Member Spotlight for June (Inland Marine Service, Inc.)


 

We are pleased to announce the 

CORBA Member Spotlight for the month of June

Inland Marine Service, Inc. (IMS)

ABOUT INLAND MARINE SERVICE, INC.

Inland Marine Service, Inc. (IMS) is headquartered in Hebron, KY. We are a vessel management company that alleviates our clients of pain points relating to vessel crewing, safety and compliance, vessel and crew insurances, procurement and much more. IMS has a working pool of 800-1,000 proud, professional mariners. IMS has contracts with various maritime companies, like: ACBL, Ingram Barge, Crounse Corporation, Campbell Transportation, Apex Oil, ADM/ARTCO, and Tennessee Valley Towing.

At IMS, we relieve companies of serious pain points like finding and retaining skilled crews, managing the very complex compliance requirements of USCG Sub M, SIRE/TMSA, and customer specific standards. We also provide $200,000,000 in liability insurances to protect our clients.

The goal is to allow our customers the ability to focus on their core competencies. Typically, their core competency relates to freight, not vessel management.


RECENT NEWS AND EVENTS ABOUT INLAND MARINE SERVICE, INC.

IMS continues to grow! With the addition of ADM/ARTCO and Tennessee Valley Towing, our professional mariner pool has grown to 1,000 employees. We are honored that our customers entrusted Inland Marine Service with their equipment!


YEAR INLAND MARINE SERVICE, INC. BECAME A CORBA MEMBER

Inland Marine Service, Inc. is a founding member of CORBA. We take great pride in the role that we have played in contributing to the successes of CORBA. And, we look forward to continuing our membership for many more years!


A COMMENT ON WHY INLAND MARINE SERVICE, INC. CHOSE TO BECOME A MEMBER OF CORBA

As Mark Twain stated, “The secret of getting ahead is getting started.”

As a founding member of CORBA, IMS and our other founding members, recognized a need for our local maritime community to have a voice/presence in the future development of our region. So, we decided to get ahead by getting started.