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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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Nigeria’s ports boss has committed to making 2017 a turning point for the country’s ports sector after a year in which its traffic, volumes, and revenue shrank while its operations were ranked among the world’s most corrupt.  Full story >>

After tough years of consolidation and restructuring, German tramp ship manager Reederei NSB hopes for slow and steady growth from third-party ship management.  Full story >>

Vector Bulkers has taken steps to dissociate itself from a former Singapore-based affiliate that has been closed down.  Full story >>

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