Conference Recap - Baton Rouge, LA

River City Industries Terminal

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River City Industries Terminal

Conveniently located near the convergence of the Black Warrior River and Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway in Demopolis, the River City Terminal provides vital river access to central Alabama. The terminal is currently set up for outbound bulk operations using a conveyance system. With room for expansion and additional equipment available upon request, the River City Industries Terminal…

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Yager Materials (Battletown)

Yager Marine is a subsidiary of Yager Materials and part of the Carmeuse Group.  Carmeuse Lime & Stone has operated for more than 150 years as a prominent producer of high calcium and dolomitic lime, chemical grade limestone and crushed limestone aggregate products that are a vital part of important industries in steel manufacturing, energy,…

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Yager Materials Hancock County

Yager Marine is a subsidiary of Yager Materials and part of the Carmeuse Group.  Carmeuse Lime & Stone has operated for more than 150 years as a prominent producer of high calcium and dolomitic lime, chemical grade limestone and crushed limestone aggregate products that are a vital part of important industries in steel manufacturing, energy,…

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Yager Materials (Owensboro)

Yager Marine Industries, located in Owensboro, KY (Ohio River mile 752), has been building and repairing barges and towboats since 1983. They have designed and constructed hundreds of various types of barges (deck barges, crane barges, docks, dry docks, etc.) for more than 40 different companies. New construction takes place in our 60,000 sq. ft.…

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Ports of Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky

The port, designated the Ports of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky – includes all or part of 10 counties in Kentucky and 5 counties in Ohio. The ports are comprised of 129 active docks and terminals, with 68 on the Ohio side of the Ohio River, 54 along the Kentucky shoreline, and seven along the Licking River. The…

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U.S. Department of Transportation announced small shipyard grants

Congratulations to IRPT Members, Mike’s Inc. and TPG Chicago Dry Dock as well as the numerous IRPT Members that helped them in the grant application process: June 10, 2019: U.S. Department of Transportation announces Small Shipyard Grants Today, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Maritime Administration (MARAD) announced $19.6 million in grants to support capital improvements…

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Port of Harlingen, Texas

Created in 1926, the Port of Harlingen provides efficient and economical transportation to markets as close as Corpus Christi and as far as the Great Lakes. The Port is the second largest in Cameron County, with an overall cargo tonnage of 1 million annually. It sits on over 2,000 acres of land with 650 feet…

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Missouri River Stakeholders Meet with Corps, Coast Guard

Missouri River Stakeholders Meet with Corps, Coast Guard If there’s one thing Missouri River stakeholders want shippers to know, it’s that the river is open for business and has been for a long time. That statement was recurrent throughout the one-day meeting held in Kansas City, Mo., February 13.Approximately 150 attendees—the best-attended meeting for the…

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Ouachita in the News! Group meets about River potential

January 29, 2019: Camden News (full link below) Group meets about Ouachita River potential Deidre Smith, Director of the Arkansas Waterways Commission led a strategic planning meeting concerning the Ouachita River at the offices of the Ouachita Partnership for Economic Development. In attendance were several members of the Camden Port Authority, board members of the…

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