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Marine Online launches chartering services module

Singapore-based maritime eCommerce B2B platform, Marine Online has launched its Chartering services module to help relieve the current challenges and resources that are shared with the concept of an open platform.

{mprestriction ids="1,2"} According to Marine Online, traditionally charter brokers have been the matchmaker between both the cargo and shipowners and nothing much had changed since.

While brokers continuously attempt to expand their client base, the need for more resources for open cargo and shipowners become more challenging. These data resources are treated with high confidentiality and are usually limited within the organisation and sometime individual in some cases.  

Marine Online’s Chartering module will allow cargo owners to find suitable vessels upon updating an open cargo; while shipowners who update their vessels open position will be matched with suitable cargo.  

Upon receiving an open cargo listing, Marine Online’s chartering operators will help cargo owners to find more vessels, will all necessary arrangement on documentation and to fix the charter. All documents and quotations from various shipowners are uploaded online for easy management. Online messenger tools are also available to assist with easy communication.

Marine Online CEO, Yang Ling, says that all chartering services are at 0 per cent commission. “With that, we hope to attract more cargo owners, shipowners, as well as brokers to use our platform as an extension to their current resources.”

Registration in Marine Online is complimentary. The platform also includes the following marine tools:

  • AIS Vessel Search
  • Port Search
  • Port Cost Calculator
  • Distance Table
  • Voyage Estimation

Marine Online Chartering (Cargo Owner) APP is available in both IOS and Android versions. Cargo owners are able to post cargo, match vessel, and manage all listed cargoes with their mobile devices. {/mprestriction}

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