History

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SAAM Towage acquires 70% ownership of Intertug,

entering the Colombian market, strengthening its position in the Caribbean and strengthening its regional leadership.

2020

SAAM Towage agrees to acquire 70% ownership of Intertug,

for its operations in Colombia, Mexico and the Caribbean.
2020

October 30th SAAM Towage is born,

using one common operating model, name and image for SAAM’s nine towage operations in the Americas.
2019

SAAM closes a deal to acquire the entire joint operation with Boskalis.

2019

The first Tier III tug in our fleet

and in Canada begins to operate at the Ridley Island Propane Export Terminal (RIPET).
2019

First regional towage contract is signed.

2018

SAAM Towage in Chile is recognized by Huella Chile

for measuring and verifying its greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).
2018

Since this year, we are part of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index Chile

and since 2018 from DJSI MILA.
2016

Work begins with Consorcio Puente Chacao

to provide support to construct a bridge that will join the Island of Chiloé with continental Chile.
2014

Joint operations with SMIT Boskalis

begin in Brazil, Panama, Mexico and Canada, enabling us to enter two new markets (Canada and Panama).
2014

Sociedad Matriz SAAM S.A.

Is formed as a spin-off of CSAV.
2012

Towage operations begin in Costa Rica and Guatemala.

2006

Company enters Brazil (Tug Brasil).

2005

Operations start in Mexico.

1996

Operations begin in Ecuador

With the formation of Ecuaestibas.
1995

SAAM is formed.

1961

Operations start in Uruguay.

1994

First tug is constructed: Mataquito.

1962