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The full tanker picture

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Make the best operational decisions and seize opportunities. 

With Lloyd’s List Intelligence, you can access accurate, real-time marine intelligence and port movements data, and gain unique insight into market over and under supply,

What we can help with

Trading petroleum or chemicals

  • Get the biggest return on your trades – identify over and under-supplied regions in the market
  • Reduce the risk of expensive delays – evaluate port turnaround times and create efficiencies by setting up alerts for vessel movements within berths and at terminals

 
Chartering vessels

  • Make better financial decisions – identify over and under supply of tankers with our vessel supply data
  • Make sure a vessel is suitable for your cargo – see full vessel characteristics, historical movements, inspections, detentions and casualties

What's included

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Vessel movements

Where a vessel is, has gone and is going.

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Vessel characteristics

The complete picture of any vessel, at sea or scrapped.

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Alerts and notifications

For vessel movements in berths and terminals.

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Iran report

Weekly insight into this critical market.

Maritime Intelligence: latest

  • Lloyd’s List Intelligence: Seasearcher, Lloyd's List Intelli...

    10 AIS technology myths busted

    21 Mar 2017

    It’s time to set the record straight about AIS: What it is, what it is not and whether it can deliver a full, or reliable picture of global vessel movements.

    Topic Maritime

  • Lloyd’s List Intelligence: Seasearcher, Lloyd's List Intelli...

    Understanding AIS (Automatic Identification System)

    10 Mar 2017

    AIS is an incredibly useful source of vessel movement intelligence, that has revolutionized the vessel tracking industry despite evolving almost by accident. However, those that use AIS data for business, compliance and logistical intelligence need to understand the limitations and drawbacks of this technology.

    Topic Maritime Risk Law Insurance

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Meet the team

Analyst

Paul Foley

Analyst, Vessel Movements & Maritime Data Manager

UK

Paul Foley
Analyst

Gordon Collen

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Analyst

Marie Bates

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Upcoming events

05 Apr 2017

Switzerland

Conference

1st MARE Forum Geneva

04 May 2017

Italy

Conference

13th MARE Forum Italy

10 May 2017

Conference

8th International Istanbul Bunker Conference

Have any questions? Speak to a specialist.

Getting a demo tailored to your needs is the best way to see how our solutions will help you gain an advantage.

Request a live demo now.

Request a callback from our sales team to learn how Maritime Intelligence can provide a solution for your business.

If you prefer to get in touch directly, please visit our contact us section for our regional telephone numbers.

If you have any general questions about our services and would like to learn more about how we can assist your business, please reach out to us via the form below and we'll get back to you shortly. If you prefer to get in touch by phone, please refer to the contact us section of our website.