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Aluminum. Steel. Copper. Magnesium. Zinc. Grain. Fertilizer. Heavy-Lift Project Cargo. Bulk Commodities. Scrap Steel. No matter the product, Owensboro Riverport, with its stable of modern handling equipment, superb facilities, and state-of-the-art information technology systems, can ensure you of the following: Experience. Performance. Excellence.

The Owensboro Riverport Authority (Owensboro) was chartered in September 1966 by the City of Owensboro. The port began physical operations in June 1975 at its current facility located at Ohio River mile 759 on the left descending bank. The port’s property forms the northwestern boundary of the city’s limits. In 2006, Owensboro, which is Kentucky’s third largest city, had a population of 55,525 while Daviess County had a total population of 93,613.

Owensboro Riverport is working hard toward its mission of becoming the premier inland port in the Ohio River Valley by providing a dynamic, efficient, customer oriented, and market focused intermodal facility that contributes to the commerce and economic growth for Owensboro and the region.

Owensboro Riverport Authority | 1771 River Road | Owensboro, Kentucky 42304 | 877-599-7929 | 270-926-4238