North P&I launches Route Risk Advice

Shipping insurer North P&I Club has launched a new marine risk awareness system, hosted on its MyGlobeView digital platform.

The Route Risk Advice application is designed to evaluate and demonstrate the potential hazards of a voyage from port of origin to destination, allowing users to input a voyage plan and receive up to date information on the risks that may arise at sea and in port.

Route Risk Advice joins the existing stable of MyGlobeView alerting and reporting features, which include industry news, port details, trading and commercial updates, and guidance on sanctions, travel and weather.

“We developed Route Risk Advice with our Members in mind, taking into consideration their feedback to give them greater control of the datasets available on MyGlobeView,” said Colin Gillespie, Director of Loss Prevention, North P&I Club.

“It is a constantly evolving solution to which we regularly add new layers of data, helping Members to plan safe and efficient routes based on up-to-date, reliable information.”

Users of the new software can establish customised reports based on specific routes and locations, with a built-in measurement tool to determine the distance between any given points. Reports can be saved or printed for future reference.

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