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Gulf Island gets contract for four Suderman & Young tugs

The Z-Tech terminal/escort vessels will be built in Jennings, La.

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Metal Trades launches its first push boat

Metal Trades launches its first push boat

Capt. Cooper represents a milestone for the 55-year-old shipyard that has historically built barges and overhauled ships

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Eastern delivers four inland towboats for Latin America

The triple-screw vessels for IWL River feature retractable pilothouses

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Vane Brothers christens tug New York

The newbuild from St. John's Ship Building is the second in the Elizabeth Anne class

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Rolls-Royce demonstrates first remotely operated commercial vessel

Rolls-Royce demonstrates first remotely operated commercial vessel

The 92-foot tug Svitzer Hermod is maneuvered to and from a dock in Copenhagen

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Foss christens third Arctic-class tug

Foss christens third Arctic-class tug

Nicole Foss joins Michele Foss and Denise Foss and will enter service this summer

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Salvagers remove World War II tug from Florida river

Salvagers remove World War II tug from Florida river

The former USS Tutahaco contained 'significant amounts of oil, PCBs, lead and asbestos'

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Coast Guard accepts existing SMS for initial Subchapter M compliance

The policy letter reconciles a gap involving COIs and adopting towing safety management systems

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Nichols Brothers launches tugboat for Kirby Offshore Marine

Nichols Brothers launches tugboat for Kirby Offshore Marine

The 120-foot Mount Baker will be the builder's third vessel for KOM in the past year

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AWO: Joint negotiating by foreign carriers a threat to US tug operators

Tom Allegretti testifies before a House panel on the Federal Maritime Commission's decision

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