“Whatever it Takes”


In March 2011, two long-established Ohio River marine operations – Greater Cincinnati Marine and Bray Marine – merged to create Carlisle & Bray Enterprises, LLC, the parent company to C&B Marine, C&B Energy Services, and Score Global. Through these companies, we provide a full array of marine- and land-based services, as well as consulting and inspection capabilities, giving our customers total confidence and peace-of-mind that we can meet any need that may arise. From towing, fleeting, and shifting on the Ohio River with C&B Marine to utility byproduct management and movement with C&B Energy Services and gap analysis consulting with Score Global, the Carlisle & Bray Enterprises family of companies provides unmatched customer service to meet any of your needs.

Our companies bring a team with years of experience working on the Ohio River and its tributaries. While safety is at the forefront of everything that we do, we also know that customer service is of paramount importance. That’s why our motto at Carlisle & Bray is “whatever it takes.”

Use this website to learn more about our companies – C&B Marine, C&B Energy Services, and Score Global – see the members of our leadership team, understand why safety is so critical to us, and contact our office to discuss how we might be of service to your company.


The Lazy Bench: C&B Blog

A raised seat in the back of the pilothouse where people sit and kibitz about river conditions, politics, and people

July 2, 2014

MV Enterprise

C&B Welcomes the MV Enterprise

On April 20, 2014 C&B Marine took delivery of our newest addition to the C&B fleet of vessels, the MV Enterprise. She was built by …

December 17, 2013


Recent news articles about the Ohio River

The Cincinnati Enquirer published an opinion column and a news story this week about issues that are near and dear to our heart: the Ohio …

December 10, 2013


Customer Service is the C&B way in the Port of Cincinnati

At Carlise & Bray Enterprises, when it comes to customer service, we have a motto: “Whatever it takes.” It’s a principle that is deeply engrained …