Alaska fisherman Marty Wise doesn't mind bucking a trend or two when he has sound reasoning behind it. He did just that when it came time to power his new Freddie Marine-designed bow picker -- the Grayci Lynn.
Towboats and tank barges of Magnolia Marine Transport (MMT) have been plying the waters of America's inland waterways since 1973. The company operates the largest inland waterways black-oil transportation fleet in the United States.
Chad Pregracke embarked on his environmental mission to remove trash from the Mississippi River in 1997, and he has fueled a nationwide environmental movement unlike any other on the inland waterway system.
To keep pace with demand, Florida Marine Transporters operates 60 canal-class towboats and 23 river-class towboats up and down the mighty Mississippi River, its tributaries, and its intracoastal waterways.
Reinauer Transportation operates tugs and barges that transport petroleum, gasoline and diesel fuel. This industry leader works to expand its fleet and keep workboats in operation all day, every day. Powered by John Deere engines, Reinauer is able to weather any storm.