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IT’S HERE!

The Friday, July 20th, Subchapter M compliance implementation deadline is here. Compliance is required regardless of which compliance option you have selected, or whether your vessel has received its Certificate of inspection (COI). Be proactive and protect your...

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Laura Martin Earns SubM Auditor Status

Laura Martin Earns Subchapter M Auditor StatusLaura Martin VP of Sales & Client ServicesMarineCFO is pleased to announce Laura Martin, VP of Sales & Client Relations, has earned her certification as a SubChapterM and ISM Lead Auditor.  “MarineCFO is committed...

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Powerful, Maritime-Specific Document Management

Powerful, Maritime-Specific Document Management MarineCFO Document Management is an enterprise-grade, maritime-specific system used to organize, disseminate, and schedule documents reliably and securely across a fleet. These documents can include PDF, Excel, or Word...

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Information Technologies Destined to Impact the Marine Industry

Information Technologies Destined to Impact the Marine Industry Information technology is rapidly improving and many of those improvements are destined to change the marine transportation industry. There was a time when technology solutions were a “nice to have” for...

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SubChapter M Can Improve Towing Operators’ Bottom Line

Dean Shoultz Chief Technology Officer SubChapter M Can Improve Towing Operators’ Bottom LineSave There is increasing evidence of the relationship between the proposed SubChapter M legislation and positive financial gains.  Still, however, many towing operators believe...

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The SubChapter M Final Rule Review

facebook LinkedIn The SubChapter M Final Rule Review The SubChapter M Final Rule is a whopping 800 pages with a 536 page preamble followed by the Final Rule beginning on page 537.  The Preamble is the USCG response narrative to all submissions from the 2011 Public...

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SubChapter M: The American Game Changer

Dean Shoultz Chief Technology Officer SubChapter M: The American Game Changer Supplied with kind permission of the ABR Company Ltd, publishers of: Regulations governing the US towage industry are expected to come into force this summer, more than a decade since they...

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Workboat eLogs and the IRS

Workboat Logs and the IRS By: Dean Shoultz Countless Federal laws govern nearly every aspect of the inland waterways transportation industry, yet the convergence of the United States Coast Guard (USCG) Sub Chapter M impending Final Rule with Internal Revenue Services...

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Inland Towing Cyber Threats

Inland Towing Cyber Threats Maritime cybersecurity efforts should not be limited to just international deep draft fleets or large towing operators but practiced by every vessel operator with an interest in protecting vital client and company commercial data. The...

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