About ARC

American Roll-on Roll-off Carrier (ARC) is the leading U.S.-flag Ro-Ro carrier operating liner services in the International trades. ARC provides port-to-port and end-to-end transport of heavy vehicles, helicopters, Household Goods (HHG), Privately-Owned Vehicles (POV), and other equipment for the U.S. government and its various agencies. We also carry agricultural and construction equipment for developing nations, Federal Transit Administration public transportation cargoes, U.S. Export-Import Bank preference cargoes, and other commercial break-bulk and Ro-Ro business.

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ARC provides exceptional U.S.-flag international Ro-Ro shipping services, including related inland transportation and distribution capabilities

Our Services

ARC’s fleet is the most versatile U.S.-flag Ro-Ro fleet at sea today. In various configurations, ARC’s vessels can transport thousands of automobiles, trucks and military vehicles, as well as helicopters and break-bulk cargo. ARC also transports agricultural, construction and other high and heavy equipment for some of the world’s leading manufacturers.

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Latest News

Antwerp, Belgium – On 18 November 2020, American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier (ARC) loaded a 9/11 World Trade Center remembrance memorial on its U.S.-flag ship M/V Freedom. The model was created by 19-year old Dutch artist Daan Van Der Steijn (pictured right) and will be shown at multiple exhibitions in the United States, culminating in a […]

Baltimore, MD – American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier continues to support major American transit infrastructure projects, including the Amtrak Acela fleet recapitalization and the Maryland Transit Administration’s Purple Line service. Recently, ARC’s M/V ARC Independence delivered nine (9) rail car body shells at Dundalk Marine Terminal in Baltimore, Maryland. These Car Body Shells will be put […]

Paranagua, Brazil – American Roll-On Roll-Off Carrier’s M/V ARC Resolve discharged thirty Armored Command Post Carrier vehicles and accompanying accessories recently at the port of Paranagua, Brazil. The armored vehicles moved on ARC’s North America-South America service and will be used by the Brazilian Army. The U.S. Army from time to time deactivates some of […]