Since our inception in 2001, RightShip has helped to significantly improve global maritime safety standards.
With our predictive online ship vetting platform, RightShip Qi, coupled with the maritime expertise of our vetting team, we help our customers to manage marine risk by identifying and eliminating substandard ships from their supply chain.
RightShip was formed to improve dry bulk safety and quality standards and draw on the significant ship vetting expertise of global commodity companies, BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto. As major charterers and shippers, the founding businesses had developed vetting systems to manage their own marine risk. RightShip combined their expertise and resources to develop a Ship Vetting Information System (SVIS™) as a comprehensive risk management tool, which was in service until 2016. In 2006, international food, agriculture and risk management company Cargill joined as an equal equity partner.
Today, RightShip also provides vetting services and OCIMF SIRE inspections to the petroleum, chemical and gas sectors.
RightShip is focused on helping industry avoid preventable incidents, while reducing the carbon dioxide emissions emitted by the world marine fleet. We do this by condensing information, providing rapid and consistent analysis and advice, monitoring and complying with international standards, and bringing expert support and advice within the reach of even the smallest business.