Posted by on Dec 7, 2012 | Comments Off


Top management needs covered for System GESFLOT in Planning and operating a fleet of vessels:

of Maintenance

  1. Registration and management of preventive maintenance of ships (Maintenance standard and nonstandard)
  2. Identification of tasks, resources, workshops, labor units, tests, etc. for each standard maintenance activity, forming a Maintenance tab
  3. Registry and corrective maintenance management
  4. Alarm system with detection tasks to perform for hours of operation of the equipment or for a period
  5. Registration and monitoring of counters and hour meters readings. Technical database for performance analysis, fault detection prior, machine standstills, etc.
  6. Maintenance Schedule by equipment (Scheduled work orders / executed and situation)
  7. Work Order History classified by boat, equipment, cost centers, cost source, etc.
  8. Registration of documents and files related to the tasks / maintenance work (photos, manuals, technical reports)
  9. Control units of work and labor (forecast and actual) for every work order / maintenance activity
  10. Control of groundings. Grounding sheet, resource

Equipment and inventories

  1. Equipment and spare parts of a ship classified as hierarchical tree structure (Work Breakdown Structure type)
  2. Summary sheet with the technical details of equipment operation, manuals, lifetime, warranty situation
  3. Spare parts assigned to equipment. Registration and management of maintenance actions, incidents, maintenance plans, corrective actions, documents and certificates associated with an equipment.
  4. Managing labor demands for equipment and systems
  5. Inventory (value) stocks of equipment and spare parts on board or in stores
  6. Fuel and other consumptions inventory. Inventory of supplies aboard
  7. Reservations of materials / equipment in the warehouse for ship
  8. Material transfers


  1. Managing demands from ship to shore by type (for equipment, supplies, first aid kit, oil, parts, equipment)
  2. Management of work demands
  3. Préparation des commandes avec listes de maître par type (besoins d’achat automatisés)
  4. Detection of stocks with stock shortage with alarm system
  5. Buying authorizations from demands (The Inspector and / or the Chief Procurement selectively authorize amounts, assigns supplier and issued orders, by organization)
  6. Purchase authorizations acording to amounts previously budgeted
  7. Registration and tracking of orders for boat
  8. Receiving materials (supplies, equipment, spare parts) land in store or local store + ship. Registration slips
  9. Reserve materials for ship
  10. Outputs of the different materials stores. Re-allocation of materials for ship. Adjusting stocks


  1. Permits and certificates, medical history of the crew
  2. Certificates of the flag. System alarms and warnings for revocation
  3. Management of official documents for input / output port, notifications and several arrangements
  4. Incorporation of manuals, technical documentation, photos, etc. attached to equipment, or to maintenance actions, etc.
  5. Getting multiple user reports. maximum simplicity
  6. Budgetary control reports per trip / Tide prepared for each company