SEACOR Marine operates a diversified fleet of modern and efficient vessels, servicing the offshore oil and gas exploration, development, and production industry worldwide.
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Inland River Services owns, operates, invests in and markets river transportation equipment primarily used for moving agricultural and industrial commodities and chemical and petrochemical products, on the U.S. Inland River Waterways, primarily the Mississippi River, Illinois River, Tennessee River, Ohio River and their tributaries and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterways. Internationally, Inland River Services has operations on the Magdalena River in Colombia and noncontrolling interests in operations on the Parana-Paraguay River Waterways and in a transshipment terminal at the Port of Ibicuy, Argentina. In addition to its primary barge business, Inland River Services also owns, operates and invests in high-speed multi-modal terminal facilities for both dry and liquid commodities and provides a broad range of services including machine shop, gear and engine repairs and the repair and drydocking of barges and towboats at strategic locations on the U.S. Inland River Waterways.
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SEACOR’s ocean shipping and harbor towing subsidiary, SEACOR Ocean Transport, is an owner and operator of equipment engaged in oil transportation, bunkering, harbor towing, LNG terminal support, short sea shipping and logistics, and third-party ship management services.
Illinois Corn Processing (“ICP”) operates an industrial alcohol manufacturing, storage and distribution facility located in Pekin, Illinois. The Company owns a 70% interest in ICP. A flexible production platform and infrastructure enables ICP to produce, store, and distribute a variety of high quality alcohol used in the food, industrial, and petrochemical endmarkets as well as fuel grade ethanol. The capability to produce these specialized streams differentiates ICP from other fuel ethanol plants and positions it as a key supply partner to a broad customer base.
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SEACOR’s Other activities include emergency preparedness and crisis response management services to oil, chemical and marine transportation clients, and government agencies in the United States and abroad; investing in and building new businesses that help accelerate the transition from legacy petroleum-based fuels to cleaner fuels, such as natural gas; agricultural commodity trading and logistics primarily focused on the global origination, trading and merchandising of sugar, rice and industrial salt; business, lending and leasing activities and other non-controlling investments in various other businesses, primarily including industrial aviation services businesses in Asia.
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