BETTY SIXEL

  • Engineering District : Detroit
  • TSO Series Number : TS-3 Transportation Lines on the Great Lakes System
  • Principal Commodity List : SMALL EQUIPMENT, MISC., RIP RAP
  • Area of Operation : GREEN BAY, STURGEON BAY CHANNEL & LAKE MICHIGAN
  • Vessels
    • Deck Barge : 1
    • Vessels List : SCOW
  • Address
    E1664 CANYON CREEK LANE LUXEMBURG WI 53217
  • Contact
    • Phone : 920-737-3680
E1664 CANYON CREEK LANE LUXEMBURG WI 53217

Managed Vessel

SCOW

  • Type : Flat / Deck Barge
  • Construction : Steel

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Seaway Records Longest Navigation Season

Seaway Records Longest Navigation Season

After opening the 2016 season on March 21, the St. Lawrence Seaway closed on December 31, enjoying a navigation season of 286 days. This performance ties the record first established in 2008 and matched in 2013 for the longest navigation season. The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation recorded a total of 35 million tonnes of cargo transiting the Seaway’s locks in 2016.

A New Reef Biome Under the Amazon Plume

A New Reef Biome Under the Amazon Plume

As extensive exploration of shallow and deepwater oil and gas plays along Brazil’s Equatorial Margin (EM) progresses, a large and unique reef system has been discovered among offshore exploration and production blocks. In a research article recently published in Science Advances, a group of researchers from Brazil and the U.S.

St. Lawrence Seaway Traffic Sluggish in July

St. Lawrence Seaway Traffic Sluggish in July

“We are about half-way through the 2016 navigation season and our overall cargo tonnage numbers are down by 11 percent,” said Betty Sutton, Administrator of the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation. “The lack of iron ore and coal has definitely been a contributing factor for this decrease; however international traffic continues to be well above the five-year average

U.S. Ports See Slower Beginning to Shipping Season

U.S. Ports See Slower Beginning to Shipping Season

While U.S. ports have been busy, overall the beginning of the shipping season has been slower than anticipated.   “Although the overall cargo numbers remain down when compared to the same time frame last year, in June we were above the five-year average,” said Betty Sutton, Administrator of the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.

ABYC Announces New Board, Officers

ABYC Announces New Board, Officers

The American Boat & Yacht Council (ABYC) hosted its 63rd annual meeting and announced the election of three new members to the board of directors as well as the election of four officers. The annual meeting included an awards presentation to recognize ABYC members who have provided exceptional service to the marine industry.

Seaway Ties Record for Longest Navigation Season

Seaway Ties Record for Longest Navigation Season

After opening the 2016 season on March 21, the St. Lawrence Seaway closed on December 31, enjoying a navigation season of 286 days. This performance ties the record first established in 2008 and matched in 2013 for the longest navigation season. The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation recorded a total of 35 million tonnes of cargo transiting the Seaway’s locks in 2016.

Traditional, Project Cargoes Transit St. Lawrence Seaway in November

Traditional, Project Cargoes Transit St. Lawrence Seaway in November

“November was a good month for the export of agricultural products and shipments of aluminum ingots on the Great Lakes Seaway System,” said Betty Sutton, Administrator of the U.S. Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation. “Under the binational trade development program known as ‘Highway H2O’, the U.S.

McAllister Sells Two Tugs to Port City Marine

McAllister Sells Two Tugs to Port City Marine

The 4,300HP tugs Colleen McAllister (ex-Ellena Hicks, Hull 685) and Katie G. McAllister (ex-Libby Black, Hull 671) have been sold and delivered to new owners Port City Marine Services of Muskegon, Mich., reported Marcon International, Inc.   The 124’ x 33.1’ x 19.9’ depth / 18’ loaded draft tugs were built in 1967 and 1966 respectively by Gulfport Shipbuilding Corp.

BlueTech Week Paves the Way for OI North America

BlueTech Week Paves the Way for OI North America

The Maritime Alliance’s BlueTech Week brings ocean industry and organizations to San Diego, host city of new Oceanology International North America conference and exhibition   Oceanology International North America 2017 (OINA 17) partner The Maritime Alliance (TMA) held its annual ‘BlueTech Week’ in San Diego last week from November 7 to 11.

Grain and Project Cargo Dominate St. Lawrence Seaway Traffic in October

Grain and Project Cargo Dominate St. Lawrence Seaway Traffic in October

“The Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System saw a steady flow of traditional cargoes during the month of October,” said Betty Sutton, Administrator of the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.  “Last month, shipments of aluminum, steel, generators, crane components, iron ore and containerized goods moved in the system.  Thanks to a robust U.

St. Lawrence Seaway Shipments Steady in September

St. Lawrence Seaway Shipments Steady in September

“Notable increases were reflected in the export of wheat, corn and soybeans from the U.S. Ports of Duluth, Milwaukee and Toledo during the month of September,” said Betty Sutton, Administrator of the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.    “The good news is that we anticipate that trend to continue for the remaining three months of the 2016 navigation season.

US Ports Gear up for 2016 Shipping Season

US Ports Gear up for 2016 Shipping Season

The St. Lawrence Seaway opened two weeks earlier this shipping season and U.S. ports took advantage of the warm weather to move cargo for their customers.   Betty Sutton, Administrator of the U.S. Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation said, “During the first nine weeks of the 2016 navigation season