First Choice Marine Supply in Charleston

Thursday, April 15, 2010

First Choice Marine Supply announces it now offers launch services in the Port of Charleston, South Carolina. First Choice now handles all scheduling and pricing of launch services including personnel, spares in transit or deck and engine supplies.

President Greg Nielsen said, “We are excited about this new expansion. Our company has been supplying services into Charleston for quite some time. This is one more step for us in our growing relationship with our customers in this market, which allows us to build on our reputation of quality and integrity at competitive prices.”

Available equipment includes 100 ft by 32 ft ramp barges, lugger tug and crew, and a 125 ton barge mounted crane. Services are naturally available 24/7. First Choice Marine Supply also has offices in Savannah, Georgia, Freeport, Bahamas and Tampa, Florida. First Choice Marine Supply is a full line ship chandler supplying ships throughout the Southeastern United States, Caribbean and parts of Central and South America.

www.FirstChoiceMarineSupply.com

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