Help from Miami recently arrived to the Dominican Republic. Two containers filled with charitable resources provided by the community of Miami were donated and carried by Antillean Marine, with the help, aid and coordination of the offices of our Mayor Tomas Regalado. http://elnacional.com.do/alcaldia-de-miami-y-richmond-inte…/ https://www.facebook.com/antilleanmarineshipping/videos/502376606806453/Details
On November 21st, 2016 Antillean Marine and it’s Employees gathered canned goods through give miami day. Here is a snapshot of our donations drop off experience. We encourage all companies to help the local homeless community by donating. Camillus House.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month Beating cancer is not a personal battle. It becomes part of us by simply being a brother, a sister, a parent or a friend. Together we can win this battle by giving strength, courage and love to those we hold dear. We acknowledge the very existence of our foe “cancer”, and…Details
Two cargo shipping vessels add to Antillean Marine Shipping fleet capacity. M/V Pepin Express (2035 GRT/1168 NRT/205 TEUs; 295.2 feet in length; 45.1 foot beam; HP 2414) and M/V Sara Regina: 2035 GRT/1168 NRT/205 TEUs; 295.2 feet in length; 45.1 foot beam; HP 2414) will replace M/V Sara Express and M/V Rumba. The capacity of…Details
Miami, Florida — Miami based Antillean Marine Shipping Corp. is donating and shipping 10 containers to various organizations in order to help provide relief to Haiti – one of the main countries it serves – which has been significantly impacted by Hurricane Matthew. Read the full Press Release [PDF]Details