Goldston Shipbuilding To Build Supply Vessel For Jackson Marine

Goldston Shipbuilding Corporation of Corpus Christi, Texas, announced it has signed a contract with Jackson Marine Corporation of Aransas Pass, Texas, for the construction of a supply vessel.

This contract represents Goldston's entry into the supply boat market.

The vessel will be a 160-foot by 38-foot by 14-foot offshore supply boat powered by Caterpillar 3512 main engines.

William Goldston, president of Goldston Shipbuilding Corporation, has also announced that it is completing its expansion program to enable the shipyard to construct up to 200-foot vessels.

Nearing completion at the Ingleside facility is a 75-foot offshore tug and several 120-foot deck barges.

Goldston Shipbuilding Corporation is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Goldston Corporation of Corpus Christi. The 30-year-old multipurpose engineering-construction firm is engaged in a wide variety of engineering and construction activities, including docks, marine terminals, plant maintenance and general contracting.

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