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Subchapter M glass ‘half full’ amid progress and challenges

Subchapter M glass ‘half full’ amid progress and challenges

In one breath, Tom Allegretti, president and CEO of the American Waterways Operators, describes Subchapter M as “a singular milestone” for an industry striving to improve safety and eliminate spills.

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AWO COVID-19 update: New procedures for ill crewmembers, vessel cleaning

Crowley tugs load mobile spacecraft launch platform onto heavy-lift ship

Crowley tugs load mobile spacecraft launch platform onto heavy-lift ship

Royal Canadian Navy to equip new tugs with Schottel rudderpropellers

Royal Canadian Navy to equip new tugs with Schottel rudderpropellers

McAllister tugboats guide USNS Comfort to New York for virus response

McAllister tugboats guide USNS Comfort to New York for virus response

The hospital ship will treat patients not affected by COVID-19 in order to free up land-based beds

Foss tugs assist USNS Mercy into Los Angeles for COVID-19 response

Foss tugs assist USNS Mercy into Los Angeles for COVID-19 response

The ship will be in port to aid the shoreside medical community

Gulf Island to build two more T-ATS tugs for Navy

Gulf Island to build two more T-ATS tugs for Navy

The Navajo class will provide towing, salvage and rescue services

AWO launches COVID-19 webpage as industry resource

The page includes links to government public health guidance and best practices for safeguarding vessel operators

Crowley charters new Tier 4 tug for West Coast duty

Crowley charters new Tier 4 tug for West Coast duty

The 6,000-hp Noydena from Brusco Tug & Barge will be renamed Hercules

Schottel to propel Washburn & Doughty tug for St. Lawrence Seaway

Schottel to propel Washburn & Doughty tug for St. Lawrence Seaway

Bouchard: All back pay has been processed

President and CEO Morton Bouchard III says the company 'continues to work on raising capital'