Crowley has supporting role in new James Bond film
Crowley Maritime Corp.’s liner services group was recently contracted to play a behind-the-scenes role in the upcoming James Bond movie Quantum of Solace.
Crowley transported movie trailers, catamaran boats and other production equipment roundtrip from Port Everglades, Fla., to Panama where a portion of the movie was being filmed. The recent transport marks Crowley’s recurring role in the James Bond movie franchise.
“Crowley has a positive and proven track record with us. In 2006, they transported equipment to us for the James Bond Casino Royale film,” said Mark Davies, president of Gulfstream Film LLC. “In order to meet the ever demanding shooting schedule, I need a company that has a whatever it takes attitude and Crowley provides this with outstanding customer service and excellent transportation and logistics that I can count on.”
|Crowley transported movie trailers, catamaran boats and other production equipment roundtrip from Port Everglades, Fla., to Panama for the upcoming James Bond movie Quantum of Solace.|
Recently, Crowley transported a $2 million 1936 Duesenberg V-12 roadster, the only one known to exist in the world, between the United States and Puerto Rico. The company has also transported roller-coasters, cement batch plants, TV production equipment for the Regis and Kelly Show, concert equipment for R&B and soul singer-songwriter Alicia Keys and satellite broadcasting equipment for the Miss America Pageant.
Quantum of Solace is the 22nd spy film for EON Productions, a London-based film production company known for producing the James Bond franchise. The film is scheduled for release in November.