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Hickman-Fulton County Riverport
important link to national and international markets by
facilitating access for farmers and industries to the
integrated logistics of rail, water and roadways. The facility operates 8 hours a day, five days a week
under normal conditions. The Riverport provides both
bulk and break-bulk cargo transfer operations with an
unlimited array of commodities. Grain, wire rod,
fertilizer, petroleum coke, zinc, aggregates and steel
coils are just some of the numerous products that pass
through the Port at any given time. When necessary, the facility
operates 24/7. Our facilities provide availability for
the following services:
discharge to truck - granular and break bulk commodities
discharge to conveyor - coke, granular commodities.
discharge to rail (using conveyor) - coke, granular
to barge - grain products.
and rail to storage - gain, granular and break bulk
lift - 125 ton pedestal mounted.
addition to conveyor and crane, the Riverport provides
transfer service with forklifts, loaders, trailers, and
consists of 2 warehouses 18,000 & 10,000 sq. ft.
(currently occupied) as well as a flat storage capacity
of 2 million bushels.
There are also 9+ acres for outside storage and
the port is provided by a short line railroad, the
TennKen Railroad Company. The rail line connects to a
Class 1 connection in Dyersburg, Tennessee. All rail
tracks within the confines of the Riverport are owned
and maintained by the port.