Connections Magazine

Winter 2012

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Contents In this Issue 8 A decade of visionary planning and development has yielded Crowley's newest class of ATBs – the 750 series. These petroleum vessels are BIGGER, SAFER and FASTER than other vessels of their kind, setting new industry benchmarks for safety and performance. Read on to see how the talented Crowley and Jensen Maritime experts brought these behemoths to life, and some of the industry leading features they had built in. 2 Having celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2011, naval architecture and marine engineering subsidiary Jensen Maritime today is on an impressive growth trajectory, adding services, talented staff and new offices, while adopting a wider world view of its market. Now a full-service firm, New Jensen offers customers the full package of naval architecture and marine engineering services, from concept phase through construction management, and beyond. Guatemalan produce grower DetPon has entrusted Crowley to help export its cargo for more than 15 years. Read on to learn about this enduring business relationship, and how Crowley is Delivering the Complete Package for DetPon, with efficient communications and dependable services. 16 To Optimize Supply Chain Offerings for Global Businesses, Crowley has transitioned its Jarvis International subsidiary into the company and added project logistics and global freight management to the company's portfolio of services. This allows Crowley to provide transportation and logistics solutions for any sized cargo anywhere in the world. Publisher Carl Fox amelia.smith@crowley.com Managing Editor Amelia P. Smith bryant.hardwick@crowley.com Art Director Bryant Hardwick mark.miller@crowley.com Executive Editor Mark Miller Step into the world of several employees whose jobs are as diverse as the company's portfolio of business. In fact, these employees may just have CROWLEY'S COOLEST JOBS. Each day they perform the extraordinary in some of the most remote areas of the world, on the roughest waters known to man or high in the air. Step into the shoes of a TITAN diver, a Lo/Lo crane operator at Crowley's port terminal in Florida, and an AB/Cook in Alaska, and find out just a few of the ways Crowley employees perform exceptional work in often challenging conditions. jenifer.kimble@crowley.com joelle.parra@crowley.com Jenifer Kimble Staff Writers Joelle Parra Contributing Writer Brian Gauvin CROWLEY 9487 Regency Square Boulevard Jacksonville, Florida 32225 1-800-CROWLEY (904) 727-2200 www.crowley.com 28 Follow Us On crowley.com/social 22 Connections Winter 2012 37 1

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