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Marine News May 2021 • Volume 32 Number 5
Features 24 Dredging: Important Developments
Will Impact Business The dredging market is undoubtedly challenging, 24 but there’s real cause for optimism as large and impactful opportunities come knocking.
By Tom Ewing 30 Remotely Operated Locks:
Progress, but Still Under Study The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is evaluating remote operation of locks within the U.S. inland waterways system. If testing is successful, the technology could expand greatly.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Georgia Ports Authority 30
By Tom Ewing 4 Editor’s Note 18 Column: Passenger Vessel Safety 40 Vessels
By Richard Paine, Jr.
42 People & Company News 6 Authors 21 Column: Dredging & Maritime Law 43 Products
By Grady Hurley 44 Editorial Calendar 8 By the Numbers:
Grain Barge Rates 36 Tech File: Material Handling 44 Classi? ed Advertising 48 Advertisers Index 10 Insights: Bill Dutra, CEO, 37 Tech File: Cutter Suction Dredge The Dutra Group 38 Tech File: Hopper Dredge
By Greg Trauthwein
On the Cover
From port deepening to river and channel maintenance, dredging is the lifeblood of America’s vast network of ports and waterways.
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