New York Boat Owner Calls Haley for Quick Response

Tuesday, August 17, 1999
One of the most basic equations for the owner of workboat is the old adage, "time is money." In fact, when that same workboat is in drydock, the formula is even easier: no work, no money. The more time needed for repairs, the less money that workboat can make. Chris Roerig, president of CR Harbour Towing and Transportation in Glen Cove, N.Y., understands the equation. So when one of his company's towboats was pulled from service for repowering with CAT 3512B diesel engines he wanted to get the right propulsion gears and get them installed correctly without any waste of time. That's when he called Haley Marine Gears. An original equipment manufacturer, Haley Marine Gears, located in Greenville, Miss., and Belle Chasse, La., is the largest exclusive manufacturer (800-6,000 hp) of marine propulsion systems in the U.S., engineering top-of-the-line gears, clutches and couplings for marine applications. Haley also enjoys a well-earned reputation for on-site repair service that is quick and technically correct. Haley's experience and reputation appealed to Roerig. "Haley Marine made the gears fit the vessel, and offered us a warranty on the customized gears," he says. "We needed the gears to fit in a certain space. They made the gears fit, and made them work." "It's something we do every day for our customers: Get them the right gears in the right place, as quickly as possible," says Kyle Haley, president of Haley Marine Gears. For the repowering of CR Harbour Towing's towboat, Haley Marine provided two Haley DRV-1711 hydraulic gear units, rated for 1,500 hp @ 1,600 rpm at a ratio of 6.02:1. The clutches were externally mounted wet disc clutches and carburized, precision-ground single helical gear elements, which were designed, engineered and manufactured by Haley. The couplings were Haley highly resilient torsional couplings. Roerig says the company's "willingness to fit our particular need and prompt technical service sets them apart from other gear manufacturing companies." "From the day we began business, we've always had a two-part goal," says Haley. "First, to be technically correct, and secondly, to satisfy our customers. That's what we strive for every single day." One of the most basic equations for the owner of workboat is the old adage, "time is money." In fact, when that same workboat is in drydock, the formula is even easier: no work, no money. The more time needed for repairs, the less money that workboat can make. Chris Roerig, president of CR Harbour Towing and Transportation in Glen Cove, N.Y., understands the equation. So when one of his company's towboats was pulled from service for repowering with CAT 3512B diesel engines he wanted to get the right propulsion gears and get them installed correctly without any waste of time. That's when he called Haley Marine Gears. An original equipment manufacturer, Haley Marine Gears, located in Greenville, Miss., and Belle Chasse, La., is the largest exclusive manufacturer (800-6,000 hp) of marine propulsion systems in the U.S., engineering top-of-the-line gears, clutches and couplings for marine applications. Haley also enjoys a well-earned reputation for on-site repair service that is quick and technically correct. Haley's experience and reputation appealed to Roerig. "Haley Marine made the gears fit the vessel, and offered us a warranty on the customized gears," he says. "We needed the gears to fit in a certain space. They made the gears fit, and made them work." "It's something we do every day for our customers: Get them the right gears in the right place, as quickly as possible," says Kyle Haley, president of Haley Marine Gears. For the repowering of CR Harbour Towing's towboat, Haley Marine provided two Haley DRV-1711 hydraulic gear units, rated for 1,500 hp @ 1,600 rpm at a ratio of 6.02:1. The clutches were externally mounted wet disc clutches and carburized, precision-ground single helical gear elements, which were designed, engineered and manufactured by Haley. The couplings were Haley highly resilient torsional couplings. Roerig says the company's "willingness to fit our particular need and prompt technical service sets them apart from other gear manufacturing companies." "From the day we began business, we've always had a two-part goal," says Haley. "First, to be technically correct, and secondly, to satisfy our customers. That's what we strive for every single day." One of the most basic equations for the owner of workboat is the old adage, "time is money." In fact, when that same workboat is in drydock, the formula is even easier: no work, no money. The more time needed for repairs, the less money that workboat can make. Chris Roerig, president of CR Harbour Towing and Transportation in Glen Cove, N.Y., understands the equation. So when one of his company's towboats was pulled from service for repowering with CAT 3512B diesel engines he wanted to get the right propulsion gears and get them installed correctly without any waste of time. That's when he called Haley Marine Gears. An original equipment manufacturer, Haley Marine Gears, located in Greenville, Miss., and Belle Chasse, La., is the largest exclusive manufacturer (800-6,000 hp) of marine propulsion systems in the U.S., engineering top-of-the-line gears, clutches and couplings for marine applications. Haley also enjoys a well-earned reputation for on-site repair service that is quick and technically correct. Haley's experience and reputation appealed to Roerig. "Haley Marine made the gears fit the vessel, and offered us a warranty on the customized gears," he says. "We needed the gears to fit in a certain space. They made the gears fit, and made them work." "It's something we do every day for our customers: Get them the right gears in the right place, as quickly as possible," says Kyle Haley, president of Haley Marine Gears. For the repowering of CR Harbour Towing's towboat, Haley Marine provided two Haley DRV-1711 hydraulic gear units, rated for 1,500 hp @ 1,600 rpm at a ratio of 6.02:1. The clutches were externally mounted wet disc clutches and carburized, precision-ground single helical gear elements, which were designed, engineered and manufactured by Haley. The couplings were Haley highly resilient torsional couplings. Roerig says the company's "willingness to fit our particular need and prompt technical service sets them apart from other gear manufacturing companies." "From the day we began business, we've always had a two-part goal," says Haley. "First, to be technically correct, and secondly, to satisfy our customers. That's what we strive for every single day." One of the most basic equations for the owner of workboat is the old adage, "time is money." In fact, when that same workboat is in drydock, the formula is even easier: no work, no money. The more time needed for repairs, the less money that workboat can make. Chris Roerig, president of CR Harbour Towing and Transportation in Glen Cove, N.Y., understands the equation. So when one of his company's towboats was pulled from service for repowering with CAT 3512B diesel engines he wanted to get the right propulsion gears and get them installed correctly without any waste of time. That's when he called Haley Marine Gears. An original equipment manufacturer, Haley Marine Gears, located in Greenville, Miss., and Belle Chasse, La., is the largest exclusive manufacturer (800-6,000 hp) of marine propulsion systems in the U.S., engineering top-of-the-line gears, clutches and couplings for marine applications. Haley also enjoys a well-earned reputation for on-site repair service that is quick and technically correct. Haley's experience and reputation appealed to Roerig. "Haley Marine made the gears fit the vessel, and offered us a warranty on the customized gears," he says. "We needed the gears to fit in a certain space. They made the gears fit, and made them work." "It's something we do every day for our customers: Get them the right gears in the right place, as quickly as possible," says Kyle Haley, president of Haley Marine Gears. For the repowering of CR Harbour Towing's towboat, Haley Marine provided two Haley DRV-1711 hydraulic gear units, rated for 1,500 hp @ 1,600 rpm at a ratio of 6.02:1. The clutches were externally mounted wet disc clutches and carburized, precision-ground single helical gear elements, which were designed, engineered and manufactured by Haley. The couplings were Haley highly resilient torsional couplings. Roerig says the company's "willingness to fit our particular need and prompt technical service sets them apart from other gear manufacturing companies." "From the day we began business, we've always had a two-part goal," says Haley. "First, to be technically correct, and secondly, to satisfy our customers. That's what we strive for every single day." One of the most basic equations for the owner of workboat is the old adage, "time is money." In fact, when that same workboat is in drydock, the formula is even easier: no work, no money. The more time needed for repairs, the less money that workboat can make. Chris Roerig, president of CR Harbour Towing and Transportation in Glen Cove, N.Y., understands the equation. So when one of his company's towboats was pulled from service for repowering with CAT 3512B diesel engines he wanted to get the right propulsion gears and get them installed correctly without any waste of time. That's when he called Haley Marine Gears. An original equipment manufacturer, Haley Marine Gears, located in Greenville, Miss., and Belle Chasse, La., is the largest exclusive manufacturer (800-6,000 hp) of marine propulsion systems in the U.S., engineering top-of-the-line gears, clutches and couplings for marine applications. Haley also enjoys a well-earned reputation for on-site repair service that is quick and technically correct. Haley's experience and reputation appealed to Roerig. "Haley Marine made the gears fit the vessel, and offered us a warranty on the customized gears," he says. "We needed the gears to fit in a certain space. They made the gears fit, and made them work." "It's something we do every day for our customers: Get them the right gears in the right place, as quickly as possible," says Kyle Haley, president of Haley Marine Gears. For the repowering of CR Harbour Towing's towboat, Haley Marine provided two Haley DRV-1711 hydraulic gear units, rated for 1,500 hp @ 1,600 rpm at a ratio of 6.02:1. The clutches were externally mounted wet disc clutches and carburized, precision-ground single helical gear elements, which were designed, engineered and manufactured by Haley. The couplings were Haley highly resilient torsional couplings. Roerig says the company's "willingness to fit our particular need and prompt technical service sets them apart from other gear manufacturing companies." "From the day we began business, we've always had a two-part goal," says Haley. "First, to be technically correct, and secondly, to satisfy our customers. That's what we strive for every single day."

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