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COVID-19 pandemic clouds construction picture

COVID-19 pandemic clouds construction picture

Around this time last year, the tugboat building industry in the United States showed signs of a rebound.

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Crowley’s rugged ice-class ATB built to withstand Alaska’s harsh climate

Crowley’s rugged ice-class ATB built to withstand Alaska’s harsh climate

Alaska has notoriously challenging weather conditions and climate. Crowley Maritime built an articulated tug-barge (ATB) rugged enough to safely sail through these icy waters and nimble enough to steer itself into berth.

Muscular Seaway Guardian has big shoes to fill

Muscular Seaway Guardian has big shoes to fill

Tugboat watchers along the Saint Lawrence Seaway between Massena, N.Y., and Lake Ontario will witness a changing of the guard during the 2020 shipping season.

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Gemini Warrior builds on tradition of B.C. coastal tugs

Gemini Warrior builds on tradition of B.C. coastal tugs

In British Columbia, most tugboats built within the last decade were designed by A.G. McIlwain Ltd.

Canal Barge signals inland push into Tier 4

Canal Barge signals inland push into Tier 4

The brownwater industry, for a number of reasons, has been slow to embrace EPA Tier 4 propulsion. Canal Barge Co. is a notable exception.

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