Martes 22 de Mayo del 2018

Intermarine Expands Fleet by 15 Vessels

First ship to enter service in 2015

As part of its ongoing commitment to providing the highest level of service to its heavy lift and project cargo customers, Intermarine is adding 15 new vessels to its fleet.

“We are launching our fleet renewal program with long term charters on a series of new vessels from Sanfu Shipyard & Huanghai, two of the foremost builders of ships in China,” Frank Fischer, Managing Director Tonnage Procurement, said.

“As is our normal practice, we are partnering with excellent owners on this leg of our new build program,” added Alfred J.V. Stanley, President and CEO. “These mid-size new builds will form the core of our future fleet and provide an industry leading level of flexibility and efficiency.

Intermarine expects the first ship to enter service in 2015 and deliver over a two year period.

About Intermarine

Intermarine is a global leader in the transport of project and breakbulk cargoes. Founded in 1990, the company, through its subsidiaries and worldwide network of 18 offices, controls an international fleet of more than 45 vessels with lifting capacity up to 800 metric tons. Intermarine provides ocean transportation and marine logistics services with regular sailings in the Americas, West Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East, plus inducement voyages to Australia and other international ports. The company operates the largest U.S. flag heavylift fleet and controls Industrial Terminals, the largest project cargo terminal in the United States.

Fuente: Break Bulk Magazine

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