Terral River Service | River Operations


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Terral River Service | River Operations

  1. 1. River Operations
  2. 2. River Operations We operate three fleeting and harbor services on the Lower Mississippi River. 10/24/201 3
  3. 3. River Operations Locations: + Lake Providence (Mile 484 LMR) + Tallulah (Mile 456 LMR) + Old River (Mile 304 LMR) 10/24/201 3
  4. 4. Our Lake Providence push boat fleet is led by M/V Kim King, serving the industries of East Carroll Parish with a fleet capacity of 100. River Operations 10/24/201 3
  5. 5. Our Tallulah push boat fleet at Madison Parish Port is led by M/V Virginia Renee, serving the industries of Madison Parish with a fleet capacity of 70. River Operations 10/24/201 3
  6. 6. Our Old River push boat fleet, the lynchpin of our fleet operations, at Pointe Coupee Parish Port is led by M/V Anna Marie, serving the Red, Ouachita, and Atchafalaya Rivers from the Mississippi River with a fleet capacity of 200. River Operations 10/24/201 3
  7. 7. We provide several other services at these locations: + Mid-stream switching + Dock switching + Fully insured fleeting + River barge cleaning + Abovewater river barge repair River Operations 10/24/201 3
  8. 8. Rivers We Run River Operations 10/24/201 3
  9. 9. Atchafalaya River
  10. 10. Terral is equipped and staffed to run the Atchafalaya River down to the West Canal. River Operations 10/24/201 3
  11. 11. River Operations The route from the Mississippi to the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) is 120 miles on the Atchafalaya River. The Port Allen route, by comparison, is 139 miles. 10/24/201 3
  12. 12. With 3,000-horsepower, retractable wheelhouse push boats fleeted at our Old River hub, we can move river barges on the Atchafalaya River at most water heights. River Operations 10/24/201 3
  13. 13. Intracoastal Waterway
  14. 14. Our Old River Fleet can reach the ICW at Morgan City via the Atchafalaya River quicker than through the New Orleans or Baton Rouge alternatives. River Operations 10/24/201 3
  15. 15. River Operations 10/24/201 3 We ship eastbound or westbound on the ICW, and make frequent deliveries off the Intracoastal to Lake Charles, Houston, and our facility on the Mermentau River.
  16. 16. Mississippi River
  17. 17. Terral operates two origination points for cottonseed, with a combined total storage capacity of 23,000 tons. River Operations 10/24/2013
  18. 18. With two 3,000-horsepower push boats in our fleet, we are able to move twelve river barges at a time up and down the Lower Mississippi River. River Operations 10/24/201 3
  19. 19. River Operations We have three fleets adjacent to the Mississippi, with boats traveling from the Old River Fleet down to New Orleans on a weekly basis. 10/24/201 3
  20. 20. Ouachita River
  21. 21. We frequently move river barges to Ouachita River’s ports, including Columbia, LouisianaMonroe, and Crossett, AR. River Operations 10/24/201 3
  22. 22. Many of our pilots live on the Ouachita River and have twenty or more years of experience running the river. River Operations 10/24/201 3
  23. 23. Red River
  24. 24. Terral is your gateway to the Red River. We move the most barges and tons by river barge on the Red River, and offer the only spot towing service available. River Operations 10/24/201 3
  25. 25. Our fleet location at the mouth of the Red River. Many of our pilots have more than twenty years of experience on the Red River alone. River Operations 10/24/201 3
  26. 26. We provide shipping freight service to the major ports on the Red River, including Alexandria, Natchitoches, Red River Port, Coushatta, Colfax, and Shreveport. River Operations 10/24/201 3
  27. 27. Terral is a bulk material handling and river transportation service company operating on the Mississippi River System, the inland waterways of Louisiana and southern Arkansas, and the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway.