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Veslink - MRV Reporting - Statement of Facts

Veslink standardizes voyage communications to help you collect and analyze current positions and other critical voyage data and share information with a network of trusted partners.

Note: Requires Veslink Essential and IMOS v7.11.5401 or later.

The Berth Events method can use the standard Statement of Facts form to measure berth event consumption. This will create minimal disruption to your existing Veslink Voyage Reporting workflows as it modifies the forms outside of capturing ROBs per port activity/berth event. This method utilizes the workflow of existing port activities and adds on berth events to keep the process seamless.

We recommend this method for data collection.

To customize the Statement of Facts form to meet the port activities/berth events requirements of your verifier:

  • In Form Group Options, select the Track Event ROBs check box.

  • Add the following to the IMOS Port Activities form:

    • Shifting to Berth

    • Shifting to Anchor 

    • Shifting from last berth to sea 

    • Alongside OR At Berth

    • At Anchor

    • Anchor Aweigh 

    • Shifting from berth 

  • Make sure that the ROBs column is checked in Data Center > Port Activities 


At the end of the annual reporting period, to prepare your MRV data, do the following:

  1. Click the following links to download the MRV Report form and MRV Bunker Lifting Report (PnL Method) form, which are report definitions you will use to create MRV reports in the IMOS Report Designer.

  2. Import the report definitions into the IMOS Report Designer.

  3. Export the reports to Excel or CSV.

  4. Save and share the reports to generate aggregated values for a verifier or EU THETIS-MRV.

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