Tour of The Cincinnati Barge & Rail Terminal

Join the Cincinnati Roundtable of the Council of Supply Chain Professionals (CSCMP) for a special tour of the Cincinnati Barge & Rail Terminal. Cincinnati Barge & Rail Terminal provides transloading for rail, truck and waterborne shippers and receivers, as well as warehouse and bulk storage and delivery services.

Cincinnati Barge & Rail Terminal offers a strategic geographic location at Ohio River mile 468.5, halfway between Cairo, IL and Pittsburgh, PA. The port of Cincinnati is among the largest inland ports in the nation offering access to the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers and beyond. Did you know that one 15-barge tow and tow boat can move the equivalent of 1,050 large semi-truckloads or 6 locomotives pulling 216 rail cars? Approximately 222 million tons of cargo are transported annually on the Ohio River system—more than The Panama Canal!

For your safety, all participants must wear closed-toe shoes. Please wear comfortable shoes and attire.

Tour Guide:
Jeff Stewart, President
Cincinnati Barge & Rail Terminal

Jeff has over 25 years of leadership experience in marine transportation and logistics, and has been involved in entrepreneurial and private investment activities for over 30 years. As President, Jeff has helped build the Cincinnati Barge & Rail Terminal business and overseen upgrades and additions to facilities including warehouses, paved surfaces, shore mounted crane, onsite railroad and a high capacity conveyor system. CODE-RNDTB
5/25/2017 11:30 AM - 5/25/2017 1:30 PM
Cincinnati Barge & Rail Terminal 1725 Riverside Dr. Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 USA

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