Missouri News

IRPT Missouri River Basin Meeting

IRPT Missouri River Basin Meeting Join us for a webinar on Sep 2, 2020 at 11:00 AM CDT. Please register here: Register now! IRPT is a trade association for the nation’s inland waterway, port, and terminal professionals. Our mission is to provide a platform for inland river port and terminal professionals to improve their businesses…
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Heartland Port Bill sent to Governor

May 15, 2020: News Tribune (full link below) The Missouri House of Representatives voted 145-3 on Thursday to transfer 116 acres of state-owned land just east of the Ike Skelton Training Facility to the Heartland Port Authority for a Missouri River port in Jefferson City, sending the bill to Gov. Mike Parson for his signature.…
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Introducing IRPT’s Mobile App

Inland Rivers, Ports & Terminals, Inc. (IRPT) has a mobile app that will allow us to push vital information regarding each of the basins to industry users. The ability to communicate quickly to all users of water transportation so they can make key decisions about operations in situations where scheduled or unscheduled maintenance activities and…
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Missouri River Tonnage

Missouri River tonnage data has been compiled for the fiscal year 2018 from data acquired by the Waterborne Commerce Statistics Center (WCSC). A 10-year average of the 2018 data is now available from 2008-2018. In reviewing the commodity data prepared by Dede Smith of Inland Rivers, Ports & Terminals, sand, gravel and rock remains the…
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Missouri River Basin Meeting

Inland Rivers, Ports and Terminals, Inc. (IRPT) invites you to the Spring 2020 IRPT Missouri River Basin meeting, being held in conjunction with the Annual U.S. Army Corps/Coast Guard Navigators Meeting. If you will be attending, simply RSVP to admin@irpt.net. Please note, the meeting will be held in Jefferson City, Missouri. The IRPT Missouri River…
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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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