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Your vessel trade and cargo mile demand tool for Bulkers, Tankers, Gas, Containers, Vehicle Carriers, Small Dry, Specialised, Reefers and Cruise ships.

Unlike traditional methods, we don't rely on inaccurate or untimely customs data. Instead we use our data and algorithms to calculate all analytics including ton mile demand at the vessel level.

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Analyse vessel specific
trading history

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Read the market
as it happens

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Learn about new sectors
and trade routes

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Improve your
operational efficiency

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supply & demand

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competitors are doing

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Starting at vessel level

With our vessel specific trade tool you can access journey and stoppages information, including a vessel's current journey. Our stoppages heatmap will also give you a quick snapshot of its most visited ports and anchorages.

Laden and ballast speeds allow you to see how a vessel is being run and you can also access drydock, layup and bunkering history.

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See all journeys in and out of every port to analyse vessel trading history, or learn about new sectors and trade routes. You can also access information on vessels in ports, including current and historical data.

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Find and analyse the data

Analyse the Data using our Charts

Search and analyse our database by a huge range of vessel specifications and features in order to view cargo mile demand, trades, speeds and activity by different groupings (global, sector, type, fleet).

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Valuing vessels around the world

Cargo Mile Demand Summary

For a macro view of vessel cargo mile demand use our Cargo Mile Demand Summary. You can analyse YOY and MOM changes by actual figures and percentages, broken down by vessel type. Graphs and charts illustrate import and export ports as well as supply and demand patterns.