Optimizing Supply Chains by Streamlining Port State Control
Our industry-leading data management capabilities are empowering vessels, shipowners, charterers and others to reduce port call times and optimize supply chains by streamlining Port State Control (PSC) compliance.
PSC is fundamental for the safe operation of the maritime, shipping and logistics sector. However, surfacing and submitting the data points required for this review of seaworthiness is a laborious, manual process for most vessels. The situation is complicated by a lack of standardization.
The net result for vessels, shipowners, charterers and others is a significant operational overhead and inefficiency. We are helping industry participants overcome these challenges, so they can optimize port calls and supply chains.
This article was published by S&P Global Market Intelligence and not by S&P Global Ratings, which is a separately managed division of S&P Global.
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