Combination vessels operating in the offshore market, designed for use in anchor-handling, tug operations and transportation of supplies.
The leasing of a vessel without a crew to a charter party for a fixed period. In principle, the charterer pays all operating costs.
General cargo or bulk cargo that is “breakbulk” loaded, meaning with no pallets or other type of carrier.
Vessel for the transportation of loose goods in large quantities, such as coal, ore, fertilizer and grain.
Name for the vessel’s fuel, that is, the oil used for powering the vessel’s engines.
A cargo owner or party that charters a vessel.
The total weight of cargo, bunkers and unattached equipment that a vessel can carry.
Emergency Response and Rescue Vessels.
Feeder services with smaller vessels to ports where reloading to larger vessels is undertaken.
Container size. Forty Equivalent Units, that is, a fortyfoot container.
Health, safety and environment policy.
International Maritime Organization – UN international maritime body.
International Standards Organization.
Quality and safety regulations stipulated by IMO for international merchant shipping. Certification in accordance with the ISM Code is administered by the national maritime authority, which in Sweden is the Swedish Maritime Administration.
Business operations performed by two or more companies jointly, with shared risk-taking.
Vessel that is loaded/unloaded with its onboard or fixed dockside cranes.
International Convention for Prevention of Maritime Pollution from Ships. IMO environmental convention.
StoraEnso’s logistical system for Northern Europe, “North Europe Transport and Supply System”.
General term for industrial activities in connection with the exploitation of oil resources at sea.
A forest-products carrier specially adapted for paper cargo.
Platform supply vessel.
Freight or transport charges/prices.
Vessel with both cargo hatches and ramps and can therefore combine loading/unloading with trucks and/or cranes.
Vessel on which cargo is driven on board via one or more ramps located on the vessel.
StoraEnso Cargo Unit.
Vessel that is loaded using trucks and/or rolling platforms through side ports, often in combination with lifts between various decks.
All the services required to operate a vessel, including the crew.
International Convention for Safety of Life at Sea. IMO safety convention.
The sector of the chartering market in which a vessel is chartered for individual voyages as opposed to longterm charters.
Svensk Skeppsprovningsanstalt (Swedish shipbuilding testing institute).
Vessel that transports supplies to oilrigs and platforms in the North Sea.
Agreement covering employment on a Swedish-registered vessel of temporarily employed personnel. Employment on this basis is not based on a Swedish labor agreement.
Leasing a vessel to a charter party for a fixed period of time. The ship owner pays all the operating costs except bunkers and port dues.