CONSOLIDATED GRAIN AND BARGE CO.

  • Engineering District : Louisville
  • TSO Series Number : TS-4 Transportation Lines on the Mississippi River System and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway
  • Vessels
    • Dry Covered Barge : 2
    • Dry Open Barge : 1
    • Vessels List : ACBL, SCNO, VL
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    2061 RIVER ROAD LOUISVILLE KY 40206
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2061 RIVER ROAD LOUISVILLE KY 40206

Managed Vessels

ACBL

  • Type : Open Hopper Barge
  • Construction : Steel

SCNO

  • Type : Covered Hopper Barge
  • Construction : Steel

VL

  • Type : Covered Hopper Barge
  • Construction : Steel

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Ukraine Says 151 Ships Have Used Black Sea Corridor

Ukraine Says 151 Ships Have Used Black Sea Corridor

Some 151 ships have used Ukraine's new Black Sea shipping corridor since it was set up in August, the Interfax-Ukraine news agency reported on Friday, citing a senior government official.A total of 4.4 million metric tons of cargo, including 3.2 million tons of grain, has been shipped via the corridor, Yuriy Vaskov, deputy minister for renovation and infrastructure, was quoted as saying.A U.N.

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

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

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.

Freight Rates for Grain Exports via New Black Sea Route Fall Sharply, Ukraine Says

Freight Rates for Grain Exports via New Black Sea Route Fall Sharply, Ukraine Says

A new corridor allowing cargo vessels to carry Ukrainian grain and iron ore from Black Sea ports has significantly lowered freight rates and they are likely to fall further, Ukraine's farm minister said on Monday.Kyiv launched what it calls a temporary humanitarian corridor in August to allow agricultural exports as an alternative arrangement after Russia blocked the U.N.

Mississippi River Near Historic Lows, Grain Exports at Risk

Mississippi River Near Historic Lows, Grain Exports at Risk

A key stretch of the lower Mississippi River dropped this week to within inches of its lowest-ever level and is expected to remain near historic lows just as the busiest U.S. grain export season gets underway, according to the National Weather Service.Low water has slowed hauling of export-bound corn and soybean barges over recent weeks as shippers lightened loads to prevent vessels from running

First Big Grain Ship Leaves Ukraine's Black Sea Port

The first big ship carrying grain from a Ukrainian Black Sea port has set sail since Moscow quit a deal in July to allow exports, a Ukrainian deputy prime minister said on Friday, part of Kyiv's campaign to break Russia's de facto blockade.The Aroyat "left the port Chornomorsk after loading 17,600 (metric tons of) Ukrainian wheat for Egypt," Oleksandr Kubrakov said on the X social media app

Ukraine Says It's Shipping Grain via Croatian Ports

Ukraine Says It's Shipping Grain via Croatian Ports

Ukraine has started exporting grain via Croatian seaports, aiming to broaden its export routes while its Black Sea ports are blocked, a senior Ukrainian official said on Thursday.Ukraine's main grain export route is usually via its deep Black Sea ports, but Kyiv has been looking for alternative routes since Russia invasion last year and Moscow's decision to quit the Black Sea grain export deal

Russia Hits Grain Facilities at Ukrainian Danube River Port

Russia Hits Grain Facilities at Ukrainian Danube River Port

Russian drones struck Ukrainian grain facilities at the Danube River port of Izmail overnight in what a senior official said on Wednesday was a systematic attempt by Moscow to prevent Kyiv exporting grain to the world.Deputy Prime Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov said the port's export capacity had been reduced by 15% and that 13,000 metric tons of grain had been destroyed.

Cargo Ship Leaves Ukrainian Port Despite Russian Threat of Attack

Cargo Ship Leaves Ukrainian Port Despite Russian Threat of Attack

A container ship set off from Ukraine's Black Sea port of Odesa on Wednesday in a test of Russia's threat to attack shipping after it abandoned a deal last month allowing Ukraine to export grain.The departure of the Hong-Kong-flagged Joseph Schulte, which had been in the port since Feb.

Fire Hits Grain Silos at French Atlantic Port

Fire Hits Grain Silos at French Atlantic Port

More than 100 firefighters fought a huge blaze at grain silos in the French Atlantic port of La Rochelle on Thursday, disrupting shipping activity at one of France's biggest grain export terminals.The fire started on a conveyor belt at around 8:00 a.m. (0600 GMT) in a grain silo complex operated by SICA Atlantique, the local prefecture said.

Russia Attacks Danube Grain Export Route

Russia Attacks Danube Grain Export Route

Russia destroyed Ukrainian grain warehouses on the Danube River in a drone attack on Monday, targeting a vital export route for Kyiv in an expanding air campaign that Moscow began last week after quitting the Black Sea grain deal.Last week's attacks mostly struck the sea ports of Odesa but Monday's pre-dawn strikes hit infrastructure along the Danube

UN Scrambles to Save Black Sea Grain Deal Ahead of Monday Deadline

UN Scrambles to Save Black Sea Grain Deal Ahead of Monday Deadline

The European Commission is helping the United Nations and Turkey try to extend a deal allowing the Black Sea export of Ukraine grain and is open to "explore all solutions," a European Union spokesperson said on Thursday, ahead of the deal's possible expiration on Monday.The U.N. and Turkey brokered the Black Sea Grain Initiative with Russia and Ukraine in July 2022 to help alleviate a global

UN Asks Putin to Extend Black Sea Grain Deal in Return for SWIFT Access

UN Asks Putin to Extend Black Sea Grain Deal in Return for SWIFT Access

U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has proposed to Russian President Vladimir Putin that he extend a deal allowing the safe Black Sea export of grain from Ukraine in return for connecting a subsidiary of Russia's agricultural bank to the SWIFT international payment system, sources told Reuters.