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The 5 new startups entering the Maritime Analytics market

The maritime industry has long understood the value of using data and analytics to bring more transparency and drive efficiency in the market. More and more companies around the world are investing in maritime analytics to understand global trade, optimise ship operations, gain full visibility for their cargo, and increase[…]

The big thaw

Photo Credit: D. Lobusov, marinetraffic.com The environment’s loss is shipping’s gain as global warming clears a path through the Arctic, shortening the route between Russia, and the US and China. The end of June brought startling details of a heatwave in the Arctic Circle. A region that is typically associated with[…]

Existential questions for globalisation remain

Photo Credit: Gary Lam, MarineTraffic.com Coronavirus vaccines look set to be rolled out gradually in 2021, but has the pandemic already turned back the tide of globalisation? The unprecedented economic turmoil caused by COVID-19 highlighted the delicate nature of integrated supply chains.    As the deadly virus spread in the Far[…]

Can real-time analytics & forecasting transform shipping?

On 27 October at 5:00 PM (Athens), MarineTraffic and a host of industry experts will discuss how real-time analytics and forecasting can transform the shipping industry. Shipping experts from classification society RINA, Finnish technology provider Wärtsilä, chartering technology firm Signal Maritime and the survival and safety solutions provider Survitec Group[…]

MarineTraffic app updated with cool new features

An updated version of our app is now launched for all our Android and iOS users to enjoy. This major update, apart from numerous enhancements, includes some of the coolest new features you can find in a vessel tracking application. We know that having the ability to check how tropical[…]