Randolph County Economic Development
1 Taylor Street
Chester, Illinois 62233
618.826.5000 Ext 221
618.826.3363 Fax email@example.com
Rail Cars and Barges Pass Under the Chester Bridge
Highway • Rail • Water • Air
Some communities are limited when it comes to shipping options for inbound supplies and outbound goods. Randolph County's prime location at the confluence of the Kaskaskia and Mississippi Rivers offers a choice of low-cost and environmentally friendly shipping options. Nine Illinois highways traverse Randolph County, and Interstate 55 is just minutes away. The Chester Bridge provides the only route over the Mississippi from the St. Louis metro area all the way south to Cape Giradeau. You save time and money.
You can ship rail via the Canadian National, Mo Pac, the Illinois Central and the great Union Pacific. Baking ingredients like sugar and flour are shipped here. Coal and grains. Fertilizer and corn sweeteners.
The vessels of Southern Illinois Transfer barge scrubber stone up the Kaskaskia River to Prairie State Energy Campus to facilitate generation of electricity. They take steel to The Material Works at Baldwin. SITCO brings farm grains down river for shipping to all corners of the world and soon ... they will serve the new Kaskaskia Regional Port District facility at Fayetteville. More and more companies are realizing that barge shipping is the most efficient and environmentally friendly route to market.
Grow It ...
Make It ...
Mine It ...
Then Ship It ...
Anywhere in the World from Randolph County