Op/Ed: Continuous Improvement for the US Salvage Indsutry
U.S. salvage industry update: Coast Guard recognition and continuous improvement for the domestic salvage industry and its…
Cargill Aims to Cut Ship Emissions 15% by 2020
Cargill Inc aims to cut carbon emissions from its international shipping unit by as much as 15 percent by 2020, to meet U.N.
What Can Beijing Do if China-US Trade Row Worsens?
China and the United States sank into a deepening trade conflict that roiled financial markets Tuesday after U.S. President…
Interesting Launch for Interesting Tugs
The ownership of the Canadian firm Island Tug and Barge has changed with the purchase by the U.S. parent company Tidewater Inc.
China's Tariffs on US Oil Would Disrupt $1 Bln Monthly Business
China's threat to impose duties on U.S. oil imports will hit a business that has soared in the last two years, and which…
Corpus Christi Gearing Up to Handle US Shale Export Boom
Port officials on Tuesday are expected to consider $300 million in financing that would prepare the country's largest oil…
Aker Arctic Tests Autonomous Ship Model
A Finnish engineering firm known for its ice-going vessel expertise says it is studying another area of ship technology:…
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MOL's Coal Carrier OI MARU to Serve JERA Trading
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Port of Dunkerque Obtains EcoPorts’ Environmental Standard (PERS)
ESPO congratulates Port of Dunkerque (France) for obtaining for the first time EcoPorts’ environmental management standard (PERS).
In 1990, Richie Bates (pictured) joined Bouchard Transportation as a mate on the Ellen S. Bouchard, and soon rose to Captain of the Morton S.