An Intermarine heavy lift vessel, the Industrial Dream, recently loaded three patrol vessels at the port of Yokohama, Japan for Jakarta, Indonesia. The patrol vessels some 27 meters long and 5.6 meters wide were donated to Indonesia as part of Japan’s official development assistance (ODA). The patrol boats are being deployed to support anti-piracy activities in the Strait of Malacca. Intermarine’s Commercial Agent in Japan, Nissin Corporation, was instrumental overseeing the loading operations in Yokohama.
The Industrial Dream is one of six new D-Class vessels in the Intermarine services fleet, the delivery of which began in the third quarter of 2006. All vessels in the series are 8,000 deadweight tons and equipped with two 250-ton capacity cranes which can be combined to handle pieces up to 500 tons.
Intermarine’s Far East, India and Middle East heavy lift service offers multiple project sailings per month from China, Japan, and Korea to Southeast Asia, India, and the Persian Gulf. The company is utilizing up to nine heavy lift vessels with a minimum lift capacity of 400 metric tons. The service is managed by Intermarine offices in Shanghai and Mumbai.
Intermarine provides regular and reliable project transportation in the Americas and Asia as well as customized services worldwide.