Intermarine boosts Houston chartering desk

Intermarine boosts Houston chartering desk

Lennard Beckmann; Photo Intermarine

The multipurpose carrier Intermarine has expanded its Chartering department in Houston with the addition of new personnel. The company appointed Lennard Beckmann to its chartering team. 

Beckmann joints Intermarine having previously served as Manager of Chartering & Projects at the sister company SAL Heavy Lift in Hamburg. “Now firmly part of the Intermarine family, Lennard’s deep familiarity with our organization and fleet complements the strengths of our existing team, including Chartering Managers Iker Domingo and Michael Cohen. Together, they will strive to continue providing exceptional service to our clients,” the company said in its statement.

The appointment follows Intermarine’s recent decision to expand its fleet of heavy lifters. The company is set to welcome two F500 heavy-lifters, one F360 vessel and one F300. The vessels will be sailing under the names Industrial Fraternity (F360), Industrial Skipper (F500), Industrial Swift (F500) and Louise Auerbach (F300).

These modern heavy-lifters seamlessly integrate into the portfolio shared by Intermarine and the Jumbo-SAL-Alliance. The F500 vessels have 2 x 250 t SWL cranes (combinable to 500 t SWL). The F360 has 2 x 180 t SWL cranes (combinable to 360 t SWL), and the F300 offers 2 x 150 t SWL cranes (combinable to 300t SWL). Built between 2016 and 2017, the F500 types represent some of the newest, most efficient vessels in the sector. Boasting a length of 147 metres and a draft of 7.5 metres, these vessels facilitate operations in almost any port.

MV Industrial Fraternity and the MV Louise Auerbach will commence operations from northern Europe. MV Industrial Skipper sets sail from Brazil and MV Industrial Swift departs from the Mediterranean Sea.

Author: Adnan Bajic

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