Foss Maritime Unveils New Web Site

Thursday, November 02, 2006
Foss Maritime Company, a Seattle-based marine services company specializing in worldwide marine transportation and logistics, announced that it is launching an updated web site at www.foss.com. The web site will feature a new logo—the first new Foss logo in over twenty years. Foss has announced a number of new developments over the past year, most recently announcing Gary C. Faber as its new President & COO. Other developments included expansion into the US East Coast with the acquisition of Constellation Tug Company; improved range of services to include marine logistics and full-service naval architecture with the acquisition of Harbor Marine Group; and an enhanced focus on safety and the environment with the hire of its first Vice President of Health, Safety, Quality and Environment.

The new site offers customers a more comprehensive view of the complete range of Foss services—from assisting a single vessel into its berth in a harbor close to home, to managing the air-water-land logistics of a complex international project, to building new leading-edge vessels at its shipyard. The web site development and company branding and logo design work was completed by Seattle-based marketing consulting firm, Aukema & Associates.

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