Okay, with respect to our businesses were two businesses, marine transportation and diesel engine services, you can see the business mix, market cap based on a $61 stock price of about $3.4 billion tax about Kirby where the largest inland and costal barge operator, size matters. About 75% of our inland businesses under contract, 25% stock on the offshore side, it's a 60-40 mix, it's our intention to move this business up with respect to its contract exposure. In the diesel engine business, we are the national footprint and we manufacture and remanufacture world service equipment and we've grown this business through acquisition, the aggregation of 29 marine acquisitions, 16 diesel engine acquisitions.

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