March 7, 20172:03 pm

Seaboard Marine Acquires Over 5,000 New Containers

Seaboard Marine recently added 1,070 40 high cube refrigerated units to its refrigerated container fleet to meet the growing needs of our perishable import/export customers. The new containers are among the most energy efficient in our fleet.  Also, Seaboard Marine acquired in the past six months over 4,000 new 20, [...]

February 9, 20173:40 pm

Seaboard Marine Recognized for Economic Development

In an address to the media, various state and local elected officials gathered at PortMiami yesterday to discuss economic development and job creation in Florida. In attendance, along with Governor Rick Scott and Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez, was PortMiami Director Juan Kuryla who formally thanked Seaboard Marine for our part [...]

January 16, 201711:36 am

Now Offering Weekly Service to St. Lucia

Seaboard Marine is pleased to inform its valued customers of enhancements to our Miami, Florida Eastern Caribbean ocean freight service. The vessel rotation will now include a new port call at Castries, St. Lucia. The new weekly service is support by two container ships that will commence Thursday, January 26th, [...]

January 6, 201710:45 am

Now Offering Weekly Northbound Service from Callao, Peru to the U.S.

Seaboard Marine is pleased to announce that commencing January 15, 2017, weekly northbound service is available from Callao, Peru to ports in the following United States cities; Miami, Florida, Houston, Texas, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Brooklyn, New York and Newark, New Jersey. The weekly service is supported by dedicated vessels with fast, reliable [...]

December 30, 201611:53 am

Seaboard Marine Earns U.S. AQUA Lane Certification

Seaboard Marine’s terminals at Miami and Houston recently became certified by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) as part of its new Marine Port Terminal Operator (MPTO) designation, known as the AQUA Lane program. After inspectors had vetted our facilities at PortMiami and Houston, it was determined that Seaboard Marine [...]

November 30, 201611:56 am

New Improved Service to Trinidad and Barbados from the North Atlantic

Seaboard Marine has recently upgraded its service to Trinidad and Barbados from our North Atlantic Ports in Philadelphia, Newark and Brooklyn. Effective immediately, our southbound service from the North Atlantic will connect with our Caribbean Service to provide fast, reliable transit to Point Lisas, Trinidad, and Bridgetown, Barbados. Stephen Bell, [...]

November 1, 201612:06 pm

Launching New Service from Paita, Peru to the United States

Seaboard Marine is pleased to announce it will launch a new service from Paita, Peru to the United States December 6, 2016. The weekly service is supported by dedicated vessels with fast, reliable transits to Miami, FL, Houston, TX, Philadelphia, PA, Brooklyn, NY and Newark, NJ. Piero Buitano, Seaboard Marine [...]

October 7, 20169:30 am

PortMiami Re-Opens After Matthew

(Updated October 7, 2016 | 2:00 PM Eastern)   Seaboard Marine wishes to advise our valued customers of the impact of Hurricane Matthew to our vessels and operations. We are taking all appropriate steps to ensure the safety of our personnel and vessel crews, as well as your cargo. We [...]

August 5, 20164:44 pm

Seaboard Marine Partners with Ecuadorian Plantain Producers

Seaboard Marine and Citikold, agents for Seaboard Marine in Ecuador, recently held a workshop with local plantain producers and exporters in El Carmen, Manabí, Ecuador. The workshop was conducted by Seaboard Marine’s highly-trained technicians to share basic knowledge of refrigerated container operations.  Participants had an opportunity to get hands-on experience [...]

July 20, 201610:29 am

Seaboard Marine Expands Services from Mexico

Leer esto en español Seaboard Marine is pleased to announce the launching of a new direct. weekly service commencing Friday, July 22, 2016 from the ports of Altamira, Veracruz, and Progreso, Mexico to Kingston, Jamaica and Rio Haina, Dominican Republic. The expanded service adds connectivity to major ports in the [...]