Columbia Coastal Transportation is hoping that its new barge, Columbia Freedom, will be in demand as bigger vessels arrive on the East Coast. Read the full story here…
A new chassis depot near the Port of New York and New Jersey’s GCT-Bayonne terminal is a step toward improving chassis availability in the East Coast’s largest port, TRAC Intermodal CEO Keith Lovetro said. Read More
According to Drewry Maritime Research, neither A.P. Moller–Maersk or CMA CGM would usually risk their balance sheets by buying NOL at a time when container shipping is expected to struggle for the next three years. The announcement last week by Neptune Orient Lines that it is in… Read the complete article…
Columbia Coastal Transport was recently covered in the December / January 2013 issue of Professional Mariner. The article shows how container barge services can vastly reduce damage to the highway infrastructure and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Columbia Houston Dry-Docked at Colonnas’ Shipyard
The COLUMBIA HOUSTON underwent a required 5 year drydocking In Norfolk, VA as part of our Quality Assurance program. The Untied States Coast Guard (USCG) and the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) perfomed the required five-year vessel inspections to ensure the barge meets declared industry standards for seaworthiness.
Columbia Container Services has relocated the North Avenue facility to a new location on Polaris Street, right around the corner from our closed North Avenue location.
All pertinent contact information remains the same. The hours of operation are from 0700-1600 weekdays.