Clean safe drinking water is a particular challenge on board yachts, merchant ships and other sea going vessels. It either has to be produced from seawater via systems such as reverse osmosis and flash evaporation or bunkered from a shore or water barge supply. Therefore it is essential that the water bunkered or produced is of an acceptable biological, chemical and mineral quality, and that the holding tanks, distribution and treatment systems are clean, sterile and in good working condition
A port will usually receive potable water from a municipal supply, although for some ports this may come from a private supply. Most ports should have special arrangements for managing this water after it has entered the port, and generally documentation of the quality of this water should be available for the port office.
We supply high-quality drinking water round-the-clock to vessels calling at the Port of Cochin. The water supplied meets the standards specified by the World Health Organisation in its guidelines for drinking-water quality.
To serve our customers better, we have a continuous fleet renewal plan and a robust fleet maintenance programme. We have a fleet Management system which ensure a more efficient delivery of fresh water to vessels with a faster turn-around time.