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By the Numbers: US Container Imports
The United States’ import cargo peak came later than expected this year, as volumes kept growing, according to a new report.
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Insights: Paul Sells
The President & CEO of ABS Wavesight reflects on the software-as-a-service company’s first 12 months in business and explains why it is well-positioned to capitalize on growing digital needs.
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Washington Watch: Ask What Your Government Can Do For Your Industry (A 2023 Retrospective)
What did our political leadership in Washington, DC accomplish (or not) for the maritime industry in 2023?
Getting Started with Propane: Port-Side Refueling & Storage
What does propane refueling infrastructure looks like, and what can be expected when transitioning to propane-powered terminal equipment?
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New Cutters Can’t Arrive Soon Enough
Offshore Patrol Cutter will be a “game-changer” for the U.S. Coast Guard and for the nation.
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Maritime Innovation: Fostering Creativity and Working to Make Bright Ideas Work
Questions about how to advance and strengthen U.S. maritime innovation are receiving a new and high-level focus.
New Officers in Charge
DARPA’s NOMARS program aims to revolutionize naval operations by designing a ship that can operate autonomously for extended periods at sea without an onboard crew.
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Bringing Ammonia into the Mix
Amogy aims to unlock the potential of ammonia as a clean energy source and accelerate the maritime industry’s journey to net zero.
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Marine News rounds up recent news on tech advances across the U.S. maritime industry.