Genscape Maritime Offers Exclusive Vessel Coverage of U.S. Inland Waterways

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Proprietary Antenna Network Offers Customers Market-Leading Insight into Ship Movements and Commodity Flows in North America

Genscape is thrilled to offer our clients this unique opportunity to track both individual vessel movements and overall commodity flows with maximum detail, timeliness, and accuracy - Anton Bakharevski, Managing Director of Genscape Maritime

Genscape, a leading global provider of real-time data and intelligence for the global commodity and energy markets, today announced the complete integration of more than 400 terrestrial AIS antennas in North America, providing an unprecedented level of data accuracy and visibility into ship movements in the U.S.

Genscape’s private monitoring network covers every commercial port in the U.S., and over 90 percent of U.S. inland waterways, including extensive coverage of key regions such as the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers, and the Gulf Coast. With this enhanced coverage only available to Genscape customers, commodity traders, ship owners and operators, and port service providers gain unique, real-time insight of vessel movements in North America, and an understanding of their associated commodity flows and trade patterns.

“Genscape is thrilled to offer our clients this unique opportunity to track both individual vessel movements and overall commodity flows with market-leading detail, timeliness, and accuracy,” explained Anton Bakharevski, Managing Director of Genscape Maritime. “This expansion demonstrates our commitment to developing Genscape’s terrestrial AIS antenna network, which enables us to provide customers with market-leading maritime intelligence.”

For traders and analysts, Genscape’s comprehensive AIS network offers unrivaled insights into the opaque inland-waterways trade with the finest possible level of granularity, not available elsewhere. This empowers customers to identify patterns associated with routine operations, so that they have real-time indications of potential market opportunities when vessels deviate from regular routes, experience delays, or exhibit unusual activity.

For ship owners and managers, Genscape’s network expansion provides the only source of current information on all vessels operating in U.S. coastal areas and inland waterways. Port service providers can expect the most reliable and up-to-date information available on expected vessels and estimated times of arrival.

To learn more about Genscape Maritime’s U.S. terrestrial AIS coverage, or to request a free trial, please visit: [

About Genscape

Genscape is a leading global provider of real-time data and intelligence for commodity and energy markets, driven to improve market transparency and efficiency. With a network of thousands of patented monitors, sensors, and satellites strategically deployed worldwide, Genscape is unique in its ability to collect and report proprietary market fundamentals in real-time or near real-time. Genscape delivers innovative solutions across a number of asset classes including: Oil, Power, Natural Gas and LNG, Agriculture, Petrochemical and NGLs, Maritime, and Renewables. Genscape clients often gain important insights, improve risk management, or increase operational efficiency.

Genscape Maritime, powered by the industry-leading Vesseltracker™ AIS network, delivers exceptional transparency and insight into global vessel movements and activities, providing the market with an unrivaled understanding of the global commodity supply chain. With 500 million messages processed every day, Genscape tracks more than 144,000 vessels in near-real-time daily, with more than 98 percent of the data originating from a privately-owned and operated terrestrial AIS antenna network. Activity analysis of all of this allows Genscape to create compelling products on top of raw AIS data, such as tracking global commodity movement and storage to a high degree of accuracy. For more information, please visit:

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