Maritech Services Ltd registers as an independent company to manage the licensing and development of the software being created. This allows for the separation of data and development executed for Clarksons from potential external clients.
Recap Manager launches and is licensed to the London Tanker Brokers Panel. The tool helps users manage the creation and workflow of recaps in the tanker market.
Sea Contracts launches, offering a charterparty creation and workflow management product for the dry, container and other markets.
The Sea/ brand launches and the first clients lead the way with our Sea Futures and Sea Calc products.
NORDEN, one of the world’s leading operators of dry cargo vessels adopts Sea Contracts, embedding it across their Panamax, Supramax and Handy size dry cargo operations.
Sea/ achieves the ISO 27001 certification, demonstrating its commitment to information security.
Two of the world’s largest grain houses switch to using Sea Contracts.
Sea Fix launches for the iron ore market. Two of the world’s largest iron ore miners use the platform to transact their first trades.
RightShip integration goes live. Safety scores, GHG ratings and inspection statuses are now surfaced as vessels are submitted in Sea/trade.
Veson integration starts, enabling fixture data to be fed from Sea/contracts into Veson’s VMS platform at the point of fixture.
Windward, a leading provider of sanctions insights, signs agreement to integrate their data within the Sea platform.
Sea Intelligence passes significant milestone with over 100 corporations using the platform, including some of the world’s largest oil, mining and agricultural companies.
Peter Schrøder appointed as Sea’s new CEO to drive the business to the next level. Peter brings 20+ years’ experience working in technology across a variety of industries including telecoms, gaming, publishing, and shipping.
Chinsay, a leading contract management solution for the dry freight and commodity markets, is acquired by Sea – bringing a range of new customers, talented people and innovative technology.
Maritech acquires Setapp, strengthening Sea’s position as a centre of excellence for developing maritime technology.
Sea passes a major milestone: 37,500 annualised fixtures achieved through our charterparty and recap tools.
A landmark moment for Sea in the iron ore market: 80% of the iron ore market customer base use Sea Fix for their fixtures.
Sea acquires MarDocs from Marcura and takes Recap Manager back into Sea in a bid to further accelerate Sea’s progress in digitising and managing chartering workflows from pre-fixture negotiation to documentation.
Sea launches its new brand, which includes an evolution of its brand identity and updated corporate website.