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AXSMarine’s advanced solutions
(Posted on 08/04/19)
AXSMarine, a pioneer and market leader in the provision of comprehensive solutions for shipping professionals, has demonstrated the latest additions to its robust suite of chartering solutions at the Connecticut Maritime Association (CMA) Shipping 2019. The company presented its ever evolving portfolio that now includes broader AIS coverage further improving support to chartering solutions used for macro and micro analysis of vessel and commodity movements.
Founded in 2000, AXSMarine is a global provider of online software solutions to the international shipping industry and is trusted by more than 10,000 users worldwide.
With these latest improvements, AXSMarine enables new accuracy in maritime intelligence and guarantees consistent monitoring of ships’ movements, providing its 10,000 users worldwide with the most accurate view of the world’s shipping map.
“Shipping continuously evolves requiring more precision.” says Phillip Sissener, Sales Director at AXSMarine. “As a company driven by shipping professionals, we’ve experienced this demand globally. Making the right decisions is crucial in this industry and AXSMarine provides the necessary tools and data to help our clients in their decision making processes. Our skilled experts are familiar with the crucial role an advanced and robust AIS coverage plays in these processes. That’s why AXSMarine delivery of refined and actionable data has been always at the heart of our company.
AXSMarine’s software solutions deliver remarkable efficiency to commercial chartering processes in Dry, Tanker, and Containership chartering. These products provide a suite of modules, which allow shipping executives to fully analyse their commercial and operational activities. All web-based, services are accessible from any computer, anywhere; without additional downloads or installation. AXSMarine online tools are secure, fast and easy to use. With AXSMarine, professionals work faster, manage more efficiently and plan better. The company is headquartered in Paris, France and operates offices in London, Singapore, Sofia and Stamford, CT.
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