USA-headquartered multipurpose carrier Intermarine is celebrating its 30-year anniversary.

Richard Seeg, ceo at Intermarine said: “Over the past 30 years we have seen lots of change within the market and our organisation, however, service within our legacy trade lanes and dedication to our valued clients has remained constant and consistent. As we reflect on this milestone and the past three decades of experience there is a lot to be proud of, and as a team we have a lot to look forward to.”

The shipping line currently operates a fleet of six multipurpose tween-deck vessels that have a maximum lifting capacity of 400 tonnes.

Intermarine recently completed a shipment comprising 28 pieces of earthmoving equipment from Puerto Limon, Costa Rica to Kingston, Jamaica aboard its multipurpose ship Constant. It also delivered 20 rolling stock units from St. Croix, US Virgin Islands, to Houston.

The Intermarine brand was resurrected at the end of January 2020, following Zeamarine’s decision to divest its Americas Liner business. The carrier continues to focus on serving customers in the US Gulf to ports throughout the Caribbean and South America.

During April 2020, United Heavy Lift (UHL) appointed Intermarine as its exclusive commercial agent in North America, as HLPFI reported here. As part of the agreement, Intermarine will promote the commercial maritime business of UHL for cargoes controlled in North America.