Increased responsibilities have been given to three executives in the Caribbean Division of Crowley Maritime Corporation as a result of R.D. Carter's resignation from the company on November 11, according to a recent announcement by Leo L. Collar, president of CMC's Offshore Group, San Francisco, Calif.
Robert Homan has been appointed general manager of Trailer Marine Transport Corporation, George Hutton has been appointed general manager of Gulf Caribbean Marine Lines, Inc., and Elmer Keller has been appointed general manager of Crowley operations within the Caribbean.
Messrs. Homan, Hutton and Keller were previously managers for these respective operations, but will now take on expanded responsibilities of directing the overall operation of each, as well as day-to-day operations.
Mr. Carter had served as president of Crowley's Caribbean Division, overseeing the operations of Trailer Marine Transport Corporation, Gulf Caribbean Marine Lines, Inc., Interisland Intermodal Line, CTMT, Inc., and other common carrier operations in the Gulf and Caribbean areas.
Crowley Maritime Corporation has been operating in the Gulf and Caribbean since 1971 when it introduced its mammoth oceangoing barges into service from Florida to Puerto Rico and from the West Gulf Coast to Puerto Rico.
John Ducich has been appointed director of marketing/ contract transportation for the Caribbean Division of Crowley Maritime Corporation, San Francisco, Calif., according to a recent announcement by Leo L. Collar, CMC Offshore Group president. The appointment is part of an expansion of Crowley's
Crowley Maritime Corporation's Caribbean Division has relocated its New York marketing office to expanded quarters at One World Trade Center, Suite 4903, New York, N.Y. 10048. Telephone numbers at the new location are (212) 466-1922 and (800) 221-5100. The World Trade Center office is headquarters for
Ted Ellis has joined Crowley Maritime Corporation's Caribbean Division, Jacksonville, Fla., as director of sales, according to a recent announcement by Robert G. Homan, senior vice president of the division. Mr. Ellis was formerly vice president for one of the nation's largest surface freight
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. named Jack Williams president and chief operating officer of Royal Caribbean International and Celebrity Cruises. In his new role, Williams, previously president of Royal Caribbean International, will manage the day-to-day operations of both cruise lines. The two lines will
The Texaco Caribbean, a very large crude carrier (VLCC) of 269,800 deadweight tons, built for the fleet of Texaco Panama Inc. by IHI (Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd.), was christened recently in ceremonies at the IHI shipyard in Kure, Japan. The vessel was delivered last month and
Four key appointments have been made in Crowley Maritime Corporation's Caribbean Division, according to a recent announcement by Robert G. Homan, Jacksonville, Fla., Crowley senior vice president and general manager of the division. David N. Messer has been appointed to the new position of vice pres
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
Moody's Investors Service downgraded Royal Caribbean's senior unsecured debt ratings reflecting higher than anticipated debt levels associated with the company's shipbuilding program, and a weaker price environment that may continue given the capacity expansion projected for the industry overall
Crowley Maritime Corporation's recent purchase of assets of Coordinated Caribbean Transport, Inc. (CCT) from International Controls Corporation will "greatly strengthen Crowley's capability to serve its customers and markets," a senior officer of Crowley said. Commenting on the acquisition, Robert G.
truck trailers for its expanding- fleet of equipment, according to a recent announcement by Robert G. Homan, senior vice president of the Caribbean Division of Crowley Maritime Corporation. Some 250 high-cube drop-frame trailers are on order, which will be among the largest available in the
Royal Caribbean Cruise Line recently announced the signing of contracts for an additional three vessels. The three, plus another now under construction in France, will give Royal Caribbean an eight-vessel fleet. The new vessels, to be named the Nina, the Pinta, and the Santa Maria, are two tenders
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.S) Company (Shell) to deliver LNG as ket and in many other applications where simplifcation and cost a fuel source to various ports in Florida and the Caribbean. reduction are the focus. We are delighted to be working with Shell to enable LNG to meet fast-growing global demand.” For many years, and when
kind among barges. economical fuel alternative for marine bunkering and for export Pivotal is after a much broader constituency. “Pivotal is com- to the Caribbean,” said Lalani. “It represents the start of Eagle mitted to transforming the nation’s energy landscape by leading LNG’s plans to build LNG infrastructure
, a marine jetty and road tanker-loading bay. It will supply and vehicle trade and shipping. Eagle LNG’s Talleyrand LNG LNG for power generation to the Caribbean Islands plus domestic Bunker Station at JaxPort began delivering weekly bunker Jan. fuel and power markets, according to company statements 9
ships including Carnival (its Aida, Costa and Carnival mitigation strategies, safe guards, personnel training, and opera- Cruise brands), Disney, Royal Caribbean, MSC Cruises, TUI, tional doctrine was established to ensure a safe and secure op- Hurtigruten, Norwegian Yacht Voyages and Ponant Cruise Lines
it slid down the side of an underwater mountain. USS Grunion (SS-216) was a Gato-class submarine commissioned on April 11, 1942. On her way through the Caribbean to her ? rst posting in Pearl Harbor she rescued 16 survivors from USAT Jack, which had been torpedoed by a U-boat. Her ? rst war patrol was
U.S. West Coast and on Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs), a backslide in the East Coast’s traf- additional LNG trains to follow. U.S. moving towards Caribbean load ports. like the big ore carriers, they are far too ? c gains. Joshua Hurwitz, Senior Con- Department of Energy data reveals ex- The Canal
and chief executive of? cer. began his shipbuilding career in 1990 Collins. Menoyo has been named vice Connor, the former Global CEO president, Caribbean logistics. Col- of Wallenius Wilhemsen Logistics as a test engineer in the Los Angeles- class submarine construction program, lins has been appointed
wheelhouse and captain’s quarters are on the second deck. Grand Master II is the ? rst of three 190-foot landing crafts the shipyard is build- ing for Caribbean customers. As part of an ongoing process to ensure that the Vane Brothers ? eet remains as safe, modern, and productive as possible, work has
commercial work. Over time, we We have also seen increased competition for those vessels became less practiced in doing Naval “NAVSEA” vessels in the Caribbean area and the vessel owners are able to and more accustomed to commercial ”Auxiliary USNS/ MARAD/MSC” vessels. However; we see changes ahead reposition
the Detyens Shipyards were divided into right place, positioned conveniently near the busy separate pro? t centers, Loy Jr. was promoted to Pro? t Caribbean, the northeast corridor and the Gulf Coast, Center Manager of the Wando facility. In 2002 he was vessels of opportunity has to be a big part of
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profusion of projects has become routine for ZPMC USA in its third full year as of? cial service provider for ZPMC North America in the U.S. and Caribbean. ZPMC handles all of it in house. Beyond this, the ? rm has opened six U.S. service centers. Each service center serves as a central location
, as well as OSVs, is building another small vessel for the Galapagos to be delivered next year to boutique operator Silversea (also part of Royal Caribbean) already operating its Silver Galapagos - built 2012. The new- fincantierimarinegroup.com build, Silver Origin, is also designed for 100 passengers
Cruises, part of the Royal and building many smaller cruise ves- “experiences” unlike industrial shipping the high-end marketplace (where well- Caribbean family, made a commitment sels (up to 200 passengers) for years, in businesses (or even conventional ferry heeled travelers may endure harsh con-
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this time. The brand will de- there,” said Prothero. The cruise yachts and an upper level terrace. they should simply translate to our daily but in the Caribbean, with the ? rst two will be able to call at cities like Chicago With less miles in a typical voyage, lives. From the outset we believed the
, down period than most cruise ships, delivery is expected for year end with the ? rst cruise de- CEO, The Ritz-Carlton parting Fort Lauderdale for the Caribbean in February, 2020. The build cost of the vessel was Yacht Collection. not disclosed. Photo: Douglas Prothero, Chief Executive Of? cer The Ritz-Carlto