<div class="cStream-Attachment-inner-custom"><div><div style="float:left; width: 130px;margin-right: 12px;float: left;color: transparent;"><a href="/www.theweek.in/content/dam/week/news/india/images/2019/1/23/…; target="_blank"><img src=www.theweek.in/content/dam/week/news/india/images/2019/1/23/… style="width: 200px;height: auto;" /></div><div style="width: 75%;float: left;"><div style="font-weight: bold;font-size: 18px;margin: 0 auto 2px auto;"><a href="/www.theweek.in/news/india/2019/01/23/…; title="www.theweek.in/news/india/2019/01/23/…; target="_blank">6 Indian sailors killed, 6 missing in Kerch strait ship accident</div><div style="margin: 0 auto 8px auto;">Two fuel ships carrying Indian and Turkish crew members caught fire in Kerch Strait</div></div></div></div>
<a href="/www.sailors-club.net/maritime-files/file/3275-litigate-or-innovate-us-shipping-in-21st-century">https://www.sailors-club.net/maritime-files/file/3275-litigate-or-innovate-us-shipping-in-21st-century<br/… or Innovate? US Shipping in 21st Century<br/>The United States consists of over 29,000 nautical miles of maintenance free, traffic free “navigable highways” that have the potential to transport unmatched amounts of freight.12 For example, the average containership can carry approximately 10,000 tractor trailer loads which, if loaded onto a train, would be 44 miles long.3 Yet domestic shipping is going through a bit of an identity crisis at present. Is domestic shipping just another idea of a bygone era, or a slumbering powerhouse, essential to America’s goals in the 21st century?
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