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Ocean Transportation & Logistics Services

SEACOR’s ocean transportation & logistics services businesses, through SEACOR Ocean Transport, owns marine equipment operating in the U.S. coastwise trade transporting bulk liquids and dry cargo; operates vessels that support the global movement of U.S. food aid and military cargoes; and offers customers turnkey logistics and liner service solutions to move goods and materials from Florida into the Caribbean.

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Through all aspects of its operations, SEACOR Ocean Transport aims to provide its customers with safe, efficient, and reliable marine transportation solutions. In achieving this goal, SEACOR Ocean Transport is committed to investing in modern, efficient equipment and to implementing the best advances in technology to drive safety and efficiency.

Seabulk Tankers operates and bareboat charters U.S.-flag petroleum and chemical carriers. Seabulk Tankers has been trusted by its customers to operate in some of the most environmentally sensitive areas of the United States, from the pristine waters of Alaska to the Florida coast.

United Ocean Services operates two Jones Act dry-bulk carriers which support the cross-Gulf trade of fertilizer, phosphate rock, coal, and petroleum coke.

Seabulk Towing, SEACOR’s harbor and offshore towing group, is recognized by the towing industry as an established leader in harbor ship assist operations and offshore towing services. Founded on the basic principles of safety and service excellence, Seabulk Towing assists deep sea and coastal vessels during port calls, providing services along the Gulf Coast and Southeastern seaboard port system from Port Arthur, Texas to Cape Canaveral, Florida.

Seabulk Towing’s Advanced Rotortug® (“ART”) towing vessels, designed by Robert Allan Ltd., feature the unique triple Z-drive configuration, originally conceived and developed by KOTUG International BVof the Netherlands. Offering exceptional omni-directional maneuverability and control, with a redundant propulsion machinery configuration, the ARTseries offers enhanced performance for ship-handling, terminal support and vessel escort services.

The government cargo group, Central Gulf Lines, Inc. (“CGL”) and Waterman Steamship Corporation, two long-established U.S.-based shipping lines, charter and operate U.S.-flag vessels which are enrolled in the U.S. government’s Maritime Security Program. CGL’s four Pure-Car-Truck-Carriers (“PCTCs”) transport U.S. military cargo as well as commercial and U.S. government-impelled cargo.

The ship management group, Seabulk Fleet Management LLC, provides competitive, global ship management solutions to third-party vessel owners for all types of deep-sea vessels.

SEACOR Island Lines is engaged in Caribbean roll-on/roll-off liner and break-bulk shipping. SEACOR Island Lines provides full-service, timely, professional, and dependable transport solutions from the U.S. to the Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos, and from Puerto Rico to the U.S. and British Virgin Islands.

Joint ventures include: 

CG Rail Inc. (“CGR”), a joint venture with Genesee & Wyoming Inc., is a short line railroad that operates two rail ferries, each capable of loading 113 railcars. CGR has terminal operations in Mobile, Alabama, and Coatzacoalcos, Mexico, allowing railcars to access its ships and transit more quickly than overland routes from the U.S. and Canada to Mexico. CGR also has a full service rail car repair facility in Mobile.

Trailer Bridge, a joint venture, transports cargo weekly between Jacksonville, Florida and San Juan, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and the Virgin Islands.

Kotug Seabulk Maritime LLC (“KSM”), a joint venture between KOTUG International BV and Seabulk Towing, performs all terminal towage and bunkering operations for Borco Towing Company (a subsidiary of Buckeye Partners, L.P.) at their Buckeye Bahamas Hub (“BBH”) in Freeport, Bahamas. KSM’s four 2017 built tugboats, including two Rotortugs and two Stern Drives, and a bunker barge support BBH, which currently has over 26 million barrels of storage capacity and eight berths, including two VLCC-capable berths, making BBH the largest petroleum products storage terminal in the Western Hemisphere.

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