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U.S. Merchant Marine Academy Hearn Weisbrod Allegretti Ellis mariner access to training with Rose
Point ECS’ quality navigation tools that they might not normally be able to receive.” The Inland Institute, lo- cated near Paducah’s riverfront, pro- vides training and education for the logistics and marine industries.
AMP Touts U.S. Maritime
Industry’s LNG Leadership
The American Maritime Partnership (AMP) in August celebrated Gen- eral Dynamics NASSCO’s launch of TOTE’s newest vessel, noting the growth opportunities the new ship will provide to the U.S. economy and those who work in the maritime sector. “The launch of Perla del Caribe marks a mo- mentous step forward for the future of
U.S. maritime, using green technology to ensure the products we deliver are transported safely and ef? ciently, all while using the most environmentally friendly mode of transportation,” said
Tom Allegretti, AMP chairman.
Metalcraft Celebrates 50th Anniversary
Metalcraft, a company serving a broad range of industries, including marine, defense and aerospace, is celebrating its 50th anniversary. “From its early days in a humble tool shop, the company has grown to become an internation- al player in the ? re and safety arena,” said Metalcraft President Ernie Ellis.
Metalcraft’s maritime arm, Sea-Fire
Marine, provides next-generation ? re detection and suppression equipment.
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