Plans for a new all-water container-on-vessel (COV) trade lane between the Port of Plaquemines on the Lower Mississippi and the Midwest continue to move along. A key part of the plan, which
The members of the American Waterways Operators elected a new slate of leaders last week during the association’s Spring Board of Directors / Annual Membership Meeting. Clark Todd, president & chief operating
A new study released today focuses on the current state of the U.S. inland waterways system and compares it to others from around the world. Commissioned by the National Waterways Foundation (NWF).
In a Marine Safety Alert released yesterday, the Coast Guard reports that a towing vessel operating in a pushing-ahead configuration experienced a loss of all propulsion while operating on the Mississippi River.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Buffalo District yesterday awarded Michigan-based Ryba Marine Construction a $4,565,000 contract to conduct dredging of the federal navigation channel in Toledo Harbor and the Maumee
The Memphis Engineer District reports that a project dealing with a Mississippi River low water spot has been completed. The project area, located in Lake County, Tennessee, was identified as a low
In good news for farmers and the inland waterways industry, agribusiness giant Cargill has unveiled plans to build a new soybean processing facility located in Pemiscot County, Mo. near Hayti and Caruthersville.
U.S. inland waterways operators will soon be better able to optimize their fuel consumption using technology based on AI and machine learning. Redmond, Wash., based Rose Point Navigation Systems, a leading provider
Milwaukee, Wis., based Phoenix Lighting says that, in response to increasing demand for its marine rated LED lighting products, it has made a series of additions to its U.S. distribution network. The
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Paul District, has released a draft Environmental Assessment, or EA, for a proposed end cell project at Lock and Dam 4, near Alma, Wis., and