Welcome to maritime-insight.com

Welcome to maritime-insight! We provide customised consulting, analysis and forecasts for a wide range of maritime issues. maritime-insight is formed by the former employees of IHS Fairplay (Lloyds’ Register Fairplay) research & consultancy. Ranging from forecasting newbuilding orders to evaluate and suggest policy options, including emission calculations, we form a highly experienced team. Whether you want to study a potential market or wish an analysis of how new regulations will impact your revenues we will have a good solution for your business. We base our consultancy work on the maritime-insight approach. The ships data we use is IHS register of ships data and when monitoring ships we use AIS movement derived from IHS AIS-live.

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mi meeting: Shipbuilding market outlook

When: 22 April, 2014.
Where: Millennium Gloucester Hotel, 4-18 Harrington Gardens, London

maritime-insight presents the mi-meeting: Shipbuilding market outlook. Join the market leading ship equipment manufacturers and take part of maritime-insight’s forecasts of new ship ordering 2014-2018.

The insightful speakers from maritime-insight will present five year new ship ordering forecasts and the drivers behind these forecasts.

Other speakers are Frederikke Munk Sørensen, Business Analyst at MAN Diesel & Turbo, Jakub Walenkiewicz, Principal Market Analyst at DNV GL and Rob Willmington, Operations Manager at IHS Maritime.

The event will be chaired by John Dowden, Senior Manager at the UK Chamber of Shipping.

Download the programme here.

mi meeting takes place just prior to the Annual Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery Conference, which is held at the same hotel 23-24 April.

Speaker at Cyprus Shipping Forecast Forum

Niklas Bengtsson will participate in the 2nd Cyprus Shipping Forecast Forum that will take place on 21st of March 2014. He will speak about Forecast of Container Markets!

mi meeting: The Baltic Sea General Cargo Championship

Container vs. Roro vs. General Cargo

27 March 2014 in Gothenburg, Sweden

We are happy to present the distinguished speakers at the mi meeting Baltic Sea General Cargo Championship. mi meeting will take place at St Jörgen Park Resort, Knipplekullen 8-10 in Göteborg. The conference will start at 13:00 and end at 17:30. Before dinner, there will be time to visit the award winning spa. More info at http://www.sanktjorgenpark.se/index.asp/lang/1033

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mi meeting: The tanker shipping markets

The next mi meeting will take place on 17 October in Gothenburg and the main theme will be the tanker shipping markets in North Europe.

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Mark the date: Shipbuilding outlook club workshop

The next club workshop will be held on Tuesday 10 September, 2013 in Gothenburg. The workshop is for club members only. Would you like to participate? Contact sales@maritime-insight.com.

Further details to be announced.

Norshipping 2013

Meet Christopher Pålsson and Niklas Bengtsson at Norshipping in Oslo 4-7 June. Send an e-mail to sales@maritime-insight.com.
See you there!

mi meeting: The General Cargo Championship & Shipbuilding 5 year outlook

When: 14 May, 2013. 13:00-18:00 + dinner

Where: Radisson Blu Riverside Hotel, Gothenburg, Sweden

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70 page report with analyses and 10 year forecasts

Shipbuilding outlook report – Spring 2013

This new report from maritime-insight provides drivers and forecasts for new ship ordering. The table of contents is displayed below. For more information or if you would like to place an order, contact sales@maritime-insight.com

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Shipbuilding outlook

The Shipbuilding outlook is a monthly report from maritime-insight , delivered the first working day in the month. It is a development of the Shipbuilding Market Forecast previously published by IHS Fairplay. The forecast draws on the FLOW 4.0 (Fleet of the world) model developed by the leadership team of maritime-insight. Newbuilding orders are forecast for the coming five years, as well as expected deliveries, removals (scrapped, lost & converted), cancellations and the fleet. » Read more..