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Lela Franco joins Harley Marine's fleet in LA-Long Beach

Lela Franco joins Harley Marine's fleet in LA-Long Beach

The tug follows sister Michelle Sloan, both by Diversified Marine

NLRB rules that tug captains aren't supervisors on 2-person crew

In a case involving Cook Inlet Tug & Barge, the National Labor Relations Board has ruled that a tugboat captain is not a supervisor when only a captain and deck hand are aboard

Durar, Castleman issued U.S. patent for staple torque aligning winch system

Durar, Castleman issued U.S. patent for staple torque aligning winch system

Officials at JonRie InterTech and Castleman Maritime have won a U.S. patent for a new winch system that moves the pivot point

Towboat captain sentenced to 6 months in prison for fatal Chicago barge explosion

A judge has sentenced an Illinois towboat captain to six months in prison for a negligent manslaughter conviction related to a 2005 barge explosion in the Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal

NTSB: Loaded chemical barge sank off Calif. due to void flooding

The National Transportation Safety Board said a barge loaded with magnesium chloride sank off California last year after flooding occurred in the aft starboard void tank

Webb Institute awards honorary degree to Thomas B. Crowley Jr.

The CEO is commended for his dedication to education and management training

Two tugboats capsize near St. Lawrence River bridge

Two tugboats capsize near St. Lawrence River bridge

Witnesses say crewmembers aboard both vessels safely evacuated

Tech bulletin: Tension fatigue testing for HMPE ropes

The maximum percentage of breaking strength is reflected in TCLL values

Crowley to add sailings from North Atlantic to Puerto Rico

Crowley to add sailings from North Atlantic to Puerto Rico

A triple-deck ro-ro barge will service San Juan from Pennsauken, N.J.

Flooding halts barge traffic on Illinois River

A majority of shipping stations are unable to load crops due to high water