Theodore Industrial Port’s experienced team of crane operators completed the NCCCO certification program this month, after preparing and passing a written and practical examination. An NCCCO certification card is issued to those who meet eligibility requirement and pass written and practical exams demonstrating fundamental knowledge of and skill in safe operations.The goals of NCCCO’s nationwide certification programs include reduced risk of loss, fewer accidents, more consistent training, and expanded job opportunities for those who work in and around cranes.
CCO certification is designed to assure both industry and the general public that employees working with cranes are skilled and knowledgeable. To learn more about cranes and other equipment, please visit our photo gallery or contact us with questions.
As part of an ongoing project with one of the top recycling companies in the world, over 48,767 tons of scrap metal was loaded to vessel this week by Core Industries at Theodore Industrial Port. This marks the most scrap steel loaded at a single time at Theodore Industrial Port, since the project first began.
The ATLANTIC MERIDA is 56670 DWT measuring 623 ft. in length and an overall beam of 104 ft. The loading process took a total of 8 days to finish and successfully occurred without any problems, thanks to our efficient loading process. The loading started on January 26th and was completed by February 2nd. To find out more about our stevedoring services, please visit our photo gallery. Theodore Industrial Port has vast experience in handling a variety of materials, contact us today to see what solution we can help shape for you.
2040 bare and coated pipe were received by Theodore Industrial Port. The pipe was brought in by truck and transferred to storage where it will be sent out at a later date. Our site has 175,000 sq. ft of warehousing space and over 400 acres of adaptable land. The space and location of our facility is ideal for Gulf Coast projects.
The pipe belongs to the Hadrian South Project. Hadrian is located on the Keathley Canyon Block 919 in the Gulf of Mexico. Discovered in October 2009, it has a water depth of 7,983 ft. For over 30 years, Theodore Industrial Port has delivered quality services to the Oil Field and Pipeline Industry. Contact us today to find out more information.
Theodore Industrial Port set 3 jack-up boat legs to rig during the month of December. The project for Alabama Roll Products involved picking up and holding the legs to be welded into place. Each jack up leg was approximately 140 ft. long, 8 ½ ft. in diameter, and weighed 150 tons. Over the span of December 16th-28th, each leg was lifted and attached.
When a rig reaches the drill site, the crew jacks the legs downward through the water and into the seafloor. This anchors the rig and holds the hull well above the waves.
Theodore Industrial Port loaded miscellaneous oil field equipment to barge for EMAS this week. The equipment was moved from onsite, where it was being previously stored as part of a major demobilization project.
Theodore Industrial Port offers on-berth storage areas for temporary staging of inbound or outbound cargoes, as well as off-berth open and covered storage areas for cargo needing longer term storage. To find out more about our unique storage solutions, please contact us today.