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After you shop online, or in U.S. or Puerto Rico retail stores this #PresidentsDay weekend, let us ship your purchases home wherever you may be throughout the Caribbean Basin. Learn more: http://crow.ly/2kRzVSQ






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Crowley has moved its Washington DC office to better serve its government customers, including the U.S. Maritime Administration (MARAD) and the Navy Yard. The new location puts the company closer to clients, while maintaining close proximity to Congressional offices. It also enables more networking with potential teaming partners. Details: http://crow.ly/2kObnKM
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In 1923, Crowley launched tugboats to provide ship assist and escort services in San Pedro, California, for vessels entering and leaving the developing @PortofLA. 94 years later, Crowley's advanced #tugboat fleet is still going strong and can be seen throughout the harbor, performing the safe and essential services that keep the @PortofLA and @LongBeachCalif humming and commerce moving. #tuglife #Crowley125 #TBT http://crow.ly/2kr6IlU
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Crowley is humbled to have been named a @101BestandBrightest winner for #corporatewellness. The award recognizes a commitment to excellence in communication, work-life balance, employee education, diversity, recognition, retention and more. Our Live Well program promotes engagement and #healthy behaviors, resulting in lower health risks for our overall workforce. http://crow.ly/2lLi3NE 
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Have a Happy #ValentinesDay
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Congratulations, Port Everglades, for setting a 90-year record in cargo movement. Crowley is proud to have contributed to the 104,590 TEUs handled in December. Crowley became the first tenant at Port Everglades’ Southport container terminal complex in January 1990 and has grown its terminal footprint from 55.54 acres to 99 acres today. http://crow.ly/2l262Cz
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As World War I increased the need for vessels to transport goods to Australia, Tom Crowley raised the sunken coal barge, City of Panama, from the bottom of the Oakland estuary, repaired her, converted her into a five-masted schooner named her Crowley, and completed numerous voyages to Australia, each time loaded with some 54,000 cases of coal. #Crowley125 #TBT
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Crowley and subsidiary Customized Brokers, in cooperation with Miami International Airport (MIA), have transported Florida’s first-ever ocean-to-air perishables transshipment from Guatemala to Amsterdam. The refrigerated shipment of nearly 10 tons of snow peas arrived in Port Everglades, Fla., aboard Crowley’s cargo ship Tucana J, was trucked to MIA where it was pallet loaded aboard a Centurion Cargo plane for Amsterdam. To read more, visit http://crow.ly/2kptHdJ http://crow.ly/2kptHdJ
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During San Francisco's 1915 Panama Pacific International Exposition, a World's Fair to celebrate the opening of the Panama Canal, Crowley had exclusive rights to transport attendees on water tours of the bay. The company built two double-deck, 250-person passenger boats - Crowley No. 17 and Crowley No. 18 - to ferry excursionists between the yacht harbor and the anchored battleship U.S. Oregon in the bay. #Crowley125 #TBT
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In 1913, Thomas Crowley expanded the company’s tug operations in San Francisco Bay by striking a deal to acquire for $1 million the iconic Red Stack tugs, named for the smokestacks' color. More than 100 years later, Crowley-owned ships and tugs around the world continue to be identified by their striking red smokestacks. #Crowley125 #TBT
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