MarAd Launches New Website

Wednesday, April 11, 2007
The Maritime Administration has launched a new Web site, promoting its Marine Highway Initiative. The site provides an information clearinghouse on the Marine Highway Initiative, providing these services:

• Contact information for marine operators and potential shippers.

• Recent reports, links and coming events

• Assistance to shippers in locating vessels (Ship it Here)

• Updates on the Maritime Administration’s government-industry partnership (SCOOP)

• A free subscription service for website update

• Beneficial information for hazmat providers

• News regarding the Marine Highway Initiative

• Waterway promotional information from the governments of the United States, Canada and Mexico

• A link to the Maritime Administration’s congestion relief partner, the I-95 Corridor Coalition.

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