The Terral RiverService team would like to extend a warm welcome to Tressie Frith, who recently joined us as our Payroll Administrator. Tressie comes to us from the LSU Ag Center where she was Administrative Coordinator for 18 years. She is currently earning her degree in Business Administration with a minor in Human Resources and… Read more »
Terral RiverService, Inc. is pleased to announce that the M/V Lena Louise, a boat acquired from Kinder Morgan in 2017 and previously named the M/V Austin Stone, is back in service after a five month rebuild. The rebuild took place in Lettsworth, and was completed in March of this year. All three main engines were… Read more »
Terral RiverService is proud to announce our featured employee for June, Mike Askue. Mike started working for TRS in November 2017 as part of our acquisition of Kinder Morgan in Blytheville, Arkansas. He had been working in the same position for over twenty-seven years and has brought a wealth of knowledge and expertise to our… Read more »
Terral RiverService is pleased to announce our recent expansion in the Florida Panhandle with an operating agreement for new rock yards. In November, we assumed the operations of two aggregate yards in Valparaiso and Point Washington; both are handling limestone and operating on behalf of Vulcan Materials Company (VMC). This agreement is in keeping with… Read more »
Lafayette Ainsworth started work at Terral RiverService on November 11, 2008. His first job was a deckhand in the harbor at our fleet in Lettsworth, Louisiana. Lafayette (affectionately known as Foots) advanced quickly in learning the duties of a deckhand. He was a very hard worker and did a good job on the deck. As… Read more »
The Mississippi River remains at flood levels, continuing a high water streak that began in January this year. The current 50 foot river hampers business as usual at Terral RiverService as it results in tow size limitations, closed port sites and damaged river infrastructure. Terral RiverService is working hard to prepare for the accelerated demand… Read more »
Terral RiverService Inc. completed the purchase of two unload rigs Wednesday November 14, 2018, under the direction of Neil Martin, Vice President of Services. TRS 6 in Action. A Komatsu PC 600 Material Handler with a 4.5-yard bucket was purchased from Waterways Investments Inc. and a Liebherr 974 B Material Handler from Phantom Materials. The… Read more »
Golf Tournament participants. Terral RiverService Inc. held its 14th Annual Golf Tournament at the Vicksburg Golf and Country Club on October 4, 2018. The annual event is an opportunity for Terral RiverService to show its appreciation to its customers and vendors, and enjoy a relaxing day together.
The former mv. Elmer Stone has been renamed to mv. Virginia Mooney. Terral has renamed the six push boats it purchased after acquiring Kinder Morgan’s Blytheville, AR and Decatur, AL river assets in December 2017.
Jesus Rangel has worked in the River Industry for 19 years. He began his career with Kinder Morgan and started working for Terral RiverService Inc. when they acquired Kinder Morgan’s River Assets in December of 2017. Jesus works at Terral’s Blytheville location as the Crane Operator and Leadman on the Wash Dock.
Jim Wood has been working at Terral RiverService Inc. for 10 years, and is the Captain of the M.V. Marguerite L. Terral. “I wanted to work there for the family atmosphere and the great equipment – the boats are well kept,” Jim said.
Terral RiverService Inc. welcomed Bruce McConkey to their team in June. Bruce has 20 years of experience in the river industry and serves as the Operations Manager of Terral’s Blytheville and Decatur locations.