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SHIPINFO expands its functionality and introduces a vessels routes tool PORT-TO-PORT
HARDFOR, as part of the SHIPINFO tracking service, has developed a new tool for selecting ship routes between the respective ports. This tool is suitable for both cargo owners and charter brokers to determine the number of required vessels on a given route in order to further communicate with ship owners and charterers to organize transportation.
The service user needs to enter the required port of departure and port of destination. The program will provide a list of vessels that have sailed on this route for several months before the request was received. From the list of open information, the user can see the flag of the vessel, its type and year of construction. Registered users with an advanced account, the company's clients, can also access the following information: vessel name, IMO, MMSI, shipowner and charterer details.
HARDFOR group of companies, its transport division Stels A, Ltd. also uses this tool to organize sea freight and offers its services to cargo owners and shippers. To organize sea freight and select a vessel, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by e-mail, providing copies of packing lists, invoices, cargo description, and the planned date of shipment in an e-mail. Depending on the name of the cargo, additional data may be requested.
We work with the following ports: Vladivostok, Nakhodka, Novorossiysk, Rostov-on-Don, St. Petersburg, Ust-Luga. We can also use the unique functionality of our service for monitoring ice conditions in the Arctic when organizing transportation along the Northern Sea Route. We also work with such ports as Murmansk, Arkhangelsk, Sabetta, Dudinka, Dixon, Tiksi.
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