MN 100: Donjon Marine Co., Inc.

Posted by Nicole Ventimiglia
Wednesday, August 27, 2014

100 Central Avenue
Hillside, New Jersey 07205
Tel: (908) 964-8812 
Email: info@donjon.com
Website: www.donjon.com
President & CEO: J. Arnold Witte


The Company:
Donjon Marine Co., Inc. offers the marine community full-service solutions to meet every need in the field of marine salvage, dredging, material recycling and related services. Founded in 1964, Donjon Marine’s principal business activities were marine salvage, marine transportation, and related services. Donjon’s controlled expansion into related businesses such as dredging, ferrous and non-ferrous recycling and heavy lift services are a natural progression, paralleling a record of solid technical and cost-effective performance. Today, Donjon Marine continues to diversify in Donjon Marine vessels response to the ever-changing marine market, while at the same time building on its original focus of marine services.

The Case:
Donjon Marine is an organization that brings experience and assets to manage any and all challenges. A leader in dredging and marine salvage, Donjon continues to explore opportunities to expand in the marine industry and beyond. Since its incorporation in 1966, Donjon Marine has established and continues to seek long-term client relationships in a world where limited business resources demand a constant balancing of expenditures. Beginning with its foundation in the New York area as a pioneer in marine salvage services, Donjon has grown to become a leader in both conventional and environmental dredging. Areas of expertise also include recycling, land and marine demolition, pollution control and remediation, heavy lift transport, marine transportation, landfill remediation/site management and shipbuilding and repair.



(As published in the August 2014 edition of Marine News - http://magazines.marinelink.com/Magazines/MaritimeNews)
 

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