1962 - 1991
The Company started to offer a regular general cargo service between Argentina and Brazil.
We began to take an active participation in the international transportation of bulk cargo incorporating large bulk carriers.
Starting of a regular service from Argentina, Uruguay and Brazil to Mediterranean ports. Was the beginning of a completely new experience in which the company had to incorporate special vessels (multi-purpose – Containers dry and reefer, break bulk, liquid,etc.) Successful participation in the privatization of the State owned tugboat services.
Started to operate our regular liner service from Argentina to the American Continent West Coast from Chile to USA and Canada.
Started operating a regular service from the Far East to South America under the brand name Clan S.A. (Compania Latinoamericana de Navegacion S.A.). Clan S.A. headquarters are in Montevideo, Uruguay and is fully owned and controlled by Maruba.
The Company started to operate an independent service from River Plate to West Coast South America and Pacific North West.
A Joint Venture with Zim Lines commenced being Maruba one of the funded member. (JSA Service)
Servicios Multistore S.A. started operations in both Buenos Aires and Ushuaia as part of Maruba’s Group providing a full array of support services ranging from merchandise warehousing, cargo stuffing, stripping and storage to land transport, delivery services and container repairing.
Incorporation of Niver Lines as a full member of JSA Service.
Maruba started a new joint service called AMPAC (American Pacific) with Hamburg Sued (Germany) and TMM (Mexico) to cover all west Coast America trade from Chile to Canada.
Incorporation of Contship as a full member of JSA service.
CCNI (Chile) became a full member of the AMPAC service.
Lately this service has increased its covering to the Far East countries under the name of FEXAM (Far East Express America)
Incorporation of Italia di Navigazione as a full member of JSA Service.
Rodriguez Family took over 100% of Maruba shares.
Maruba started a fix day weekly service with with CCNI (Compania Chilena de Navegacion Interoceanica) covering Far East, Mexico and West Coast Central and South America.
Maruba withdrawn from the JSA Service launching a fix day weekly service with Costa Container Line and Grandi Tragheti – Gilnavi SRL.
Maruba cease the agreement with CCNI in the Far East West Coast Service, commencing a new fix day weekly service with CMA - CGM.
Maruba closed a new fix day weekly service agreement with CMA – CGM covering Far East East Coast South America commencing in May 2005.
Maruba started new weekly service SEAS Service with CMA-CGM and CSL from Far East to East Coast of North America.
Transpacific Service with the Americas Alliance together with USL and GWS
California Express Service from Manzanillo Mexico to Oakland, Long Beach and Ensenada.
ABEX services on P&O and CMA-CGM vessels from Brazil to the East Coast of North America.