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Videotel launches catalogue of interactive STCW training products

Videotel is offering a new catalogue of updated video and interactive STCW training

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Senate passes bipartisan bill to reform harbor maintenance funding

The U.S. Senate has passed a bipartisan bill that would reform the way harbor maintenance tax dollars are spent by focusing more of the funds on waterways projects

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Guide to Maritime Labor Convention provides information tailored to mariners

A Guide to the Maritime Labor Convention for Maritime Professionals is now available with information about compliance, documents and inspections

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Matsuda resigns his U.S. Maritime Administrator post

The U.S. Department of Transportation said Maritime Administrator David Matsuda is stepping down

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Coast Guard schedules hearing in formal investigation of Kulluk grounding

The U.S. Coast Guard has announced that a hearing will be held May 20 in Anchorage in the formal investigation of the grounding of the conical drilling unit Kulluk

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Maersk spends $500M to acquire 8 box ships, reflag to U.S. trade

Maersk Line said it has acquired eight containerships and will reflag all of them for use in U.S. commercial, military and food-aid programs

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Army Corps: Lock repairs will close Illinois River for a week

The Army Corps of Engineers said the Illinois River must be closed to commercial traffic while water levels are lowered to accommodate Marseilles Lock repairs

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AMO supports cruise-ship safety, plans high-school recruitment campaign

In supporting a congressional effort to improve cruise-ship safety, American Maritime Officers Association said it plans a high-school recruitment campaign and scholarships to address the shortage of marine engineers

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Maersk, other major container lines meet to discuss piracy threat

The largest containership operators, including Maersk Line, held a meeting to discuss the current state of the piracy threat

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Tug sinks near Baltimore after striking submerged object

The tugboat Kaleen McAllister sank at a Locust Point pier after striking a submerged object and taking on water

Web Bulletin 2013
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