The Only Live AIS Cargo Ship Tracking Tool on the Market
Welcome to the future of AIS cargo ship tracking! Say goodbye to the guesswork and delays associated with traditional cargo ship tracking methods. Look no further than our cutting-edge tool, the only one of its kind, which offers real-time tracking of over 2,000 vessels each month.
Trusted by Thousands of Agricultural Commodities Professionals
3 Reasons to Choose AgFlow as Your Cargo Ship Tracking Tool
Track in Real-Time the Cargo Carried by 2,000+ Vessels Monthly
Follow Execution and Global Trade Flows
Monitor if the Annual Supply Will Be Delivered as per Plan
AgFlow’s Cargo Ship Tracking in Numbers
Vessels Tracked Monthly
Tons of Cargo Tracked Yearly
Who Benefits From AgFlow’s Cargo Ship Tracking Tool?
Get access to the only tool that allows you to view in real-time which cargo is on which vessels that neither traditional tracking tools nor customs can rival with, to:
Track Global Ag Demand in Real-Time
- Unrivaled timeliness: track cargoes as soon as vessels are loading
- Actionable information: filter by commodity or destination to follow cargo volumes, ETAs & destination ports
- Exclusive data: no other tool allows you to track cargoes live
- Access granular meta data such as vessel names, cargo volumes, and import ports
AgFlow’s Cargo Ship Tracking Method
Every day, our world-renowned network of port agents, inspection companies (incl. SGS) & shipping firms sends us the lineups of virtually all vessels transporting Grains, Oilseeds, or Vegoils. We then clean the data received to eliminate duplicates and errors before matching it with satellite AIS data to track the cargo inside vessels instead of only tracking the vessels themselves. Finally, we display the live tracking view of worldwide Grains, Oilseeds, and Vegoils cargoes on AgFlow.
What Our Clients Have to Say
“I strongly recommend AgFlow to other traders or brokers dealing locally and willing to expand beyond their region, as such market data and information are not easy to get for smaller players.”