Daily Access to The Benchmark Price for the Industry.
Wherever you work in the transportation of oil products over inland waterways, you need insights and up-to-date information on the going barge freight rates. Only then can you be sure you are making the right deal.
PJK International’s Barge Freight Rates Reports provide information on freight rate levels for transporting oil products by inland tanker barges. Our barge freight rates are recognized as benchmark prices for transport of oil products within the ARA (Amsterdam-Rotterdam-Antwerp) region, and from ARA up and down the river Rhine to destinations in Germany, France, and Switzerland. The freight rates are based upon actual spot deals and published daily.
Our freight rates help the transport and shipping market become more transparent in an objective manner. We get our information directly from sources on the ground up every day – we consult directly with freight traders, barge operators, brokers, and ship owners for their analysis of this specific market and to get information on closed deals.
And we dig down to get the details. How many deals were made for which products? What are the sizes of the deals being made? What are current trends and historical data in supply and demand? Which vessel sizes are required. How are current conditions affecting the type of barge being used? And so much more.
Always have access to the most reliable, up-to-date, and accurate information:
We get on the phone and call our sources every day to get the whole story. We combine data-driven analysis with human intelligence.
Our daily reports give you the recognized benchmark price so you can be sure you are getting the best deal.
We include cut-to-the-chase commentary and deal information that leaves no stone unturned. Even outliers are included in the reports.
Whether your deal is for the short-term or the long-term, you will have insight into where the market is going and what you need to consider while making a deal.
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