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In a determined commitment to continue strengthening its presence in the Mexican fishing sector, the shipowner Maz Sardina SA de CV has announced the next construction of three new sardine vessels for the period 2020 - 2022. The new sardine vessels will be built at the SENAV shipyard, located in Mazatlán (Mexico), and will be named as Maz Sardina II, Maz Sardina III and Maz Sardina VI.
For this new adventure, Maz Sardina once again relies on the good technological work of TH COMPANY, which has equipped its last five sardine vessels with MARCO technology. Specifically, the company will be in charge of designing and developing the hydraulic system for the fishing gear, the manufacture and installation of the deck equipment and fishing machinery. To be highlighted the implementation of MARCO WS-266 purse seine winches and MARCO PB-42 Power Block, as well as the complete range of auxiliary deck winches.
Maz Sardina SA de CV, belongs to the Pinsa Group, considered one of the most important fishing groups in America with 14 production lines, refrigerators for the storage of raw materials with a capacity of 21,000 tons and one of the most important fishing fleets in the region.
This contract highlights Pinsa Group´s s trust on MARCO technology and continues to increase its market leadership in Latin America, region where over the last 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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