MACS3 – LOADING COMPUTER
Cargo operations are a sensitive issue for every single vessel of your fleet. If vessel-specific stability and stress criteria are ignored when loading cargo, the ship might capsize, break up or twist. Protect your assets from damage or loss by choosing a loading computer that is type-approved and certified for on-board use by all major classification bodies. MACS3 has firmly established itself in the international market over the last 25 years with a market share of over 65%, offering solutions for all types of vessels.
For More Efficient Stowage of General Cargo
The new module MixStow (formerly known as MixCargo) offers a wide range of advanced features. Thanks to a newly enhanced data structure, the module ensures a better visualization for planning the onboard load.
DAGO I Module - Amendment 37
IMDG amendment 37 came into force in January 2015, while amendment 36 can be used until end of 2015. As of January 2016 the amendment 37 become mandatory onboard and valid only. If your vessels are still equipped with an older version of DAGO I module, it is now high time to upgrade it accordingly.
INTERSCHALT offers the update to amendment 37 of DAGO I module for all container vessels operating with the loading computer Seacos MACS3.
TROP Module - Trim Optimization
The Trim Optimization Module TROP is an integrated part of the MACS3 Loading Computer System.
The TROP Module helps the user to optimize the trim and draft of the vessel with respect to main engine power and fuel efficiency. This is done by changes in ballast water, but the TROP module also gives information about the current fuel efficiency during the planning process and replaces ballast water by cargo.
The MACS3 Loading Computer is a safety module of our Maritime Energy Efficiency Comprehensive Optimization Suite (MEECOS)