Vortexa Freight API and SDK

Enabling real-time, high-scale access to the most powerful tanker freight intelligence in the market.
Global Freight Data
Key Benefits
Global freight data & insights

Market participants can now benefit from the powerful real-time freight data sets covering voyages events from the start to finish of laden or ballast legs, historical and future vessel availability, freight pricing, predicted destinations and ETAs, fleet distribution, speed, utilisation and congestion.

Freight analysts & charterers

Freight analysts and charterers have complex roles to perform and the need to process large amounts of data and insights at speed which can be cumbersome and time consuming. With Vortexa Freight API and SDK every chartering desk will have the agility to respond to changing markets timely and build a customised view of the freight world.

Vortexa Freight API Data resources

This is the series of videos helping you to learn about how to integrate and benefit from powerful Vortexa Freight API data.

Custom view of freight market

Chartering teams will have the ability to customise their view on freight market dynamics and uniquely overlay the behavior of the global tanker fleet against future perspective of their own fleets, all in real-time. Vortexa API data can be used to benchmark chartering strategies against competitors to optimise their triangulation and port activities.

Unique Product features
Voyages events
Activity and status of a vessel from the start to finish of laden / ballast legs. 320,000+ voyages per year tracked for 12,000+ vessels
Freight fundamentals
Tanker demand and supply, looking historically and in real-time at daily granularity
Vessel availability
Forward and historical tonnage supply for all tanker classes globally

Fabio Kuhn, Vortexa’s CEO

“Ultimately, Vortexa’s Freight API and SDK will empower users to accelerate the digitalisation of their workflows, significantly improving their competitive advantage with high-value, high-scale freight intelligence in real-time.”

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