Warrenton River Terminal


The facility specializes in the transloadingstorage, and handling of metallurgical and thermal coalsand (construction and frac), fertilizeraggregates (construction and chemical), metallurgical cokepetroleum coke, and steel (coils, slabs, pig iron, ore pellets) products.

Additionally, the facility has the capability of loading and unloading rail cars and has unit train holding capacity with +12,000 ft. of track. The facility has services available to and from all of the following: bargerail, and truck.

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Our Advantage

  • Quick and easy access to interstate network with its close proximity to : I-70, I-76, I-77, I-80, OH Rt. 11 and US Rt. 22.
  • Direct connections with multiple Class 1 Railroads (CNNS, and CSX) as well as numerous short line carriers via the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad.
  • Dock facility with 1.5 miles of riverfront for barge loading and unloading capabilities of bulk and discrete products. Located at Ohio River Milepost 80.9, 3 miles above Pike Island lock & dam.
  • Sixteen jumbo barges can be moored at one time in the Warrenton Harbor.
  • Three on-site domes offer indoor storage of approximately 10,000 sq. ft. or 200,000 bulk cubic feet each.

Warrenton River Terminal

John Ross
1702 County Road 17A
Rayland, OH 43943
(724) 379-9304