John S. Hollett Joins Crowley Maritime
John S. Hollett has joined Crowley Maritime Corporation's Caribbean Division as marketing manager, bulk commodities, according to a recent announcement by Robert G. Homan, Jacksonville, Fla., senior vice president of the division.
In his new position, Mr. Hollett is r e s p o n s i b l e f o r marketing Crowley's bulk petroluem services on the U.S. Gulf and East Coasts. Crowley operates 125,000- barrel barges carrying clean and black oil products, as well as other liquid or dry commodities.
These barges carry up to five different grades of oil at one time, segregating the cargo into 5,000, 10,000, or 15,000-barrel tanks.
Mr. Hollett was previously director of marketing for Saudi Arabia T r a n s p o r t Organization, Ltd., a Crowley j o i n t venture based in Damman, Saudi Arabia.
Bulk commodities services are a function of Crowley Towing and Transportation, which o p e r a t es t u g s , oil b a r g e s and flat-deck barges in Caribbean contract movements. Crowley's Caribbean operations also include Trailer Marine T r a n s p o r t Corporation, which provides ro/ro trailer service between the U.S. mainland and Puerto Rico; Gulf Caribbean Marine Lines, which provides pass/pass warehouse barge service between the U.S. mainland and the Caribbean; and CTMT, Inc., and Interisland Intermodal Line, which operate feeder services to many ports throughout the Caribbean.
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