San Diego Business Journal

Sector on Course to Take Greater Advantage of Blue Economy

Economic Trends: Maritime By John Cox Originally published December 30, 2016 at 8:22 a.m., updated December 30, 2016 at 8:22 a.m.
   

Tugboats tow the new, 950-foot-long floating dry dock to BAE System’s Barrio Logan shipyard. Photo courtesy of BAE Systems

Tugboats tow the new, 950-foot-long floating dry dock to BAE System’s Barrio Logan shipyard. Photo courtesy of BAE Systems

— Opportunities just keep opening up for San Diego’s diverse maritime industry, a sector buoyed not only by the region’s naval power but the increasingly important fields of underwater drones, aquaculture and desalination...

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