Zeamarine Secures Record Order

Transport for BHP South Flank Project

Breakbulk shipping line Zeamarine has received its largest order to date, securing a contract for the transport of about 450,000 freight tons from China to Port Hedland, Western Australia.
The deal was awarded by Schenker Australia for the BHP South Flank Project, and will involve movement of heavy and oversized modules. Zeamarine will utilize its newly built ZEA 14k-900 vessel type for the project.

“The ZEA 14k-900 vessel class has proven again to be a valuable asset and we are pleased that our clients recognize the value of these modern and ecologically-friendly vessels,” said Dominik Stehle, chief commercial officer at Zeamarine.

Zeamarine was formed from the merger of Zeaborn-owned Rickmers Line and Maritime Holdings-owned Intermarine. It operates a fleet of more than 85 vessels with lifting capacities up to 1,400 tonnes.
Photo: Zea Focus. Credit: Zeamarine.