Wind Power Logistics

17 sites found

AEP River Operations

www.aepriverops.com

AEP River Operations, headquartered in St. Louis, Mo., offers barge transportation of dry bulk commodities such as grain, project cargo, coal, steel, ores, and other bulk products, throughout the inland river system. AEP's fleet of 2,850 hopper barges ranks as one of the newest and most dependable in the industry, ensuring your product's quality and reducing delays that older equipment can cause. Complementing the company's barge operations is a fleet of 56 towboats.

American Commercial Lines

www.aclines.com

Barge transportation on America’s vast inland waterways system is the most economical, safest and greenest way to keep the wind power industry on the move – moving wind turbines more efficiently and for a lower cost than railroads and trucks. Barges also consume less fuel and emit fewer pollutants. It’s the current wisdom, and it’s why American Commercial Lines urges you to do what it has been doing for nearly 100 years – Follow The River.

Also listed in: Chemical Logistics

American Wind Energy Association (AWEA)

www.awea.org

The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) is a national trade association representing windpower project developers, equipment suppliers, services providers, parts manufacturers, utilities, researchers, and others involved in the wind industry—one of the world’s fastest growing energy industries. In addition, AWEA represents hundreds of wind energy advocates from around the world. With over 2,400 members and advocates, AWEA is the hub of the wind energy industry.

Ardmore Development Authority

www.ardmoredevelopment.com

The Ardmore Development Authority, Okla., has identified the wind industry as a target to attract companies to the area. The wind corridor (an area identified as having the strongest wind in the nation at a height of 50 feet) is located approximately 100 miles to the west of Ardmore. With its centralized U.S. location, immediate proximity to wind projects, and position in the heart of the wind corridor, Ardmore is an ideal site for tower and blade production, turbine component manufacturing, and repair and maintenance operations.

Atlantic Container Line (ACL)

www.aclcargo.com

Publicly held Atlantic Container Line is a North Atlantic ocean carrier operating since 1967. Five identical vessels, each with a 3,100-TEU container, car, and RoRo capacity, make 50 calls weekly. Line slot exchanges enable ACL to offer six transatlantic services weekly. ACL also offers relay services between North America, the Mediterranean, the Black Sea, Middle East, and Africa.

Delaware Economic Development Office

www.dedo.delaware.gov

The Delaware Economic Development Office (DEDO) attracts new investors and businesses to Delaware, promotes expansion of existing industry, assists small and minority-owned businesses, promotes tourism, and creates new and improved employment opportunities for all Delaware citizens. Focusing on high-growth industries, DEDO believes the offshore wind industry brings near-term jobs and can transform Delaware’s economy in the long run, providing good-paying, skilled employment opportunities. Delaware understands the wind industry’s needs—from power purchasing, to supply chain, to policies.

Also listed in: Economic Development

Dumas Economic Development Corporation

www.dumasedc.org

Dumas, Texas, is surrounded by six sites for wind energy. Each site has 10 megawatts of power, with eight to 16 turbines. You can see wind turbines from U.S. Highway 152 from Dumas to Borger; U.S. Highway 287 from Dumas; and FM 281 from Etter to Sunray. The sixth site is being erected adjacent to the Valero-McKee Refinery. Wind energy is a big part of the Texas Panhandle, positioning Dumas to work with additional developers in the area on several proposed wind farms.

Also listed in: Site Selection

E.W. Wylie Corporation

www.wylietrucking.com

Look anywhere in the world and the Great Plains states of the Midwest have the greatest potential for the production of wind energy. E.W. Wylie, Headquartered in West Fargo, N.D., is centrally located and has the equipment and experience necessary to move wind towers, blades, turbines and components. Its tractor/trailer configurations can support loads of more than 240,000 pounds and segments up to 185 feet long. For more information, contact E.W. Wylie today.

Geodis Wilson

www.geodiswilson.com

With 5,500 people and a global network, Geodis Wilson is one of the world’s largest freight management companies, serving customers with integrated supply chain solutions that deliver cargo by sea and air. The company’s expertise, value-added services, and e-services enable you to streamline the flow of goods. We also make your supply chain more transparent and easier to manage. A self-reliant network of offices, and air and ocean hubs in more than 50 countries, ensures that your cargo flows efficiently and consistently across the world.

Georgia Ports Authority

www.gaports.com

The Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) includes the Port of Savannah, the Port of Brunswick, the Bainbridge Inland Barge Terminal, and the Columbus Inland Barge Terminal. Its home page offers history and background about the Ports Authority, a port directory, shipping directory, GPA statistics, maps, photos, and more.

Gulf Stream Marine

www.gulfstreammarine.com

As wind turbine components were added to cargo manifests, Gulf Stream Marine, an innovative stevedoring and marine terminal operator since 1990, increased its capabilities to support this growing industry need. Gulf Stream Marine’s goal is to become your trusted source for all your wind turbine stevedoring and marine terminal handling operations.

Hackman Capital Partners

www.hackmanlogisticsproperties.com

Follow the leader. Let Hackman Capital help you navigate through a sea of cost-effective real estate solutions, and recommend, from our portfolio, just the right facility in a location ideal for supply chain management.

Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce

www.joplincc.com

Thinking of Joplin, Mo., as the next site for your headquarters or distribution center? Your first stop should be the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce’s Web site. You’ll find a complete business profile of Joplin, including population, location, infrastructure, labor, education, real estate, and cost-of-living statistics. The Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce is a private, not-for-profit organization of business and professional people committed to improving the economic prosperity and quality of life in the Joplin area. Member of NASCO.

Also listed in: Warehousing

Landstar

www.landstar.com

Landstar, a safety-first transportation services company, provides complete logistics services throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Landstar’s extensive brokerage network increases customer options as it brings a wider array of equipment options to handle the toughest transportation challenges. With innovative use of Internet technology, Landstar communicates in every medium, from the most sophisticated satellite tracking systems to the simplest pagers. That means customers know where their shipment is every step of the way, with every carrier selected. You’ll find complete details on our Web site.

Also listed in: 3PL, Trucking, Warehousing

Nebraska Public Power District

www.sites.nppd.com

One Web site with everything you need to know about doing business in Nebraska. Find valuable information including sites and building availability; community profiles; fact books; population characteristics; labor availability; profit opportunity studies; contact information; and much more. It’s the one place to go to find out why doing business in Nebraska is a smart move. Contact Nebraska Public Power District, 800-282-6773 x5541, e-mail econdev@nppd.com, or visit the Web site.

Regional Growth Partnership

www.rgp.org

The Regional Growth Partnership is a private nonprofit corporation dedicated to fostering local, national, and international economic growth opportunities for Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan.

Union Pacific

www.up.com

Union Pacific Corporation operates North America’s premier railroad franchise, covering 23 states in the western two-thirds of the United States. Union Pacific Railroad links every major West Coast and Gulf Coast port and provides service to the East through its four major gateways in Chicago, St. Louis, Memphis, and New Orleans. Additionally, Union Pacific operates key north/south corridors and is the only railroad to serve all six major gateways to Mexico. UP also interchanges traffic with the Canadian rail systems.

Also listed in: Rail, Chemical Logistics