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"Zeamarine” JV of Zeaborn and Intermarine clears regulatory approvals

Zeamarine, a new USA-Germany combination in the project, breakbulk and heavy lift cargo shipping field, has announced that governmental and agency approvals have been received, deeming the joint venture official

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With more than 100 years of combined experience, US-based Intermarine and Germany-based Zeaborn (incorporating Rickmers-Linie) have combined and consolidated operations to unite as Zeamarine.

 

The joint venture between Zeaborn and Intermarine will have more than 85 vessels and fleet size is expected to exceed 100 vessels by year-end.

 

The near-term strategy for the new “one group, one company” Zeamarine is growth, improved customer service and a continued search for opportunities to build the business.

 

Customers are urged to use the current contact information they have for each respective entity until further notice. Updates will be provided as they become available, stated Intermarine, from Houston, Texas.

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