Operations, Infrastructure & Dredging
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20 Years of Success and Still More to Come
After two decades, Waterways Council, Inc. continues its mission to advocate for users of inland America’s vital inland waterways transportation system.
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Steps to Take Now for New Maritime Infrastructure Funding Opportunities
Increased infrastructure funding has provided many opportunities for ports and terminals, including both inland and coastal.
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A Better Approach for Emission Reduction at US Ports
In finalizing the Clean Ports program requirements, legislators must consider the maritime industry’s realities and challenges.
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Getting the Work Right: Coordinating Money, Time and Big Projects
Big project bookkeeping is a top concern for the Inland Waterways Users Board.
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Update: Lower Snake River Dams
An update on issues confronting regional towboat and barge operators about possible changes to the Columbia Snake River System.
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Keep it Moving: Corps Dredges Log Record Seasons to Combat Drought Impact
Severe drought conditions in late 2022 underlined the importance of dredging in the Mississippi River Basin.
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Crandall Dry Dock Engineers, Inc Is Up for Sale
Buyer sought for a name that’s well known and respected within the international shipyard business.
Marine News rounds up recent news on towboat orders, christenings and sales.