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_Verification of the efficiency of the port operations inspection process using the Moki platform.


A shipping company carries out routine inspections of its vast fleet of ships. Historically, their inspection process was paper-driven and as a result, they experienced delays, lost documents, missed inspection schedules, and occasionally oversights in critical ship components. They sought to streamline, digitize and optimize their inspection processes.


Implement the Moki Platform to streamline, digitize and optimize the company's ship inspection processes, improving the efficiency, punctuality and completeness of inspections:

  • Reduce inspection time by 25%;

  • Increase the execution rate of problem-solving tasks by 75%;

  • Eliminate document loss by 100%;

  • Increase compliance with international standards by 95%.

Engenheira averiguando processos


1. Programming and monitoring.

The shipping company schedules and monitors inspections based on ship type, last inspection date and other vital parameters using Moki. Each ship's operational activities are recorded and routinely monitored, ensuring that no vessel exceeds its inspection date.

2. Checking procedures.

Moki checks that all defined inspection procedures are followed. For example, if an inspection requires checking the ship's hull, engine and safety equipment, Moki ensures that each step is properly followed and verified.

3. Metrics and indicators.

After each inspection, Moki generates metrics such as time taken for inspection, problems found and actions taken. These are presented visually through reports and dashboards, giving a clear view of inspection efficiency.

4. Action plans for non-conformities.

If an inspection reveals nonconformities, Moki will automatically generate an action plan. It assigns responsibilities to specific team members to resolve issues. For example, if a lifeboat is found to be inoperable, an engineer will be responsible for repairing it.

5. 360º efficiency measurement.

Moki evaluates the entire process, from the moment a ship docks for inspection until the moment it is released to sail. This 360-degree view ensures that every part of the process is as efficient as possible.

6. Adaptability.

The maritime industry, being subject to international regulations, often witnesses changes in inspection standards. Moki adjusts to these changes.

_Examples of forms used to evaluate ship inspection processes:

Safety equipment verification.

  • Operational status of lifeboats and liferafts.

  • Fire fighting equipment and fire alarms.

  • Availability of personal protective equipment.

  • Emergency escape routes and signage.



Moki not only promotes verification, but also ensures that any non-conformities are promptly resolved. Verification forms help with comprehensive assessments, ensuring that ships are safe, seaworthy and in compliance with international regulations. With Moki, the company has positioned itself as a leader in maritime safety and efficiency.

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