SEPTEMBER 4, 2018 — Port Arthur, TX, shipyard Consolidated Ship Repair (CSR) has rebranded and updated its entire website, says Managing Director Trevor Davis.
CSR's new campaign – "Drop Anchor" – highlights the shipyard's ability to fleet all types of vessels for maintenance or deployment preparation for projects in the Gulf of Mexico.
"We want customers to feel like their docked at their own location," Davis explained. "Our waterfront facility offers a variety of services from dockside services and load-outs to fabrication and heavy crane capabilities."
CSR's facility boasts over a mile of waterfront, a 50,000 sq. ft fabrication shop, 7,000 sq. ft warehouse and operations center and a 3,000 sq. foot project management and engineering office space.
Additionally, CSR is also one of only five active spool bases in the United States, centrally located for pipelay projects in and around the Gulf.
"Our team is hired by many oil and gas clients since we're a reliable a source for services their operations count on," Brent Sappington, CSR marine manager said. "The new brand and website strengthens CSR's identity, which will lead to more opportunities to work with industry heavy hitters."
CSR's new campaign communicates its vast capabilities in an energetic and friendly tone.
"The new brand positions CSR as the go-to shipyard," Davis said. "While many companies in the oil and gas arena are downsizing, we're boldly growing and expanding in the down market."
CSR offers a centralized location to maintain and deploy vessels or prepare for offshore projects in the Gulf of Mexico. Located in Port Arthur, Texas on the Sabine Ship Channel, CSR is one of the largest waterfront facilities in the area, boasting over a mile of waterfront. Its 23-acre secured shipyard offers a full range of marine services from ship repair and vessel fleeting, to decommissioning and system integration testing (SIT), to fabrication and load-outs. Learn more at www.csrtx.com