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Colorado Fulfillment Center Operations During COVID-19 Response



  1. Overview
  2. Warehouse distribution and fulfillment
  3. Parts supplier for critical workers


The Crowley Marine fulfillment center offers distribution and fulfillment services for the boating industry; direct to consumers, marine service shops and government agencies.

The Crowley Marine fulfillment center is classified as an Essential Business at the County, State and Federal levels. At the County and State level in the Warehouse/distribution and fulfillment category and the Federal level as a parts supplier for Critical Infrastructure Workers.

All business activities will be performed in accordance with Colorado Executive Order 2020-013 ordering Colorado employers to reduce in-person work requirements by at least 50%.

All employees will be assigned to a two-person group, which will stay fixed for the duration of the order. Only one two-person group will be working in the warehouse at any given point in time.

Please direct any questions or concerns to the following:

Paul Crowley

Warehouse distribution and fulfillment

In the Colorado Amended Public Health Order 20-24, “Section 5. Critical Services” “Warehouse/distribution and fulfillment, including freight distributors” is considered a Critical Business.

Parts supplier for critical workers

The products warehoused and fulfilled are parts used in the repair of marine engines.

Critical Infrastructure Workers

Employees who repair and maintain vehicles, aircraft, rail equipment, marine vessels, and the equipment and infrastructure that enables operations that encompass movement of cargo and passengers
CISA COVID-19 Memorandum dated March 19th, 2020

Maritime Transportation System
Key subsector of the Critical Infrastructure Sectors as defined by the Department of Homeland Security and the US Coast Guard.

Maritime Transportation System consists of about 95,000 miles of coastline, 361 ports, more than 25,000 miles of waterways, and intermodal landside connections that allow the various modes of transportation to move people and goods to, from, and on the water.

The uninterrupted flow of commerce on our Marine Transportation System (MTS) is critical to both National Security and economic vitality. During the ongoing national emergency, it is paramount that we safeguard the continued operation of the MTS in the face of the acute and evolving threats posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. The MTS, which provides more than 90 percent of the domestic supply chain, is dependent on an extensive support network comprised of workers from both the private and public sectors.
US Coast Guard: Marine Safety Information Bulletin 11-20
Maintaining Maritime Commerce and Identification of Essential Maritime Critical Infrastructure Workers