Company founded on November 9th.
- Company founded on November 9th.
Start of cargo operations
- Start of cargo operations on April 1st, loading and unloading approximately 400 containers on the CSAV ship Lonquimay.
Commenced pilotage and towage services.
- Start of operations at the Chimbote, Ilo, Matarani and Paita sites.
- Commenced pilotage and towage services.
- Tramarsa acquired its first tugboat with the addition of Punta Coles to the fleet in Ilo.
Began operations at the Salaverry site.
- Start of transfer and handling operations, based at zone 4 of the ENAPU facilities.
- Began operations at the Salaverry site.
- Acquired the first two container cranes – the stackers Orca and Barracuda.
Implemented first computer networks for sending electronic plans
- Implemented first computer networks for sending electronic plans, with the industry’s latest generation data transmission systems.
Took delivery of Sipán
- Took delivery of Sipán, the first new tugboat manufactured for Tramarsa in China. The company fleet now comprised 7 tugboats in total.
Start of operations at Pisco site.
- Start of operations at Pisco site.
- Fleet joined by Kuelap – the first azimuth tugboat operating in Peru, constructed in the shipyards of the Detroit Chile company.
- In December, launched sign-off systems On Line and Pagonet.
Inauguration of the Marine Services unit
- Acquired the barge Tramarsa, marking the inauguration of the Marine Services unit.
- In order to raise our standards, we completed ISO 9001:2000 certification for our Pilotage, Towage and Salvage services.
Bought 100% of the shares in the Pescaperú refinery in Ilo
- Bought 100% of the shares in the Pescaperú refinery in Ilo, transforming it into our Liquids Terminal in the south of the country.
Start of operations at Bayóvar site
- Fleet joined by Toquepala – the most powerful tugboat in the national fleet at this time).
- Completed ISO 9001:2000 certification for all business units – Agency, Stevedoring, Container Terminal, Equipment Hire and Marine Services.
- Start of operations at Bayóvar site, providing services to the Juan Pablo Quay company.
- Peru’s first group of female shipping workers employed at Tramarsa.
We obtain BASC certification nationwideCompleted BASC certification nationwide and ISPS certification for the Tramarsa Liquids Terminal (TLT)Acquired Peru’s first and only mobile crane operating at a multi-purpose terminal - in the Matarani Port Terminal (TISUR)
Completed OHSAS certification nationwide
- Company logo redesigned to its current version
- Commissioned the Islay, the first azimuth tugboat ever built in a Peruvian shipyard – constructed at the SIMA facilities in Callao. At the time, the Islay was also the most powerful tugboat in Peru.
- Completed OHSAS certification nationwide
Acquired the towage company Inversiones Navieras S.A. – INVERNA
- Acquired the towage company Inversiones Navieras S.A. – INVERNA
Began operations at new site in Supe
- Liquids Terminal expanded with the construction of 2 new tanks – one for alcohol and another for oil.
- Carried out the first pipe-laying operation for floating jetty.
- Began operations at new site in Supe
Continued expansion of Liquids Terminal (TLT)
- Continued expansion of Liquids Terminal (TLT) with construction of 2 additional alcohol tanks.
Association of Good Employers (ABE).
- Completed Marca de Garantía certification for the Port of Callao.
- Joined the Association of Good Employers (ABE).
Purchased a tanker for our Bunkering service in Callao
- Commissioned the construction of 3 more tugboats each with 55 tons of bollard pull – the Pakatnamú, the Naylamp and the Vichama. Taking delivery of these on September 1st 2011, we maintained our fleet’s status as the largest of its kind in Peru, with a total of 22 tugboats.
- Took delivery of 4 new launches, constructed in the Maggiolo shipyard, each boasting engine power of 360 HP. With these, the Tramarsa launch fleet now expanded to a total of 15 boats.
- Commenced operations in maritime support and off-shore platform maintenance.
- Purchased a tanker for our Bunkering service in Callao, adding another business unit to our operations.
Became the first company in the ports and shipping sector to carry the Marca Perú brand.
- In partnership with PPA Perú, commenced operations on the Marine Outfall for the company’s Taboada Water Treatment Plant, including laying the widest-diameter pipeline in the world.
- Became the first company in the ports and shipping sector to carry the Marca Perú brand.
- Diving Support Vessel Urubamba commenced operations in Talara in October 2011, providing services to the Savia company, including: diving support, installation and maintenance of jetties, impressed current installation at depth with gas mixture, and maintenance of underwater platforms.
- Continued to upgrade our fleet by purchasing 4 new launches.
- The tanker Tramax commenced operations – successfully completing the first ever fuel loading in the port of Callao.
- Following the awarding of the Callao North Quay concession to the port operator APM Terminals, Tramarsa was nominated as the principal stevedoring provider, being assigned more than 60% of the total cargo moving through this terminal.
Obtained ISO 28000 certification in Supply Chain Security
- Became part of the Patronato Peru 2021 group – an association of business owners working to turn Peruvian businesses into agents of change, in order to achieve sustainable development.
- Obtained ISO 28000 certification in Supply Chain Security, making us only the third Peruvian company to be certified, and the first in our sector.
- Became River Port Operators, on commencing operations in May at our Monte Blanco dock in Pucallpa – our 12th site in Peru.
- Fleet joined by new tanker the Lambayeque – the largest vessel in our fleet at that time. When this ship began operations in June, Tramarsa’s coverage became truly nationwide.
- Cynthia Francia became the first ever female captain of a Peruvian ship, taking leadership of the crew of Tramarsa’s Tramax tanker.
- Successfully completed refloating of the IXCATECA tugboat, which had sunk near to Ciudad del Carmen in the Gulf of Mexico. First international operation performed by Tramarsa’s Marine Services unit.
Fleet of 20 new trucks bought for container terminal
- Tramarsa’s most powerful tugboat – the Marcahuasi – arrived in Peru on March 25th
- First unloading of ENERSUR hydrocarbons in Ilo in May
- Expansion of diving operations
- Fleet of 20 new trucks bought for container terminal, for transport of goods to port terminals
We start operations at the headquarters of Zorritos
- Operated the barge Oro as part of the consortium for dock expansion.
- Start of operations at the Zorritos site on 13th March, providing a better service for crude oil cabotage.
- Start of transport operations at Callao’s new Minerals Terminal – now operated by Tramarsa.
- Acquisition of Diving del Peru S.A.C. – a nationwide diving services company
We start operations in a new headquarters
- Operated the barge Oro as part of the consortium for dock expansion.
- Fleet joined by new tugboat Pomac.