Donjon Towing and Transportation Projects on the Rise

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Donjon Marine, Co., Inc., a global marine services provider based in New Jersey, has announced a number of marine transportation projects the company has been involved with over the last months. These services are in addition to the daily support Donjon’s Transportation Division provides to Donjon’s Dredging, Salvage, Marine Demolition and related marine activities:
SIMS Metals: Donjon tugs transport the barges that carry all of the steel scrap in the New York/Metropolitan Area for SIMS Metals as part of a contract that runs through 2015.  Donjon handles approximately 1,800,000 tons of mixed grades of scrap steel each year.

O&G Industries: Donjon transports various types and grades of bulk stone products from two upstate New York quarries to various New York/Metropolitan Area receiving facilities in support of its customer, O&G Industries, and its customers. Donjon’s agreement with O&G runs through Spring 2012. Donjon transports over 300,000 tons of stone per year as part of this services contract.

New York City Department of Sanitation: Donjon was awarded a competitively bid Marine Transportation Services contract to move all New York City Department of Sanitation Recycling Barges from various distribution points in New York City to a number of re-handling facilities throughout the area. Donjon moves at least one barge of recycled material per day, 365 days per year. This contract runs through 2015.

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