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nyse:era https://www.indeed.com/cmp/era-helicopters Aug 28th, 2021 12:00AM Open ERA HELICOPTERS Agriculture SEACOR Holdings' diverse operations are anchored in offshore oil and gas, and marine transportation. Its environmental services unit specializes in emergency fire, hazardous material, and oil spill response. SEACOR's commodity trading and logistics unit buys, stores, sells, and transports energy and agricultural commodities. The diversified company operates one of the world's largest fleets of marine support vessels serving the offshore oil and gas industry, delivering cargo and crew to offshore platforms and handle anchors for drilling rigs. Its marine operations include US coastal tanker transportation of fuel and chemicals and inland river barge transportation of chemicals and bulk agricultural products. The company's environmental services unit, which additionally offers waste and wastewater remediation and pipeline repair services, is an emergency responder to some of the worst crises, including the Haiti earthquake and the BP oil well disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, both in 2010. SEACOR's other major revenue contributor is commodity trading and logistics. Subsidiaries in this group buy, store, sell, and transport energy-related and agricultural commodities, such as ethanol, rice, and sugar. They are exported to destination ports mainly in Africa and Latin America. In terms of strategy, the company's diverse holdings and geographic diffusion help it to ride out weakness in one particular industry or region. Globally, SEACOR maintains joint ventures and offices in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. The company focuses on deploying its offshore marine support vessels in oil-rich regions amidst its customers' exploration and production operations. In the US, the Gulf of Mexico is a major market, where more than a third of its vessels are operating. In 2010 SEACOR saw its revenues and net income jump, primarily due to a stronger commodity market, an increase in global exploration and production activities, and the company's direct involvement in the clean up of BP's Macondo well spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (BP accounted for 33% of SEACOR's total operating revenues that year). To raise cash and in order to focus on its other core businesses, in 2011 announced plans to spin off its aviation unit (Era Group, which provides oil rig support helicopter and air medical transportation services. Era accounted 9% for SEACOR's 2010 revenues. RRv1_100M_500M 3.70 57.00 57.00 3.50 3.70 2.90 3.20 3.70 13.00 About a week 13.00 MEDIUM 13.00 AVERAGE Aug 28th, 2021 08:21AM Aug 28th, 2021 08:21AM Industrials Industrial Transportation
nyse:era https://www.indeed.com/cmp/era-helicopters Aug 27th, 2021 12:00AM Open ERA HELICOPTERS Agriculture SEACOR Holdings' diverse operations are anchored in offshore oil and gas, and marine transportation. Its environmental services unit specializes in emergency fire, hazardous material, and oil spill response. SEACOR's commodity trading and logistics unit buys, stores, sells, and transports energy and agricultural commodities. The diversified company operates one of the world's largest fleets of marine support vessels serving the offshore oil and gas industry, delivering cargo and crew to offshore platforms and handle anchors for drilling rigs. Its marine operations include US coastal tanker transportation of fuel and chemicals and inland river barge transportation of chemicals and bulk agricultural products. The company's environmental services unit, which additionally offers waste and wastewater remediation and pipeline repair services, is an emergency responder to some of the worst crises, including the Haiti earthquake and the BP oil well disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, both in 2010. SEACOR's other major revenue contributor is commodity trading and logistics. Subsidiaries in this group buy, store, sell, and transport energy-related and agricultural commodities, such as ethanol, rice, and sugar. They are exported to destination ports mainly in Africa and Latin America. In terms of strategy, the company's diverse holdings and geographic diffusion help it to ride out weakness in one particular industry or region. Globally, SEACOR maintains joint ventures and offices in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. The company focuses on deploying its offshore marine support vessels in oil-rich regions amidst its customers' exploration and production operations. In the US, the Gulf of Mexico is a major market, where more than a third of its vessels are operating. In 2010 SEACOR saw its revenues and net income jump, primarily due to a stronger commodity market, an increase in global exploration and production activities, and the company's direct involvement in the clean up of BP's Macondo well spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (BP accounted for 33% of SEACOR's total operating revenues that year). To raise cash and in order to focus on its other core businesses, in 2011 announced plans to spin off its aviation unit (Era Group, which provides oil rig support helicopter and air medical transportation services. Era accounted 9% for SEACOR's 2010 revenues. RRv1_100M_500M 3.70 57.00 57.00 3.50 3.70 2.90 3.20 3.70 13.00 About a week 13.00 MEDIUM 13.00 AVERAGE Aug 27th, 2021 08:22AM Aug 27th, 2021 08:22AM Industrials Industrial Transportation
nyse:era https://www.indeed.com/cmp/era-helicopters Aug 26th, 2021 12:00AM Open ERA HELICOPTERS Agriculture SEACOR Holdings' diverse operations are anchored in offshore oil and gas, and marine transportation. Its environmental services unit specializes in emergency fire, hazardous material, and oil spill response. SEACOR's commodity trading and logistics unit buys, stores, sells, and transports energy and agricultural commodities. The diversified company operates one of the world's largest fleets of marine support vessels serving the offshore oil and gas industry, delivering cargo and crew to offshore platforms and handle anchors for drilling rigs. Its marine operations include US coastal tanker transportation of fuel and chemicals and inland river barge transportation of chemicals and bulk agricultural products. The company's environmental services unit, which additionally offers waste and wastewater remediation and pipeline repair services, is an emergency responder to some of the worst crises, including the Haiti earthquake and the BP oil well disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, both in 2010. SEACOR's other major revenue contributor is commodity trading and logistics. Subsidiaries in this group buy, store, sell, and transport energy-related and agricultural commodities, such as ethanol, rice, and sugar. They are exported to destination ports mainly in Africa and Latin America. In terms of strategy, the company's diverse holdings and geographic diffusion help it to ride out weakness in one particular industry or region. Globally, SEACOR maintains joint ventures and offices in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. The company focuses on deploying its offshore marine support vessels in oil-rich regions amidst its customers' exploration and production operations. In the US, the Gulf of Mexico is a major market, where more than a third of its vessels are operating. In 2010 SEACOR saw its revenues and net income jump, primarily due to a stronger commodity market, an increase in global exploration and production activities, and the company's direct involvement in the clean up of BP's Macondo well spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (BP accounted for 33% of SEACOR's total operating revenues that year). To raise cash and in order to focus on its other core businesses, in 2011 announced plans to spin off its aviation unit (Era Group, which provides oil rig support helicopter and air medical transportation services. Era accounted 9% for SEACOR's 2010 revenues. RRv1_100M_500M 3.70 57.00 57.00 3.50 3.70 2.90 3.20 3.70 13.00 About a week 13.00 MEDIUM 13.00 AVERAGE Aug 26th, 2021 07:29AM Aug 26th, 2021 07:29AM Industrials Industrial Transportation
nyse:era https://www.indeed.com/cmp/era-helicopters Aug 22nd, 2021 12:00AM Open ERA HELICOPTERS Agriculture SEACOR Holdings' diverse operations are anchored in offshore oil and gas, and marine transportation. Its environmental services unit specializes in emergency fire, hazardous material, and oil spill response. SEACOR's commodity trading and logistics unit buys, stores, sells, and transports energy and agricultural commodities. The diversified company operates one of the world's largest fleets of marine support vessels serving the offshore oil and gas industry, delivering cargo and crew to offshore platforms and handle anchors for drilling rigs. Its marine operations include US coastal tanker transportation of fuel and chemicals and inland river barge transportation of chemicals and bulk agricultural products. The company's environmental services unit, which additionally offers waste and wastewater remediation and pipeline repair services, is an emergency responder to some of the worst crises, including the Haiti earthquake and the BP oil well disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, both in 2010. SEACOR's other major revenue contributor is commodity trading and logistics. Subsidiaries in this group buy, store, sell, and transport energy-related and agricultural commodities, such as ethanol, rice, and sugar. They are exported to destination ports mainly in Africa and Latin America. In terms of strategy, the company's diverse holdings and geographic diffusion help it to ride out weakness in one particular industry or region. Globally, SEACOR maintains joint ventures and offices in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. The company focuses on deploying its offshore marine support vessels in oil-rich regions amidst its customers' exploration and production operations. In the US, the Gulf of Mexico is a major market, where more than a third of its vessels are operating. In 2010 SEACOR saw its revenues and net income jump, primarily due to a stronger commodity market, an increase in global exploration and production activities, and the company's direct involvement in the clean up of BP's Macondo well spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (BP accounted for 33% of SEACOR's total operating revenues that year). To raise cash and in order to focus on its other core businesses, in 2011 announced plans to spin off its aviation unit (Era Group, which provides oil rig support helicopter and air medical transportation services. Era accounted 9% for SEACOR's 2010 revenues. RRv1_100M_500M 3.70 57.00 57.00 3.50 3.70 2.90 3.20 3.70 13.00 About a week 13.00 MEDIUM 13.00 AVERAGE Aug 22nd, 2021 08:26AM Aug 22nd, 2021 08:26AM Industrials Industrial Transportation
nyse:era https://www.indeed.com/cmp/era-helicopters Aug 21st, 2021 12:00AM Open ERA HELICOPTERS Agriculture SEACOR Holdings' diverse operations are anchored in offshore oil and gas, and marine transportation. Its environmental services unit specializes in emergency fire, hazardous material, and oil spill response. SEACOR's commodity trading and logistics unit buys, stores, sells, and transports energy and agricultural commodities. The diversified company operates one of the world's largest fleets of marine support vessels serving the offshore oil and gas industry, delivering cargo and crew to offshore platforms and handle anchors for drilling rigs. Its marine operations include US coastal tanker transportation of fuel and chemicals and inland river barge transportation of chemicals and bulk agricultural products. The company's environmental services unit, which additionally offers waste and wastewater remediation and pipeline repair services, is an emergency responder to some of the worst crises, including the Haiti earthquake and the BP oil well disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, both in 2010. SEACOR's other major revenue contributor is commodity trading and logistics. Subsidiaries in this group buy, store, sell, and transport energy-related and agricultural commodities, such as ethanol, rice, and sugar. They are exported to destination ports mainly in Africa and Latin America. In terms of strategy, the company's diverse holdings and geographic diffusion help it to ride out weakness in one particular industry or region. Globally, SEACOR maintains joint ventures and offices in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. The company focuses on deploying its offshore marine support vessels in oil-rich regions amidst its customers' exploration and production operations. In the US, the Gulf of Mexico is a major market, where more than a third of its vessels are operating. In 2010 SEACOR saw its revenues and net income jump, primarily due to a stronger commodity market, an increase in global exploration and production activities, and the company's direct involvement in the clean up of BP's Macondo well spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (BP accounted for 33% of SEACOR's total operating revenues that year). To raise cash and in order to focus on its other core businesses, in 2011 announced plans to spin off its aviation unit (Era Group, which provides oil rig support helicopter and air medical transportation services. Era accounted 9% for SEACOR's 2010 revenues. RRv1_100M_500M 3.70 57.00 57.00 3.50 3.70 2.90 3.20 3.70 13.00 About a week 13.00 MEDIUM 13.00 AVERAGE Aug 21st, 2021 08:15AM Aug 21st, 2021 08:15AM Industrials Industrial Transportation
nyse:era https://www.indeed.com/cmp/era-helicopters Aug 20th, 2021 12:00AM Open ERA HELICOPTERS Agriculture SEACOR Holdings' diverse operations are anchored in offshore oil and gas, and marine transportation. Its environmental services unit specializes in emergency fire, hazardous material, and oil spill response. SEACOR's commodity trading and logistics unit buys, stores, sells, and transports energy and agricultural commodities. The diversified company operates one of the world's largest fleets of marine support vessels serving the offshore oil and gas industry, delivering cargo and crew to offshore platforms and handle anchors for drilling rigs. Its marine operations include US coastal tanker transportation of fuel and chemicals and inland river barge transportation of chemicals and bulk agricultural products. The company's environmental services unit, which additionally offers waste and wastewater remediation and pipeline repair services, is an emergency responder to some of the worst crises, including the Haiti earthquake and the BP oil well disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, both in 2010. SEACOR's other major revenue contributor is commodity trading and logistics. Subsidiaries in this group buy, store, sell, and transport energy-related and agricultural commodities, such as ethanol, rice, and sugar. They are exported to destination ports mainly in Africa and Latin America. In terms of strategy, the company's diverse holdings and geographic diffusion help it to ride out weakness in one particular industry or region. Globally, SEACOR maintains joint ventures and offices in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. The company focuses on deploying its offshore marine support vessels in oil-rich regions amidst its customers' exploration and production operations. In the US, the Gulf of Mexico is a major market, where more than a third of its vessels are operating. In 2010 SEACOR saw its revenues and net income jump, primarily due to a stronger commodity market, an increase in global exploration and production activities, and the company's direct involvement in the clean up of BP's Macondo well spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (BP accounted for 33% of SEACOR's total operating revenues that year). To raise cash and in order to focus on its other core businesses, in 2011 announced plans to spin off its aviation unit (Era Group, which provides oil rig support helicopter and air medical transportation services. Era accounted 9% for SEACOR's 2010 revenues. RRv1_100M_500M 3.70 57.00 57.00 3.50 3.70 2.90 3.20 3.70 13.00 About a week 13.00 MEDIUM 13.00 AVERAGE Aug 20th, 2021 08:27AM Aug 20th, 2021 08:27AM Industrials Industrial Transportation
nyse:era https://www.indeed.com/cmp/era-helicopters Aug 19th, 2021 12:00AM Open ERA HELICOPTERS Agriculture SEACOR Holdings' diverse operations are anchored in offshore oil and gas, and marine transportation. Its environmental services unit specializes in emergency fire, hazardous material, and oil spill response. SEACOR's commodity trading and logistics unit buys, stores, sells, and transports energy and agricultural commodities. The diversified company operates one of the world's largest fleets of marine support vessels serving the offshore oil and gas industry, delivering cargo and crew to offshore platforms and handle anchors for drilling rigs. Its marine operations include US coastal tanker transportation of fuel and chemicals and inland river barge transportation of chemicals and bulk agricultural products. The company's environmental services unit, which additionally offers waste and wastewater remediation and pipeline repair services, is an emergency responder to some of the worst crises, including the Haiti earthquake and the BP oil well disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, both in 2010. SEACOR's other major revenue contributor is commodity trading and logistics. Subsidiaries in this group buy, store, sell, and transport energy-related and agricultural commodities, such as ethanol, rice, and sugar. They are exported to destination ports mainly in Africa and Latin America. In terms of strategy, the company's diverse holdings and geographic diffusion help it to ride out weakness in one particular industry or region. Globally, SEACOR maintains joint ventures and offices in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. The company focuses on deploying its offshore marine support vessels in oil-rich regions amidst its customers' exploration and production operations. In the US, the Gulf of Mexico is a major market, where more than a third of its vessels are operating. In 2010 SEACOR saw its revenues and net income jump, primarily due to a stronger commodity market, an increase in global exploration and production activities, and the company's direct involvement in the clean up of BP's Macondo well spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (BP accounted for 33% of SEACOR's total operating revenues that year). To raise cash and in order to focus on its other core businesses, in 2011 announced plans to spin off its aviation unit (Era Group, which provides oil rig support helicopter and air medical transportation services. Era accounted 9% for SEACOR's 2010 revenues. RRv1_100M_500M 3.70 57.00 57.00 3.50 3.70 2.90 3.20 3.70 13.00 About a week 13.00 MEDIUM 13.00 AVERAGE Aug 19th, 2021 08:03AM Aug 19th, 2021 08:03AM Industrials Industrial Transportation
nyse:era https://www.indeed.com/cmp/era-helicopters Aug 18th, 2021 12:00AM Open ERA HELICOPTERS Agriculture SEACOR Holdings' diverse operations are anchored in offshore oil and gas, and marine transportation. Its environmental services unit specializes in emergency fire, hazardous material, and oil spill response. SEACOR's commodity trading and logistics unit buys, stores, sells, and transports energy and agricultural commodities. The diversified company operates one of the world's largest fleets of marine support vessels serving the offshore oil and gas industry, delivering cargo and crew to offshore platforms and handle anchors for drilling rigs. Its marine operations include US coastal tanker transportation of fuel and chemicals and inland river barge transportation of chemicals and bulk agricultural products. The company's environmental services unit, which additionally offers waste and wastewater remediation and pipeline repair services, is an emergency responder to some of the worst crises, including the Haiti earthquake and the BP oil well disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, both in 2010. SEACOR's other major revenue contributor is commodity trading and logistics. Subsidiaries in this group buy, store, sell, and transport energy-related and agricultural commodities, such as ethanol, rice, and sugar. They are exported to destination ports mainly in Africa and Latin America. In terms of strategy, the company's diverse holdings and geographic diffusion help it to ride out weakness in one particular industry or region. Globally, SEACOR maintains joint ventures and offices in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. The company focuses on deploying its offshore marine support vessels in oil-rich regions amidst its customers' exploration and production operations. In the US, the Gulf of Mexico is a major market, where more than a third of its vessels are operating. In 2010 SEACOR saw its revenues and net income jump, primarily due to a stronger commodity market, an increase in global exploration and production activities, and the company's direct involvement in the clean up of BP's Macondo well spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (BP accounted for 33% of SEACOR's total operating revenues that year). To raise cash and in order to focus on its other core businesses, in 2011 announced plans to spin off its aviation unit (Era Group, which provides oil rig support helicopter and air medical transportation services. Era accounted 9% for SEACOR's 2010 revenues. RRv1_100M_500M 3.70 57.00 57.00 3.50 3.70 2.90 3.20 3.70 13.00 About a week 13.00 MEDIUM 13.00 AVERAGE Aug 18th, 2021 08:18AM Aug 18th, 2021 08:18AM Industrials Industrial Transportation
nyse:era https://www.indeed.com/cmp/era-helicopters Aug 17th, 2021 12:00AM Open ERA HELICOPTERS Agriculture SEACOR Holdings' diverse operations are anchored in offshore oil and gas, and marine transportation. Its environmental services unit specializes in emergency fire, hazardous material, and oil spill response. SEACOR's commodity trading and logistics unit buys, stores, sells, and transports energy and agricultural commodities. The diversified company operates one of the world's largest fleets of marine support vessels serving the offshore oil and gas industry, delivering cargo and crew to offshore platforms and handle anchors for drilling rigs. Its marine operations include US coastal tanker transportation of fuel and chemicals and inland river barge transportation of chemicals and bulk agricultural products. The company's environmental services unit, which additionally offers waste and wastewater remediation and pipeline repair services, is an emergency responder to some of the worst crises, including the Haiti earthquake and the BP oil well disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, both in 2010. SEACOR's other major revenue contributor is commodity trading and logistics. Subsidiaries in this group buy, store, sell, and transport energy-related and agricultural commodities, such as ethanol, rice, and sugar. They are exported to destination ports mainly in Africa and Latin America. In terms of strategy, the company's diverse holdings and geographic diffusion help it to ride out weakness in one particular industry or region. Globally, SEACOR maintains joint ventures and offices in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. The company focuses on deploying its offshore marine support vessels in oil-rich regions amidst its customers' exploration and production operations. In the US, the Gulf of Mexico is a major market, where more than a third of its vessels are operating. In 2010 SEACOR saw its revenues and net income jump, primarily due to a stronger commodity market, an increase in global exploration and production activities, and the company's direct involvement in the clean up of BP's Macondo well spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (BP accounted for 33% of SEACOR's total operating revenues that year). To raise cash and in order to focus on its other core businesses, in 2011 announced plans to spin off its aviation unit (Era Group, which provides oil rig support helicopter and air medical transportation services. Era accounted 9% for SEACOR's 2010 revenues. RRv1_100M_500M 3.70 57.00 57.00 3.50 3.70 2.90 3.20 3.70 13.00 About a week 13.00 MEDIUM 13.00 AVERAGE Aug 17th, 2021 08:59AM Aug 17th, 2021 08:59AM Industrials Industrial Transportation
nyse:era https://www.indeed.com/cmp/era-helicopters Aug 16th, 2021 12:00AM Open ERA HELICOPTERS Agriculture SEACOR Holdings' diverse operations are anchored in offshore oil and gas, and marine transportation. Its environmental services unit specializes in emergency fire, hazardous material, and oil spill response. SEACOR's commodity trading and logistics unit buys, stores, sells, and transports energy and agricultural commodities. The diversified company operates one of the world's largest fleets of marine support vessels serving the offshore oil and gas industry, delivering cargo and crew to offshore platforms and handle anchors for drilling rigs. Its marine operations include US coastal tanker transportation of fuel and chemicals and inland river barge transportation of chemicals and bulk agricultural products. The company's environmental services unit, which additionally offers waste and wastewater remediation and pipeline repair services, is an emergency responder to some of the worst crises, including the Haiti earthquake and the BP oil well disaster in the Gulf of Mexico, both in 2010. SEACOR's other major revenue contributor is commodity trading and logistics. Subsidiaries in this group buy, store, sell, and transport energy-related and agricultural commodities, such as ethanol, rice, and sugar. They are exported to destination ports mainly in Africa and Latin America. In terms of strategy, the company's diverse holdings and geographic diffusion help it to ride out weakness in one particular industry or region. Globally, SEACOR maintains joint ventures and offices in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. The company focuses on deploying its offshore marine support vessels in oil-rich regions amidst its customers' exploration and production operations. In the US, the Gulf of Mexico is a major market, where more than a third of its vessels are operating. In 2010 SEACOR saw its revenues and net income jump, primarily due to a stronger commodity market, an increase in global exploration and production activities, and the company's direct involvement in the clean up of BP's Macondo well spill in the Gulf of Mexico. (BP accounted for 33% of SEACOR's total operating revenues that year). To raise cash and in order to focus on its other core businesses, in 2011 announced plans to spin off its aviation unit (Era Group, which provides oil rig support helicopter and air medical transportation services. Era accounted 9% for SEACOR's 2010 revenues. RRv1_100M_500M 3.70 57.00 57.00 3.50 3.70 2.90 3.20 3.70 13.00 About a week 13.00 MEDIUM 13.00 AVERAGE Aug 16th, 2021 08:04AM Aug 16th, 2021 08:04AM Industrials Industrial Transportation

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