Ingram Barge

Ingram Barge

Nashville, TN, United States
Nashville United States
Founded:
1946

The Ingram Barge Company is a barge company based in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. According to the company website, Ingram operates nearly 4,000 barges with a fleet of over 80 linehaul vessels and over 30 tug boats. Wikipedia

Ingram Barge

Nashville, TN, United States
Nashville United States

The Ingram Barge Company is a barge company based in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. According to the company website, Ingram operates nearly 4,000 barges with a fleet of over 80 linehaul vessels and over 30 tug boats. Wikipedia

Founded:
1946
  • Oct 24 at 1:25 PM
    Today''s Towboat Spotlight: The M/V Dennis C. Bottorff (b. 1975, 7200HP, 168'' x 50''). Originally named the Steel Patriot, the vessel was rechristened in 1992 in honor of a former member of the Ingram Industries Inc. Board of Directors. The DCB primarily works on the Lower Mississippi River. Thanks to Rob Fleenor for sharing this photo! #bestintow #ingrambarge
  • Oct 17 at 3:02 PM
    Last week, Ingram Barge christened the M/V Mark Duley (6000HP, 170'' x 40'') - Mark is the current Vice President of Vessel Engineering and has been part of the Ingram team for 39 years. Congrats Mark! #ingrambarge #bestintow
  • Oct 4 at 11:04 AM
    #facesofIngram: Chris Rennaux, who''s been working on the river for 16 years, is the 2nd Mate on the M/V Eva Walker. ""My favorite part of working on the river is being outside in nature every day. I typically work in the fleet - it''s challenging and every day is different, so you have to be nimble and prepared to do whatever it takes to get the job done safely and efficiently to keep our linehaul boats moving."" #ingrambarge #bestintow #towboater
  • Sep 27 at 3:08 PM
    #facesofIngram: Zero Harm is our goal at Ingram Barge and James Kong Smith, 2nd Mate on the M/V Jerry Deal, can attest to the importance of safety in our operations. It was Ingrams focus on safety that drew me over from a competitor 5 years ago. Here, we slow down and take the time to think through everything were doing. #ingrambarge #bestintow #zeroharm

Oct 24, 1:25 PM

Today''s Towboat Spotlight: The M/V Dennis C. Bottorff (b. 1975, 7200HP, 168'' x 50''). Originally named the Steel Patriot, the vessel was rechristened in 1992 in honor of a former member of the Ingram Industries Inc. Board of Directors. The DCB primarily works on the Lower Mississippi River. Thanks to Rob Fleenor for sharing this photo! #bestintow #ingrambarge

Oct 17, 3:02 PM

Last week, Ingram Barge christened the M/V Mark Duley (6000HP, 170'' x 40'') - Mark is the current Vice President of Vessel Engineering and has been part of the Ingram team for 39 years. Congrats Mark! #ingrambarge #bestintow

Oct 4, 11:04 AM

#facesofIngram: Chris Rennaux, who''s been working on the river for 16 years, is the 2nd Mate on the M/V Eva Walker. ""My favorite part of working on the river is being outside in nature every day. I typically work in the fleet - it''s challenging and every day is different, so you have to be nimble and prepared to do whatever it takes to get the job done safely and efficiently to keep our linehaul boats moving."" #ingrambarge #bestintow #towboater

Sep 27, 3:08 PM

#facesofIngram: Zero Harm is our goal at Ingram Barge and James Kong Smith, 2nd Mate on the M/V Jerry Deal, can attest to the importance of safety in our operations. It was Ingrams focus on safety that drew me over from a competitor 5 years ago. Here, we slow down and take the time to think through everything were doing. #ingrambarge #bestintow #zeroharm