Crowley Maritime Corporation is one of the most accomplished marine solutions, transportation and logistics companies in the world. Since the company’s founding in 1892, Crowley has built a reputation for being able to safely and reliably move large, extraordinary vessels, structures and cargo by water – from offshore drilling rigs to imperiled cargo vessels, and everything in between – thanks to the company’s unrivaled expertise, highly qualified personnel and specialized equipment.
With one of the most extensive fleets of ISM/ISO 9002 certified vessels in the world at its disposal, Crowley offers innovative solutions to seemingly impossible problems, especially those in remote locations, treacherous sea conditions and/or hostile climates.
Using its powerful ocean-going tugs, and large tank and deck barges, Crowley provides – as a company service and through its membership in Marine Response Alliance – a diverse suite of emergency response and marine salvage services, including rescue towing, salvage, lightering, fendering, and firefighting on every U.S. coast. Crowley has pulled grounded ships off reefs and beaches, scuttled abandoned vessels, rescued drifting vessels, and helped contain and clean up oil spills around the world.
Crowley has established the Environmental, Safety and Quality Assurance Management System with documented procedures to ensure that “work will be done right the first time, every time.”
For more information about Crowley, visit www.crowley.com.
Industrial Emergency Services, LLC
Industrial Emergency Services, LLC (IES) is an industry leader in providing emergency preparedness, response and related safety services.
We have been working with our customers to protect their people and property for over 13 years in the United States and abroad. We pride ourselves on the breadth and depth of our abilities and knowledge, as well as our responsiveness.
Our services include outsourced industrial and flammable liquid firefighting and EMT basic/intermediate, rescue standby, emergency response planning, safety training, and inspection of firefighting systems.
For more information about IES, visit www.iesllc.com.
Marine Pollution Control
Founded in the 1960s, Marine Pollution Control has pioneered the use of emergency high-capacity pumping systems as a strategic technology in support of marine casualty salvage operations and pollution response. Today, the company maintains 35 systems at 20 ports in the US and overseas, all of which are owned and dedicated resources ready to respond around the clock.
The company’s high-volume, high-head hydraulic pumps are capable of transferring viscous oils, water and hazardous chemicals including low-flash products, acids and caustics. The systems are also capable of firefighting support operations and MPC has positioned two or three-turret, foam-educating fire monitors and pneumatic marine fenders at most of its equipment locations.
Capable of being rapidly transported, MPC’s emergency lightering systems provide a vital resource to the shipping industry for compliance with OPA ’90’s lightering requirements.
“The Exxon Shipping Team was impressed with the rapid and safe removal of the oil from the stricken tanker by Marine Pollution Control” —Donald Cornet, Former Senior Manager at Exxon
Classes and Training Services:
OSHA 1910.120 HAZWOPER Courses (8-hour, 24-hour and 40-hour)
Equipment Deployment (Booming, Recovery Techniques, etc.)
Incident Command System Training
Confined Space Entry, Attendant, Supervisor & Rescue
WMD and Biohazard Awareness
For more information please visit: http://www.marinepollutioncontrol.com.
McAllister Towing & Transportation is one of the oldest and largest marine towing and transportation companies in the United States. McAllister operates a fleet of more than 75 tugboats and barges in 17 locations along the U.S. East Coast from Portland, ME to San Juan, PR.
McAllister’s combined 100,000-horsepower fleet of consists of 25 Z-Drive/ Tractor tugs, 6 Tier II compliant tugs, more than 20 vessels involved in coastal towing and 35 ABS load line classed vessels. The McAllister family has been an innovative force in marine transportation for over 140 years.
McAllister works in partnership with the largest liner and tanker fleets in the world. Whether it is docking, undocking or assisting your vessel in any way, McAllister provides unsurpassed service.
McAllister tugs will safely assist all types of vessels from the largest carriers to the smallest freighters and with a tractor tug in every port.
McAllister is prepared for the New-Panamax size ships. McAllister has a balanced fleet, including Z-drive tractor tugs in every port as well as conventional twin-screw tugs, flanking rudder tugs, along with their experienced crews and 24-hour dispatchers McAllister is ready to handle any job at any time.
For more information: http://www.mcallistertowing.com.