Company Overview of Crowley Maritime Corporation
Crowley Maritime Corporation provides marine, transportation, and logistics solutions. The company offers shipping, and freight forwarding and project logistics services; liquefied natural gas transportation, fuel sale and distribution, and petroleum and chemical transportation services; ship management, and harbor ship assistance and tanker escort services; and marine salvage, wreck removal, and emergency response services. It provides marine solutions in the areas of project management, heavy lift barge transportation, ocean towing, engineering consulting, vessel design and engineering, construction management, offshore engineering, and naval architecture aspects. The company offers its se...
9487 Regency Square Boulevard
Jacksonville, FL 32225
Founded in 1892
Key Executives for Crowley Maritime Corporation
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President and Chief Operating Officer
Senior Vice President and Controller
Vice Chairman of the Board and Executive Vice President
Vice President, General Counsel and Assistant Secretary
Senior Vice President and General Manager of Petroleum Services
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Crowley Maritime Corporation Key Developments
Crowley Maritime Corporation and Panasia Co., Ltd Announce Ballast Water Treatment Partnership
Oct 14 15
Crowley Maritime Corporation and Panasia Co. Ltd. announced the signing of a strategic partnership agreement for ballast water treatment systems to be installed during retrofitting of Crowley vessels. The agreement includes technical services, engineering, integration, commissioning, training, scheduled delivery and spare parts. Panasia GloEn-Patrol treatment system utilizes a filter to remove 50 micron or larger size organisms and medium-pressure UV lamps to disinfect smaller organisms. The GloEn-Patrol models treat from 50 to 6,000 cubic meters of ballast water per hour. They have IMO-type approval and certification from many classification societies including American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) and DNV GL, and U.S. Coast Guard Alternate Management Systems (USCG AMS) for non-hazardous areas such as engine rooms, and explosion proof models for installation in areas such as the main decks of articulated tug barges (ATBs) and tankers.
Crowley Maritime Corp. Wins $130 Million Management Contract by Military Sealift Command for ROCON Fleet
Oct 5 15
Crowley Maritime Corp.'s government services group has been awarded a new technical management contract for five U.S. government-owned, Military Sealift Command Roll-On/Roll-Off and container ships. Under the approximately $130 million contract, the company will provide full turnkey operation and management of the fleet, including crewing and scheduled/unscheduled repair and dry-docking services initially for one year with four, additional one-year options. The turnover phase for the ships began on October 1. Of these five vessels, two will remain berthed in Jacksonville and three will be home ported in Norfolk all within the service area of it’s local offices. This contract will have a positive economic impact through the creation of several new jobs in both Jacksonville and Norfolk.
Crowley Wins Technical Management Contract for Six MSC Marine Prepositioning Ships
Aug 10 15
Crowley Maritime Corp.'s announced that a new technical management contract for six Military Sealift Command (MSC) Maritime Prepositioning Ships (MPS). Services provided by Crowley will be full turnkey operation and management of the fleet, including crewing, and scheduled and unscheduled repair and dry-docking. The turnover phase will begin in late September. These ships are used to preposition U.S. Marine Corps vehicles, equipment and ammunition throughout the world. Prepositioned ships in each squadron have sufficient equipment, supplies and ammunition to support about 17,000 personnel for 30 days, and are self-sustaining with cranes that enable them to unload their own cargo.
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