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A Highly Adaptable Fleet of Equipment & Vessels at SEACOR Island Lines

16th March 2018

A Highly Adaptable Fleet of Equipment & Vessels at SEACOR Island Lines
A Highly Adaptable Fleet of Equipment & Vessels at SEACOR Island Lines

We are pleased to introduce representation in the Bahamas and the Turks & Caicos Islands with SEACOR Island Lines LLC. With 18 offices covering all islands in the Bahamas and Turks & Caicos, the company offers all types of freight services and come recommended by current members.

Barbara Matute (Business Developer) states; "SEACOR Island Lines offers project cargo and heavy lift marine transportation, cargo loading, charter services, agency, terminal services, stevedoring, warehouse services, drayage and wharfage across the Bahamas and the Turks & Caicos Islands. With our highly adaptable fleet of equipment and vessels, SEACOR Island Lines provides timely, professional, dependable and tailored freight services, accommodating a wide variety of cargo including heavy construction equipment and breakbulk. We are customer-focused and adept at tailoring logistics solutions for the most demanding requirements."

"Backed up by experienced staff, our modern fleet of vessels and equipment is designed to service a wide range of ports, accessing unique and difficult locations including undeveloped sites in the Caribbean from low banks, beaches or sites only accessible with our specialized shallow draft vessels. We look forward to becoming an active part of PCN and working with its heavy lift and project cargo specialists."

SEACOR have assisted in many recent projects including partnering with FEMA in the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico after the hurricane (as pictured above), the Over Yonder Cay Sustainability & Renewables Project, World Bimini Resorts Project, Atlantis Paradise Island Project in Nassau, Albany Resorts Project in Nassau, airport renovations in Acklins, Nassau, Providenciales and South Caicos and road infrastructure projects involving the shipping of heavy machinery and asphalt in San Salvador, Rum Cay, Andros Island, Acklins and South Caicos. Take a look at their Facebook page for details and photos of their recent work.