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Sea-web Ship Performance Module


Sea-web Ship Performance, in partnership with Marine Benchmark, is a new service available for undertaking essential analysis of key performance indicators for ships, fleets, global shipping segments and geographical trading areas.


Why Sea-web Ship Performance?

  • For Operational Efficiency: Use invaluable data to benchmark your ship/fleets performance against other vessels in the same segment
  • For Competitive Edge: Identify trading patterns of various ships in the segment
  • For Identifying Market Trends: Identify age profiles in the segments
  • For Leverage Negotiations: Using a ships average speed, time still, distance
    and trading area information when in time chartering

Use Sea-web Ship Performance data and analysis as the ultimate benchmark tool for your ship, fleet, company and market segment analysis.

What Ship Performance can do for you

Sea-web Ship Performance provides invaluable insight to Ship Owners, Ship managers, Charterers, Brokers, Traders, Cargo Owners and many more maritime specialists requiring essential analysis and trending of global trading areas and fleet performance.

Who uses the service? How?
Ship Owners/Ship managers Analysis of own ship´s against competitors or segment in distance made, average speed and time moving, to gain a competitive edge and insight into your vs. competitors/global ship operations.
Analyze competitors vs. segments geographical movements to understand competitor/segment global trading pattern and movements.
Own/competitor vs. segment age profile of existing fleet incl. ships in order and percentage in order of existing fleet.
Charterers/Brokers All benefits stated for ship managers and owners
Evaluate owner stated speed and distance information in time charter negotiations
Segments geographical reallocation against previous months in a six month trend.
Ship yard & Equipment Suppliers Slow steaming - identify customers vessel with reduced speed profile, for offering conversion services and products.
Cargo Owners Understand speed and time utilization of segment used for cargo owners transport.
Understand geographical movements of segments to understand supply of tonnage vs. demand in a six month trend.


Sea-web Ship Performance is available with a subscription to Sea-web Single User or Five User Account.
Please contact us for more information.


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