Josh Jambon: Offering Cargo Ships For Rent

Josh Jambon knows that there are many companies that need to ship oil but do not want to have the means to buy large ships. His company is one of only a few who offer cargo ships for rent. This allows companies to ship or receive oil and other goods without having to put up the money to purchase a cargo shift.

Mr. Jambon’s company offers ships that can be used for all stages of fuel recovery. He claims that there are four basic phases to the oil exploration and production cycle in the offshore field. These are exploration, development, production, and decommissioning. He offers an impressive fleet of vessels for sale or for rent. The fleet includes deep-water vessels, inland tugs, crew boat barges, and jack-up barges. There are vessels designed for various tasks and the type of boat used depends on the depth of water and the type of well that has been discovered.

Josh Jambon wants to provide vessels to clients all over the world, whether they decide to buy or rent the boat. “Our company is very attentive to the new finds of oil and gas across the globe,” he said of the company. “Most American oil and gas companies fear crossing borders. Here at JMS, we live for the chance to go into the most deserted areas of the world and show the local content of people and tribes the correct way to make oil and gas the basic item for the growth of a country.”

Josh Jambon has found that by catering to the needs of his customers, he can keep them coming back time and time again. Instead of only offering cargo ship for sale, he also makes it a point to offer some for rent as well. This has helped him attract a larger market and build his customer base.

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