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Section §180.413: Repair, modification, stretching, rebarrelling, or mounting of specification cargo tanks

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Interpretation Responses

Ref ID Date Company Name Individual Name Response Document
20-0033 Fleener Consulting LLC Mr. Arthur L. Fleener View
19-0095 Hazmat Resources, Inc Daniel Shelton View
18-0060 Connell Foley LLP Angela A. Iuso View
13-0143 Mr. Joe Calonge View
16-0009 Innovative Safety Solutions, Inc. Mr. Albert Calkin View
12-0194 DuPont Company Mr. Randolph Martin View
14-0010 Mr. David Ford View
07-0228 Brenner Tank LLC Mr. Nick Paulick View
14-0072 Federal Motor Carriers Safety Administration (FMCSA) Mr. David Ford View
00-0316 Keehn Service Corporation Mr. Richard C. Willard View
10-0115 Jacobus Energy Mr. John Klein View
98-0587 Baltimore Cargo Tank Services, Inc. Mr. Roy N. Clark View
98-0591 Baltimore Cargo Tank Services, Inc. Mr. Roy N. Clark View
09-0306 Hazmat Resources, Inc. Mr. Danny Shelton View
11-0055 Railroad Commission of Texas Mr. James Osterhaus View