SEACOR’s Inland River Services group owns and operates modern river transportation equipment; owns covered and open hopper barges, 10,000 and 30,000 barrel tank barges, deck barges, inland river towboats and smaller harbor boats; and provides ancillary services along the U.S. Inland River Waterways and the Parana-Paraguay and the Magdalena River Systems in South America.
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SCF Marine operates a fleet of hopper barges along the U.S. Inland River Waterways and South America, transporting agricultural, industrial, and project cargoes. The liquid division, SCF Liquids, is a fully integrated towboat and tank barge company, specializing in the transportation of chemical, clean, and dirty products. Gateway Terminals is among the newest ethanol and petroleum storage terminals on the Mississippi River, with a capacity of 400,000 barrels and the ability to receive and transfer products by barge, unit train, and truck.
SCF Services provides machine shop services, gear and engine repairs, the repair of barges and towboats at locations on the U.S. Inland River Waterways, and a 24-hour shore side tankering business. SCF Fleeting provides services on the U.S. Inland River Waterways to assist in the loading and unloading, cleaning, and staging of barges. SCF Lewis and Clark Fleeting provides fleeting services in the St. Louis Harbor.
The groups grain and fertilizer storage facility is located in McLeansboro, Illinois, and has the ability to load and unload unit trains and trucks. SCF Lewis and Clark Terminals provides terminal services in the St. Louis area.
Joint ventures include an entity that operates inland river towboats providing services on the U.S. Inland River Waterways, and an entity which owns and operates storage facilities located in McLeansboro and Fairmont City, Illinois.
The groups South America joint ventures include SCF International, which operates towboats and barges on the Parana-Paraguay River System and a transshipment terminal at the Port of Ibicuy, Argentina, and SCF Colombia, which operates towboats and dry and liquid tank barges on the Magdalena River.