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G & H Towing Company
Why G & H Towing?

Competitive Salaries & Benefits
Contract with the Seafarers International Union (SIU). Learn more about these benefits at

Advancement Opportunities
Progressive training for advancement within our fleet

Computerized Logs/Reports
Ease of computer technology in all facets of reporting and tracking

Proven Stability
More than 75 years operating history


Massachusetts Maritime Academy unveils new G & H Towing Navigation Laboratory that will support the training of the institution's cadets. G & H’s vision is to be the most respected tug ship-assist company in the country. Massachusetts Maritime Academy plays a role in that vision by providing the best educated mariners around! Read more here

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G & H Towing Company is interested in finding highly motivated and knowledgeable candidates to fill its positions on the Texas Gulf Coast. Learn more about our company by clicking on the video link to the left.


G & H Towing awards four scholarships to deserving students at Texas A&M University-Galveston. Read more about the scholarships by clicking here.

G & H Towing crew members receive commendations from the U.S. Coast Guard for their heroic actions in preventing a freight ship from striking the Interstate 610 bridge in Houston during the height of Hurricane Ike in 2008. Read more about the commendation by clicking here.

Click here to see a list of our team members who are maritime academy graduates

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G & H Towing Company received a letter of commendation from Rear Admiral Roy A. Nash of the U.S. Coast Guard on Monday, Oct. 3, 2011, for being the first company in the Houston-Galveston Captain of the Port zone to earn safety decals for 100 percent of the company's towing vessels. Read more here

G & H Towing Company participated in the ribbon cutting for the Texas City Channel Deepening Project on Saturday, Oct. 29. Port Capt. Russell Gibson was in attendance, along with a water presentation display by the tug, Wesley A. Read more here

G & H Towing Company Capt. Mark Kazin spent October 2011 in Japan for his Naval Reserve Duty. Kazin helped train active duty personnel who are operating the newly acquired YT-805 ASD tug "Seminole." Read more here

G & H Towing Company was well representated at the Fifth Annual Women on the Water Conference held recently in Buzzards Bay, Masschusetts. The conference was attended by leading female mariners as well as hundreds of cadets. Read more here

The Port of Corpus Christi and the Coast Guard honored the G & H Towing Co. crew of the William M on Jan. 18 for heroically risking their lives and averting an economic and environmental tragedy in 2006. Read more here

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