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Sea-web Directory

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Quickly access, analyse, and export up-to-date company and contact data across the full maritime industry

Whether you need to find a supplier, contact or research new markets, Sea-web Directory is a comprehensive data resource for all shipping professionals.

Now Available as a subscription module of Sea-web, the new Sea-web Directory replaces the IHS Maritime World Shipping Directory (print and online editions), a trusted source of maritime industry contact data throughout 22 consecutive editions. The new Sea-web Directory offers greatly advanced functionality and content, including:

  • Over 178,000 companies details
  • Over 129,000 ship operators details
  • Over 52,000 contact names
  • Company linked news stories
  • Ability to export data into an excel
  • Enhanced and simpler search capabilities - search by company type, business area, country, town and state, for much easier analysis of the data
  • Enhanced grid option that allows users to sort and filter results
  • Access to free Sea-web Insight news content and weekly email service
  • Ability to integrate with Sea-web Ships, Sea-web Ports, and Sea-web Insight (additional subscriptions required)

The world’s most comprehensive maritime industry contact data

In no other place will you find such a comprehensive database of maritime industry contact data, including details on:

Ship operators Marine equipment & services Ship brokers
Ship managers Marine computing Maritime organisations
Charterers Ship finance Consultantants & surveyors
Shipbuilders & repairers Marine insurance Maritime schools
Engine builders, designers & repairers Protection & indemnity Classification Societies
Towing & Salvage, Offshore Supply & Dredging Maritime lawyers & arbitrators Port Authorities & operators

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South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) announced on 25 May that it aimed to sell its local and overseas subsidiaries by 2020, as it works towards boosting its liquidity and normalising its operations.  Full story >>

Singapore’s Vallianz Holdings announced on Tuesday (23 May) that it had secured long-term charter contracts on four vessels, valued at USD115 million.  Full story >>

Stolt-Nielsen Gas (SNG), a subsidiary of Oslo-listed Stolt-Nielsen, has ordered two small-scale LNG carriers from Singapore’s Keppel Singmarine.  Full story >>

Shipowners are monitoring Noble Group after the commodity trader's rating was downgraded by Standard & Poor's (S&P) following a loss for the first quarter of 2017.  Full story >>

The long-planned acquisition of United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) by Hapag-Lloyd has finally been finalised, the German container line said on Wednesday.  Full story >>

Seadrill management has warned that recapitalising the company is likely to result in stakeholder losses.  Full story >>

PAO Sovcomflot is growing its specialist fleet designed to work in high northern latitudes, but Q1 2017 net profit fell significantly.  Full story >>

Tarbit Shipping is set to commission the first of two versatile tankers from Turkish shipbuilder RMK Marine this summer.  Full story >>

Hoegh LNG has reported a jump in net profit for Q1 2017 and says the outlook in the LNG carrier business is also starting to brighten.  Full story >>

Stolt-Nielsen subsidiary Stolt-Nielsen Gas BV has announced that it has contracted Keppel Singmarine to build up to five small-scale LNG carriers.  Full story >>

Golden Ocean Group says the dry bulk market should continue to recover but remain volatile for the rest of the year.  Full story >>

Throughput at the main container ports in China’s Yangtze River Delta rose by 9% year on year (y/y) in April, fueling congestion and delays at Shanghai’s Yangshan deepwater port.  Full story >>

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