Teppco Buys 47 vessels from TransMontaigne

Monday, June 15, 2009

Teppco Partners LP said it has purchased 19 boats and 28 barges from TransMontaigne Product Services Inc. for $50 million, according to a report on Forbes.com. Teppco said the new vessels will be used to deliver bunker fuels for cruise liners and cargo ships and fuel oil for power plants. The vessels will join Teppco's fleet along the U.S. inland waterway system and the Gulf of Mexico and are based in Miami, Mobile, Ala., and Houston.

 


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