U.S. Coast Guard rescues crew from sinking freighter

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Latest McAllister tug is JonRie equipped

November 24, 2014—JonRie InterTech, LLC, Manahawkin, NJ, has supplied its fifth ship set of Full Bollard Pull Winches to McAllister Towing of New York. They are installed on the latest addition to the McAllister fleet, the 92 ft x 32 ft Tate McAllister. Designed and built by shipbuilder Washburn & Doughty of East Boothbay, ME, the 6,000 HP Z-drive tug has a bollard pull of 90 tons. In the recover mode, the tug’s JonRie Series 250 Escort Winch is designed to handle the full bollard pull of the vessel.

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