Crowley was founded in 1892 and has expanded geographically and into new lines of business over the years, now with more than 6,300 employees worldwide with annual revenues of more than $2.5 billion. Crowley owns, operates and/or manages a fleet of more than 200 vessels, consisting of RO/RO (roll-on-roll-off) vessels, LO/LO (lift-on-lift-off) vessels, articulated tug-barges (ATBs), LNG-powered container/roll-on, roll-off ships (ConRos) and multipurpose tugboats and barges. Land-based facilities and equipment include port terminals, warehouses, tank farms, gas stations, office buildings, trucks, trailers, containers, chassis, cranes and other specialized vehicles.Crowley formed its New Energy division to strategically focus on diverse services supporting the offshore wind energy sectors in the U.S. and adjacent regions. Within the offshore wind industry, Crowley's New Energy expansion, includes a partnership with Danish shipping company ESVAGT to directly bolster purpose-built, Jones Act vessel availability through a joint venture. The company has also partnered with Watco to create a single-source terminal and supply chain management solution.
Crowley has over 50 years of offshore energy experience in the US Gulf Coast and Alaska and is bringing US maritime experience and assets to the offshore wind industry. Through our in-house engineering firm, Crowley Engineering, we have also designed vessels and project solutions for offshore wind developers in the US.