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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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Kirby's Pyne: Jones Act essential to U.S. economic growth, security

Kirby Corp.'s chief executive said the Jones Act is important for economic investment and U.S. security

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American Queen acquires riverboat Empress of the North

American Queen Steamboat Co. has purchased the riverboat Empress of the North from the U.S. Maritime Administration

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MarAd notes jobs created by Small Shipyard Grants program

The U.S. Maritime Administration issue a press release feature highlighting job created by the Small Shipyard Grants program

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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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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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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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Report: New York, GE in talks to expand Hudson River PCB dredging

New York officials say they are in talks with General Electric about expanding GE's Hudson River dredging program to clean up more PCBs

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