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Chartering Manager


Enabling the transition of goods by chartering vessels


Vessel Tracking, Vessel Ownership, Vessel Characteristics, Commodity Flows, Cargo Data, PSC Data, Port Data, Historical Data, Sanctions Data, Compliance Data


The energy industry involves the production, distribution, and consumption of various forms of energy, including fossil fuels, nuclear power, renewable energy sources, and electricity. It is a critical component of modern society, providing the power necessary to drive economic growth, transportation, and daily life activities.

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As a Chartering Manager, the workflow typically involves several tasks and responsibilities. Here's a general overview of what a typical day might look like:

· Identifying the requirements: The vessel chartering manager would first identify the transportation requirements of the company, such as the types of cargo, the quantities, and the destinations. They would also determine the timelines and any specific conditions that the vessels must meet, such as size, speed, and cargo-handling capabilities.

· Identifying potential vessels: Based on the requirements, the chartering manager would then identify potential vessels that can meet the company's needs. They would search through databases, contact shipping agents and brokers, and negotiate with vessel owners to find the most suitable options.

· Negotiating and finalising contracts: Once suitable vessels are identified, the chartering manager would then negotiate and finalise the chartering contracts with the vessel owners. This would involve negotiating the rates, the terms of the charter, and any specific conditions that need to be met.

· Coordinating with other departments: The chartering manager would also need to coordinate with other departments within the company, such as logistics, operations, and finance, to ensure that the vessels are scheduled and utilised efficiently.

· Monitoring vessel performance: During the charter period, the chartering manager would monitor the performance of the vessels to ensure that they are meeting the requirements and any specific conditions of the contract. They would also manage any issues or disputes that may arise during the charter period.

· Managing documentation and invoicing: The chartering manager would also be responsible for managing the documentation and invoicing for the chartering contracts. This would involve ensuring that all necessary documents are in order, such as bills of lading, cargo manifests, and certificates of insurance, and that invoices are issued and processed correctly.

· Analysing and optimising operations: Finally, the chartering manager would analyse the operations and performance of the vessels and use this data to optimise future chartering activities. They would identify areas for improvement, such as cost savings, operational efficiencies, and risk management, and make recommendations to senior management.

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Energy - Chartering Manager

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