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Maritime & Trade Ports and Terminals USB

Plan a port call with even greater ease

The Ports and Terminals Guide USB 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.

Features include

  • Details on more than 20,000 ports and terminals including over 2,000 new entries
  • Country information
  • Over 26,000 port service providers
  • Pre-arrival information
  • Detailed tanker and dry cargo berth information
  • Plans, mooring diagrams, photographs and maps
  • Distance tables
  • Over 33,500 geo referenced berths – 100% coverage
  • Over 4,700 new berth entries
  • Over 600 new Port Plan entries

Reasons to Purchase

  • Plan a port call efficiently
  • Conduct market and competitor research
  • Gain competitive advantage

Data Quality

Our extensive port database coupled with excellent relationships with port and maritime representatives globally, is the foundation which enables IHS Markit to provide you with the most comprehensive and accurate port information.

Installation & Operating Requirements/Licensing

  • PC Running Windows XP, 7 or 10
  • 178 MB of disk space
  • 32 MB RAM
  • Display: Screen resolution 1024 x 768
  • Net Framework 4.4 (Included in the USB)
  • Company/network licenses for up to five concurrent users at a single location

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