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American Salvage Association

The mission of the ASA is to be a unifying association of the commercial marine salvage industry, serving as the definitive spokesman for this industry in Washington, D.C. and elsewhere in North, Central and South America as well as the Caribbean Sea.

North American Marine Environmental Protection

The North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) is a marine industry-led organization of environmental stewards preserving the marine environment by promoting sustainable marine industry best practices and educating seafarers, students and the public about the need and strategies for protecting global ocean, lake and river resources

Chemical Engineering

Chemical Engineering magazine delivers the world's leading coverage of all aspects of the engineering technology used by the chemical process industries (CPI). It provides a timely mix of technical news reporting and practical, expert information for chemical engineering professionals. Subscribe for free at

ISCO Industries

The International Spill Control Organization mission is to raise worldwide preparedness and co-operation in response to oil and chemical spills. It provides a voice and focus point to represent and make knowledge and experience of spill control professionals, manufacturers, researchers and related organisations available to intergovernmental (International Maritime Organisation, UNEP) Goverments and NGO’s bodies which are engaged in the global, regional or national efforts to prevent, regulate or response to spills.Established in 1984 it represents members in over 50 countries and publishes a weekly newsletter on spill issues and incidents.

Marine Log

For 140 years, marine professionals have relied on Marine Log as their trusted source for insightful maritime news coverage. Guided by journalistic excellence, Marine Log provides intelligence and analysis on topics that impact vessel design, operations and construction in the commercial and government sectors. Keep your finger on the pulse of the marine market with Marine Log’s daily e-newsletter, Marine Daily, industry leading website,, exclusive Shipbuilding Contracts database, and dynamic executive events and conferences. One Magazine – The Entire Market.

Marine News

Like the workboat industry it serves, Marine News Magazine works hard, delivering the best news and editorial available for the North American shallow draft market. Marine News has the largest verified circulation serving the inland and costal marine market - all 100% requested and audited by BPA. Tracing its history back to the turn of the century, Marine News is steeped in the tradition and history of the great companies that made our industry strong. Today, it remains the leading publication of the workboat Industry.

Oilman Magazine

Rimbach Publishing Co./Pollution Equipment News

Pollution Equipment News is a magazine in the pollution control industry. This magazine covers the environmental industries of water, wastewater, air and hazardous waste pollution. This magazine covers equipment and services used by those who are responsible and design the pollution abatement systems and policies for their organizations.

The Website

For over 22 years, the OCS BBS website is the premier website to track critical Oil & Gas Gulf of Mexico’s Outer Continental Shelf information in the upstream energy industry

WorkBoat Magazine

WorkBoat Magazine is part of the Diversified Communication portfolio of commercial marine events, publications and digital products. WorkBoat has been connecting qualified buyers with leading suppliers for over 45 years and is the only commercial marine publication dedicated exclusively to the North American inland and coastal waterways market.

Professional Mariner

Professional Mariner, Journal of the Maritime Industry, was founded in 1993 to serve owners and operators of commercial maritime vessels of all types in the U.S. and Canada. The magazine covers topics including training and licensing, maritime casualties, technology, engineering and regulatory trends, and features two annual issues: American Tugboat Review and American Ship Review

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