- Access to comprehensive maritime data sources helps effective risk assessment and strategic planning to minimize cost implications to your business
- The Sanctions & Compliance data view provides data visualization of search results that can be exported for further analysis and assist in developing risk rating models.
Note: The data is a snapshot in-time, as this is an offline solution
Use multiple criteria to search and find comprehensive information on the incident itself, exact location, casualty group, severity, number of human casualties, types of piracy attack and much more.
A vessel incurring significant damage and/or withdrawn from service.
- All sea going vessels over 100 GT
- Comprehensive event detail including:
- Date/time and exact location
- Categorization of incident – collision, fire, sinking, mechanical failure etc.
- Extent of damage to vessel
- Human casualties and/or pollution
- Voyage details and cargo carried
- Salvage operation if applicable
- Subsequent repairs if applicable
Defined as vessel incurring minor damage with no significant out of service time.
- Covering all vessel types
- Same level of event detail as Serious Casualties
Piracy & Security Events
Security Related Events:
- Robbery (Including cargo theft)
- Piracy Attack
- Suspicious Approach
Detailing type and extent of pollution, and subsequent clean-up operations, specifically covering incidents not resulting as a direct consequence of a ship casualty:
- Accidental discharge by crew
- Failure of bunkering/loading hoses
- Overfilling of bunker tanks
- Damage to jetties/shore installation
Note: IHS Markit has recorded serious and non-serious casualties for tankers since 1 January 1976. In addition, serious incidents have been recorded for other vessel types since 1978.
The Ports and Terminals data combines comprehensive information with a powerful database offering first-rate functionality.
Electronic distance tables, Google Earth positioning visualization of terminals and berths, detailed berths database, photographs and plans make this an unrivalled source of information for use both in the vessel operations department and onboard ship.
- Details on ports and terminals
- Country information
- Pre-arrival information
- Detailed tanker and dry cargo berth information
- Plans, mooring diagrams, photographs, and maps
- Distance tables
- Geo-referenced berths – 100% coverage
Details on maritime-related companies; including specific information on the company and associated companies.
- Maritime related companies
- Business activity details
- Associated companies