A record USD3.74 billion to benefit American dredging contractors awaits US President Donald Trump's approval.
A US-based dredging safety group wants to ensure dredging operators have the most accurate pipeline location data possible to avoid deadly accidents.
Dutch dredging company says retiring the closed-stern ships will result in a structural improvement in operating results.
West Africa’s Cotonou Port is perfecting the art of partnerships with private and international agencies in order to modernise its operations and transform itself into one of the most efficient hubs in the sub-region.
Ex-US Federal Maritime Commissioner and new head of the Dredging Contractors of America, William Doyle talks about his singular aim to open the right doors for the US dredging sector.
Tightening regulations on dredging are often spurred by concern for the environment, but commercial bodies are stressing the importance of ensuring a science-based approach