Capesize Global PSC Analytics (August 2020- August 2021)

This RISK4SEA Report about Capesize Global PSC Analytics (August 2020- August 2021) includes age group analysis, age group share in PSC results, most challenging ports for capesize bulk carriers, most common deficiency codes, and the most common detainable deficiencies.

 

Global Inspections Data (August 2020 to August 2021) Capesize (>100 KT DWT)
PSC KPIs
Age Group Analytics
Age Group Share in PSC Results

Above inspections conducted in 153 Ports. Inspection average per port 14 inspections.
The distribution of number of detentions was:
0 Detentions – 138 Ports – 90.20% of total.
1 Detention – 8 Ports – 5.23% of total.
2 Detentions – 2 Ports – 1.31% of total.
3 Detentions – 1 Ports – 1.31% of total.
4 Detentions – 1 Port – 0.65% of total.
5+ Detentions – 2 Ports – 1.31% of total.
Port with the highest DER (6.54%) during this period was Baltimore, Maryland, USA.
Port with the highest number of inspections (92) and 0% DER was Newcastle, Australia.

Most Challenging ports for Capesize Bulk Carriers

Port Hedland Australia, is the port with the highest number of inspections during this period

Most common deficiency codes – Capesize
(August 2020 – August 2021)
Most common detainable deficiency codes – Capesize
(August 2020 – August 2021)

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