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 U.S. WorkBoat Industry: Size of Fleet Report 

The WorkBoat Size of Fleet Report represents WorkBoat’s first-ever in-depth review of the total number and composition of active, in-service, workboats and barges that operate on the North American coastal and inland waterways. Until now, no such comprehensive list has existed.

WorkBoat has gathered and verified thousands of pieces of data and distilled the results down to a single report that can be used as an asset and reference tool for everyone in the industry. The report provides an excellent look at the range of workboat categories covered by WorkBoat and offers a comprehensive perspective on the status of today’s working fleet.  

Download the Executive Summary now. It provides highlights of the 62 page report, including what information is included and a list of vessels that are covered. 

This information will help you:

  • Gain intimate knowledge of industry market sectors.
  • Assess vessel fleet sizes to better evaluate current operations and business models.
  • Target and guide your current business efforts, and plan for possible future expansion programs.
  • Assess future manufacturing needs and plans

We also invite you to read the recent article highlighting 7 unique facts about the report: 7 Hidden Gems from the Size of Fleet Report 

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