Archive of: Maritime News

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Philly Shipyard to lay off 275 after loss of TOTE order

Philly Shipyard to lay off 275 after loss of TOTE order

The yard's order book will run out next year after delivery of two Matson boxships

Web Bulletin 2018

LCA: Good seamanship key to safe boating season on Great Lakes

Recreational goaters should know COLREGS and the Inland Navigation Rules

Web Bulletin 2018

SCA announces new chairman, vice chairman

Austal's Terry O'Brien and Bollinger's Ben Bordelon will assume the posts

Web Bulletin 2018
National Maritime Day celebrates benefits of waterborne transportation

National Maritime Day celebrates benefits of waterborne transportation

Great Lakes-Seaway cargoes support 130,000 jobs in the United States

Web Bulletin 2018

Iridium gets approval to provide GMDSS service

The decision by an IMO panel means Inmarsat will no longer be the sole provider

Web Bulletin 2018
Vigor launches new ferry for Alaska

Vigor launches new ferry for Alaska

Tazlina is the first of two passenger/vehicle boats the yard is building for the state

Web Bulletin 2018
Irving marks AOPS construction milestone

Irving marks AOPS construction milestone

L3 MAPPS successfully completes first article acceptance testing

Web Bulletin 2018

US seeks comment on maritime regulatory reform

The goal is to 'identify existing rules that are inefficient, obsolete, unnecessary, redundant, or otherwise not justified'

Web Bulletin 2018

Mnuchin: US, China putting trade war 'on hold'

Beijing and Washington say they will keep talking to resolve import/export disagreements

Web Bulletin 2018

ICS warns of sulfur cap 'chaos' in 2020

It is still 'far from certain' that enough compliant fuel will be available in every port

Web Bulletin 2018
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