Accuity: The Shipping Technology Making Trade Finance More Transparent

In the twelve months from January to December 2017, over 4,500 vessels in the container, bulker and tanker fleet completed 30,000 visits to OFAC sanctioned terminals (Iran, Cuba, North Korea, Sudan, Syria and the Crimea). Whilst not every vessel visit to a sanctioned port suggests illegal activity, it can be an obvious red flag for the banks and financial institutions required to monitor vessels and their movements, when financing global trade deals.

So how do we know 4,500 vessels made

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