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ICS: Shipping must be economically sustainable to be environmentally sustainable

IMO member states need to be 'realistic' about CO2 emissions goals

Web Bulletin 2017

SUNY Maritime to host marine technologies center

The center aims to foster developments in the maritime space through entrepreneurial innovations

Web Bulletin 2017
AMP: Domestic maritime industry dedicated to Puerto Rico

AMP: Domestic maritime industry dedicated to Puerto Rico

As of Nov. 16, Jones Act vessels had delivered more than 36,000 containers since Hurricane Maria

Web Bulletin 2017

Seaway tonnage up 10 percent before peak months

Iron ore shipments pace the gain, up nearly 44 percent from 2016

Web Bulletin 2017
General Electric's restructuring could impact marine engines

General Electric's restructuring could impact marine engines

The company plans to divest $20 billion in assets, including its transportation business

Web Bulletin 2017

Lakes iron ore trade strong again in October

A 13.3 percent increase at U.S. ports easily offsets a decline at Canadian terminals

Web Bulletin 2017

Lakes ports group: Pilot rates ruling 'a mixed outcome'

A 2016 increase is upheld, but the judge also finds compensation was arbitrarily adjusted

Web Bulletin 2017

CMA CGM opts for LNG to power world's biggest containerships

Nine 22,000-TEU ships will operate solely on LNG upon delivery in 2020

Web Bulletin 2017

Judge upholds increase in US Great Lakes pilotage rates for 2016

A shipping industry group sued the Coast Guard, saying the new rates were 'arbitrary and capricious'

Web Bulletin 2017

Great Lakes iron ore trade surges in September

Shipments from U.S. ports rise more than 25 percent

Web Bulletin 2017
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