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MARCO has supplied a new purse seine winch to Hersea shipowner, which belongs to Grupo Procesa, South Mexico´s biggest tuna producer. MARCO will replace Conquista vessel´s existing purse winch by a WS-456 winch model to improve vessel´s performance. The Conquista, previously named as Conquest, was built in 1973 at the Campbell Industries Shipyards in the United States of America, becoming their 93rd vessel construction. This purse seiner is a 68.5 meters long tune vessel with a 12.2 meters beam and a fish hold volume of 1145 m3.
The WS-456 purse winch model, driven by four double-speed radial piston motors and a higher hydraulic input power, will provide a higher versatility in manoeuvres and help to improve vessel´s tuna catches.
Grupo Procesa is Southwest Mexico´s biggest tuna producer and the third largest tuna company in Mexico. The company has recently increased its vessel fleet, thanks to the acquisition of various purse seine vessels from the Herdez Group, as a clear commitment to continue consolidating its position as one of the most important tuna companies in Mexico.
This new contract consolidates MARCO as one of the most trusted technology suppliers of the fishing industry in Mexico and reinforces company´s market leadership in Latam, region where over the past years TH COMPANY has inaugurated different offices in Mexico, Ecuador and Peru to provide a closer and a better service to its customers.
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