St. Louis is the hub of our U.S. operations

Terminal & Warehouse Operations

SCF terminals are effective distribution centers for bulk and general cargo as well as liquid cargo. We unload and load cargoes between barges and railcars or trucks.

In addition to direct transfer between river, road and rail transport, we also store bulk and general cargo goods on site across a combined total of 250,000 square feet of warehouse and dockside storage locations. At our liquid terminal, we have the capacity to store a total of 400,000 barrels of liquid cargo.

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Serving Your Supply Chain

A combination of advanced handling methods and strong communication with customers makes the service both flexible and efficient, adding value within the supply chain. Our terminals handle grain, grain by-products, fertilizer, steel products, liquid cargoes, and other bagged, bulk and general cargo products for a multitude of customers. It is a high speed, multimodal operation with a central location in St. Louis, MO.

Cargo Handling Capabilities

SCF is equipped with the latest equipment, including two new Sennebogen 875 material handlers. With this equipment, SCF strives to enhance the customer’s supply chain experience with improved product transfer rates without jeopardizing safety of our employees and customers cargo.

Advanced Logistics

Increasing investment in technology is automating much of the goods handling process and new software approaches to logistics. Real-time cargo tracking and communications is facilitated at our warehouses with the use of barcode and Radio Frequency Identification (“RFID”) capabilities.

Gateway for Liquid Cargo Transport

Our liquid terminal (Gateway) is equipped with four 100,000 barrel tanks and is permitted to store all petroleum products. Our facility has the ability to offload a unit train within a 24-hour period and the capability to load and unload tank barges at rates from 3,000-4,000 BPH. The dock at the terminal can accommodate 10M or 30M BBL tank barges.

Terminal Directions

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