Newsletters and Reports


SeaIntel Maritime Analysis issues a range of newsletters and reports, all focused on two core parameters:

  • The provision of unbiased data relating to developments in the container shipping industry

  • Analysis of developments within the container shipping sector, aimed at providing readers with a solid understanding of the “why” underlying pertinent developments.

We are constantly expanding the range of newsletters and reports, and currently we offer the following:

SeaIntel Sunday Spotlight: The leading analytical newsletter in the container shipping industry. It provides innovative analytical angles to market trends, as well as uncovers new information of relevance in the container shipping industry. Used by the majority of container lines as well as a range of forwarders, BCOs, ports and banks it provides a factual basis for the discussion of industry developments.

Monthly Report: A brief highlight of the main developments seen in the industry over the past month. This report is available free of charge to registered users on .

Global Liner Performance Report: The industry’s only comprehensive measurement of container lines’ schedule reliability, covering more than 10.000 monthly port calls, across 32 trades and 60 container carriers. Also includes measurements on the timeliness of actual container delivery based on more than 1 million daily container status messages from INTTRA. Indispensable detailed information when managing supply chains with a focus on reliability.

eCommerce Offerings Report: The only comprehensive report in the industry concerning eCommerce functionalities offered by the 51 largest global container carriers. These carriers control 92% of the global container trade.

Environmental Benchmark Report: The industry’s first benchmark report ranking the 20 largest container carriers according to their environmental performance. The carriers are ranked on a 1-5 scale based on 11 different parameters including vessel performance, carbon footprint calculators and voluntary usage of low-sulphur fuel above legal requirements.