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LOGISTICS TRAINING PROGRAMS

Sea Freight Operations Course

SEA OPERATIONS

Duration: 48 hours

Location: HCMC

SEA OPERATIONS

Duration: 48 hours

Location: HCMC

LEARNING OUTCOMES

 LEARNING OUTCOMES

Perceive importance of sea transport in International Trade; identify kinds of commodity/cargo; generate marine transport geography; distinguish means of Sea Transportation; understand marine transport operations; documentation and cost.

Recognize types of marine container and transport infrastructure; understand service operations in container (Load type; Loading sequence; container checking); documentation and administration 

Perceive Sea Transport Insurance in general with references to Vietnam Market and perceive risks in sea transport which lead to certain loss and damage to related parties. Understand the role and functions of Insurance for cargo and vessel regarding to certain terms and trading conditions. Apply basic insurance in purchasing and claiming procedure.

PROGRAM CONTENT

 PROGRAM CONTENT

PART 1: SEA TRANSPORT

Chapter 1: Sea Transport and International Trade

 1.1 Role of Sea Transport in International Trade

 1.2 Applying Incoterms in Sea Transport 

Chapter 2: Major Cargo Transported by Sea

 2.1. Containerized Cargo

– General Transport Characteristics

– Handling and securing requirement

– Handling tools

  2.2. Liquid Bulk

– General Transport Characteristics

– Handling and securing requirement

– Handling tools

  2.3. Dry Bulk

– General Transport Characteristics

– Handling and securing requirement

– Handling tools

  2.4. Breakbulk

– General Transport Characteristics

– Handling and securing requirement

– Handling tools

  2.5. Ro-Ro

– General Transport Characteristics

– Handling and securing requirement

– Handling tools

 2.6. Hazardous

– General Transport Characteristics

– Handling and securing requirement

– Handling tools

– IMDG code 

Maritime Geography

Chapter 3: Marine Transport Geography

 3.1. The Geography of Transport Systems 

 3.2. Major maritime route

Chapter 4: Means of Sea Transport

 4.1. Means of transport classification

 4.2. Types of sea going vessel

– MPC

– Bulk carrier

– Roro/Lash

– Tanker

– Container/ConRo/ConDock…

Chapter 5: Marine Transport Operation 1: Liner Service

 5.1. Development of Liner Service 

 5.2. Types of Liner Service

– Pendulum

– Round the world service routes 

– End to End Routing

 5.3. Liner Shipping Company & Liner Agent

 5.4. Liner Operations

– Terms of Cargo Handling

– The procedure of Liner Booking

– Surcharge/Local Charge

– Closing Time (Container Yard Cutoff)

Chapter 6: Marine Transport Operation 2: Tramp

 6.1. Introduction to three types of Chartering

– Tramp (Voyage Charter)

– Time Charter

– Bare Boat (Demise Charter)

 6.2. Development of Tramp Chartering

 6.3. Related parties: 

– Ship owner/ Carrier

– Charterer

– Broker 

– Tramp operation 

– Terms of Cargo Handling: FIO, FILO/LIFO, FIOs, LILO

 6.4. Procedure

 6.5. Tramp freight 

 6.6. Voyage Chartering (including…)

 6.7. Charter party (GENCON, Fixture note)

 6.8. Loading, un-loading (D1/2D) (Laytime calculation, timesheet) 5 M2-1

Chapter 7: Cost and Documentation

 7.1. Cost:

– Cost based on vessel value
– Salary and salary-based items
– Fuel and fresh water
– Charges and fees at port
– Other fees

 7.2. Documentations:

– The Rules of International Carriage of Goods & International Organization
– Bill of Lading (1): Types of B/L

o Function of B/L and Seaway Bill
o Different between B/L and Seaway Bill

– Bill of Lading (2): Contents of B/L 3 M2-1

PART 2: MARITIME CONTAINER

Chapter 1: Introduction to Containerization

• 1.1. What is containerization? 

• 1.2. The history of containerization 

• 1.3. Container language

Chapter 2: Container Structure and Specification

• 2.1. Dimensions of container 

Main container sizes: 20, 40, 40H, 45

• 2.2. Identification Codes of Containers (Container leasing and owner code)

• 2.3. Operational specification; CSC plate

• 2.4. Types of Container (and most common used)

Chapter 3: Infrastructure & Facilities

• 3.1. The importance of container terminal
• 3.2. Marine Transport Infrastructure

– Ports, Terminal, ICD, Hub
– Container terminal facilities
– Vessel (Feeder/mother vessel,…)

Chapter 4: Container Stuffing & Unstuffing (Loading Type)

• 4.1. Introduction to CTU Code 

• 4.2. Overview of container stuffing

• 4.3. Loading types (CFS/CFS, CFS/CY, CY/CY, CY/CFS)

• 4.4.  Container stuffing problems

• 4.5.  Stuffing Procedures: Stuffing, Stowage, Securing, Unstuffing

Chapter 5: Marine Transport Operation 1: Liner Service

 5.1. Development of Liner Service 

 5.2. Types of Liner Service

– Pendulum

– Round the world service routes 

– End to End Routing

 5.3. Liner Shipping Company & Liner Agent

 5.4. Liner Operations

– Terms of Cargo Handling

– The procedure of Liner Booking

– Surcharge/Local Charge

– Closing Time (Container Yard Cutoff)

Chapter 6: Pricing and Quotation

 6.1. Pricing

 6.2. Quotation

 6.3. Service Contract

Chapter 7: Container Physical Flow and Documentation

 7.1. Container physical flow

– Pick-up place

– Drop-off place

– Laden container

 7.2. Container transport document 

PART 3: TRANSPORT INSURANCE

Chapter 1: Introduction to Insurance, STC

• 1.1. Introduction to insurance 

• 1.2. Insurance classification

– Object

– Liabilities

• 1.3. Insurance rules

• 1.4. Role of insurance

• 1.5. Insurance market in Vietnam

• 1.6. Insurance policy and Certificate of Insurance

Chapter 2: Risks in Logistics 

• 2.1. Risks in Logistics services

• 2.2. Marine Risk Concept

• 2.3. Risk classification

– Insurable risk

– Extra risk

– Excluded risk 

Chapter 3: Loss and Damage in Sea Transport

• 3.1. Loss and Damage Concept 

• 3.2. Loss and Damage classification

– Level of Loss and Damage

– Relations

• 3.3. Cargo transported by Sea 

• 3.4. The necessity for marine cargo insurance

• 3.5. Institute cargo clauses – Transit clauses 

• 3.6. Hull Insurance

– Insurable risk

– Excluded risk

– Premium

– Payment & Refund

– Kind of hull insurance 

– Indemnity in a collision accident

• 3.7. P&I insurance

– The ship owner’s liability

– Insurance for ship owner’s liability

Chapter 4: Loss and Damage in Transport 

• 4.1. Cargo Transported by Air

• 4.2. Cargo Transported by other modes 

Chapter 5: Procuring Insurance: 

• 5.1. The procedure for buying insurance 

• 5.2. The obligation of insured in case of loss 

• 5.3. Survey 

• 5.4. Payment & Refund

Chapter 6: Claiming & Indemnity Insurance

• 6.1. Claim documents 

• 6.2. Indemnity 

 

TRAINERS & MENTORS

 TRAINERS & MENTORS

TRAINERS

Ms. Tran Thi Truc Lan

22 years of experience

– Chief Agent, Konoike Rep. Office (Japanese)

– Project Manager, GOL

Mr. Truong Tan Loc

19 years of experience

– Deputy Director, Saigon Newport Corp

– Managing Director, Tan Cang STC

Ms. Luong Thi Hoa

13 years of experience

– Sales Manager, GKDK Trading Import-Export

Ms. Tran Thi Truc Lan

22 years of experience

Mr. Truong Tan Loc

19 years of experience

Ms. Luong Thi Hoa

13 years of experience

– Chief Agent, Konoike Rep. Office (Japanese)

– Project Manager, GOL

– Deputy Director, Saigon Newport Corp

– Managing Director, Tan Cang STC

– Sales Manager, GKDK Trading Import-Export

MENTORS

Mr. Vo Phuoc Huy

Coporate Account Manager, Expeditor

Mr. Nguyen H. Phuong Nam

Customer Logistics Manager, FrieslandCampina

Mr. Le Hong Minh

Overseas Sales Manager, GSA

Mr. Nguyen Xuan Hieu

Regional Network Design & Planning, BOSCH

Ms. Do Thi Sang

DRP & MRP Planning Executive, Heineken

PROGRAM INFORMATION

 PROGRAM INFORMATION

Training schedule: Every Monday – Wednesday – Friday from 6PM to 9PM.

Certification: Certificate of completion of the course “Sea Freight Operations” issued by VILAS.

* Participants may continue to study the remaining four modules of the VILAS Diploma in Logistics Services Management to obtain VILAS Diploma and FIATA certification – the standard of a Professional International Freight Forwarding of the Federation of Freight Forwarders International Transportation FIATA (www.fiata.com), valued Internationally and indefinitely.

 

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