About Crowley Maritime
Jacksonville-based Crowley Holdings Inc., a holding company of the 124-year-old Crowley Maritime Corporation, is a privately held family and employee-owned company. The company provides marine solutions, energy and logistics services in domestic and international markets by means of six operating lines of business: Puerto Rico Liner Services, International Liner Services, Logistics Services, Petroleum Services, Marine Services and Technical Services. Offered within these operating lines of business are: liner container shipping, logistics, contract towing and transportation; ship assist and escort; energy support; salvage and emergency response through its 50 percent ownership in Ardent Global; vessel management; vessel construction and naval architecture through its Jensen Maritime subsidiary; government services, and petroleum and chemical transportation, distribution and sales. Additional information about Crowley, its subsidiaries and business units may be found at crowley.com.
About Alaska Power and Telephone
Alaska Power & Telephone is an employee- and investor-owned company founded in Skagway, Alaska, in 1957, just prior to statehood. The company provides a variety of regulated and non-regulated electrical and telecommunications services in 40 different Alaskan communities. AP&T has pioneered innovative rural energy development projects across Alaska. In addition to owning and operating numerous diesel plants, AP&T currently owns and operates seven hydropower projects, a utility scale solar installation, and is in the process of constructing two additional hydropower projects (Hiilangaay and Yerrick Creek), as well as a wind farm at 7-Mile ridge, located north of Mentasta, near Alaska Route 1. Additional information about AP&T can be found at www.aptalaska.com.
ECO/AFS, which has been in business for eight years, is the leader in bi-fuel technology. The company has installed the bi-fuel technology on over 400 engines throughout the United States and continues to focus on other opportunities in the Alaskan market. The dual fuel systems operate in public utilities, asphalt plants, oil and gas facilities, remote generator operations as well as at peak shaving and emergency facilities around the country.