mv Industrial Crescent intermarine project heavy lift ship

Intermarine Adds Peruvian Port to South American Liner Service

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July 12, 2012

MV Industrial Crescent, image: Intermarine

In support of the growing economic development throughout the west coast of South America, Intermarine has added the port of Paita, Peru to their regular liner schedule out of Houston.

Lou Descioli, Vice President of West Coast South America Service commented: “Our client’s needs dictate where we send our vessels and in return we strive to provide them with an incomparable, steadfast service. Adding the additional port of call, to our liner service will provide our Oil & Gas and power customers the flexibility they are seeking.”

The MV Industrial Destiny, an 8,000 DWT vessel geared for 2 x 250 metric tons, is set to sail to Paita with an approximate transit time of twelve days. Cargo cutoff for this voyage is scheduled for July 20th.

Every two weeks, Intermarine vessels sail from Houston to the West Coast of South America, with regular port calls to Esmeraldas/Guayaquil, Ecuador, Callao, Peru and Puerto Angamos, Chile. Serving as the primary staging and loading area for Intermarine, Industrial Terminals is the most active privately owned project cargo port in the United States.  Intermarine’s fleet is comprised of over twenty modern multipurpose vessels, including six U.S. flagged vessels.

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