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Sea-web's data is researched, analysed and collated by our team of experts ensuring you have access to the most accurate and timely ship information.
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Seaweb Application

Sea-web is an easy-to-use service that provides a range of simple and complex search capabilities. Analyse your results through it's powerful grid allowing you to sort, group, find, export data and gather intelligence.

Sea-web's extensive ship database holds critical information on over 180,000 ships over 100 gross tons.

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Seaweb Ships

Gather Intelligence from Sea-web's ship information containing up to 600 data fields on over 180,000 ships of 100 GT and above. Access over 200,000 maritime company records including owner, operator manager and shipbuilding companies with seven levels of group ownership.

Sea-web Ships is an online register of ships that equally serves as a powerful research tool, updated daily by our team of experts. Sea-web's extensive image library contains more than 116,000 ship photographs.

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Seaweb Ports

Sea-web's Ports information provides comprehensive details of over 10,000 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.

Sea-web Ports can be purchased as a standalone offering or can integrated with other services.

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Seaweb Directory

Whether you need to find a supplier or research new markets, the Sea-web Directory provides a fully searchable online resource to help you generate new business and increase your customer base.

Sea-web Directory provides a comprehensive and integrated online solution ensuring you have access to the very latest maritime company information. Search maritime company details, ship operator details and personnel contact information. Sea-web Directory provides enhanced search capabilities and the facility to export data.

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Seaweb News and Insight

Obtain critical insights into profitable shipping methods, industry trends and developments enabling you to discover opportunties, as well as challenges and make smart day to day business decisions.

Sea-web Insight brings you daily breaking maritime news and in-depth analysis covering a full spectrum of shipping and port related issues appealing to the entire maritime community. Content comes from our experienced editorial team that create IHS Fairplay magazines, ensuring that you have access to the most complete maritime news source available.

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China’s major thermal power plants, the primary consumer of coal, had 79.06 million tonnes of coal inventories by the end of June, according to National Development and Reform Commission data.  Full story >>

Sanctions have been imposed on two North Korean shipping companies that tried to smuggle military weapons from Cuba.  Full story >>

Hong Kong-based dry bulk shipping company Jinhui Shupping has issued a profit warning, saying that the board expects the company to report a net loss for 1H14 in August, when its interim results are due.  Full story >>

A major dredging project that will deepen a 34km section of the Suez Canal’s western channels by 1.2m to 15.8m is scheduled to get under way this week..  Full story >>

NYSE-listed Baltic Trading posted a greater than expected quarterly loss as dry bulk spot rates remained depressed.  Full story >>

Spanish infrastructure and energy group Acciona plans to sell its shipping subsidiary Trasmediterranea before the end of the year.  Full story >>

Hong Kong-listed Pacific Basin Shipping made a $90.7M loss during the first half of 2014, down from a profit of $300,000 for the same period last year.  Full story >>

Australia today released an updated map of the seabed survey area in the southern Indian Ocean where the missing Malaysian airlines MH370 is suspected to have crashed.  Full story >>

Subsea7, the London-based seabed to surface construction company that is listed in Oslo, has reported a marked improvement in interim results.  Full story >>

A bulk carrier at Abbot Point coal port in Australia has been detained for crossing the Great Barrier Reef without the required nautical charts.  Full story >>

Hutchison Whampoa reported that its ports and related services division’s throughput grew 5% year-on-year to 39.6M teu in the first six months of 2014.  Full story >>

Japan’s 'big three' shipping lines posted positive earnings for the first quarter, which ended on 30 June.  Full story >>

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