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Military brings food supply to Haiti
U.S. military forces are leading efforts to punch through sea, air and road bottlenecks slowing the delivery of food and supplies to earthquake-ravaged Haiti.
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Transocean Signs 11 Well Contract with Chevron AustraliaThe international provider of offshore contract drilling services for oil and gas wells Transocean announced that the ultra-deepwater semisubmersible GSF Development Driller I was awarded an 11-well contract commencing offshore Australia.
OSG Orders Korean-Built Tankers for U.S.-Flag TradeOn Tuesday, Overseas Shipholding Group announced that it has ordered two new U.S.-flag product tankers from South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Mipo.
Multi-Vessel Pileup in Suez CanalOn Sunday evening, a grounding in the Suez Canal led to a multi vessel pileup. The container ship Aeneas reportedly went aground, and three bulkers following her in the convoy collided.
New York Launches $100M Barge and Rail Freight ProgramThe City of New York has announced a $100 million investment plan to increase maritime and rail freight transportation within the city's boroughs, reducing congestion from trucking and creating new jobs in longshore and vessel operations.
Coast Guard Offloads Cocaine Worth $260M in San DiegoOn Tuesday, the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Steadfast capped its latest patrol in the Eastern Pacific with the delivery of 7,800 kilos of cocaine at San Diego's 10th Avenue Marine Terminal.
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