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Services » 1. Ship Agency (Tanker/LPG Carriers/Dry/Liner/Ro-Ro/Barge/Landing Craft/Fishing vessels):

 

Our activities for agency attendance to the ships can be summarized as follows:  

 

1. Obtaining agency appointment and confirming attendance to the agency aspects of the relevant vessel's call.

 

2. Notifying our branch office to mobilize and to make necessary scheduling and planning in advance.

 

3. Calculation of EPDA and its submission to Principal.

 

4. Making payment to local service providers and submitting the payment receipt to them to take initial steps for the vessel's smooth registration.

 

5. Establishing contact with Master and provide him with all necessary guidance and pre-arrival information.

 

6. Close contact with the Master to monitor the vessel's status and to collect the required ISPS forms and documents such as ISSC, SSO, P&I Certificate etc.

 

7. Passing all documents to our branch office for necessary processing.

 

8. Preparing the Registry Form, IMO Declaration Forms, Formal request for registration and inward/outward clearance of the vessel and submitting such a request to the offices of the Immigration, Customs, Port and Quarantine authorities by hand.

 

9. Referring to the financial department of the port authorities to obtain their formal approval for registration of the vessel.

 

10. Establishing contact with the Master to define the exact position of the vessel's tanks/holds.

 

11. Coordination with terminal/port authorities and give them notification about vessel's requirement at time of arrival.

 

12. Obtaining the port/terminal's readiness to accommodate the vessel.

 

13. Arranging for the cargo owners to announce their readiness for accommodation of the vessel to the port authorities and close follow-ups with the latter to arrange for the pilot to board the vessel at the earliest possible opportunity in order to take the vessel alongside in a smooth manner.

 

14. Making necessary coordination with the shippers’ surveyors to ensure their timely attendance upon the vessel's berthing.

 

15. Referring to the offices of various Guards/Immigration/Customs/Quarantine authorities and taking them to the vessel for inward clearance.

 

16. Assisting the Master throughout the vessel's voyage to/from the loading port in whatever direction necessary.

 

17. Keeping the Owners fully posted of all the vessel's movements and attending to all instructions.

 

18. Close contact and communication with shippers to seek instruction for issuance of documents particularly the B/L.

 

19. Monitoring the progress of the loading operation and reporting to the Principal.

 

20. Preparation of various documents by our branch office such as Statement of Facts, Mate' Receipt and Cargo Manifest.

 

21. Making arrangements with the Guards/Immigration/Customs/Quarantine authorities and hiring a tugboat to bring them to the vessel for outward clearance.

 

22. Very close liaison and follow-up with the Port Control and the Pilot and the tugboat service provider for smooth unberthing of the vessel (in case the vessel needs to return to berth after tanks conditioning for the main loading, to keep in constant contact with the vessel, terminal, pilot and the port authorities for the vessel's reberthing and loading operations).

 

23. Providing the documents to head office and reporting to Principal in a timely fashion.

 

24. Collection of the original documents from our branch office, sorting out and forwarding to Principal (if so required).

 

25. Referring to the offices of the port authorities and tugboat service providers to collect the invoices for the services rendered to the vessel and forwarding the same to Tehran Head Office.

 

26. Calculation of Customs surveillance and overtime charges, making payment to the account of Customs authorities and collecting the original Customs receipt.

 

27. Preparation of Final Disbursement Account and its submission to Principal for conclusion of the case.