Trailer Bridge Vessel Returns to Service

By Eric Haun
Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Following required regulatory inspections along with regular scheduled maintenance in Mobile, Alabama, the Trailer Bridge Ro/Ro vessel the Jax - San Juan Bridge (JSB) returned to service on July 5. 

In addition to the American Bureau of Shipping regulatory inspection, several key upgrades were made to the JSB. This work is all part of Trailer Bridge’s Asset Protection Program that ensures our fleet remains in peak condition to meet the continuing needs of our customers.

“We operate the youngest Marine fleet in the trade and are fully committed to reinvesting in our vessels, equipment and systems,” said Trailer Bridge’s CEO, Chris Dombalis. "Safe and efficient vessel operations is of the utmost importance to Trailer Bridge as well our customers who have come to depend on our service.  I believe these vessel improvements and our reinvestment into these important assets clearly demonstrates our long-term commitment to the people of Puerto Rico."

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