Stevedoring

Cooper/T.Smith’s ability to handle all types of cargo has put us far ahead of the competition. With state-of-the-art equipment and automation, we move your cargo with ease and efficiency on all three U.S. coasts. This presence, along with our equipment and experience, gives us superior strength in the stevedoring field.

Companies

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  • Cooper Marine & Timberlands

    • Providing timber products to numerous wood-consuming industries in the southeastern United States.

    • Providing marine transportation services along the Tennessee-Tombigbee River system, as well as the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway from Houston, Texas, to Panama City, Florida, and stevedoring services in the Port of Mobile.

    • Serving a variety of bulk customers with products including steel, wood bark and pellets, coal, pig iron, scrap, limestone, cement, ores and alloys.

    • CMT’s barge fleeting can accommodate 260 barges, and includes a barge cleaning and repair facility in the harbor of the Port of Mobile, Alabama.


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  • Cooper Consolidated

    • Provider of stevedoring, barge, marine, and logistics services

    • Specialties include: innovative transfer technologies and seamless cargo movements

    • Services span the entire reach of the Lower Mississippi River between Southwest Pass and Baton Rouge


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  • CP&O

    • A joint partnership between Cooper/T. Smith and Ports America Group

    • Provides stevedoring and terminal services at all major terminal facilities in the Port of Hampton Roads.


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  • Cooper/Ports America

    • A joint partnership between Cooper/T. Smith and Ports America Group

    • Provides stevedoring and terminal services for break bulk and containerized cargo in the Port of Houston and surrounding ports in the West Gulf area.


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  • CSA

    • A strategic alliance between Cooper/T. Smith Stevedoring and SSA Marine

    • Offers break bulk and heavy lift operations; terminal operations for loading and unloading rail cars, trucks and river barges; as well as container services


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