DELIVERING SUPERIOR SERVICE
Intermarine is dedicated to delivering superior service to and from North America, Central America, The Caribbean and South America.
Intermarine is a global leader in the transport of project, breakbulk and heavylift cargo. Founded in 1990, the company, through its subsidiaries and worldwide network of 20 offices, operates a flexible international fleet with lifting capacities up to 1,400 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. Intermarine operates the largest U.S. flag heavylift fleet and controls Industrial Terminals (Houston), the busiest project cargo terminal in the United States.
Intermarine has provided the most recurrent and reliable liner services in the Americas for more than 25 years. Our team has the industry knowledge, technical expertise and record of performance to provide the highest value solutions for our customers’ unique and changing transportation requirements.
Intermarine’s incomparable strength in the Americas is a result of two decades dedicated to building an extensive network of offices and long-term agents throughout South America and the Caribbean. Through our unmatched staff, Industrial Terminals, and our active fleet management, Intermarine has the assets to provide long-term solutions for customers’ supply chain needs. When necessary, we can provide services past the hook, including: intermodal logistics, documentation and customer coordination.
COMPREHENSIVE COVERAGE TO AND FROM THE FOLLOWING:
North Coast South America (NCSA): The frequency and flexibility of our breakbulk service between the U.S. Gulf, NCSA, and the Caribbean ensures that customers will benefit from the fastest regional transit available. Weekly sailings offered to/from/between: Colombia, Venezuela, Trinidad, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America. Bi-weekly voyages to Suriname and Guyana.
West Coast South America (WCSA): Intermarine’s voyages are structured utilizing a regular fleet of modern, multi-purpose vessels to provide frequent and reliable service for project, heavylift, containerized and grain/bulk cargoes. This services are offered twice monthly from the U.S. Gulf to Ecuador, Peru and North Chile, with inducement port calls into Central America, Panama, Colombia and Central/South Chile. Twice monthly
East Coast South America (ECSA): From the Amazon River to the tip of Argentina, our ECSA service provides comprehensive coverage of every strategic point along the eastern coast of South America. For more than 20 years countless companies have relied upon our broad reach within this critical region. Service provided twice monthly to: Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay.
NORTH COAST SOUTH AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
COLOMBIA WEEKLY: 190 port calls in 52 weeks, more than three calls per week. Average transit time is seven days from Houston. Connection between our NCSA and WCSA services, with regular, direct transit from Cartagena, Barranquilla and Santa Marta into the WCSA. Inducement port calls into Buenaventura.
EAST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
BRAZIL: 75 ports called in 52 weeks, average 1.4 calls per week. Transit time from Houston about 25-28 days. Main base port is Rio de Janeiro, with other ports served twice monthly on inducement.
ARGENTINA: Average about 15 ports calls per year. Transit time about 27-30 days.
URUGUAY: Port calls on inducement basis. Transit time about 25-30 days.
Countries Serviced: Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay
Sailing Frequency: Two times monthly
WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
ECUADOR: Nearly 60 port calls/year; average of 5 calls per month. Esmeraldas and Guayaquil serviced bi-weekly with inducement voyages to Manta. Transit time: 10 -12 days from Houston
PERU: Nearly 65 port calls per year, average 5.4 calls/month. Callao, Paita and Matarani serviced bi-weekly, with inducement port calls to Pisco and Ilo. Transit times: 12-15 days from Houston
CHILE: Regular port calls to Arica. With inducements to Iquique, Puerto Angamos, Valparaiso, and other Chilean ports, all the way to Punta Arenas. Transit time: 15-18 days from Houston.
COLOMBIA: Regular port calls. Inducement voyages to Buenaventura. Transit time: 10 days from Houston
LOCAL OFFICES IN:
Caracas, Venezuela: firstname.lastname@example.org
Maracaibo, Venezuela: email@example.com
Guanta, Venezuela: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bogota, Colombia: email@example.com
Buenos Aires, Argentina: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sao Paolo, Brasil: email@example.com
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil: firstname.lastname@example.org
Quito, Ecuador: email@example.com
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