Vortexa to integrate Lloyd’s List Intelligence data

Freight analytics platform Vortexa has agreed a new partnership with Lloyd’s List Intelligence, including mutual data licensing agreements for the sharing of AIS and other cargo flow information.

The deal will provide Vortexa customers with access to data from Lloyd’s List Intelligence’s terrestrial AIS network, with data collected from global ports to deliver an overview of vessel movements.

Lloyd’s List Intelligence’s vessel characteristics datasets will also be integrated into Vortexa’s analytics to improve its freight analytics offering, strengthening both existing data and future modelling capabilities.

“This collaboration marks a significant moment for Vortexa and our customers,” said Fabio Kuhn, CEO Vortexa.

“The addition of Lloyd’s List Intelligence’s terrestrial AIS network and vessel characteristics datasets elevates the precision and depth of our analytics, providing unparalleled insights into the energy and freight markets.”

On the other side of the deal, Lloyd’s List Intelligence will gain access to cargo flow information and ship-to-ship transfer algorithms through Vortexa’s cargo tracking analytics and will collaborate with Vortexa to improve workflows around cargo flow and risk evaluation.

“This strategic partnership showcases the benefits of bringing connected customers and workflows together all in one place, whilst offering transparency around crucial cargo flow information for risk evaluation workflows. This aligns with our mission to continually enhance value and precision for our customers,” said Michael Dell, CEO Lloyd’s List Intelligence.

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