Friday, February 1, 2013


1.      Problem recognition, definition and evaluation

Plan purchases All Terrain Crane capacity 250 Tons of Manufacturing Overseas. What method to estimate the purchase All Terrain Crane ?

2.      Development of the feasible alternative

Make an estimate of the sources of reference from overseas manufacturers. There are several conditions in making perfect Built-Up Jakarta such as:
  1. Conditions price from overseas manufacturers
  2. Calculation of import duty and VAT  
-          Cost of Sea Freight/Air Freight and handling
-          Insurance
-          Provision bank
-          Cargodoring
-          Price entreport
-          C & F Jakarta
-          CIF and Import duty
-          VAT (omitted if the importation of goods made ​​by providers)
-          The cost of leasing warehouses, docks, transport; etc.
  1. Tax data
  2. Harmony system code (in Indonesia)

4.      Selection of criteria

TTo get the standard price with the cost of duty and VAT in the country, the Price Built-Up for the procurement price estimate CRANE all terrain obtained with calculations accounted.

5.      Analysis
After the get the reference prices from overseas manufacturers amounting to EUR. 1.450.000, - then for the calculation of import duty and VAT can be described as follows:
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6.      Selection of alternative
Price value obtained Built-up from Singapore to Indonesia (Jakarta) for the procurement of All terrain crane in the amount of EUR. 1,580,477.64 from the original price of EUR. 1.450.000, - or the difference in EUR. 130,477.64.

7.      Performance monitoring and post-evaluation of results
Price cost calculation built-up as a basis for comparison when the tender offer price of the reference price of overseas manufacturers.


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1.  Problem recognition, definition and evaluation
Management already decided to use other Ship Management to manage some tankers. The goals are not only to increase financial and operational performance but also for giving in-house ship management positive competitor. Now, we are in a bidding evaluation process to choose the best and suitable ship management.

2.  Development of the feasible alternatives
There are 3 best bidders that survived until stage 3 bidding, as follow:
          - Ship Management A
          - Ship Management B
          - Ship Management C

3.  Development of the outcomes
Evaluation will use compensatory models decision making with scoring system.

4.  Selection criteria.
The acceptable criteria in this bidding evaluation are:
          a.       Minimum requirement, as follow:
 Figure - 1. Minimum Requirement List

      b.  Weight requirement using scoring system with component, which is presence, experience, systems, people, regulation compliance and other.

5.    Analysis and comparison of the alternatives
 Attributes Weight:

                                                              Figure - 2. Weight Requirement detail

   Weight Scores

   Minimum Requirement:
                                                                       Figure - 3. Result 1     

Weight Requirement:
                                                               Figure - 4. Result 2
6.  Selection of the preferred alternative
Base on calculation above, Ship Management C become the winner of this bidding with all minimum requirements fulfilled and scores 3,41.

7.    Performance Monitoring & Post Evaluation of Result
This bidding evaluation will be used to construct Ship Management KPI to monitoring and evaluation every quarter years.
Beside all requirement mentioned, we also need to analyze financial component. It will be discussed on next blog posting.

        i.      Maritime Research, Drewry. (2012). Ship Operating Costs Annual Review   and Forecast (annual report 2012/2013),  Section 3 Operating Cost Oil Tanker.
       ii.      Shipping Consultant, Drewry. (2006). Ship Management,  Section 4
      iii.      William G. Sullivan, Elin M. Wicks, and C. Patrick Koelling (2011), Engineering Economy (15th Edition), Chapter 14