As the largest and oldest tankerman service in North America, Petroleum Service Corporation provides Coast Guard-certified tankermen to ensure the safe transfer of refined, chemical, and liquefied gas cargoes to and from vessels. Our tankermen serve a critical role in our nation’s refining and chemical industry network, handling more than 35,000 barge transfers annually. Our tankerman services are available 24/7/365 by calling our Dispatch Department toll-free at 1-844-441-1987.
Petroleum Service Corporation provides a full range of product handling services at major oil refineries, chemical plants, and storage terminals, including railcar and truck loading and unloading, warehouse packaging, and drumming. We also provide logistics support for tank farm, terminal, and pipeline operations. PSC was the first rail switching contractor to be certified by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), and we provide rail switching services at more than 30 sites.
On a contract basis, Petroleum Service Corporation provides qualified personnel to operate more than 85 marine dock facilities, ranging from large, multi-berth refinery docks managed around-the-clock, to smaller terminals staffed on-call. We specialize in handling product transfers of a wide variety of hazardous chemicals, oil and refined products, and liquefied gases. Our marine operations are known for their quality and efficiency and have earned the U.S. Coast Guard’s highest awards for environmental safety.
PSC’s scope of work continues to expand in facilities where customers recognize our flexibility and commitment to operational excellence. Some examples: operation of chemical process units and complex terminals; Railcar and locomotive maintenance with dedicated staff (multiple AAR-certified repair facilities); railcar fleet management; facility maintenance oversight; permitting – safe work, LOTO, confined space, hot work, etc.; plant security; logistics software solutions for rail and truck; track maintenance (dedicated staff and/or management of local provider); and FAA-licensed drone pilots (for low-cost facility inspections).