IMS AT THE GICA SEMINAR: July 26-28

IMS AT THE GICA SEMINAR: Be sure to stop by and visit us at the GICA Seminar July 26-28 at The Westin Canal Place in New Orleans. We’ll be available to answer any questions you might have and explain our many services including vessel management, planned maintenance, compliance management, harbor services, liquid operations, and cruise line operations. Register and find out more about the seminar here: http://www.gicaonline.com/seminar

Inland Marine Service Announces New Client Campbell Transportation

Inland Marine Service Announces New Client Campbell Transportation

HEBRON, KY (July 5, 2017) — Inland Marine Service (IMS) welcomes Campbell Transportation Company as their latest client, as announced today by Dave Hammond, President of IMS. A fully integrated marine services company, Campbell is currently undergoing an acquisition with American Commercial Barge Line. Once completed, Campbell Transportation will own and/or manage over 1,100 barges and 50 towboats on the inland waterways, along with four shipyard facilities and a marine construction company, moving over 60 million tons of product annually.

Campbell Transportation will be the latest company to benefit from Inland Marine Service’s turn-key solutions, which ensures that each client is instantly compliant with personnel and shore-side management requirements of Sub-M. IMS undergoes all audits in place of their clients and saves them from having to hire safety and compliance personnel. IMS compliance programs are immediate, approved and certified in the changing regulatory worlds of the Responsible Carrier Program, TMSA2, and SIRE.

“We are excited to see our growth and diversification continue as we crew up with Campbell Transportation. We’re finding more and more companies are looking for simple solutions to compliance issues, which we are able to provide. Built on the best practices of ISM and ISO 9001 for stress-free compliance, our Safety Management Systems and back office infrastructure is ensuring that our clients are geared up for the future of Subchapter M.,” said Dave Hammond.