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Project cargo flows into Tulsa

December 24 - Tulsa Port of Catoosa's low water wharf continued to be busy in November 2015, with project cargo being loaded and unloaded by Fagioli and Barnhart Crane and Rigging.

Barnhart continues to keep its 600-tonne capacity mobile crane stationed at the port for heavy lifts, and Tulsa claims that it will remain busy. The port added that Barnhart has several inbound project cargo shipments scheduled for January 2016.

The port's dock restoration programme is also moving forward, with the main 200-tonne capacity bridge crane now in operation again. Further enhancements to the dock will continue into the winter months, said the port.

November saw a total of 146,410 tonnes of cargo shipped through the port - a slightly lower amount than the previous month.

The total volume of cargo shipped through the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System (MKARNS) in November was 819,103 tonnes. Of that total, 472,847 tonnes were shipped through Oklahoma.

 

 

www.tulsaport.com

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