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Photo: Judy Patrick opportunity for all four ocean class tugs to work together on a single job.


Subsidiary Carib Energy LLC received a 20-year, small-scale U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) export license for the supply, trnsportation and distribution of U.S.-sourced lique? ed natural gas (LNG) into Non-Free Trade Agreement (NTFA) countries in the Caribbean, Central and South


Construction began on the ? rst of two lique? ed natural gas (LNG)-powered, combination con- tainer - Roll-On/Roll-Off (ConRo) shipsfor use in the South Atlantic Puerto Rico trade

The third and fourth ocean class tugboats <96>

Ocean Sun and Ocean Sky were christened and entered the ? eet 2015

Crowley Maritime Corp. and Svitzer Salvage merge salvage divisions to create new company


The international and government ship manage- ment groups take on new technical management duties for a number of container ships, tankers,

MSC marine prepositioning ships the ROCON ? eet and the U.S. Navy’s T-AGOS/T-AGM ? eet.

Crowley acquires SeaFreight Line, SeaFreight

Agencies, and SeaPack to expand its liner and logistics services in the Caribbean Basin.

$48.5-million construction project for a new pier at its Isla Grande Terminal in San Juan, Puerto

Rico begins.

The ? rst two of four, new LNG-Ready Jones Act product tankers join the petroleum ? eet after construction at Philly Shipyard, Inc.

After two years of careful planning, engineer- ing and preparation, Crowley’s marine solutions team, with nearly 300 on-site workers and 20 support vessels, completed the successful in- stallation of customer Furie’s Kitchen Lights natural gas production platform and underwater pipeline in Cook Inlet, Alaska.


Crowley welcomes four more newly built, LNG- ready product tankers to its petroleum and chemical distribution ? eet.

Ace Fuels in Alaska joins the Crowley family.

For more information, visit Crowley’s 125-year interactive timeline at:

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