Innovation on the Move Upcoming Trade Shows 2021 Want to meet the BL Duke River Terminal Team and learn why we’re the fastest growing terminal service in t [...]
The Shannon E. Collins Foundation (SECF) committee chose Gabriella Ziletti and Diego Guttierez as the two recipients of the 2021-2022 Scholarship. Both ap [...]
Transloading 101: How BL Duke River Terminal connects shippers to new markets cost effectively & sustainably
It does not take a rocket scientist to understand that transportation costs can have tremendous impacts to a company’s bottom line. Transloading can be an [...]
Temperatures Are Temporary: Midwest shippers remain optimistic that flows on the Illinois will be restored
It has been a while since the Illinois River limited barge traffic due to freezing temperatures, but at long last we find ourselves preparing for the inevi [...]
In honor of Veteran’s Day, we wanted to shine light on a program dedicated to warriors in the workforce. The Employee Support of the Guard and Reserve is a [...]
BL Duke River Terminal, a division of BL Duke, is planning to resume normally scheduled business as repairs to the Illinois Waterway near completion. North [...]
Last year, our colleague and friend, Shannon Collins lost her battle to Metastatic Breast Cancer. Her courage, strength, and resiliency during her 5 year j [...]
Entering 2020, what everyone thought was a light at the end of the tunnel, was really an on coming train. “We were prepared for the Illinois River closure, but no one could have predicted the impact of COVID-19 on the metals industry ...”
The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has recently updated the schedule for the 2020 Illinois River closure, stating that five of eight locks will be closed starting in July 2020.
The US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) has recently updated the schedule for the 2020 Illinois River closure, stating that five of eight locks will be closed starting in July 2020. We want to do our best to help you prepare.