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One year after rollout, Subchapter M still a work needing progress

One year after rollout, Subchapter M still a work needing progress

As the latest deadline approached for the inspection of towing vessels under Subchapter M, industry members said the process was still rocky, with inconsistencies in the interpretation of the regulations, unpredictable wait times for the processing of applications, and questions about enforcement for those who didn’t meet the July 22 target date.

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