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Ex-MarAd administrators urge support for U.S.-flag operators

Two former U.S. maritime administrators wrote an opinion column urging continued support for U.S. merchant marine

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Cape May-Lewes Ferry system hires first-ever female engineer

The operator of the Cape May-Lewes Ferry has hired its first-ever woman engineer

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Report: Bollinger to build 6 fast response cutters for Coast Guard

Bollinger Shipyards said it has won a $250 million contract to build six fast response cutters for the U.S. Coast Guard

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Report: Gulf deepwater drilling returning to pre-2010 levels

A report from GlobalData says the Gulf of Mexico deepwater industry will return to pre-2010 levels by the end of this year and will set new record highs

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Six large U.S. maritime unions form new labor alliance

Six U.S. maritime labor unions have joined forces to form a new labor alliance

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PHC apprentice program recognized by Department of Labor

The U.S. Department of Labor has recognized an apprenticeship program at the Paul Haul Center as one of the nation's best

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Six U.S.-flag operators receive Pentagon contract extensions

The U.S. Transportation Command has extended distribution contracts with six U.S.-flag carriers

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Study: OSV wages rise in Gulf amid shortage of qualified crews

A report by GBI Research said wages are rising for qualified offshore supply vessel crewmembers in the Gulf of Mexico

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Foss to build 3 Arctic tugs, expand hiring at Oregon shipyard

Foss Maritime said it will build three Arctic-class tugboats at its Rainier, Ore., yard, which will be expanded and will hire more workers

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Edison Chouest's LaShip yard to hire up to 500 new workers

Edison Chouest Offshore's LaShip shipyard said it will hire 250 to 500 more employees

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