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Articles from the December 1, 2019 edition

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Empowerment

At press time we had just returned from a junket to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, where we attended an IMO conference on Sustainable Maritime Development. In 2015, the 193 Member States of the United Nations... Full story

 

Regional Report: Puget Sound

Puget Sound is at a critical juncture. Various building and infrastructure projects that are happening around the region's ports and highways have the potential to dramatically increase maritime... Full story

 

San Francisco Bay Area Ports – How Ready for the Future?

The San Francisco Bay Area's economy is white hot, riding an expansion that has been a constant for nearly 10 years. In the public mind, tech companies get most of the credit, but a closer analysis... Full story

 

Safety at Sea

Vessel and navigational safety is everyone's responsibility, and many West Coast marine transportation operators are adopting a top-down strategy that has seen significant company-wide buy-in and... Full story

 
 By Tom Ewing    Features    December 1, 2019 

Federal Contracts - 2020 Is a Good Year to Start

If looking for federal government contracting work is on your 2020 business plan now is a good time to start. After all, in 2019, the federal government spent about $4.45 trillion. On the one hand, researching contracting opportunities has never... Full story

 

The Jones Act Applies to Cargo?

Most maritime lawyers and seafarers are familiar with the part of the Jones Act that provides a remedy for injuries and death suffered by seamen in the course of their employment on a vessel in naviga... Full story

 

Above Board

The International Maritime Organization has introduced a new software tool to help IMO Member States with electronic reporting procedures when ships arrive or depart ports. The IMO Compendium reference manual that helps orient users, is available... Full story

 

Maritime Software 2019

Software companies continue to innovate using the latest digital technologies to improve shore-side and vessel operations, compliance and safety across the industry. Maritime tech start-up Voyager... Full story

 

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