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G-Ports’ dry cargo port database provides proforma disbursements and restrictions for over 1,500 ports, terminals and berths worldwide.
Relevant port information such as Max Draft / LOA / BM / WLTHC / Load-Discharge rates, and Agents’ contact details are available 24/7.
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G-Ports’ tanker port database provides proforma disbursements and restrictions for over 1,000 ports, terminals and berths worldwide.
Relevant port information such as Max Draft / LOA / BM / WLTHC / Load-Discharge rates, and Agents’ contact details are available 24/7
Who uses Tanker port cost data?
G-Ports’ Commodity Tracker tracks individual export shipments from 220 Coal, Iron Ore and Agri Product ports worldwide. In addition, this product also provides the quantities shipped and destination country and port.
Who uses Commodity Tracker data?
Track and analyse vessel berthing delays at over 250 Iron Ore, Coal and Grain ports worldwide, from Australia, China and Brazil, to India, Argentina, USA and South Africa. The Coal and Iron Ore index also analyses the number of vessels due at each of these ports within the next 14 days as well as having over 5 years of historical data to refer to.
The Index provides detailed analysis that is becoming a benchmark for the industry.
Who uses Congestion Index?