New England Shipbuilding Corporation Areas With Asbestos Exposure

New England Shipbuilding Corporation

Situated in the city of South Portland, Maine, the shipyard was built as two separate entities - Todd-Bath Iron Shipbuilding Corporation and South Portland Shipbuilding Corporation. They were founded in 1940 and 1941, respectively. The primary goal of the New England Shipbuilding Corporation was to meet the demand created by World War II. Roughly 266 ships were constructed by the East Yard and the West Yard. The first 30 East Yard ships were Ocean class cargo ships built for the United Kingdom, and the remaining ones were Liberty ships for the United States Maritime Commission. If you had a job at New England Shipbuilding Corporation, you were unavoidably exposed to asbestos, which is why we suggest you pay close attention to the health of your lungs.


New England Shipbuilding Corporation and Asbestos Exposure Ships

SS Albert M. Boe

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USS Avery Island (AG-76)

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USS Belle Isle (AG-73)

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USS Cuttyhunk Island (AG-75)

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SS Daniel Webster

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SS Harriet Tubman

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USS Indian Island (AG-77)

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USS Jamestown (AGTR-3)

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SS Jeremiah O’Brien

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USS Kent Island (AG-78)

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USS Georgetown (AGTR-2/AG-165)

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USS Oxford (AGTR-1)

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USS Iolanda (AKS-14)

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