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AAPA (American Association of Port Authorities)
Alianca Lines
American President Lines
Atlantic Container Lines (ACL)
Australia-New Zealand Direct Line
Cabot LNG
Calhoon MEBA Engineering School
Since 1875, the Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association (MEBA) has had a proud tradition of excellence in the development and training of marine officers. The MEBA school is located in Easton, Md.(410) 822-9600 - Fax: (410)822-7220.
Canada Shipping Lines
Cho Yang
Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)
Columbus Line
COSCO (China Ocean Shipping Company)
Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
Court of International Trade
Crowley Maritime
Crystal Shipping Pvt. Ltd.
CSAV-Sud American de Vapores
Czech Ocean Shipping
Eimskip-Icelandic Steamship Co. Ltd.
Evergreen Marine Corp
Farrell Lines
Federal Maritime Commission
Federal Register
Federal Trade Commission
Great Lakes Task Force
Grupo Libro
Gulf & Atlantic Maritime Svc.
Hanjin Shipping
House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
Hoyu Tanker Co., Ltd.
Hyundai Merchant Marine Co.
Institute of Maritime Law
International Maritime Organization (IMO)
Intership Ltd.
Intl. Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron Ship Builders, Blacksmiths, Forgers & Helpers
K Line America, Inc.
Korea-China-Korea Service
Lake Carriers Association
LAKE CARRIERS' ASSOCIATION is the trade association representing U.S.-Flag vessel operators on the Great Lakes. The Association is made up of 11 American companies that operate 61 U.S.-Flag self-propelled vessels ("lakers") and integrated tug/barge units ranging in length from 383 to 1,013.5 feet.
Marine Engineers' Beneficial Association (M.E.B.A.)
Marine Transportation System
The U.S. DOT launched the Marine Transportation System (MTS) initiative in 1998 as the first real attempt to examine the MTS as an integrated subsystem of the U.S. national defense system. It consists of waterways, ports, and intermodal landside connections, as well as vessels and vehicles for moving freight and people. DOT's Maritime Administration and Coast Guard lead the initiative in cooperation with ovher government and the private sector. The MTS initiative is ensuring that America's marine transportation system achieves the national focus required to support increased traffic in the 21st Century.
Marine Transportation System National Advisory Council (MTSNAC)
MTSNAC was chartered by the Department of Transportation in 2000 to serve as a non-federal deliberative body to advise the Secretary on matters relating to the Marine Transportation System (MTS)- waterways, ports, and their intermodal connections. MTSNAC reports to the Secretary of Transportation on the status of the MTS and critical issues it faces, as well as recommendations for actions the Council deems advisable. The Maritime Administration sponsors the MTSNAC.
Maritime Administration
Maritime Global Net
Matson Navigation Company
McAllister Towing & Transportation
Mediterranean Shipping Company
Melfi Marine Corp. SA
Mitsui-OSK Lines
NAFTA Customs
National Industrial Transportation League
National Transportation Safety Board
Nedlloyd Lines
Nordic Canadian Shipping, Ltd.
Occidential Services Corporation
P & O Nedlloyd
Panama Canal Commission
Rhein Maas + See
Sea Land Service
Sea Star Line
Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation
Ship Vessels Sale Purchase - marketplace
St. Lawrence Development Corporation
State Dept (Export Licensing)
Sunmar Container Lines
Surface Transportation Board
Library of Congress
Title 46 - Shipping (U.S. Federal Shipping Statute)
Tor Line
Total Ocean Marine Services Inc.
Trailer Bridge
Transportation Institute
Transportation Intermediaries Association
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. Coast Guard
U.S. Code
U.S. Customs Service
U.S. Customs Service
U.S. Department of the Treasury
U.S. Department of Transportation
U.S. House of Represenative Rules
How the House Operates
U.S. House of Representatives
U.S. Senate
U.S. Trade Representative
Waterman Steamship Corp.
White House
Executive Branch
Wilhemmsen Lines (USA)
Yang Ming Lines
Zim Israel Navigtion Company
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