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Carver Companies sends large shipment down Hudson River from Coeymans

Sep 05, 2018 12:03 pm
Sarah Trafton Columbia-Greene Media reports that several large cooling towers, weighing over one million pounds, made their way down the Hudson River Sept. 4 headed to Bridgeport, Connecticut. The towers, headed to a PSEG power plant there, left the Port of Coeymans and slowly passed Hudson and Catskill traveling at six-and-a-half knots. For Carver Companies in Coeymans it is the fifth trip down the river for cooling towers produced at the Albany County port. The Port of Coeymans can produce such large items because it has so much room for for assembly and shipment. “We have 400 acres for lay-down and deep water docks to unload heavy cargo and we’re accustomed to making heavy things,” Carver Companies Project Manager Josh Kowalski said. Readthe full story at HudsonValley360.com.