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The Advent of Subchapter M

A primer: the new rule and guidance for operators as they search for the right mix of compliance options to meet their specific and unique needs. For several years, the towing vessel industry has been waiting for final publication of the U.S. Coast Guard’s Subchapter M regulation.
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