Historically to coincide these two worlds , engineering and marine logistic, has not been an easy task, actually some marine old rules still are not well understood by engineering companies. Frequently, the natural transition for an engineering company to become a EPC has been a painful process when meet with the marine world.
To combine the engineering, a world of accuracy and planning, with the marine world, full of imprecisions, shadows areas and permanent delays has caused in no infrequently occasions serious delays, problems in the execution of the projects and of course economic penalties.
Over many years of experience acquired in international engineering projects, we have verified how the same errors have invariable been repeated wherever the marine phase become relevant. We have witnessed in many occasions how the relationships between freight forwarders and engineering companies went into crisis, when the shadow areas of the marine contract appear, usually bringing a negative economic impact and time delay of the project.
To remedy this, we have seen how the logistics departments have grown year after year without a translation in project costs. In our view, there is currently a homogenization of the logistics process that is not adapted to the philosophy, size, capabilities and personality of each engineering.In our view, there is currently a homogenization of the logistics process that is not adapted to the philosophy, size, capabilities and personality of each engineering.
For all of the above, Ingemar accompanies to the engineering companies throughout the logistics design, planning, contractual development and execution of the project, with the aim of obtaining a clear operational improvement and adjusting of the maritime phase to the general project budge