The Delmarva water transport Committee (DWTC) is a non-profit organization with headquarters in Salisbury, Maryland. Formed in the fall of 1974 by a small group of people who were concerned about the future of waterborne commerce on the Delmarva Peninsula.
Our mission is to encourage the continuation and further development of waterborne commerce on the rivers, bays and harbors of the Delmarva Peninsula through the promotion of adequate dredging, safe navigation and maintenance and development of harbor and river terminals in such a manner as to protect and conserve the environment.
In its 43rd year DWTC has continued to fulfill this mission and play an important role in the continued effort to keep the area waterways open to commercial traffic.
DWTC promotes broader knowledge, understanding and support of waterborne activites and commerce throughout the
1320 Belmont Ave Box 403C
Salisbury, Maryland 21804
410-749-9559 e-mail: [email protected]
DWTC works closely with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to ensure that federally authorized navigation channels are kept open to commercial traffic. Through communication with its membership, DWTC is made aware of problems on area waterways
Each year DWTC co-sponsors the Ice Planning Meeting with the U.S. Coast Guard. Working with the National Weather Service, the National Ice Center, State and Local agencies, to address and prepare for the upcoming potential ice conditions on the waterways.
In maritime circles DWTC is well known and highly respected by our Partners for Progress.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. Coast Guard
Federal, State & Local Agencies
Private Industry & Business