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NEW SERVICE OFFERS COMPREHENSIVE GLOBAL FLEET DATA

Tuesday, July 16, 2019 

Maritime technology company GNS has launched Voyager Global Fleet, a fully searchable global database of over 120,000 vessels, shipowners, operators and managers.

The new service will enable a wide range of users across the maritime industry - from ship suppliers to brokers, agents and charterers - to more easily access the data they need to enhance their business performance.

Voyager Global Fleet builds on GNS’s Voyager Fleet Insight platform through which it already offers fleet-specific data analytics to its shipping company customers. The new service opens up the full power of GNS’s global data resources including vessel characteristics, ownership and management, trading history, sailing hours, port calls, PSC inspections, and hourly AIS position and destinations dating back to 2015 - all via one easy-to-use web interface.

“Until now, it has been hard for ship suppliers to get access to the data needed to effectively target their sales and marketing activities and it’s also been difficult to optimise service, maintenance and support resources to meet customer needs, said GNS CEO Paul Stanley. “Our new Voyager Global Fleet service changes that by providing every maritime organisation with the opportunity to use data to drive new growth and efficiencies and unlock new insights.”

Using Voyager Global Fleet, users will be able to filter and search the global fleet of IMO-registered vessels using over 100 different search criteria, view results both in data tables and spatially on a map, generate their own customised reports and export the data at a single click for further analysis and use in their own forms, spreadsheets and systems.

Importantly, Voyager Global Fleet enables organisations to add their own proprietary datasets for private and exclusive use to enhance customer knowledge, improve sales targeting and enhance after sales service and support. For example, equipment manufacturers may wish to add in their own lists of vessels, equipment purchased, installation dates and service histories to use in conjunction with Voyager Global Fleet’s sea hours and port call data to identify the optimum time for equipment maintenance and service.

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