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Articles from the June 1, 2020 edition

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Thank a US Mariner

In early May, in the midst of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic, US Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao issued a video thanking the US maritime industry for its contribution to the country....

 

New Compact Tug for Seattle Harbor Work

Western Towboat recently took delivery of a new tugboat from its in-house construction facility on the north side of Seattle's Lake Washington Ship Canal. The 79-foot Mariner is the 19th tug built by...

 
 By Peter Marsh    Features    June 1, 2020

First of Four Foss Tier 4 Tugs Delivered by Nichols Brothers

When Foss Maritime announced in 2018 that it had chosen Nichols Brothers Boat Builders on Whidbey Island, Washington to build four 100-foot Tier 4 tugs, with an option for six more, it represented...

 

West Coast Maritime Construction

While much of the world is in forced isolation, the maritime construction industry continues to work on essential projects needed to keep the infrastructure functioning at the interface of land and se...

 

Regional Report: Los Angeles and Long Beach

As the novel coronavirus shutters businesses and public spaces across the country and the world, the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and their supply chain partners press on to keep vital goods...

 

Depositions De-Mystified

The word “deposition” often strikes fear in the hearts of mariners as well as non-mariners. A deposition is routine for the litigator, but unlikely to be routine for the client or witness. It is...

 

Above Board

Deadly Disasters and Other Incidents It rained cranes the day the containership Milano Bridge...

 

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