Operations are centered in a 20 acre site with 1,600 feet of water frontage. Eight hundred feet on the main channel of Tennessee River Mile 456 is sectioned into two unloading positions . Each position is equipped with a 70 ton crane mounted on 25 ft. diameter cells. These rigs will handle dry bulk items such as salt, coal, ore and finished products from barge to trucks or by conveyor to terminal structures.
Liquid cargo will be unloaded in the barge slip where calmer water assures transfer of cargo without danger of accidental spills. A floating boom will be deployed at the mouth of the slip to contain any such spill. Barge to rail transfers will take place at the south end of the slip.