New York, N.Y.—August 2, 2012—Supply chain data and intelligence provider Panjiva announced the Maritime Monitor, designed to meet the trade analysis and lead generation requirements for the maritime industry. The tool will customize Automated Manifest Systems (AMS) Data, U.S. Customs data and U.S. Census data to provide trade intelligence for companies looking to identify both import and export shipments for sales lead generation. It will also provide a snapshot of current waterborne and port trends for additional trade-lane analysis.
“Panjiva has been doing this long enough to understand the unique needs of the maritime industry and we’ve developed this platform with these needs in mind,” said Gary Gonzalez, Maritime Manager at Panjiva. “This new platform provides actionable information that shipping and logistics professionals can utilize to make new business connections and smarter trade decisions.”
The Maritime Monitor will help companies in the maritime industry generate new sales leads and keep ahead of their competitors. Users will be able to run searches and create customized reports based on port of lading, port of unlading, both full container load (FCL) and less container load (LCL) shipments, shipper or consignee name. Additional features include:
- Maritime-specific search fields including SCAC, vessel and flight code
- Waterborne trending, ports trending and ports ranking
- Integration with Panjiva Search to provide detailed data on shippers and consignees
- The ability to export customized reports to Excel or PDF
By signing up for Maritime Monitor, subscribers have full access into the full Panjiva suite of products, which allow buyers to quickly develop short-lists of potential suppliers; conduct background checks; and keep tabs on sourcing activities and existing suppliers.