Ships moved 388,000 barrels a day of products that do things like boost octane in fuel from the Gulf Coast to the East Coast, a 40 percent jump from the beginning of the year. Under the nearly 100-year-old Jones Act, only ships that are made in America are allowed to move commodities from one U.S. port to another.
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Mercator Sells Vessel to Best OasisMercator has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Hong Kong’s Best Oasis Limited for the sale of its vessel, M.V. Vrinda for a total consideration of USD 4.25 million.
David Darling and Mark Parker Join Tidewater’s Management TeamTidewater Inc. on Wednesday announced the appointments of David Darling as Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer and Mark Parker as Vice President, Corporate Taxation.
INTTRA Expands Carrier Network with NAMSUNG ShippingINTTRA, a major neutral electronic transaction platform, software and information provider of the shipping industry
Wärtsilä expands, extends maintenance deal with CrowleyUnder an agreement that was extended last year, Wärtsilä will cover the maintenance of 22 Wärtsilä engines installed on board 11 Articulated Tug Barges (ATBs) owned and operated by Crowley Maritime Services, Jacksonville, FL.
U.K.’s Wight Shipyard nabs Mexican high-speed ferry orderBuilding on its export successes last year, the U.K.’s Wight Shipyard has landed an order to build two 37 m, high-speed ferries “across the pond” for Mexico’s Ultramar, the country’s largest ferry operator.
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