Following earlier approval by the American Bureau of Shipping, Control Union Industrial Inspections was recently audited and approved by both DNV
and Lloyds Register
for Commissioning Testing of Ballast Water Management Systems in accordance with the latest updates of BWM.2/Circ.70/Rev.1
The Commissioning Testing services are performed by Control Union Industrial Inspections, and form part of a full scope of services offered to the maritime industry by Petersons’ Vessel Performance Centre (VPC). Paul Jacob Bins, managing director of the VPC comments: “This further confirms our position as one of the leading service suppliers regarding ballast water management systems and in general to the maritime industry. With a wide scope of services, we are becoming a one stop shop for our global maritime clients. Moreover, through our unique process and preparation of each project, we achieve a project success rate of 95% for completing our compliant sampling service on the agreed date. Avoiding unnecessary delays or failures, has been included into our processes”.
Koen Backer van Ommeren, director at Control Union Industrial Inspections, further adds: “By having our commissioning testing activities approved by these leading classification societies, we build on years of experience with various approval programs to perform specialist inspection and testing services on board of vessels and offshore locations”.
Vessel Performance Centre offers a wide variety of services to the worlds naval shipping industry, ranging from VGP 2013 Sampling to vessel performance solutions based on our IT applications Digital Twin, as well as carbon foot printing and emission calculations.
Control Union Industrial Inspections performs a wide scope of technical inspection and testing services to various industries, such as offshore energy, maritime and food and feed processing.