New vessels require verification of outfitting spares and organization in vessel store rooms and inventory database. Existing vessels store room content is in varying states of accuracy. ESi provides knowledgeable marine engineers to complete the arduous task of auditing spares, organizing store rooms and perfecting the company database. Because of our background as marine engineers, we quickly and accurately identify and inventory all spare parts and associate parts in the database with the appropriate assets in the company’s inventory and maintenance system.
It is crucial to ensure engine maintenance is performed correctly while minimizing delays and cost overruns. ESi will coordination and define the scope of work together with the customer, focusing on the customer’s specific needs and requirements. We ensure continuous communication and support, including status reports on the progress of work, and regular on-site technical reviews.
ESi engineers approach examines the best fit of technology for the facility or vessel and the best operating practices, rather than determining if a particular product can be installed. We are independent of equipment manufacturers and make recommendations based on the unique needs of each facility or vessel and the available resources. Finding the most suitable equipment or system for a facility or vessel requires research and analysis to select the proper technologies suited for the application.
The costs of engine systems operation and maintenance are often large expenditures for organizations. We remain current with industry standards and instruct the best practices by utilizing technical tools that aid in minimizing costs while maximizing efficiency and ultimately contribute to improving the engine system’s operations.