As the soybean and corn harvests approach full swing, the resiliency of the inland waterway system is being tested by the damage of hurricanes Ida and Nicholas. Ken Eriksen, senior… Read More
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For months, U.S. shipping interests have been issuing anguished complaints about massive container imbalances, delays, jams, rising costs and the alleged refusal by some carriers of U.S. containerized exports. Now… Read More
Repair or replacement of locks and dams along America’s inland waterway system is key to the system’s future, Paul Rohde said during the Inland Marine Expo’s session “Infrastructure Report: Projects… Read More
The Coast Guard has reopened the Lower Mississippi River in the vicinity of the fractured Hernando de Soto Bridge in Memphis, Tenn., allowing a queue of vessels and barges to move beneath the bridge. As of… Read More
(Note: This is an updated and expanded version of a story that was initially posted on Waterwaysjournal.net May 12. This story will be updated as needed.) The Coast Guard closed… Read More
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently awarded the first contract to jumpstart the deepening of the Mississippi River Ship Channel from Baton Rouge, La., to the Gulf of Mexico… Read More
A farmer-owned cooperative broke ground for a new $11 million barge loading and unloading terminal along the Missouri River on September 9 at Mile 680.5 near Blencoe, Iowa, between Council… Read More