Seaboard Marine

Seaboard Marine

Seaboard Marine is an ocean transportation company that offers regular services between the United States and the Caribbean Basin, Central and South America. Incorporated in 1983, the Miami, Florida-based ocean carrier is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Seaboard Corporation, a global agribusiness and transportation company.

Seaboard Marine operates a fleet of more than 30 vessels serving over 35 ports in 25 countries. The company also owns 55,000 dry, reefer, and specialized containers. The ocean carrier offers weekly services to Chile, Perú, Ecuador, Venezuela, Trinidad, Colombia and all of Central America from Houston, as well as Haiti, Jamaica, and the Dominican Republic from Brooklyn, and Central America weekly from New Orleans.

ZIM San Francisco.
29 Nov 2018
The combined US import market share of the Top 5 US import carriers slipped 0.3 percentage points to 58.1 percent from January through September, while the Top 5’s US export share fell 0.8 percentage points to 58.4 percent, according to data from PIERS, a sister product of JOC.com.
02 Aug 2017
Seaboard, which specializes in Caribbean, Central America, and South American trades, is Miami’s largest carrier.
Seaboard Marine containers
05 Nov 2013
Decreased cargo rates and lower volume year-over-year drove revenue drops at Seaboard Marine in the third quarter of 2013, according to Seaboard Corp., the parent company.
30 Oct 2013
Crowley Maritime’s liner services group and Seaboard Marine have entered into a vessel-sharing agreement in the South Florida-Costa Rica-Panama trade.
03 Oct 2013
Crowley Maritime has launched a new, six-month pilot program that allows for the clearance of cold-treatment perishables...
Bilevel automobile container used by Seaboard Marine.
18 Mar 2013
Seaboard Marine has begun using new bilevel automotive containers to handle shipments of automobiles to the Dominican Republic and Jamaica.
06 Mar 2013
The member carriers of the Caribbean Shipowners Association will implement a port congestion surcharge for all full container load shipments moving between the continental U.S. and St. John’s, Antigua, starting March 31.
29 Jan 2013
Seaboard Marine has received 340 new 40-foot refrigerated high-cube containers, and is set to receive 334 more 40-foot reefers in February, in preparation for the peak perishables season.
13 Nov 2012
Ocean transportation company Seaboard Marine plans to launch a weekly shipping service between the Port of Miami and Puerto Morelos in Mexico, commencing Nov. 15.
12 Nov 2012
The members of the Caribbean Shipowners Association recently announced general rate increases and peak season surcharges for 2013, including rates for Haiti, with the first GRI set to take effect on Feb. 24.
31 Jan 2012
Container throughput last year at the Port of New Orleans rose 11.6 percent to set a cargo record for the second straight year, as exports, particularly chemical and agriculture products, surged.
01 Sep 2011
The six-member Caribbean Shipowners Association said Thursday it will implement its planned peak season surcharge on southbound containers to all Caribbean destinations.
10 Aug 2011
Seaboard Marine posted an $11.1 million operating loss in the second quarter as rising volume and rates were offse
11 May 2011
Crowley and Seaboard Marine, members of the Florida-Bahamas Shipowners and Operators Association, plan to increase rates by $100 per 20-foot equivalent units.
21 Mar 2011
Crowley Maritime and Seaboard Marine, members of the Florida-Bahamas Shipowners & Operators Association, on Friday announced a two-step increase in bunker surcharges, to take effect on April 17 and Ma
21 Jan 2011
Crowley and Seaboard Marine, members of the Florida-Bahamas Shipowners & Operators Association, will increase their bunker surcharges on all imports and exports carried under all tariff and service co