Multiple dredges at work on Mississippi River channel deepening

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) is making good progress continues working on the historic project to deepen the Mississippi River Ship Channel (MRSC) to 50 feet. The project kicked off

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Is the U.S. ready to adopt new technology for tugs and towboats?

A Q&A with Dave Lee, Senior Account Manager – ABB Marine & Ports Marine Log (ML): The world’s first LNG-hybrid tug is being built in Singapore. How long before we start seeing

TTB: Big River Coalition’s Sean Duffy to speak on Mississippi River channel deepening

At this year’s free virtual presentation of Marine Log’s TTB –Tugs, Towboats & Barges conference, being held March 23 and 24, Sean Duffy, senior executive director of the Big River Coalition, will

TTB: EBDG to speak on tech spec process for newbuilds

Michael Complita, principal in charge at Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) in Seattle, Wash., will speak on “Owners’ Supervision of Newbuilds: The Process” on March 23 at Marine Log’s free virtual TTB

TTB: Canal Barge to speak on “Safety: Operations Taking the Lead”

Mary McCarthy, director of safety and quality systems for Canal Barge Company Inc., New Orleans, La., will present on “Safety: Operations Taking the Lead” at Marine Log’s free virtual TTB—Tugs, Towboats &

Marine Log to hold second virtual TTB event in March

Registration is now open for Marine Log’s annual TTB—Tugs, Towboats & Barges conference, the only event dedicated exclusively to the tug, towboat and barge segments of the U.S. maritime transportation industry. The

TTB: What to do when the bottom falls out: Everything you hope you’ll never need to know about restructuring

In the past year, the tug and barge industry has seen one of its biggest names wind up in a bankruptcy case that’s been anything but a neatly prepackaged restructuring. Others have

AWO’s Jennifer Carpenter to speak at TTB

Jennifer Carpenter, president and CEO of the American Waterways Operators (AWO), will be among the industry leaders speaking at Marine Log’s upcoming TTB—Tugs, Towboats, & Barges conference, which this year will be

Marine Log’s FERRIES 2020 virtual event attracts record attendance

Marine Log’s FERRIES kicked off its first-ever presentation as a virtual event with over 400 participants—nearly quadruple the event’s attendance in 2019. This year’s event was held virtually due to the COVID-19

FERRIES 2020 goes virtual in November

Marine Log’s FERRIES 2020 event will be held virtually this year on November 9-10 from 1 to 4 p.m. EST. The conference will feature a number of expert speakers, a growing list