Due to the dynamic location of vessels, particularly those involved in Maritime transport, the physical transfer of fuel (Bunkering) often takes place thousands of miles from each party’s contracting offices. As such, neither the buyer or seller is usually present to witness the physical transfer and procedures involved, thus any quantity or procedural dispute is often futile and inconclusive. When such disputes arise, they can create unnecessary protests, legal fees, demurrage, loss of management time, and loss of good will for all stakeholders. A BQS performed by an impartial party can alleviate many of the stressors involved in the purchase and sale of bunker fuel, and ensure both parties are treated fairly from a financial standpoint .
Recognized by :This Training Program is recognised by UK Register of learning Providers
Start Date: upon completion of your enrollment and payment process
Where: Delivered online with experienced education departement and the support of leading industry experts
Duration: 12 months
Qualification of the Program : On successful completion of the course, you will be rewarded with an International Maritime Academy Professional Advanced Diploma under the area of expertise” Expert in Bunker Quantity Survey”