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Sea-web™ Ship Performance

Tools to compare your ship’s or fleet’s performance to the competitor or segment

Provided in partnership with Marine Benchmark, Ship Performance allows ship owners, managers, charterers, brokers, traders, cargo owners and many more maritime specialists to analyze key performance indicators for ships, fleets, global shipping segments and geographical trading areas. This module is available as an addition to a Sea-web Ships subscription.

Use Sea-web Ship Performance to:

  • Gain insight into your competitor’s and global shipping operations
  • Identify growth opportunities by detecting trading patterns of same-segment ships
  • Inform negotiations using a ship’s average speed, time still, distance
  • Identify reduced-speed vessels for conversion services and products
  • Boost efficiencies by assessing how fast your cargo can move through a segment
  • Evaluate surplus tonnage prospects by studying at a segment’s geographical movements

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Created in partnership with Marine Benchmark, this module allows you to analyze key performance indicators for:

  • Ships and fleets
  • Global shipping segments
  • Geographical trading areas
  • Operations
  • Top companies
  • Age profiles
  • Compare your ship or fleet to the competitor’s or segment in distance made, average speed, time moving, geographical movements (over six-months), trading areas and age profile

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