CharterWorks - Voyage Management System for your Operations Team
A good voyage management in operations ensures that a cargo really pays off. The Voyage Management System from CharterWorks with its diverse functions is the perfect support for your operations department.
With CharterWorks, your team always has a precise overview of planned and actual costs. In doing so, they seamlessly use the previously calculated voyages of the chartering team. Thanks to the common database and a modern and clearly structured user interface, communication between chartering and operations is much easier.
Charter.Works Voyage Management - for better results
After the voyage estimation and its successful completion, the voyage management begins. The CharterWorks Voyage Management supports you in the implementation and control of your voyage.
How can you ensure that the interaction between chartering and operations works seamlessly? We have given a lot of thought to this, because the situation changes every day, especially with project cargo and parceling. Be it bad weather or an extra cargo on the way - CharterWorks Voyage Management ensures that you remain flexible. At the same time, the system ensures a good overview of information and better communication within the team. And the faster you recognize deviations from planned costs and times, the faster you can take countermeasures. For more security.
- Data transfer
With a click of the mouse, you can transfer all stored data from the voyage estimation, from the ship database and the previous correspondence into the voyage management system.
- Voyage Summary
The practical overview compares your estimated costs with the current ones. A table shows the exact difference between the two values.
The travel dates are taken from the voyage estimation. If there are deviations, you can simply adjust the dates.
Keep an eye on the fuel consumption and costs for the bunker using the overview that compares the actual with the estimated values.
- Port costs
Enter the current port costs, compare them with the estimated values, and recognize deviations.
- Cargo management
You are always informed about the status of the cargo and can compare it with the previously estimated amount of cargo.