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Sincerely, The American Maritime Partnership cc: Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood Energy Secretary Steven Chu Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano Board of Directors Jim Adams Offshore Marine Service Association Thomas Allegretti The American Waterways Operators Chris Coakley Saltchuk Resources, Inc.
Approximately 60 percent of the nation's grain and a fifth of its coal is moved on the country's waterways, according to American Waterways Operators, a 350-member trade group based in Arlington, Va.
The American Waterways Operators, an association representing the tugboat, towboat and barge industry, believes that the Coast Guard's focus on security does not take into account the importance of commerce.
He has been certified as a Responsible Carrier Program auditor by the American Waterways Operators.
Martin worked as Vice President - Southern Region, for the American Waterways Operators.
Many other national and local businesses are supporting the cleanup effort: the American Waterways Operators, Arnold & Porter, LLP; Catoctin Power, LLC; Environ Consulting; Hunton & Williams, LLP; The Kimpton Group; Mimi's American Bistro; National Geographic; Pepco; Ritz Camera; Rosenthal Automotive; Washington Historic Tours; Tom's of Maine; and Whole Foods, Inc.
The American Waterways Operators (AWO) is the national trade association for the inland and coastal tugboat, towboat, and barge industry.
Capital River Relief Partners Alexandria Seaport Foundation, Alice Ferguson Foundation, American Waterways Operators, Anacostia Watershed Society, Chesapeake Bay Foundation, DC Department of Parks and Recreation, Interstate Commission on the Potomac River Basin, Earth Conservation Corps, Living Lands & Waters, Potomac Conservancy, and Potomac Riverkeeper.