We’re a company of pioneers, opening new horizons of transparency in the maritime world.
Established in 2007, FleetMon built the world’s first public vessel data collection, which helps organisations deliver better logistic reports.
We are passionate about crowd knowledge and experts in creating elegant and powerful web applications to do the job and grow options. We are, and always have been, a privately-held company.
It is our job to collect real-time vessel position data and make it available for the world’s most impactful enterprises so they can tackle their hardest maritime challenges. We live and breathe shipping and data.
FleetMon empowers shipping companies, captains and maritime enthusiasts by allowing them to track and analyze their business. Today we have customers across 164 countries and around a half million users.
Our culture is driven by transparency, respect, open discussion, collaboration and blunt and direct feedback. In fact we're obsessed with communicating with our users as well as within the team. We hate bureaucracy and slow moving organizations – but we're suckers for well defined processes. We love lean, iterative improvements and success is measured by the value we create for our users.
LocationWhere we work
The team works in the Hanseatic town of Rostock, the largest city in the German federal state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
Rostock's economy is dominated by shipbuilding, tourism and navigation. With about 150 entries per year (36 cruise liners, 160,000 passengers) Rostock is the most important German cruise-port of call.
In Warnemünde, a resort and recreation area which has experienced 160 years of history as a seaside resort, the river Warnow flows into the Baltic Sea. All this contributes to a highly maritime atmosphere in the town, inspiring us to develop this way of being connected to the Sea.
FleetMon HeadquartersJAKOTA Cruise Systems GmbH
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