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Fixtures Module


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This module includes details on dry and wet vessels engaged in international charter markets, from information supplied by Maritime Research Inc. The module includes an extensive search facility, providing search capabilities on the fixture and cargo details, ship details, voyage details and fixture dates. Information is supplied on the charterer and commodity; charter party tonnage, terms, dates & commodity; load area & port; discharge area & port; date on & off fixture; and fixture history.



Fixtures Search

The Fixtures Search screen provides a facility for searching on single or multiple fields. The facility includes options to search by ship name or charterer, as well as having more complex search capabilities for fixture type, commodities, ship details, voyage details and dates.



Fixtures Search Functions

  • LR/IMO Ship number
  • Ship name
  • Charterer
  • Fixture type
  • Commodity
  • Cargo size & cargo type
  • Charter part commodity
  • Ship type, date of build, deadweight & GT
  • Operator & flag
  • Load area & port
  • Discharge area & port
  • Fixture dates

Fixtures Details

  • Charterer
  • Commodity
  • Charter party tonnage, terms, dates & commodity
  • Load area & port
  • Discharge area & port
  • Date on & off fixture
  • Fixture history

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