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USCG Recognizes CTC’s M/V Bill Stile Crew

On November 3rd, 2017, the crew onboard the M/V Bill Stile was recognized by the United States Coast Guard for actions taken on June 29, 2017. On this date, the M/V Bill Stile was transiting northbound on the Ohio River. … Continue reading

Campbell Wins #RiversMoveAmerica Photo Contest

Photo Credit: Leadman Chris Huddleston Vessel: M/V Tommy H Campbell Transportation Company, Inc. was selected as the winner of the #RiversMoveAmerica photo contest with Waterways Council Inc. Photo (above) was taken onboard the M/V Tommy H from the pilothouse of … Continue reading

Campbell CEO Stephaich Weighs in on All Things Inland

Peter H. Stephaich is Chairman and CEO of Blue Danube Incorporated and Campbell Transportation Company. Peter is also on the Board of Directors of Blue Danube, a position that he has held since 1982. If today he isn’t the most … Continue reading

CTC TSMS Certificate

Campbell Transportation Company, Inc.’s Towing Safety Management System has been Certified by Towing Vessel Inspection Bureau (TVIB).

CTC in Marine News 2017

-Peter Stephaich, Campbell’s Chairman and CEO “We’re moving more and more tank barges up and down the Ohio River for major petroleum companies. We’re focusing on that for the future …We asked ourselves, what do we invest in? We knew … Continue reading

Campbell Acquires ACBL Assets

Marine services company Campbell Transportation Company, Inc. (CTC) said it has completed the acquisition of certain affreightment contracts along with 155 barges and four towboats from American Commercial Barge Line LLC that will operate on the Ohio River system. The … Continue reading

The Waterways Journal – May 22, 2017

CAMPBELL BUYS FOUR BOATS, 155 BARGES FROM ACBL Campbell Transportation Company Inc., a fully integrated marine services company, announced May 15 that it has signed an agreement with American Commercial Barge Line LLC to acquire certain freight contracts along with … Continue reading

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette – MV Tommy H

Rechristened towboat set to journey down the Ohio Perched 40 feet above the water, Joe Gray began piloting a 126-foot towboat down the length of the Ohio River to Illinois after the vessel was rechristened Thursday in Pittsburgh. The towboat … Continue reading