Fines for not Reporting Tonnages

If you have not seen it yet, the 2015 Transportation Facts and Information Card is available. Please access the .pdf document here. In November, we met with Tom Podany, Director of the Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center, at his office in New Orleans. We discussed multiple topics including: How to get more inland ports recognized by…
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IRPT’s Winter 2016 Newsletter is Here!

The Inland Rivers, Ports & Terminals 2016 Winter Newsletter is available!Please click here to access the newsletter.There is so much to share with you in this issue including: President’s Message from Anthony Hauer, Natchez Adams County Port Commission New Members since September: Reliable Asphalt Corporation Growmark OmniTrax Budrovich Marine Kaw Valley HDR Design Nine Peoria…
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IRPT would like to officially announce and congratulate the first class of the Inland Port Executives

Inland rivers, Ports & Terminals would like to officially announce and congratulate the first class of the Inland Port Executives. Graduates of the first Inland Port Executive class are: Ed Weilbacher, Kaskaskia Regional Port District, IL Branden Criman, Maritime Administration Mandi Brink, Southeast Missouri Port Authority, MO Dennis Wilmsmeyer, America’s Central Port, IL Susan Taylor,…
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Container on Barge Update

By now, many of you have attended the recent IRPT Basin Meetings. Of particular interest during those meetings was the discussion surrounding container on barge (COB). If you missed the basin meetings, a brief recap is below. There are different types of moves we are currently seeing throughout the inland river system: 1. Domestic moves: The…
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