Blog Archives

Fleet Focus Friday: Troy S.

Troy is a staple at our Triangle Fleet location and loves working with his team. His passion for working with his hands is evident in his career choices-he has a background in welding and construction. He began welding in 1999

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Turn Services Welcomes Veronica Zingarelli to the Compliance Department

Veronica  Zingarelli has joined Turn Services as a Training Assistant in the Compliance Department working under Vice President Paul Dittman and Senior Vice President Bob Mueller.  “Veronica has positively impacted Turn Services in her short time with the company. The efficiencies she has built into our training

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One Good Turn Scholarship Program

Awards – One Good Turn Scholarship Program will award up to $2,000 per scholarship. Eligibility – A graduating senior in high school who will be enrolling in college for the fall semester, or a first, second or third year student

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Congratulations Tommy Cagle

Turn Services would like to congratulate Tommy Cagle for achieving his Certified Safety Professional (CSP) credential!The Certified Safety Professional (CSP) credential is awarded by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP). It is a highly regarded credential in the safety

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Holiday Video from David, Gary, Todd & Mario

Warmest wishes for a happy holiday season and a wonderful new year to our family, friends and colleagues of Associated Terminals and Turn Services!

Turn Services Announces Acquisition of Bayou Fleet

Turn Services is pleased to announce that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the assets and business of Bayou Fleet. Located at mile marker 125.5 on the Lower Mississippi River in Hahnville, Louisiana, Bayou Fleet provides fleeting,

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Turn Services Celebrating 30 Years In Business

In 2020, New Orleans-based Turn Services, one of the largest independent barge fleeting and shifting companies in the United States, is marking 30 years operating on the Lower Mississippi River and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. From its early days when

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Towing Companies Turn To Virtual Audits, Surveys

While much of American society feels like it’s at a standstill due to stay-at-home orders aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19, the maritime industry marches on, with mariners aboard towing vessels continuing to transport barges loaded with essential cargoes

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