessels are, which vessels are open and when they are open.
Each colleague will be assigned a list of the vessels under their responsibility. You can easily use filters to find out which colleagues have the responsibility to fix, operate or manage which vessels. Start by inviting your colleagues into your team, so you can assign vessels to each of them.
You can quickly do voyage pre-calculations on your fleet of vessels and compare the TCE results between the vessels in your fleet.
You can find your company’s fleet on the map, and you can filter to find the vessels you are responsible for. In the voyage calculation workspace, you will find the vessels you are responsible for in a separate view.
There can be many reasons to create specific lists of vessels. One might be because you have some favourite vessels you want to follow. Another reason might be to always have a quick overview of your competition.
You can attached notes and documents on any lists of vessels or on each vessel in your list, so you and your colleagues can share your knowledge and experience.
Here are some examples of why you should create vessel lists:
Use position lists to check which vessels you are competing against or which vessels are able to reach a specific port within specific dates (Laycans) to lift your cargo.
Hover over the list, and find the vessels' position on the map and find their estimated time of arrival (ETA) to the selected port.
Clean the list by using information supported by the brokers, your competence, your network and knowhow and hide vessels you find not interesting.
Add a note/comment on the vessel like: “The vessel is fixed to Shell for on TC, will be open in Rotterdam end Oct” to better remember and understand why the vessel was not interesting for you.
You can search for ports and create a list of ports matching your search criteria, for example "Tanker ports in AG”, or "Iron ore ports in India". You can attached notes and documents on any lists of ports or on each port in your list, so you and your colleagues can share your knowledge and experience. You can create as many lists of vessels or ports as you like.
Open the menu on the right and select your fleet and the vessels will be listed and marked in your map with a circle. If you hover over the vessel listed or the icons in the map, you will find some information on the vessels.
Use “My fleet” to organize your team/colleagues. Create lists of vessels and ports that you frequently work with. Create position lists to find vessels for your cargoes or which vessels you compete with.
Study the voyage history of vessels and the vessel activity in ports. Add information while working the vessel or cargo in the market and it will be quick and easy to find the information later.
You can also run voyage calculations from your team's fleet, for vessels in a position lists or from any list of vessels you create. The voyage calculations are done i second 😉
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