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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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A worker at the Chinese yard CSSC Chengxi Shipyard, Guangzhou, died on 13 October after falling off a four-storey scaffolding during work.  Full story >>

There were no net additions to the Handysize bulker fleet in September as the number of newbuilding deliveries was equal to the number of demolitions.  Full story >>

Although some investors wonder if it is now time to start buying Hyundai HI (HHI) stocks while the prices are low, it is advisable to wait for the shipbuilder’s 3Q14 results before buying in, said Samsung Securities in a research note.  Full story >>

Singapore-listed conglomerate Keppel Corporation (Keppel) posted its 3Q14 revenue, which was up by 22% to $6.18Bn year-on-year from its offshore and marine segment.  Full story >>

A cargo ship carrying ore yesterday sank in the Yangtze River in Yichang, Hubei Province in Central China.  Full story >>

Carsten Jensen, DFDS senior vice president responsible for UK business, has confirmed that the Danish ferry company is considering “potential” closure of a department at its White Cliffs Business Park office in Whitfield, near Dover.  Full story >>

Floating debris washing up on Australian beaches is still being reported to officials and inspected, the Australian Transport Safety Authority reported in its weekly MH370 update today. However, none has proven to be related to the missing Boeing 777.  Full story >>

The Dawei port development project in Myanmar should be stopped while problems in the project’s early stages are dealt with, an alliance of NGOs said in Bangkok.  Full story >>

South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) will use underwater robots for cleaning the hulls of LNG vessels.  Full story >>

China’s Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) on Monday announced it had completed the development of the Dynamic Position 3 (DP3) system, the highest level of current DP systems.  Full story >>

Japanese shipping company Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) received approval from Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) for its ballast water management system, SKY-System, on 21 October.  Full story >>

Bank of Communication Financial Leasing will emphasise on the investment in containerships that have secured charterparties at current stage.  Full story >>

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