About our chartering services

Similar to ride hailing apps, cargo owners will be able to find suitable vessels by updating their open cargo, while shipowners who update their vessels’ open positions will be matched with suitable cargo—all these processes are completed by utilizing our smart AI engine. Marine Online’s platform will match cargo owners with vessels with open cargo with suitable dates and destinations, and our dedicated online team will make the necessary arrangements upon there being a match without the need for either cargo owners or shipowners to pay any commission.

Once both ship and cargo owners come to an agreement online, shipowners will be able to save on commissions of up to 3.75%, since Marine Online will not charge any commission for this service. We are providing this service without charge so as to attract both cargo owners and shipowners into our ecosystem. If cargo owners and shipowners are satisfied with the service that we provide, they may opt to use Marine Online’s other services as well.

News about Chartering
Indonesia to experience fall in coal production in the second half of 2020
Indonesia coal miners are expected to experience a drop in production in an attempt to increase export prices and to ensure margins are kept for the rest of the year. The Indonesian Coal Mining Association released a notice advising miners to reduce their production in light of lukewarm demand and …
Ship managers rejoice! Match with cargo owners globally with 0% Ship Chartering Commission on Marine Online’s platform
Ship chartering is an extremely time consuming and exhausting activity, with many different procedures having to take place. There are also numerous port fees and costs are ever-rising. Furthermore, exorbitant commission rates paid to brokers lead to even higher costs. However, Singapore’s B2B Maritime eCommerce platform Marine Online has come …
CMA CGM anticipates improvement in container trade
French container shipping company CMA CGM has predicted a recovery for shipping, especially for transpacific routes, as the maritime industry continues to bounce back from the COVID-19 pandemic, which hindered growth at the start of 2020. CMA CGM announced a net income of $136 million in the second quarter