ClassNK’s “PrimeShip-PSC Intelligence” software
(Posted on 28/09/18)
ClassNK has released the “PrimeShip-PSC Intelligence” to assist the improvement of PSC performance of shipping companies, provided free of charge.
Based on the database of PSC reports inputted by ship managers, shipowners, and ClassNK, the software enables users to comprehend trends of the PSC findings pointed out by each country or port, and output the tailor-made checklist in line with the trends. Furthermore, the software also provides the various functions which assist improving the ship management system of respective shipping companies as well as PSC performance, such as a function to grasp trends of the deficiencies that PSC have pointed out on managing fleet.
Further details of the software and how to use are available at ClassNK website: URL: http://www.classnk.or.jp/hp/en/activities/portal/psc-intelligence.html
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