Ingram Barge

Ingram Barge

Nashville, Tennessee, 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, Tennessee, 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

Aug 30, 1:05 PM

Great aerial view of an Ingram vessel and tow traveling on the Cumberland River through Nashville - Repost @el_aimlessphoto

Aug 23, 2:58 PM

#facesofIngram: Most towboaters will tell you that being away from family is one of the most difficult parts of the job. Chris Spies, Sr. Deckhand on the M/V William P. Morelli, knows the challenges, but has learned to embrace the positives. My wife says working on the river has made me more of a family man. I cherish my time at home with my family a lot more. Chris is expecting his third son in late September!

Aug 16, 6:03 PM

The Ironton Bridge over the Ohio River, viewed from the stacks of the M/V Alvin C. Johnson. Photo by Pilot James Melancon

Aug 9, 11:18 AM

Today''s Towboat Spotlight: The M/V G. Allen Oldham (6120HP, 170'' x 40'', built in 1970). The vessel is named in honor of Allen Oldham, former Ingram Barge SVP & Controller, who retired in 2012 after 22 years of service. (Photo by Jeff Cumptan)