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M A TC LLISTER OWING 17 Battery Place - Suite 1200

New York, NY 10004

Telephone: (212) 269-3200

E-mail: Corporate@mcallistertowing.com

Chairman: Captain Brian A. McAllister

President: B. Buckley McAllister, Esq.

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McAllister Towing & Transportation operates a ? eet of McAllister Towing is one of the oldest and largest fam- more than 75 tugboats, crew boats and barges in 17 loca- ily-owned marine towing and transportation companies in tions along the U.S. East Coast from Portland, ME to San the nation. Founded in 1864, the company has served the

Juan, PR. The ? eet consists of 28 Z-Drive/ Tractor tugs, maritime community continuously, earning a reputation for 11 Tier II compliant tugs, 20 plus vessels involved in coast- excellence. Today, the company operates a balanced and ex- al towing and 35 ABS load line classed vessels. In each tensive ? eet of tugs, barges, and ferries in the major ports port, McAllister is engaged in ship docking, general harbor on the U.S. East Coast and in Puerto Rico. Captain Brian towing, coastal towing and bulk transportation. The ? rm A. McAllister is the President and a great-grandson of the has recently welcomed 3 new Z-Drive/ Tractor tugs as it founder, representing the fourth generation of McAllisters at continues to upgrade its already formidable ? eet. McAllis- the helm. Five McAllisters of the ? fth generation are also em- ter also owns and operates the Bridgeport & Port Jefferson ployed by the company. The Massachusetts Maritime Acad-

Steamboat Company that runs three passenger-car ferries, emy’s 2015 annual salute to the ‘Maritime Person of the Year’ each capable of carrying 1,000 passengers and 100 auto- most ? ttingly highlighted the McAllister family; speci? cally mobiles, between Bridgeport CT, and Port Jefferson NY. Brian McAllister, Buckley McAllister and Eric McAllister.

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M D C ONOUGH

Bernard P. McDonough created the company in 1945 by leasing barges from his construction company into the

M SARINE ERVICE marketplace. Through a series of new and used barge ad- 3500 N. Causeway Blvd, Ste 900 ditions, McDonough forged his company, expanding from

Metairie, LA 70002 the Ohio River to the Gulf of Mexico and eventually to the

Telephone: (504) 780-8100

E-mail: pstant@marmac.net

East Coast. His company was modeled around his funda-

Website: www.mcdonoughmarine.com mental philosophy of surrounding good equipment with

CEO/President: Patrick Stant very talented people. This recipe has yielded more than seven decades of dedicated service to its valued custom- ers’ marine transportation requirements. After 70 years, tions. The ? rm has of? ces in New Orleans, Houston, and

McDonough Marine Service continues Mr. McDonough’s legacy as a talented, family owned organization, serving Norfolk and has 41 employees.

exceptional clients with one of the largest ? eets of inland

T C :HE ASE and ocean spud, shale, hopper, and cargo barges in the

United States. McDonough Marine Service core services McDonough Marine Service has been the leader in are barge bareboat chartering, tugboat time charters, lump the deck, spud, and material barge chartering market in sum Project Cargo movements, and logistics management. the United States for 70 years. The ? rm operates a ? eet

These services are carried out by a modern ? eet of 600 of more than 600 barges with 15 ? eeting locations within barges and ? ve tugboats, dispatched from 15 ? eeting loca- Gulf of Mexico, Upper Rivers and East Coast.

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