Intermarine adds MV Industrial Emma to fleet
Project, breakbulk and heavy cargo specialist Intermarine has expanded its fleet operating in the Caribbean and throughout South America. The company informed it has added MV Industrial Emma to its feet.
“Adding the MV Industrial Emma to our fleet, we’re continuing our commitment to efficient, flexible shipping. She is a 7,700 DWT lady with two 120 MT cranes, perfect for servicing our customers in the Caribbean and throughout South America,” the company said.
Ports throughout the Caribbean and along the eastern and western coasts of South America are often restricted, many up rivers where deeper-hulled ships cannot berth. Intermarine’s multi-purpose fleet is designed with these ports in mind.
“By adding MV Industrial Emma to the team, we’re building our fleet’s capability to deliver with speed and efficiency throughout the Caribbean and the Americas. With an efficient draft and 122 meter LOA, MV Industrial Emma can easily access the ports our customers need,” Intermarine said.
The vessel was built in Poland by the Remontowa Shipyard in 2009 and is sailing under the flag of Antigua & Barbuda.