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U.S. Maritime Security Poised To Improve With New Regulations New York

The security of U.S. ports, which has been the subject of a persistent concern since 9/11 for the maritime industry and those who insure it, will get a big boost next month when the U.S. Coast Guard issues its regulations as mandated by the Maritime Transportation Security Act.

“I believe that once all of these security regulations are put in place–and keep in mind, they are not in place yet, because we haven’t even issued our regulations yet–they will significantly improve the United States maritime security and benefit the insurance industry,” said Joseph J. Angelo, director of standards in the office of marine safety and environmental protection for the U.S. Coast Guard.

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