Schedule optimisation for bulk shipping

Cloud-based planning, optimisation and communication solution for charterers & shipowners.

Optimal schedule planning with Seaber

There are typically several departments and stakeholders involved in bulk shipping processes. Currently this complexity is managed with emails, spreadsheets & legacy tools. Planning and managing relevant data in this environment is highly challenging, resulting in errors, delays, expenses and low utilisation rates.

We offer a set of tools for optimal schedule planning, operational monitoring and data collection as well as stakeholder communications over the lifecycle of a voyage. We bring together cargo and voyage related requirements, costs and durations into one place with vessel positions, suitability and availability. This results in optimised, yet realistic schedules for cargo deliveries and vessel utilisation, supporting multi-port and multi-parcel voyages and any combination of T/C, COA or spot contracts.

For charterers

Reduce your costs with our shipment planning solution through optimised schedule planning, more transparent operational monitoring, and streamlined internal & external stakeholder communication. Get the most out of your T/C fleet, COA and spot contracts.

Our solution for charterers

For shipowners

Always find the best cargo/vessel fit to achieve maximised fleet utilisation and TCE with our shipowner planning solution. Quickly react to changing situations and instantly share information between chartering, planning and operation departments. Get a clear real-time fleet planning overview with forecasted area balances for an extended planning horizon and insight for finding the best matching market cargo.

Our solution for shipowners

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September 15, 2021

8 ways to reduce ballast voyage percentage of your fleet

According to an ICCT (International Council of Clean Transportation) report, bulk carriers globally are sailing 56% of the time in ballast, with small or no payload. As cargo flows are never symmetric, there will always be a need for ballast voyages. Read more about what our VP of Products Arto Viitanen suggests how ballast distance reduction could be achieved by shipowners.
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Our distributed team is growing rapidly, and we are constantly looking for new talent to join us to drive the digital transformation of maritime logistics. Send an open application to hiring@seaber.io

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