Last week, we ran a piece about how barge movements are not showing any dramatic impacts so far from the tariff wars with China, including a large drop in soy… Read More
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By Matthew Bonvento and Emil Muccin Mariners have been plying the oceans, rivers, lakes and harbors per records for over 2,000 years. What has transpired from an electronic technology standpoint in… Read More
The McClellan–Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System (MKARNS) was the largest civil works project undertaken by the Corps at the time. It was originally authorized by Congress as early as July… Read More
The Olmsted Lock and Dam Replacement Project, formally inaugurated on August 30, almost didn’t happen as recently as 2013. Now it is already being put to work impounding a pool… Read More
Even though the Olmsted Locks and Dam won’t be fully operational until late October, it is already working. Waylon Humphrey, deputy chief of operations at the Corps of Engineers, told… Read More
For the barge industry, the summer’s best news is probably the official opening of Olmsted Locks and Dam. But a close second might be the Corps of Engineers’ announcement of… Read More