BUNGE

  • General
    • Vessel Name : BUNGE
    • Operator : U. S. BANCORP EQUIPMENT FINANCE, INC.
    • Ships Type (ICST) : Dry Cargo Covered Barge
    • Vessel Type : Covered Hopper Barge
    • Construction : Steel
  • Engine
  • Location
    • City : ST. LOUIS
    • STATE : MO
  • Capacity
    • Net Tonnage : 745
    • Full Load Capacity : 1915 Short ton
  • Size
    • Register length : 195 Feet
    • Regular Breadth : 35 Feet
    • Overall Length : 195 Feet
    • Overall Breadt : 35 Feet
    • Load draft : 11 Feet
    • Light Draft : 1.7 Feet
    • Height : 22.4 Feet
  • Other
    • Year : 1999
    • EQUIP1 : NONE
    • Coast Guard Number : CG574904

U. S. BANCORP EQUIPMENT FINANCE, INC.

  • Area of Operation : UPPER AND LOWER MISSISSIPPI, OHIO, ILLINOIS AND OTHER TRIBUTARIES
  • Principal Commodity : GRAIN, STEEL AND OTHER COMMODITIES

News

Top Global Firms Call for Zero Emissions Shipping by 2050

Top Global Firms Call for Zero Emissions Shipping by 2050

More than 150 leading companies and organizations including oil majors and port authorities on Wednesday called for the global shipping industry to be fully decarbonized by 2050, urging governments to step up action warning time was limited.With about 90% of world trade transported by sea

Expect the Unexpected on the Inland Waterways

Expect the Unexpected on the Inland Waterways

Among transportation planners, “resilience”, describing the ability to bounce back from adversities, both economic and other, has become a top consideration as we increasingly must “expect the unexpected.” The U.S. waterway system, covering the network of inland rivers and coastwise waterways, has seen a mix of good and not so good.

US Inland Waterways: High Waters & Swirling Currents

US Inland Waterways: High Waters & Swirling Currents

The inland waterway system, flowing through the United States heartland, is a microcosm of all that has been happening in 2020: trade tensions, infrastructure issues, shifting trends in fuel consumption and the pandemic that has gripped us since the winter months. Shortly after the initial coronavirus outbreak here in the U.S.

US Barge Costs Spike Weeks After Hurricane Ida

US Barge Costs Spike Weeks After Hurricane Ida

Barge freight costs for moving grains in the Midwestern United States spiked on Thursday due to ongoing logistical problems more than two weeks after Hurricane Ida, while CHS Inc said the timeline to reopen its terminal remains uncertain.CHS Inc, a farmer cooperative and grain trader, said it expected its Myrtle Grove, Louisiana, grain export terminal to be operational by the height of the U.S.

US Gulf Coast Grain Exports Slowly Resuming

US Gulf Coast Grain Exports Slowly Resuming

Louisiana Gulf Coast grain exports are slowly ramping up after a nearly two-week halt due to damage from Hurricane Ida, with at least two large terminals loading vessels and power steadily being restored to others, government and shipping sources said on Thursday.More than 50 oceangoing vessels have lined up along the lower Mississippi River waiting to dock and be loaded with soybeans or grain

More Grain Terminals Found Damaged by Ida, Exports May Stall for Weeks

More Grain Terminals Found Damaged by Ida, Exports May Stall for Weeks

Grain shippers on the U.S. Gulf Coast reported more damage from Hurricane Ida to their terminals on Wednesday as Cargill Inc confirmed damage to a second facility, while power outages across southern Louisiana kept all others shuttered.Global grains trader Cargill Inc said its Westwego, La.

Ida Damages US' Busiest Grain Terminal, Disrupts Exports

Ida Damages US' Busiest Grain Terminal, Disrupts Exports

Hurricane Ida damaged a Louisiana grain export elevator owned by global grain trader Cargill Inc and disrupted export operations at the busiest bulk grain export facilities in the United States on Monday.Cargill said its Reserve, Louisiana, terminal, one of two the company operates along the Mississippi River near the Gulf of Mexico, "sustained significant damage" from the storm

Congestion at Brazil's Largest Port Leaves Traders Scrambling

Congestion at Brazil's Largest Port Leaves Traders Scrambling

Soy and sugar traders are fighting for room in Latin America’s largest port, rushing to secure loading slots as the slowest Brazilian soy harvest in 10 years pushes the grains export window into the sugar season.Congestion was hitting Brazil’s Santos port just as consumers worldwide have been turning to top exporter Brazil for sugar and soybean supplies.

Argentine Grain Inspector Strike Ends, Exports to Flow

Argentine Grain Inspector Strike Ends, Exports to Flow

The union representing Argentine port-side grain inspectors said on Thursday it had ended a month-long wage strike after reaching a contract deal with export companies that will allow international soy, corn and wheat shipments to return to normal.The deal was struck after a marathon negotiation session with Argentina's private ports chamber on Wednesday.

Argentina Agro-export Firms Improve Offer to End Grains Port Strike

Argentina Agro-export Firms Improve Offer to End Grains Port Strike

Argentina's influential chamber of soyoil manufacturers and exporters on Sunday spiced up an offer to striking workers, seeking to end a more than two-week standoff that has bogged down exports from one of the world's main breadbaskets.The CIARA-CEC chamber said it would top up salaries by 35% in 2020, a central demand of the striking workers

US Soy Exports Hit 6-month High as Gulf Loadings Rise After Ida

US Soy Exports Hit 6-month High as Gulf Loadings Rise After Ida

U.S. soybean exports jumped last week to a six-month peak, while corn shipments were the highest in a month as Louisiana Gulf Coast terminals steadily ramped up operations disrupted nearly a month ago by Hurricane Ida, preliminary data showed on Monday.The export pace remained well below normal for this time of year as some terminals remain shuttered or running at reduced capacity after the

Brazil Port Regulator Targets Bunge, Two Port Agencies in Probe

Brazil Port Regulator Targets Bunge, Two Port Agencies in Probe

Brazil's port regulator targeted the local unit of global grains merchant Bunge and two port agents in an investigation announced on Tuesday, threatening the trader's dominant position at a key export hub in the south of the country.The probe, ordered by port regulator Antaq via regulatory decision in the official government gazette