FleetMon Newsroom – Be the first to know!

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FleetMon is more than a vessel tracking service – We also collect for you notable and breaking news, investigations and researches related to diverse aspects of the maritime market.

Gain expert knowledge and market insight into the container shipping and tanker industry, inform yourself about incidents and accidents and stay up to date on maritime science and technology with Fleetmon’s Newsroom!


Find the information you are looking for in no time, using different filter and search options.

2. Now the revised FleetMon’s Maritime News Section encourages you to be involved in the maritime events. Thanks to the new comment module you can share your opinion and add an important information to the article or to discuss different topics with the FleetMon’s community.

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Caption: Leave your comment in the note field below the article and tell us what you think or find out what other community users know about the maritime event!

3. The actuality of a certain article indicates the number of views. When reading the article you can easily head over to the detailed vessel or port information on the vessel’s and port detail pages – related vessels and ports are linked to the article. FleetMon Blog links in the Maritime Section will guide you directly to our blog-posts.

Caption: All helpful links in the FleetMon Newsroom connect you with other FleetMon’s sections in a most flexible way.

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Since recently the Maritime News Section is available in the FleetMon Mobile app. Along with the spotting of the vessels on the real-time map, you can browse trough the freshest maritime news in the app!

FleetMon team hopes that you like the revised  Maritime News Section and therefore invites you to become a part of this informative platform. If you are a maritime expert or enthusiast, whose passion is a constant flow of maritime events, we will be pleased to welcome you as a FleetMon News Editor.

Just get in touch and help us to develop our maritime news feeder further.