BELLEVIEW SAND & GRAVEL

  • Engineering District : Louisville
  • TSO Series Number : TS-4 Transportation Lines on the Mississippi River System and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway
  • Principal Commodity List : SAND, GRAVEL AND CRUSHED AGGREGATE
  • Area of Operation : OHIO RIVER MILE 502
  • Vessels
    • Pushboat : 2
    • Vessels List : MR. SNOOPY, OLD ABE
  • Address
    5725 BELLEVIEW RD. PETERSBURG KY 41080
  • Contact
    • Phone : 859-586-8211
5725 BELLEVIEW RD. PETERSBURG KY 41080

Managed Vessels

MR. SNOOPY

  • Type : Pushboat
  • Construction : Steel

OLD ABE

  • Type : Pushboat
  • Construction : Steel

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Hong Kong-based Cosco Shipping Ports said on Saturday that a worker died in an early-morning accident at a megaport it is building on Peru's Pacific coast.The worker was doing sanding and painting work at the deepwater Chancay Port Terminal when the accident occurred, the company said in a statement.

Container Rates Soar on Concerns of Prolonged Red Sea Disruption

Container Rates Soar on Concerns of Prolonged Red Sea Disruption

Container shipping rates for key global routes have soared this week, with U.S. and UK air strikes on Yemen stirring concerns of a prolonged disruption to global trade in Red Sea, one of the world's busiest routes, industry officials said on Friday.U.S. and British warplanes, ships and submarines launched dozens of strikes across Yemen overnight in retaliation against Iran-backed Houthi forces

War, Weather Put Ocean Shippers on Notice for Rough Seas in 2024

War, Weather Put Ocean Shippers on Notice for Rough Seas in 2024

Recent hostilities in the Red Sea have thrown global shippers of vital goods for a loop - but it is hardly the only issue that big carriers are facing as 2024 kicks off.Giants like Maersk say the industry, which handles 90% of global trade, faces the possibility of significant disruptions, from ongoing wars to droughts affecting key routes like the Panama Canal.

Panama Canal Woes Mean Longer Haul for Many

Panama Canal Woes Mean Longer Haul for Many

As low water level continue to plaque the Panama Canal, shipowners and managers are paying the price in the form of longer hauls and higher fuel (and emissions) costs to deliver product to market.In one example, oil tanker Cururo is taking the long way from Houston to Chile: sailing the length of South America's Atlantic coast

Marine News' Top Vessels of 2023

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The November edition of Marine News magazine highlighted a selection of the most notable American newbuilds delivered of 2023—from a first-of-its-kind green towboat, to the lead vessel in a series of game-changing ships to train U.S. mariners.Empire StateAs the lead vessel in a series of five new training ships being constructed to serve America's state maritime academies

Vessels Run Aground in the Rivers of the Drought-hit Amazon Region

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A barge carrying three trucks and 2,000 empty cooking gas cylinders lies stranded on the vast sand banks of a diminished Rio Negro river after running aground last month, highlighting the plight of river transport in the Amazon region hit by severe drought.Officials warned that low river levels risk disrupting grains exports from nearby farm states.

Historic Drought, Hot Seas Slow Panama Canal Shipping

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Before the Ever Max ship carrying lava lamps, sofas, Halloween costumes and artificial Christmas trees could make its inaugural Panama Canal voyage this month, a historic drought forced it to drop weight by offloading hundreds of containers.Weather-related disruptions denied the vessel, owned by Taiwanese shipping company Evergreen Marine, a chance on Aug.

US Container Shippers Slow Walk New Contracts, Eye Easing of Red Sea Rate Hikes

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U.S. importers are playing the waiting game with new container shipping contracts, gambling the rate spike from Red Sea vessel attacks will fade and put them in a stronger negotiating position, shipping industry analysts said.Iran-aligned Houthi missile and drone attacks on commercial ships in the Red Sea have forced most container carriers to reroute vessels around Africa and sent spot rates

US Great Lakes Shipping Companies Spend $120 Million on Winter Repairs

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American shipping companies are spending more than $120 million to repair and maintain their fleets of Great Lakes bulk carriers this winter.The fleet of U.S.-flagged ships, known as "lakers", can move more than 90 million tons of cargos annually, including iron ore, stone, coal, grain, salt and sand.

As Missiles Soar, Freight Rates Soar, too

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Markets Spike Following Houthi Attacks on Shipping

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