Innovative companies are constantly coming out with new products and services to help the inland barge industry operate more safely and economically. You’ll find our coverage here.
With a background in Wall Street and experience running a couple of companies, Rand Taylor said he was cautious about getting involved when a friend approached him about a unique… Read More
MobileOps Inc., a designer and developer of maritime software applications (logistics, safety, compliance, vessel maintenance, scheduling, analytics) and OpenTug have teamed up to provide what they say is the first… Read More
RippleGo software is designed to be as useful to the maritime industry in planning a trip on water as GPS software is on land. Currently in beta testing, the web-based… Read More
A new subscription service is providing towing vessel and liquid barge data and analysis from an industry veteran. Mark Lawrence began developing Current Data LLC in 2019 and launched the… Read More
Dos Santos International is providing a high-angle conveyor for a floating terminal on the Mississippi River. Cooper Consolidated’s floating transfer station in New Orleans, La., was originally designed for carbon… Read More
A retired Arizona professor has come up with a way to repair columns and pilings using a PVC panel system that snaps or slots together. “These are the only system… Read More
Mitsubishi is highlighting its mechanically controlled Tier 1, Tier 2, Tier 3 and new Tier 4 engines, saying that its customers prefer their simplicity and reliability.. “Our highly qualified and… Read More