Crowley

A variety of commercial maritime industries, such as workboat, fishing, passenger,
and pilotage benefit from Helm software.

 

Our Customers

Helm is used by some of the largest and most respected marine operators in the world. Our software is used by Inland Barging, Pilot Vessels, Harbor Services/Towage, Fishing Vessels, Ferries, Tourism Operators, Shipping, Offshore Supply Vessels, and Marine Construction. Below are some of the customers we work with.

Our software is a key reason why companies choose to work with Helm, but it is the relationships we create through our service and dedication to quality that differentiates us from other vendors.

Meet Some of Our Customers 

Curtin Maritime
California, USA MoreCurtin Maritime

"[We chose Helm CONNECT because] we were unhappy with our current system and Helm seemed more streamlined and user friendly for both vessel crew and office staff. Additionally it seemed the Helm crew was very helpful and updates were plentiful." - Joshua Vanasse, Assistant Engineer, Curtin Maritime
Clipper Vacations
Seattle, USA MoreClipper Vacations

Clipper Vacations offers opportunities to experience picturesque and popular destinations such as: cosmopolitan Seattle or Vancouver, quaint Victoria, the peaceful San Juan Islands, the hub of Portland, the beauty of the Canadian Rockies and Vancouver Island.
Louisiana International Marine
Louisiana, USA MoreLouisiana International Marine

“We chose Helm CONNECT because they [Helm] made it easy to do business with them. First off, their maintenance and compliance software is the easiest we’ve ever seen, and secondly we didn’t have to wait weeks to get a price quote from them. They’ve been transparent and responsive throughout the entire process.” - Anthony Roberts, Manager of Marine Traffic / Operations – Louisiana International Marine
Martin Midstream Partners
Texas, USA MoreMartin Midstream Partners

Martin Midstream Partners L.P. is a publicly traded limited partnership with a diverse set of operations focused primarily in the United States Gulf Coast region. Their primary business includes terminalling, storage and packaging services for petroleum products, natural gas transportation, and marine transportation for petroleum products and by products.
Pacific Pilotage Authority Canada
Vancouver, Canada MorePacific Pilotage Authority Canada

The Pacific Pilotage Authority Canada's principal mandate is to provide safe, reliable and efficient marine pilotage and related services in the coastal waters of British Columbia including the Fraser River.
Superport Marine
Nova Scotia, Canada MoreSuperport Marine

Superport Marine is one of the leading marine services companies in Atlantic Canada. They own and operate a fleet of vessels consisting of research vessels, tugs, pilot boats, crew/work boats, barges and associated equipment.
Trident Seafoods
Seattle, USA MoreTrident Seafoods

Trident Seafoods is based out of Seattle, US. It has become the largest vertically-integrated seafood company in North America since its founding four decades ago.
Marine and Towage Services
Cornwall, UK MoreMarine and Towage Services

Marine and Towage Services is an independently owned company providing a wide range of marine services from towage, tugs and civil engineering support to pilotage and shipping agency.
Prince Rupert Adventure Tours
Prince Rupert, BC MorePrince Rupert Adventure Tours

"We purchased HELM CONNECT to help better manage and maintain of our fleet of vessels. As our company continues to grow, it has become more and more time consuming trying to keep track of vessel maintenance and certifications, along with crew certifications. HELM CONNECT is an easy to use system that will help us stay organized and current on all of our vessel and crew management requirements." - Jared Davis, Vice President, Prince Rupert Adventure Tours
Amix Group
New Westminster, BC MoreAmix Group

Amix serves customers who need to move cargo of any size, to all points in Canada or the USA, and as far away as Asia. They offer services including; heavy lift craning up to 600 Tons; material handling and transport; towing and barging; demolition and deconstruction; marine salvage; break bulk cargo solutions; and transloading/reloading of a range of materials.
SeaTran
Louisiana, USA MoreSeaTran

Magnolia Fleet LLC
New Orleans, USA MoreMagnolia Fleet LLC

“We switched over to Helm because it is the most user friendly vessel operations software program I have come across and I think we have demoed or used in combination all of them. We also chose Helm because they seem to have the best support.” - John Stewart, Vice President – Magnolia Fleet
Crowley Marine Services
Washington, USA MoreCrowley Marine Services

Crowley Maritime Corporation is a U.S.-owned and operated marine solutions, transportation and logistics company providing services in domestic and international markets. through six operating lines of business: Puerto Rico/Caribbean liner services; Latin America liner services and logistics; marine contract solutions; deep sea petroleum transportation; harbor ship assist and tanker escort services; and petroleum transportation, distribution and sales in Alaska.
URAG
Bremerhaven, Germany MoreURAG

URAG, established in 1890 in Bremen and since 2013 being based in Bremerhaven, is a leading German towage provider, operating today a diversified fleet of 17 tugs directly and through its affiliated companies.
Clean Seas
South Australia MoreClean Seas

"The reason we choose helm connect was for its simplicity of operation which is critical for the people using the system. The system allows us to program maintenance and flag necessary equipments and parts for the work to be performed. In some ways it is an overkill however as more and more acceptance occurs I see more up take on the system." -ROSS HAY | Manager WHSE& HR, CLEAN SEAS
Bordelon Marine Inc.
Louisiana, USA MoreBordelon Marine Inc.

“Helm is state-of-the-art on-vessel and compliance software designed for our industry, which allows us to maintain our leadership position for quality and safety in the marine transportation sector.” - Wes Bordelon, President and CEO, Bordelon Marine
JB Marine Service, Inc
Mehlville, MS MoreJB Marine Service, Inc

In October of 1999, the barge cleaning and repair service was acquired by George Foster who started his own company, JB Marine Service, Inc. In the summer of 2008 a 4th dry dock was added to expand its services to the industry. With four dry docks, a machine shop and five floating cranes, JB Marine Service, Inc. employs over 100 people, which includes office personnel, machinists, welders, pilots, deckhands, and barge cleaners.
Svitzer A/S
Copenhagen, Denmark MoreSvitzer A/S

With a fleet of more than 500 vessels in over 40 countries, SVITZER is the global market leader within towage, salvage and emergency response. SVITZER came to Edoc seeking a solution for their Harbor Docking processes. They wanted to see more efficiency in complex tariff calculation and invoicing, plus they wanted to enhance the data transfer between their vessels and shore side operations.
JanTran
Rosedale, MS MoreJanTran

For more than three decades, Jantran has given its people the resources they need to consistently deliver unmatched service reliability to our customer base of barge operators and other towing companies. We routinely add new boats to our fleet, and keep all our boats well-maintained at all times.
Alaska Marine Lines
Seattle, WA MoreAlaska Marine Lines

Alaska Marine Lines is a marine transportation company providing barge service to and from Alaska and Hawaii. We offer twice weekly service to Southeast Alaska, twice weekly service to Central Alaska, seasonal service to Western Alaska, and bi-weekly service to Hawaii. Charter services are also available.
Genesis Marine
Houston Texas, USA MoreGenesis Marine

Genesis Marine primarily serves refineries and storage terminals along the Gulf Coast, Intracoastal Canal and western river systems of the United States, including the Red, Ouachita and Mississippi Rivers on which Genesis has significant existing terminals. They currently own and operate 74 vessels — 50 barges and 24 push/tug boats. Their state-of-the-art hot-oil barges coupled with the best liquid cargo mariners make them the safest, most efficient carrier of inland, hot-oil cargoes.
Enterprise Marine Services
MoreEnterprise Marine Services

Enterprise Marine Services, "EMS" business segment is based in Houma, LA and primarily consists of inland tow boats and tank barges with a small fleet of offshore tugs and barges. The fleet consists of double-hulled barges and tugs that carry petroleum and petrochemical products for Enterprise Products and various third parties.
SCF Marine Inc
MoreSCF Marine Inc

SCF Marine operates a fleet of hopper barges along the U.S. Inland River Waterways and South America, transporting agricultural, industrial, and project cargoes. The liquid division, SCF Liquids, is a fully integrated towboat and tank barge company, specializing in the transportation of chemical, clean, and dirty products.
Florida Marine Transporters Inc.
New Orleans, USA MoreFlorida Marine Transporters Inc.

Florida Marine is one of the largest and most respected inland boat and barge operators in North America. They currently operate pushboats on the inland waterways moving both liquid and dry bulk products on over 200 barges.
SMIT Canada
Vancouver, BC Canada Case Study
Seabulk Towing Inc.
Fort Lauderdale, FL USA Case Study
Seaspan Marine Corp.
Vancouver, BC Canada Case Study
Inland Marine Services
Kentucky, USA MoreInland Marine Services

Inland Marine Service, Inc. is a vessel management company employing over 500 professional mariners that operate 30+ vessels on the Mississippi River System.
Alyeska
Kodiak, Alaska, USA Case Study
Foss Maritime Company
Honolulu Hawaii, USA MoreFoss Maritime Company

Based in Honolulu, Foss’ Hawaii operations provide harbor support services in all the major ports. In addition, they offer a 24/7 dispatcher, regional and contract towing, construction support, barge chartering and related marine services throughout Hawaii and the Pacific region.
SAAM SMIT
Brazil MoreSAAM SMIT

SAAM SMIT provides assistance to incoming and outgoing seagoing vessels – including ro-ro ships, oil and chemical tankers, container ships, reefers and mixed cargo ships – in the world’s biggest ports.