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USA: SEMO Port Remains Open

According to columbiamissourian.com, the ports along the Mississippi River in southeast Missouri are...

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USA: Five Dredgers Keep Mississippi River Open

Working around the clock, five dredgers directed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers are battling ex...

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USA: Mississippi River Dredging Ensures Navigation

The Vicksburg District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is working to beat Mother Nature and keep...

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UAE: Khalifa Port to Open on September 1st

In a milestone highlighting the intensive and full scale tests being carried out before the Septembe...

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USA: Dredging to Keep Port of Vicksburg Open

The dredging project near the Port of Vicksburg over the past five years should keep the inland port...

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Army Corps to Open Bids for Delaware River Dredging (USA)

The Army Corps of Engineers plans to open bids early next month for a project to deepen a 9.5-mile s...

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Corps: Partnership Keeps Channel Open (USA)

  Local, state and federal officials met with commercial fishermen on the small island May 8 to disc...

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USA: New Paulsboro Marine Terminal Scheduled to Open Next Year

The first new marine terminal in 50 years on the Delaware will open late next year. About $70 millio...

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USA: Congressman Underscores Importance of Open Harbors to Jobs and Economy

Yesterday, Congressman Fred Upton held a press conference at local Dock 63 to discuss his recent wor...

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India: JNPT to Open Bids for Capital Dredging Project on January 10

The Rs 1,570-crore dredging project to increase the draft of the channel leading to two of the count...

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Vietnam: HRH The Crown Prince of Denmark, Vice Minister of Transportation Open CMIT

After almost five years since the establishment of the company in January 2007, Cai Mep Internationa...

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Myanmar Port to Boost International Trade with India

A $120 million port and multimodal transport project in Myanmar will open up international trade wit...

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USA: Dutra Museum of Dredging Open for Tours During Bass Derby

The Dutra Museum of Dredging will be open to visitors on Saturday as part of the town’s annual...

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Britain’s New Global Port to Open 2013

London Gateway, the new global shipping port and logistics centre project, will open in the fourth q...

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Officials Discuss About Open-Lake Dumping in Lake Erie (USA)

Environmental leaders, Great Lakes governors, and fishery biologists joined last Thursday to discuss...

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Stony Brook Spur Open for Business (USA)

After being marooned by low tide for the past two boating seasons, boaters once again have safe pass...

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The Netherlands: Officials Open Registration for OMAE2011

  With a record number of more than reviewed 850 papers, the OMAE2011 Conference (International...

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USA: Nags Head Officials to Open Bids on $36 Million Beach Renourishment Project Today

With tentative approval for the bulk of the funding secured Monday night, Nags Head officials are sc...

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