Navigating the complex world of shipping and logistics can be a tremendous task, especially when you’re focused on maintaining competitiveness, ensuring operational efficiency, and keeping a keen eye on the bottom line.
SEACOR Holdings Inc. announced yesterday that it has signed a definitive agreement to sell Inland River Transport Holdings LLC (“SCF”) to Ingram Barge Company LLC, a division of Nashville-based Ingram Marine Group.
As low water level conditions on the Mississippi River persist, the USACE has started barging fresh river water to Plaquemines Parish, La., water treatment facilities. This water can be mixed with water
As the Panama Canal continues to be impacted by low water levels, another vital artery of waterborne commerce, the Mississippi River, is again facing similar issues, prompting fears of a rerun of
The Memphis Engineer District’s Bank Grading Unit (BGU) grades the banks of the Mississippi River to the proposed design slopes to support the sinking of Articulated Concrete Mattress (ACM) performed by the
The New Orleans Engineer District is to construct an underwater sill across the bed of the Mississippi River channel to prevent further upriver progression of salt water from the Gulf of Mexico.
By Michael Breslin, Director – Safety & Sustainability, American Waterways Operators In less than eight months, the Mississippi River’s water levels have experienced significant fluctuations. In October 2022, the river reached unprecedented
The St. Louis Engineer District held a groundbreaking ceremony May 18 for a new 1,200- by 110-foot lock chamber adjacent to the existing 600- by 110-foot lock chamber in Winfield, Mo. The
Due to high water, the St. Paul Engineer District closed several Mississippi River locks and dams to all commercial and recreational traffic this past weekend and anticipates more closures in the coming
The St. Paul Engineer District has closed four locks and dams in response to high water levels on the Mississippi River. Lock and Dam 4, near Alma, Wis., was closed on April