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Maritime business, real results.

Oceaneering provides maritime business systems that enhance efficiency, reduce cost, and increase safety and security across the globe. Our PortVision Advantage and PortVision Plus AIS ship tracking services support over 3,500 users worldwide. In 2016 we launched PortVision 360, the next generation in AIS-based maritime business intelligence.

In addition to our PortVision products and services, Oceaneering also provides enterprise class solutions for marine terminals and fleet operators. Optimize your marine terminal with TerminalSmart and our Dock Management System. Or manage your fleet of workboats or ocean-going vessels with our Fleet Management System

Tap into PortVision's 30-billion record data warehouse for historical reporting, animated incident playback, AIS data, and business intelligence. Support demurrage forecasting and analysis, incident response, market research, compliance, training, negotiation, and litigation activities.
 
Oceaneering's Maritime Business Systems empower maritime users with new levels of information and knowledge about vessel and terminal activities. Whatever your job function is on the waterway, knowledge is power. And Oceaneering gives you this power 24/7.

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Port of Lake Charles Growth Depends upon Costly Dredging of Calcasieu Ship Channel

The Calcasieu Ship Channel runs 34 miles from the Gulf of Mexico to the Port of Lake Charles Harbor and Terminal District. The port is the 11th largest seaport in the US and an important economic power in southwestern Louisiana. Lake Charles boasts a thriving refinery industry which relies on keeping the channel clear for ever-larger deepdraft vessels. Annually, 1,000 ships traverse the channel...Read more

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