The future of heavy-lift shipping is unfolding in an exciting new way. With a combined fleet of 50 vessels, Intermarine and SAL Heavy Lift enter the world as sister companies
Intermarine joins forces with project and breakbulk cargo specialist WeShip Projects tolaunch Intermarine Asia and strengthen Intermarine’s position in Europe. Torben Reinhardand Lars Steen Rasmussen, partners in WeShip and well-known
Intermarine's M.V. Industrial Constant is on a round trip to West Coast South America. The vessel was loaded with transformers, tires, and mining equipment and then headed to Peru and
The MV Industrial Emma, MV Industrial Hobart, MV Industrial Courage, and the MV Industrial Challenger are all in Rio de Janeiro last week discharging and loading for Guyana, Colombia, and
The MV Stellar Maestro 13,500 mts dwat lady with 2 x 80 mts swl is performing her first voyage from Brazil to the US Gulf.
photo credit: Hans-Peter Schroeder - MarineTraffic.com
MV Industrial Charger returned to Houston from Brazil, bringing 10 transformers and accessories from Itaguai for Brasil Projects, EVDTs and containers from Rio de Janeiro, and power gen equipment from Santos.
The MV Industrial Charger was just one of many Intermarine vessels headed to Colombia in September, 2022. She carried pipes, plant materials, tanks, and general cargoes to three ports in
Intermarine's M.V. Challenger loaded various cargoes in Houston: Helicopters, oil wells, power supplies, pipes, crates and containers destined for Colombia, Guyana and Brazil.
Twenty years ago, Intermarine docked a ship in Suriname for the first time. Ever since then, Intermarine has been carrying supplies and equipment to help the mining industry, a vital
Intermarine had a busy week at Watco Terminals in Houston last week.
Their newly added Industrial Ruby met the FWN Merchant and Industrial Constant. Just like clockwork, once the FWN Merchant