Höegh Autoliners is engaged in regional short sea transportation in Europe, East Asia and the Caribbean Sea.
Market and customer requirements have been the foundation for a series of investment in shortsea, terminals and land based logistics. A majority of these investments are through Joint Ventures with other companies who are specialists in their field, thus ensuring the highest level of competence and professionalism. Cooperation and integration between different modes in the supply chain provide efficiency and cost savings to the benefit of the end user.
Höegh Autoliners' shortsea initiatives are serving both Höegh’s deep sea services through pre- and on-carriage and take part in the growing intra-regional transports.
Euro Marine Logistics (EML) is a Joint Venture with Mitsui OSK Lines in Japan, owned 50/50. EML is one of the leading regional operators in Europe, and operates a fleet of about 15 vessels ranging from 800 vehicles to 4 900 vehicles. EML is headquartered in Brussels.
To learn more about EML's products and services, please visit EML's website.
With Höegh Autoliners Shortsea Americas we can offer our customers the most comprehensive network of RoRo services in the Caribbean region. Höegh Autoliners Shortsea Americas operates three services in intra Caribbean trades, serving a wide range of ports from Dégrad des Cannes, French Guiana in the south to Port Everglades, FL, USA in the north. The three vessels connect with each other and with Höegh Autoliners’ deep sea trades via dedicated hubs in Kingston, Jamaica and Pointe a Pitre, Guadeloupe, creating a vast network of ports that can be reached through its fortnightly service. Höegh Autoliners Shortsea Americas has offices in Panama City, Panama and Miami, Florida, USA.
For more information about Höegh Autoliners Shortsea Americas, please visit their page here