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Kirby Inland Marine operates the nation's largest fleet of inland tank barges and towing vessels. Petrochemicals, such as styrene, benzene and methanol; liquid fertilizer, including anhydrous ammonia; refined products, including gasoline, diesel and jet fuel; black oil, such as asphalt, No. 6 fuel oil, crude oil and coker fuel; and pressurized products, such as butane, propane and butadiene, are transported efficiently and safely from producers to intermediaries to end users.

Kirby's service area spans America's inland waterway network: The Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, the Mississippi River System, the Illinois River, the Ohio River and numerous other waterways. Kirby operates 870 active inland tank barges, 252 active towing vessels and five fleets. Kirby represents the industry leader in safety, customer service and environmental protection.

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Use this number to report incidents involving Kirby personnel or equipment or emergencies in a third party facility that could impact Kirby Personnel or Equipment calling on the facility.

 

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Learn more about Waterways Council, Inc., a national public policy organization advocating a modern and well-maintained national system of port and inland waterways.

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