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Sea-web Benchmark Sea-web Ship Performance >>
Undertake essential analysis of key performance indicators for ships, fleets, global shipping segments and geographical trading areas

AIS Ship Movements AIS Ship Movements Module >>
An additional module detailing millions of ship movements recorded by AISLive's network receivers.

Sea-web Ports Sea-web Ports >>
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Sea-web Security and risk Security Module >>
Providing up-to-date coverage of global events affecting the security of your ships such as piracy and security related issues.

Ship Casualties Casualty Module >>
View a ships casualty history or search over 113,000 casualty incidents by a number of combined criteria.

Company credit reports Company Credit Reports Module >>
Download full credit reports, providing accurate and timely company information and analysis.

Fixtures Vessel Fixtures Module >>
Search details on dry and wet vessels engaged in international charter markets.

Distance Tables Distance Tables Module >>
Providing online distance tables and a convenient tool to access millions of routes for voyage estimation and comparison

Port Disbursements Port Disbursements Module >>
Providing commodities information supplied by Gports. The information also includes relevant port restrictions and information

Company credit reports AutoWatch Alerts Module >>
Create lists of ships or companies to watch and set up email alerts to receive notification when keys fields of data change.

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Latest Ship Casualties

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Ship Casualties

Vessel Casualty Information

This module enables you to view a ships casualty history or search for a casualty incident including total losses and demolitions, providing information on the incident itself, date, location, casualty group, severity and number of crew killed/missing.

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Ship Movements Information

The Sea-web Movements module brings you satellite and terrestrial coverage of ship positions and port callings along the world's critical maritime trade routes, for asset tracking or risk assessment. This information, along with deep ocean coverage, can also be supplied in a format and frequency of your choice to integrate into your system for your analysis.
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Port Callings

Port No. Destined for: No. Currently at:
Singapore 1218 647
Busan 127 352
Shanghai 164 254
Tuzla 40 230
Antwerp 183 223
Piraeus 92 213
Port Fourchon 84 200
Kaohsiung 149 160

Ports Information

Sea-web Ports provides comprehensive details of ports & terminals including a complete description of the port and all of the relevant facilities, pre-arrival and navigation details, berths and cargo, tanker berths, plans and mooring diagrams, contact details of port service providers and agents, port photographs, as well as local weather conditions.
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Trading Zones

Percentage Trading Zone
19.28% Far East
15.01% UK - Continent - Baltic
12.94% Mediterranean
12.48% South East Asia
9.91% Gulf - Red Sea - India
6.18% Other
5.09% East Coast South America
4.60% West Africa
3.33% US Gulf
2.70% Australasia
2.52% US West Coast
2.20% US East Coast
1.17% East and South Africa
1.15% West Coast South America
1.00% Caribbean
0.45% Great Lakes - St. Lawrence
Port Security and Risk

Security, Port and Risk Information

The Sea-web Security module brings together the resources of IHS Maritime and IHS Janes, and provides you with up-to-date coverage of global events affecting the security of your ships such as piracy and security related issues.

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Security Risk Updates

Cambodia 22 Sep
Ukraine 22 Sep
Benin 19 Sep
Gambia 19 Sep
Guatemala 19 Sep
Honduras 19 Sep
Madagascar 19 Sep
Mexico 19 Sep

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Cosco Dalian Shipyard has secured an order for the first of two options for a module carrier from Dutch shipowner BigRoll Shipping and Cosco Qidong has won an order for a floating accommodation unit.  Full story >>

A draft Australian government review yesterday recommended against exempting international liner shipping from Australian competition laws.  Full story >>

A Mongolia-flagged cargo carrier Aviva Cairo ran aground off the southeast coast of Taiwan last week while being towed from Manila, Philippines, to Thailand for scrapping.  Full story >>

The grounding of cargo ship Bosphorus in Brisbane River, Australia, on October 29 last year was the result of the helmsman becoming ‘zoned out’ and disengaged, and his failure to follow instructions, a report found.  Full story >>

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The United States has become the 20th member of Singapore-based anti-piracy body Regional Cooperation Agreement on Combating Piracy and Armed Robbery against Ships in Asia (ReCAAP).  Full story >>

Chinese yards
Chinese shipyards’ new orders rose 36% year on year to 47.4Mdwt in the first eight months of 2014, the China National Association of Shipbuilding Industry (CANSI) said today.  Full story >>

A significant order for LNG carriers could help profitability at South Korea's big three shipbuilders.  Full story >>

Singapore-based offshore oilfield service provider Vallianz Holdings has bought a shipyard in Batam, Indonesia, to create synergies with its core vessel-owning business.  Full story >>

Japanese classification society ClassNK has updated its PrimeShip-GREEN/MinPower software to enable users to better calculate minimum propulsion power requirements.  Full story >>

Fednav has announced its first attempted commercial transit of the Northwest Passage by its icebreaking bulk carrier Nunavik using satellite navigation.  Full story >>

Container ship traffic to and from ports in northern Europe could be facing serious operational problems during the transition to reduced sulphur limits in marine fuel valid from 1 January 2015, a leading Hamburg shipbroker has warned its principals.  Full story >>

Busan Bank director Lee Doo-Ho (left) and KoFC planning and management head Na Seong-Dae. Photo: Korea Finance Corporation
Korea Finance Corporation (KoFC) will collaborate with Busan Bank in offering loans to South Korea’s small- and mid-sized shipping companies.  Full story >>

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