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Sea-web Insight


In-depth analysis and daily breaking news service for decision-makers and stakeholders across the maritime sector


Sea-web Insight, brings you daily breaking maritime news and insight for profitable, safe and efficient shipping. It covers a full spectrum of shipping and port-related issues appealing to the entire maritime community.

News articles are published online as soon as they have been written and verified. Content comes from the same editorial desks that create IHS Fairplay magazine, IHS Safety at Sea and IHS Dredging and Port Construction, ensuring that you have access to the most complete maritime news source available. You will also receive these printed magazines as part of the subscription package.


Insight Focus:

  • Shipping markets
  • Trade and commerce
  • Shipping logistics
  • Supply chain security
  • Technological solutions to commercial problems
  • Comprehensive data on new ship builds over 100 GT
  • Maritime safety and regulation
  • Maritime civil engineering and dredging
  • Best practice in port operations

Key Benefits:

  • Obtain an insider's view on shipping markets
  • Discover opportunities and challenges in established and emerging markets
  • Receive the only existing source of monthly newbuildings data
  • Access unrivalled analysis of what's new and important in marine technology
  • Stay apprised of best practice for all port-related matters
  • Receive critical insights and information to support investment decisions, improve operational efficiencies and envision new management approaches

Sea-web Insight presents you with a customizable screen so that you can put a range of news content in any order you wish.
Available as a stand alone product or integrated with other Sea-web services.

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IHS Maritime Sea-web: Latest Maritime News
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Saudi Arabia’s Bahri has announced a sharp fall in profits due to lower spot rates and increased bunkering costs, in results that will accentuate the gloom surrounding the outlook for tankers.  Full story >>

China State Shipbuilding Corp (CSSC) received RMB117.59 million (USD17.1 million) worth of subsidies over the first half of this year, the company has reported.  Full story >>

International Container Services Inc (ICTSI) of the Philippines has reportedly submitted a bid to develop and operate the Port of Bissau in the West African country of Guinea-Bissau.  Full story >>

Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI), South Korea’s second-largest shipbuilder, is set to suspend work on a floating dock as new orders continue to be hard to secure.  Full story >>

India's ABG Shipyard has moved a step closer to being consigned to history, after its creditors applied to have the Ahmedabad-based cash-strapped group liquidated.  Full story >>

From its humble beginnings in Hong Kong in 1974, Anglo-Eastern Ship Management is now among the top three ship managers in the world, controlling a fleet of 630 vessels.  Full story >>

The US Coast Guard’s (USCG’s) new cyber risk guidance is aimed specifically at ports, but vessel operators will indirectly benefit from the measures, according to an operator group.  Full story >>

Take-up of the Lloyd’s Open Form has steadied, but debates about its future are ongoing.  Full story >>

Rickmers Maritime, which had ambitious plans to expand following an oversubscribed initial public offering in 2007, will be delisting from the Singapore Exchange.  Full story >>

Singapore-listed Mermaid Maritime announced on Friday (21 July) that it had won two subsea contracts worth an estimated USD4.6 million in total.  Full story >>

The South Korean government’s recently incorporated ship finance company Korea Shipping & Offshore, is expected to finance Hyundai Merchant Marine’s (HMM’s) VLCC newbuildings  Full story >>

Singapore has invested in new satellite technology that will enhance its maritime and aeronautical search and rescue (SAR) capabilities.  Full story >>

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