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Hinchliffe: Shipping faces an identity crisis

Aligning with public-facing stakeholders is a commercial necessity, the former ICS leader says

Web Bulletin 2019

China bans use of open-loop scrubbers in coastal waters

The move comes as nations prepare for the IMO's 0.5 percent sulfur cap in 2020

Web Bulletin 2019

New London's State Pier gets new operator

Gateway New London LLC signs a 20-year deal with the Connecticut Port Authority

Web Bulletin 2019

Great Lakes ports, Seaway report strong finish to 2018

Cargo volumes are up 5.3 percent over the same period in 2017

Web Bulletin 2018

DOT's BUILD grants include $175 million for port projects

More than 850 applications were received for the former TIGER program

Web Bulletin 2018
New rules at Panama Canal expected to boost LNG industry in US

New rules at Panama Canal expected to boost LNG industry in US

The Gulf Coast's Cheniere Energy is the canal's top LNG transporter

Web Bulletin 2018

AMP cites 'critical need' for shipbuilding as it marks Pearl Harbor anniversary

The domestic fleet is ending 2018 with a surge in construction, the group says

Web Bulletin 2018

Study: Corps' methods contribute to 'inefficient funding' for navigation projects

The agency's analyses should consider other benefits beyond transportation cost differences, the authors say

Web Bulletin 2018

Army Corps to begin construction of new Soo Lock

The service allocates an initial $32 million for the project, which was first authorized in 1986

Web Bulletin 2018

Shipping coalition sues again over Great Lakes pilotage rates

The complaint cites 'numerous flaws' in calculating rates for 2018

Web Bulletin 2018
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