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Schottel solutions selected for Crowley’s eWolf tug

The first all-electric tug to be built and operated in the U.S., Crowley’s eWolf, will be equipped with several Schottel systems. As part of the fully integrated electrical package, Schottel is supplying

Fast food and mental health for maritime

Fast food & mental health

By Emily Reiblein, Crowley Transportation workers push long hours, slipping in snacks and meals whenever an opportune moment arises. Grabbing a quick bite of fast food can seem like a good option,

Megan Davidson

Crowley appoints chief people officer

Crowley has appointed Megan Davidson as chief people officer to lead the people, labor and culture strategy across its enterprise. In this role as part of the company’s senior leadership team, Davidson

Tugboat Argena

Crowley to charter in powerful Tier IV tug

Crowley Maritime’s ship assist and escort services group has agreed to charter its third Tier IV ship assist tug, Athena. Athena follows sister ships Hercules and Apollo from builder Diversified Marine and

Crowley Nico De Golia on Sustainability

10 minutes with Crowley’s Nico De Golia on sustainability

As the maritime industry focuses more and more on sustainability and all that it entails, mental and physical wellbeing included, we wanted to reach out to someone who is setting the bar

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Crowley’s all electric tug will have Corvus battery system

Corvus Energy reports that it has been selected by ABB Marine & Ports to supply the energy storage system for Crowley Maritime Corporation’s all-electric tug eWolf. The vessel will be installed with

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55,000 barrel ATB joins Crowley fleet

Crowley reports that it recently took delivery of its new 55,000-barrel, articulated tug-barge (ATB), the Aurora / Qamun. The 410-foot vessel is the second ATB in Crowley’s fleet, after the Aveogan /

Offshore wind safety training instructor with student

Crowley inks MOU on offshore wind safety training

Crowley has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with RelyOn Nutec to enhance the availability of offshore wind safety training across the U.S. The strategic partnering pairs leading Jones Act maritime solutions

5 minutes with new EBDG president Robert Ekse

In April, Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) announced the appointment of Robert Ekse to president and a principal of the naval architecture and marine engineering company. His background includes a 30-year career

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Crowley fuels ship assist tug with low carbon biofuel

Crowley Shipping and Shell Trading (US) Company (“STUSCO”) recently began using a low carbon biofuel to power the Crowley tugboat Veteran, a ship assist and escort tug serving the Bay of San

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