Seabulk Branches Out To Transhipment With New Office

Thursday, September 07, 2000
Seabulk Systems has opened a new office in Montreal to handle transhipment opportunities on the U.S. and Canadian East Coast. A new-patented Capesize vessel unloader (SCU) will be used to unload Cape bulkers and a unique 10,000dwt self-unloader will be used for loading into Panamax/Cape ships.

Captain John D. Pace has been appointed vice president, Marine Operations to manage Seabulk's Montreal operations. Captain Pace was involved in various aspects of self-unloading bulk carrier operations for more than 20 years at Canada Steamship Lines, most recently as vice president, Fleet Management.

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