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Lloyd’s List Intelligence and Vortexa in strategic partnership


Lloyd’s List Intelligence and Vortexa in strategic partnership

Maritime insight and data specialist Lloyd’s List Intelligence and commodities and data analytics provider Vortexa announce strategic tie-up on future product, market analysis, editorial and commercial collaboration

Source: Lloyd's List

LLOYD’S List Intelligence has agreed a new partnership with Vortexa, the global analytics platform provider for the energy and freight markets.

The joint venture, marked by mutual data licensing agreements, will provide the foundation for the two companies to collaborate on future product, market analysis, editorial and commercial ties.

The partnership will grant Lloyd’s List Intelligence access to Vortexa’s cargo flow information and state of the art ship-to-ship transfer algorithms via the group’s market-leading cargo-tracking analytics, while the pair will also co-operate to enhance workflows around cargo flow and risk evaluation.

This collaboration marks a significant moment for Vortexa and our customers. The addition of Lloyd’s List Intelligence’s terrestrial Automatic Identification System network and vessel characteristics datasets elevates the precision and depth of our analytics, providing unparalleled insights into the energy and freight markets.

Vortexa chief executive Fabio Kuhn

Vortexa’s suite of analytics covers crude oil, refined products, LPG and LNG, across all vessel classes.

This strategic partnership showcases the benefits of bringing connected customers and workflows together all in one place, while offering transparency around crucial cargo flow information for risk evaluation. This aligns with our mission to continually enhance value and precision for our customers.

Lloyd’s List Intelligence chief executive Michael Dell

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