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Mississippi barge line says it will add 50 to 60 new jobs

Golding Barge Line of Vicksburg said business growth will cause the company to add 50 to 60 new jobs

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Seagull AS offers distance learning course on Maritime Labor Convention

As the Maritime Labor Convention goes into effect next month, Seagull AS is offering a distance learning course to help shipowners and crews learn how to comply

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MEBA, Interlake Steamship agree on new 12-year contract

The Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association said it reached a new 12-year contract deal with Interlake Steamship Co.

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La. law firm offers funding to provide seamen with free maritime training

The Maritime Award Program for Seamen's, funding by a New Orleans maritime law firm, offers need- and merit-based financial aid for seamen to get free training

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Ky. ferry reduces schedule because it can't find enough licensed captains

The Valley View Ferry in Kentucky is reducing its operating schedule this summer because it cannot find enough licensed captains

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Seafarers union urges caution in placing endorsement stickers in credential

Seafarers International Union has issued an advisory stating that mariners should not place endorsement stickers on credential pages that already have documentation content on them

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Offshore wind coalition applauds U.S. decision to hold Mass., R.I. lease auction

The Offshore Wind Development Coalition has issued a statement praising the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management for scheduling a competitive sale of wind farm leases off Massachusetts and Rhode Island

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NASSCO wins order to build 4 Jones Act tankers

General Dynamics NASSCO said it has won a contract to build four new Jones Act tankers for American Petroleum Tankers

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Congressmen: 'No lower-cost alternatives exist' to U.S.-flag sealift

In a response to a newspaper editorial, two Members of Congress said the Food For Peace program is vital to maintaining the U.S. merchant fleet

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IMO promotes integration of women into maritime industry, academies

The International Maritime Organization is promoting gender equity at sea with a film, which debuted at a recent maritime conference

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