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Clarksons is at the heart of global shipping

Integrated service offering, powered by intelligence

Through a connected network

We collaborate across all business lines ensuring everything we do is underpinned by research, enabled by technology, and implemented by the best people. Our global presence, depth of relationships and total service offering delivers extraordinary results. As a strategic partner, we help clients make smarter decisions at every stage of the shipping life cycle.

Our business model





Integrated business lines


Network of specialists



Pioneering advice for the world’s leading businesses

Anticipating change, rather than keeping pace with the market, has earned us our place at the heart of global shipping. It’s what has allowed us to help clients successfully navigate stock market crashes, wars and a pandemic.

Dedicated to excellence, our specialists come together from across the business, combining their expertise to find new strategies for success. Strategies that work seamlessly to deliver the results you’re looking for, no matter the challenge.

Partnering with our clients, we’re developing progressive solutions that support the evolution of the industry. Together, we can help your business go further, faster, while also bringing about lasting, sustainable change that helps build a brighter future for us all.


Progressing towards 2030 carbon intensity reduction targets

Whilst shipping is the most emissions efficient mode of transport, there is an increasing impetus towards decarbonisation.


The necessity for change

The scale of the challenge to decarbonise shipping is unprecedented. And the shipping must meet this challenge while continue to facilitate essential global trade.

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Short-term measures

A growing impact

In 2023, both CII and EEXI will provide some of the clarity that ship owners have needed to help lower their emissions. CII will have a growing impact in terms of dictating vessel speeds to improve energy efficiency whilst other emission-reduction solutions are deployed.

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Newbuild trends have started to shift

At the heart of reducing shipping's 2.3% contribution to global emissions will be a fuelling transition. We're already seeing this materialise through the profile of newbuilding orders.

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Helping our clients make better choices

Offshore Renewables Broking

Helping our clients make better choices


US$20bn of spend is needed to build 200 new vessels

Countries around the world have set ambitious targets around Wind energy production for 2030. But with Wind booming and Oil & Gas back in a big way – does the industry have the Offshore wind vessels required to keep pace with demand?

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