Material Declaration and Supplier Declaration of Conformity Collection
Solutions for Maritime Suppliers
Per the EU Ship Recycling Regulation (EU SRR), ship owners and operators in the EU with ships of 500 gross tonnage or over are required to carry an Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM) onboard when calling at any EU Member State port or anchorage as of December 31, 2020.
When you sell products to ship owners and operators, they may request MD and SDoC forms from you in order to fulfill their IHM requirements, as well as meet future Hong Kong Convention (HKC) requirements.
GreenSoft Technology can help you generate these forms.
Supply Chain Data Collection
We will contact your suppliers as many times as it takes to obtain substance and compliance data, including Full Material Declaration (FMD) data when available. Then we'll validate the collected data and generate MD and SDoC forms for your products per the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Resolution MEPC 269(68) guidelines.
GreenSoft Technology has over 20 years of experience in substance data collection and compliance validation. Our data validation engineers are experienced at breaking down complicated parts and machinery to the base components to provide clear and accurate substance inventories.
Continuously Updated Data for MD and SDoC Forms
Trying to coordinate MD and SDoC data collection with suppliers can be a time-consuming and complicated task. Let GreenSoft Technology's experienced data collection team take care of it for you.
Plus, with our Data Maintenance Services, we'll collect and validate substance data for your MD and SDoC forms on a continual basis so that you'll always be working with at least 6-month's fresh data.
Click on the image above to see example Material Declaration (MD) and Supplier Declaration of Conformity (SDoC) forms.