Tidewater Barge Lines

 

As a normal course of our business, Tidewater handles grain, petroleum products, wood products, liquid and dry fertilizers, and all types of containerized freight. Tidewater also has boats, personnel, and specialty barges that are capable of accommodating a wide range of other transportation needs over the full length of the Columbia-Snake River System.

Petroleum

Tidewater transports refined petroleum products and bio-blends in its fleet of 8 double-hulled barges with a capacity of 264,000 barrels.

For more info please contact:

stu@tidewater.com

Grain

Tidewater has 62 grain barges with capacity of 203,000 short tons or 6,733,000 bushels. Our barges load from The Dalles, Oregon to Lewiston, Idaho on the Columbia & Snake River systems.

For more info please contact: greg.zanavich@tidewater.com

Special Projects

Tidewater can handle your special project transportation needs, with barges available to move items such as heavy equipment, dredged materials and large vessels.

For more info please contact: greg.zanavich@tidewater.com

Export Containers

Tidewater is engaged in both the terminaling and transportation of export containers from the upriver Ports of Lewiston, ID, Pasco, WA, and Boardman, OR.

For more info please contact: greg.zanavich@tidewater.com

Solid Waste

One line of business that Tidewater pioneered is the handling of solid waste in sealed containers to a landfill in Eastern Oregon. Each solid waste barge can handle up to 60 containers.

For more info please contact: greg.zanavich@tidewater.com

Paper Products

Tidewater handles a variety of paper-related products such as wood chips, pulp and paper. Wood chips are handled in bulk and support the just-in-time delivery service needs of the various mills within the Columbia & Snake River systems.

For more info please contact:

neil.@tidewater.com

6305 NW Old Lower River Rd

Vancouver, WA  98660

 

PO Box 1210

Vancouver, WA  98666

WA  (360) 693-1491

OR   (503) 281-0081

Fax  (360) 694-8981

 

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