AMP is the broadest, deepest coalition ever assembled to represent the domestic maritime industry. Our 450-plus members span the entire U.S. and its territories.
The American Maritime Partnership (AMP) is the broadest, deepest coalition ever assembled to represent the domestic maritime industry. Its 450-plus members span the United States and its territories. AMP’s diverse membership is its greatest strength and our broad coalition includes vessel owners and operators, shipboard and shoreside workers, shipbuilders and repair yards, equipment manufacturers and vendors, dredging and marine construction contractors, numerous maritime associations and national security organizations that all recognize a strong domestic maritime industry is critical for America’s economic, national, and homeland security, and is best supported by maintaining the Jones Act as the foundation of America’s domestic maritime policy.
America’s maritime policy is based on three time-tested requirements established in the best interests of the nation, American industry and its workforce. Any vessel transporting goods or passengers between two points in the United States or engaging in certain activities in U.S. waters must be U.S. owned, U.S. built, and U.S. crewed.
AMP BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Thomas Allegretti, Chairman
The American Waterways Operators
Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc.
Interlake Steamship Company
U.S. Shipping Corp
Associated Federal Pilots
American Petroleum Tankers
James Henry, Vice Chairman
Dredging Contractors of America
American Maritime Officers Service
Matson Navigation Company
Shipbuilders Council of America
Michael Roberts, Treasurer
Crowley Maritime Corporation
Offshore Marine Service Association
SEACOR Holdings Inc.
Trinity Industries Inc.
Lake Carriers’ Association