Crowley and Subsidiary TITAN Rub Shoulders in Houston

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Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Costa salvage: Image courtesy of TITAN

Crowley Maritime Corp.’s solutions group, project logistics and global freight management team, and subsidiary TITAN Salvage have relocated to a shared, custom-designed office and warehouse facility in Houston.

The new consolidated location at 15894 Diplomatic Plaza Drive is expected to foster company-wide synergies, expand TITAN and Crowley’s customer base and create new business opportunities among the three groups. Together, these businesses, which are founded in engineering, project management and logistics, will ultimately be able to provide better, more value-added customer solutions.

Though its name and core business remains unchanged, TITAN Salvage, the company’s worldwide marine salvage and wreck removal company, has relocated its headquarters from Pompano, Fla., to Houston as a result of the move.

The new facility will feature a state-of-the-art emergency response center, manned 24/7, for TITAN Salvage customers, and will have collaborative work spaces and meeting rooms, as well as a fully functional, secured warehouse and maintenance facility. The office boasts 128,500 total square feet, including 102,500 square feet dedicated to maintenance and warehousing. TITAN and Crowley’s project logistics and global freight management team will use the warehouse space to store and stage salvage equipment, inventory ship parts and spares, and handle project cargo for customers.

This shared office and warehouse is located at 15894 Diplomatic Plaza Dr., Houston, Texas 77032. The businesses can be reached by calling the following new phone numbers: TITAN Salvage, +1-832-850-4150; solutions, +1-832-850-4100; and project logistics and global freight management, +1-832-850-4000.

http://www.crowley.com

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