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Transportation, logistics, and warehousing serving the East Coast and Beyond

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Riverbulk is a vertically integrated marine transportation company. Our full fleet of 30 vessels delivers more than a million tons of bulk, breakbulk, and project cargo annually to the East Coast and beyond with a terminal capable of storing a wide variety of bulk and project cargo.

Located in Chowan County, North Carolina, Riverbulk combines one of the largest fleets of tugs and barges in the region with a 50-acre multi-use facility.

Whether you need to move cargo, store raw materials, or seek a multi-use location that combines manufacturing, warehousing, and logistics to streamline your business operations, Riverbulk is ready to serve you.

Extensive Operating Range, Complex Logistical Solutions ​

Riverbulk Terminal

In 2016,  we opened Riverbulk Terminal, a 50-acre property.

Riverbulk Terminal boasts:

  • 1,100 feet of waterfront
  • an expansive concrete pad and more than 11 acres of hard-surface open-air storage
  • a fleeting area able to hold up to 16 barges and vessels
  • 114-foot wide ramp for dry-docking vessels
  • an expansive area for fleet maintenance
  • 350-foot bulkhead that facilitates the loading and unloading of a wide range of bulk and project cargo

Our large multi-use facility is the perfect base of operations for new or growing initiatives within your company. 

Moving Goods safely, efficiently, and sustainably

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Riverbulk Transportation

We own and operate a fleet of 30 vessels that are continually moving cargo along the US East Coast.

Our range extends, with our long-term partnerships, to the West and Gulf Coasts, The Great Lakes, and the Caribbean, as well as international ports.

We can do the same for you.

Long-term Partnerships with some of the biggest companies in the United States

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Today, we operate one of the largest fleets in the region

  • Nucor Steel
  • MiTek Industries
  • JWF Industries

These include just a few of the long-standing Partnerships that drive our business.

We began in 1999, moving the biggest, bulkiest, and heaviest cargo on America’s waterways.

Today, we’re still moving forward.