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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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Dalian Port Authority on 22 March confirmed that China’s largest crude oil wharf, with a total investment of CNY650 million (USD94.6 million) and capacity of 300,000 tonnes, has passed its official completion review.  Full story >>

Charter rates for tramp container ships continue to surge this week, with the New Contex rate barometer by the Hamburg Shipbrokers’ Association pushing up by 17 to 358 points on Tuesday 28 March.  Full story >>

Golden Ocean Group’s acquisition of 16 dry bulk carriers unveiled on 14 March has moved ahead as the Norwegian Financial Supervisory Authority has approved the listing prospectus for the shares the buyer will issue in the transaction.  Full story >>

China International Marine Containers (CIMC), the world’s largest container manufacturer, has announced that its net profit plunged 73% year-on-year to CNY540 million (USD78.5 million) in 2016.  Full story >>

There are signs that a container shortage may be on the cards once demand rises with a severe decline in the numbers of boxes sold during 2016 and new Chinese paint regulations coming into effect on 1 April expected to further limit supply.  Full story >>

Crackdowns on corruption at Indonesia’s coal ports could result in a disruption of coal shipments, which are a major source of cargoes for Supramax and Panamax bulk carriers.  Full story >>

In a Monday joint release, CMA CGM Group and PSA Singapore are set to double the operating capacity of their joint-venture container terminal in Singapore.  Full story >>

South Korean multi-purpose vessel operator and logistics provider Dongbang Transport & Logistics has pledged to reform its organisational structure to tackle the challenging general cargo sector.  Full story >>

The asset valuations of pre-owned bulk carriers continue to head north with the Baltic Dry Index.  Full story >>

A naval architect has warned that the cost of wreck removal continues to rise with two core pressures pushing up both risk and complexity.  Full story >>

The German line is in the process of phasing in a string of 10,000 teu high-reefer newbuildings while UASC continues to take delivery of a series of six 18,000 teu newbuilding vessels.  Full story >>

The dredging work will allow 12,500 teu container ships to dock at Jawaharlal Nehru Port.  Full story >>

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