Euro Marine Carrier
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Euro Marine Carrier B.V. is the short-sea operator in Europe, which specializes in marine transport of automobiles and rolling equipment.
The company is located in Amsterdam, Netherlands. EMC is a privately owned shipping company with three owners: Nissan Motor Car Carrier (51%), Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (24,5%) and Höegh Autoliners (24,5%).
EMC operates 15 vessels(as of December 2008) and two additional vessels will be added in 2010 and 2011.
EMC transported about 700,000 viechles in 2007.
On July 2011, EMC BV transferred its fleet to EML NV after changes of owner shares. The new company acting in the short sea is now named Euro Marine Logistics NV and is based at Meise, Belgium. EML NV is a privately owned shipping company with two owners: Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (50%) and Hoegh Autoliners (50%).
The fleet of EML NV is equivalent to 14 vessels (small, medium and large size PCC - PCTC). EML NV has a wide network in the short sea.
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