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Sept. 9, 2010 - Cites importance of American Mariners U.S. Shipbuilding Industrial Base, and American Vessels
The news that the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Navy League support the Jones Act and oppose its repeal was applauded
today by Maritime Cabotage Task Force (“MCTF”), the national coalition representing the U.S.-flag fleet engaged in
domestic waterborne commerce. Both organizations dedicated to the defense of the United States have reaffirmed their
support for the law, which is directly responsible for half a million U.S. jobs and vital to national security.
In response to anti-Jones Act legislation introduced earlier this year, the U.S. Navy said, “For decades, U.S. merchant
mariners have provided essential support for the U.S. Navy during times of war and national crisis. Repealing the
Jones Act would remove that support at a time when we are fighting two wars and facing a continuing threat from
international terrorism.. ”
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June 18, 2008 - Mark Yonge, Managing Member and Affiliate Paul Bea, Chairman of the Coastwise Coalition, invited by Congressman Mica, Ranking Republican Member of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure to join a Congressional Roundtable on Short Sea Transport being held in Room 2253, Rayburn House Building, Washington, D.C. at 10:00 AM, Wednesday, June 18, 2008. Mark and Paul will join MARAD Administrator, Sean Connaughton, ATA’s Curtis Whalen; AAPA’s Susan Monteverde; and CEO’s from Ports’ Authorities from Florida, Virginia, Texas, South Carolina as well as representatives from the American Maritime Officers; Masters Mates & Pilots; American Waterways Organization to further examine options and roadblocks for the enhanced use of our coastal and inland waterways.
June 15, 2008 - Fort Lauderdale, Florida – Maritime Transport & Logistics Advisors (MTLA) today announced the addition of Matthew P. Tedesco, Ph.D., noted Maritime Technical and Management Consultant from Seattle, WA, to its select group of Affiliate Members.
Dr. Tedesco received his BS in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering from Webb Institute in 1991, MS degrees in Naval Architecture and Ocean Systems Management from MIT in 1994, and his Ph.D. in Engineering Management from MIT in 1998. His expertise includes ship design and construction, engineering trade studies, research and development, engineering and project management, shipboard cargo handling, decision analysis, modeling and simulation, economic analysis, life cycle cost analysis, short sea shipping, and business development.
For more on Dr. Tedesco's background, click here or contact Mr. Mark Yonge, Managing Member, at 954-889-MTLA (6852) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
June 5, 2008 - MarEx Newsletter - Mark Yonge of Maritime Advisors LLC provides a timely update on Shortsea Shipping related legislation
MarEx News Letter June 5, 2008
Oct. 16, 2007 - MTLA Newsletter
June 1, 2007 - Jacksonville Business Journal - by: Tony Quesada
Jacksonville Business Journal June 1, 2007
Mark Yonge, Managing Member of MARITIME ADVISORS will address the Transportation Research Board's session: 'Impact of Globalization on Transportation'. Mr. Yonge's will speak on the topic of 'Motorways of the Sea: If It Works in Europe, Why Not in North America?'
For more information, please contact Mr. Mark Yonge, Managing Member, MTLA, at 954-889-MTLA (6852) or email@example.com.
Journal of Commerce features MARITIME ADVISORS unique Short Sea Shipping Decision Tool - see "Maritime Advisors in the news" tab
AAPA SEAPORTS Magazine features MARITIME ADVISORS unique Short Sea Shipping decision tool - see "Maritime Advisors in the news" tab
Florida Shipper magazine features MARITIME ADVISORS January, April and May issues - See "news & announcements" tab
Canaveral Port Authority sources MARITIME ADVISORS for Short Sea Shipping Study
MARAD sources MARITIME ADVISORS to be Designated Agent Representative for U.S. Cape Verde Mission
MARITIME ADVISORS EU Short Sea Shipping Report featured on MARAD Web site