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Marine Transport Lines RRF to Relocate S.C.

June 26, 2006

Marine Transport Lines' Ready Reserve Force (RRF) ship management group, a unit of Crowley Maritime Corporation's petroleum services segment, is relocating from Secaucus, N.J., to offices in Charleston, S.C., effective July 1.

Previously at 100 Lighting Way, Suite 402 in Secaucus, Marine Transport Lines RRF Group will now be managed from 2075 Thompson Avenue, North Charleston, S.C., 29405.The main telephone number for the Charleston office is (843) 747-8045. Marine Transport, a subsidiary of Marine Transport Corporation, a Crowley Maritime Corporation subsidiary, holds a long-term ship management contract for six U.S. Maritime Administration RRF vessels. The new Marine Transport Lines office is located adjacent to the layberths for the six Cape D's and Edmont at the former Charleston Naval Base. In a related office move, Marine Transport Corporation's petroleum services group, another part of Crowley Maritime Corporations petroleum services segment, is relocating from the Secaucus office to Crowley offices in Jacksonville, Fla. The complete address is 9847 Regency Square Boulevard, Jacksonville, Fla., 32225. The main telephone number for the Jacksonville office is (904) 727-2200.



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