Zeamarine Breakbulk Carriers Breakbulk

In April 2019, Zeaborn Group acquired the remaining ownership interests in Zeamarine, previously held by New Mountain Capital, a New York-based investment firm. The combined activities of Intermarine, ZEABORN Chartering, and Rickmers-Line now operate under the umbrella of Zeamarine, creating one of the world’s largest multi-purpose vessel carriers.

Hamburg-based Zeamarine is a privately owned enterprise and leading provider of ocean transportation services for heavy lift, breakbulk and project cargoes.Its broad range of services include chartering activities, cargo operations, technical supervision, and customized engineering solutions. In 2019, its staff of over 250 employees managed transportation and cargo operations from 19 offices around the globe, for more than one thousand customers. Zeamarine offered an operating fleet of about 85 multipurpose heavy lift vessels with capacities ranging between 6,300 and 30,000 dwt and a combined lifting capacity of up to 1,400 metric tons. Regular sailings from the US, Asia and Europe to Central America, the Caribbean and South America.

Intermarine brand resurrected in Zeamarine restructuring
30 Jan 2020
Richard Seeg has been named CEO of the newly-revived Intermarine brand, which will operate the Americas Line project and breakbulk cargo service out of Houston and New Orleans.
22 Jan 2020
Zeamarine sheds its most modern ships as United Group strengthens its position in a slowly improving market.
27 Dec 2019
A busy renewable energy sector and stable oil and gas markets have collided with persistent overcapacity in the multipurpose/heavy-lift (MPV/HL) sector, causing rate growth to sputter and stall.
The Zeamarine Hamburg, formerly the Rickmers Hamburg, loading pipe modules.
17 Dec 2019
German tax and crisis management expert Sven Lundehn has been brought in to manage the Bremen-based carrier, as top executives leave and founder Jan Hendrik Többe makes an exit.
The 14,000 dwt Zea Focus, one of the F-900 ships that will be moving South Flank cargo.
21 Nov 2019
Harmonizing Zeamarine's liner and tramp services is high on new regional director's list of priorities.
The Zea Focus, delivered in April 2019, loading project cargo.
02 Oct 2019
C-suite changes continue at the Bremen-based multipurpose/heavy-lift carrier Zeamarine.
Zeamarine’s present fleet consists of about 90 multipurpose and heavy-lift (MPV/HL) vessels with lift capacities up to 1,400 tons, according to the company.
18 Apr 2019
Pending antitrust approval, Zeaborn Group will take full ownership of the Zeamarine joint venture, consisting of Zeaborn Chartering, Rickmers Line, and Intermarine, after buying out New Mountain Capital’s interest.
The project cargo market is seen as spotty and inconsistent.
31 Jan 2019
The fuel efficiency of Zeamarine's newbuildings will be advantageous, and it will also be looking at scrubber technology and durability, Zeamarine president and CEO Andre Grikitis said.
Dominik Stehle, Zeamarine.
01 Nov 2018
Effective in February, Stehle will focus on business development, key accounts, and managing large projects, as well as supporting organizational restructuring efforts that began earlier in 2018.
Kai Von Taube, Zeamarine.
29 Oct 2018
Von Taube will assume the role of director, Zeamarine, during the fourth quarter of 2018, taking over responsibilities from Irich Ulrichs, including Zeamarine's tramp and liner services.