Clarksons Research are global leaders in the provision of data, intelligence and insights across all aspects of shipping and trade, supporting the workflows and decision-making of our clients.
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Vessel positions reported per day
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Tonnes of seaborne trade (2021)
We process millions of data points to provide uniquely powerful data and intelligence.
Track and understand complex markets
Clarksons Research, the data and analytics arm of Clarksons, are market leaders in the provision of independent data and intelligence around shipping and trade. Our uniquely powerful offering underpins the workflows and decision-making of thousands of organisations across the global maritime industry.
Delivered through our flagship platform, Shipping Intelligence Network, our data and analysis tracks and projects shipping market supply and demand, freight, vessel earnings, indices, asset values and macroeconomic data around global trade flows and economic developments – all crucial in helping our clients understand and manage complex shipping markets.
And through our World Fleet Register and Sea/net systems, we provide comprehensive tracking of the world shipping fleet, including granular information on vessel equipment, companies, shipbuilding, emissions regulations, deployment and trading patterns, fuelling transition and alternative fuels.
Understanding the world around us
2022: Shipping's half year report
Clarksons Research have released their half year statistics on to Shipping Intelligence Network. After the resilience and then strong recovery of recent years, it has been another exceptional half year for shipping with our cross-segment ClarkSea* for shipping cargo transportation averaging $38,844/day, up 7% on 2H 2021 and 157% on the 10-yr average.
Fuelling Transition: Tracking Progress
With a record share of newbuild orders in Q1 alternative fuelled, this week’s Analysis, extracted from our upcoming Fuelling Transition report, tracks progress in the shipping industry’s vital decarbonisation journey.
Russia-Ukraine: Shipping Context
Fast-moving developments in Ukraine have generated the most significant disruption to geo-political “norms” for decades. This is the first instalment of commentary and it is freely available.