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Carlile Transportation Systems Adds Key Positions

Federal Way, Wash. – July 1, 2013 – John Armstrong – Vice President, Logistics, Carlile Transportation Systems John Armstrong has accepted the position of Vice President, Logistics for Carlile Transportation Systems, Inc.  John is responsible for setting the strategy and...
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TOTE Services Top Leadership Position Changing Hands

MOORESTOWN, NJ – January 15, 2013 - Captain Jorge Aguirre, a veteran in the maritime industry, has announced his retirement from TOTE Services after 33 years with the company. Aguirre spent 16 years at sea, coming ashore with TOTE Services in June of 1980 as a Port Captain at the Philadelphia...
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TOTE Services’ EMPIRE STATE assists in Hurricane Sandy Relief Effort

October 31, 2012- TOTE Services was approached by MARAD to oversee the emergency activation of State of New York schoolship, SS EMPIRE STATE. The vessel is being utilized to provide berthing and messing for approx. 600 relief and recovery workers of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) who are assisting...
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TOTE Services Awarded Government Contract

October 2012 - TOTE Services has been notified that the Maritime Administration (MARAD) has completed its evaluation of RFP Solicitation No. DTMA8R02012001 and awarded contract for the management of the Cape Horn and Cape Hudson to TOTE Services.  This award was based on excellent Technical and Past Performance ratings, combined...
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Interocean becomes TOTE Services

October 1, 2012 - Interocean American Shipping Corporation is now TOTE Services.
The name may have changed, but the company continues its proud history of providing operation and management services for third-party ship owners of both foreign and U.S. flag vessels owned by affiliated companies.  TOTE Services was originally founded as...
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Saltchuk Resources Promotes Anthony Chiarello to President & CEO of TOTE, Inc.

SEATTLE, Wash. / PRINCETON, N.J. (March 9, 2012) - Saltchuk Resources has promoted Anthony Chiarello, to president & CEO of TOTE, Inc. TOTE, Inc. is the largest of six operating groups owned by Seattle-based Saltchuk Resources, Inc., and includes five companies organized in maritime, logistics and ship management lines of business. “Anthony’s vision...
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Champions of Change

WASHINGTON- May 14, 2014 – TOTE, Inc. President & CEO Anthony Chiarello is among 11 individuals honored by the White House as 2014 transportation industry “Champions of Change.” Chiarello was chosen for his role in leading the U.S. maritime industry toward natural gas as fuel.

Chiarello with Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx at the Champions of Change event
Chiarello with Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx at the Champions of Change event

Chiarello joined fellow honorees and guests in the South auditorium of the White House yesterday to accept recognition and share insights during a panel discussion titled: “Opening Doors for Opportunity.”

TOTE is building the first natural gas-powered container ships in the world to serve Puerto Rico and is converting its ships in Alaska to natural gas; TOTE is the first in the United States to convert its fleet to liquefied natural gas (LNG).

The experience has been both exciting and humbling for Chiarello, a fourth-generation member of the shipping and logistics industry.

“As a Jones Act domestic carrier, we’re uniquely positioned to create real change in the supply conundrum – availability of fuel is a big hurdle for most transportation sectors to change over to clean-burning natural gas,” Chiarello wrote in a post he prepared for the White House Champions of Change blog. “Our regular service routes create enough of a steady demand to entice fuel partners to build liquefaction plants in our ports of call, thus making LNG supply available to others in those markets. Supply in Jacksonville, Florida and Tacoma, Washington will serve the Southeast and Pacific Northwest with natural gas that can be used for ships, trucks, and rail.

TOTE announced plans to convert its fleet to natural gas in 2012. Since then, natural gas suppliers have begun creating distribution networks in major U.S. ports, making gas available to all transportation modes in those markets. Natural gas-powered ships will achieve emissions reductions far below even the world’s most stringent regulatory standards. These emissions reductions will have long-lasting and far-reaching positive effects on the health and safety of citizens along the U.S. coastline – particularly in Washington, Alaska, Florida, and Puerto Rico, where TOTE ships are part of the critical domestic supply chain. As the adoption of natural gas fuel spreads, air emissions will be lowered along the coastline as part of the North American Emissions Control Area, and additional environmental benefits will accrue in ports, and on roads and rail lines.

“It is an honor to stand among the 2014 Transportation Champions of Change representing TOTE and Saltchuk,” Chiarello continued. “My colleagues and I are proud of our investments into new technology as a reflection of our commitment to the people and customers of Alaska and Puerto Rico. We’re equally pleased to help move the U.S. toward natural gas as a marine transportation fuel while providing the most advanced, safe, reliable service possible.”

To learn more about the White House Champions of Change program, visit www.whitehouse.gov/champions. To learn more about TOTE and its conversion to natural gas visit: www.toteinc.com/about/lng

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