Digital platform from Clarksons’ Maritech subsidiary goes live

Maritech, a subsidiary of Clarksons, has introduced the new set of integrated digital tools comprising its Sea/ platform, plans for which were first announced in early 2019.

The Sea/ platform offers charterers, ship owners and other stakeholders a variety of tools to digitise vessel operations workflows, with eight interoperable modules currently live that can be used together or separately.

These include the Sea/net system, to gather vessel and market information; Sea/calc for calculating time and cost efficiencies for fixtures; a Sea/response offshore emergency response application; a Sea/futures dashboard for brokers to share live market prices; Sea/chat and Sea/share for communication and file sharing; and a Sea/contracts documentation management tool.

The Sea/gateway provides a central hub for real-time updates, combining vessel position data with commercial and operational data to compile reports and track KPIs for performance management.#

“We are thrilled to introduce this integrated suite; the first phase of digital tools for trade, in the maritime and offshore markets,” said Jeff Woyda, Chairman, Maritech.

“The Sea/ platform will empower the shipping industry with the intelligence and capabilities it needs to keep up with increasing industry demands and regulation, and future-proof businesses.”

“The platform is Cloud-based and combines a deep understanding of shipping and offshore with state-of-the-art digital technology to improve industry standards and mitigate risk.”

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