Seattle, Wash., based Centerline Logistics reports that it has acquired Saltchuk Marine Services’ California ship refueling business, currently operated by Saltchuk subsidiary Foss Maritime Company. The expansion will see Centerline substantially grow
The Jamie Ann, the first of four new ASD-90 tugs constructed by Nichols Brothers Boat Builders for the Saltchuk group of companies, arrived Saturday in her new homeport of Long Beach, Calif.
Construction of the first of four Tier IV ASD 90 Tractor Tugs being built for Foss Maritime has begun with a keel laying ceremony held February 25 at Nichols Brothers Boat Builders
AUGUST 30, 2018 — The first of four new ocean-going tugs designed by Damen USA, and built by Louisiana-based Conrad Shipyard, has been delivered to Young Brothers, an independent subsidiary of Saltchuk
JULY 2, 2018 — The Kāpena Jack Young, the first of four new ocean-going tugs that will soon begin neighbor island service for Young Brothers, has been christened at Port Fourchon, LA.
JUNE 27, 2018 — Foss Maritime has kicked off a company-wide project to centralize fleet management and operations with the Helm Connect marine software platform developed by Victoria, BC, headquartered ClassNK subsidiary
JUNE 12, 2018 — Saltchuk group member TOTE Inc. has announced leadership changes in its TOTE Maritime division. Michael Noone, currently President of TOTE Maritime Alaska will transition and become President at
MAY 18, 2018 — The family-owned Saltchuk group of companies has announced that Tim Nolan has been named the next President and CEO of its TOTE Inc. subsidiary, the parent company to
MARCH 28, 2018 — Anthony Chiarello, President and CEO of TOTE Inc., has announced he will retire this summer, after nearly 39 years of service in the maritime industry in a number
AUGUST 17, 2017 — Saltchuk company TOTE has emerged as the hitherto unnamed “blue chip U.S. shipping operating company” with a letter of intent (LOI) to build up to four advanced new