Cashman Adds 14 Hopper Barges to Fleet.

Wednesday, January 08, 2014

Cashman Equipment Corp., is pleased to announce the continued expansion of its North American fleet with the addition of 14 open hopper barges.  The 14 new hopper barges are 200’ x 35’ x 12’ and are based within Cashman Equipment Corp’s Louisiana, USA fleet.  Barges are available now for local projects or worldwide deployment.


Cashman Equipment Corp., a global provider of barges and marine services, owns and operates one of the youngest and largest fleets in the industry with over 130 vessels, including inland and ocean barges ranging in size from 120’ to 400’, accommodation barges, as well as specialized oil spill recovery barges and cranes; maintaining offices and fleets around the world including the United States, Mexico, South America, Singapore/Australia, the Persian Gulf, West Africa and the Caspian Sea.
 

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