T&T Bisso, Foss Maritime Agreement

Thursday, March 25, 2010

T&T Bisso, provider of vessel emergency response, salvage and marine firefighting services, announced an exclusive cooperative services agreement with Foss Maritime Company. Foss Maritime, based in Seattle, offers maritime services and project management to customers across the Pacific Rim, Europe, South America and around the globe. “Foss’s extensive network of sister companies and partners positioned in North America and around the world will compliment T&T Bisso’s global strategies in providing professional, safe and results-oriented services conducted on or around the water,” said Tim Dickensheets, director of vessel response services for T&T Bisso.
 
T&T Bisso will use several Foss facilities throughout North America to position lightering and marine firefighting packages as part of the company’s strategy to comply with the United States Coast Guard Salvage and Marine Firefighting Regulations. T&T Bisso is working with Foss to revise the company’s vessel response plans, listing T&T Bisso as the primary provider to meet the salvage and marine firefighting services requirements under the new regulations. Collectively, Foss and T&T Bisso, along with their respective networks, will provide the most advanced and experienced maritime transportation coverage worldwide.
 

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