The Lazy Bench

This page contains a listing of and links to blog posts and news stories related to any aspect of Carlisle & Bray Enterprises’ operations — our people, boats, company, etc.

C&B Marine expands its fleeting and shifting capabilities in the Port of Cincinnati

C&B Marine, a subsidiary of Carlisle & Bray Enterprises, has greatly expanded its fleeting and harbor facilities in the Port of Cincinnati. The company now …

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Gordon Putzke joins Carlisle & Bray as sales manager

Carlisle & Bray Enterprises is proud to announce that it has hired Ohio River veteran Gordon Putzke as the sales manager for its three companies …

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Carlisle & Bray Enterprises launches new website

This month, Carlisle & Bray Enterprises is proud to announce the launch of our new website.

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C&B Marine Christens the Christine B

The towboat Christine B was christened at C&B Marine’s Silver Grove fleeting operations in honor of the matriarch of the Bray Marine family.

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C&B Marine recognized for vehicle recovery efforts on the Ohio River

On March 15, a vehicle toppled off of the Combs-Hehl Bridge (MP-462 Ohio River), a 1,440-foot long bridge built in 1979 to carry automobile traffic …

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Ports of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky ranked the busiest inland port in the nation

The Ports of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky have been ranked the busiest inland port in the nation, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Navigation …

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C&B Marine Conducts Triple Christening on the Ohio River

C&B Marine held a christening ceremony for three new vessels in its fleet on Saturday, October 31, and signed a Statement of Support with the …

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Come aboard one of C&B Marine’s newest vessels June 19

Join us on Thursday, June 19, at Coney Island’s Paddlefest to take a free tour of one of our tow boats. Tours will start at 9:30 a.m. and …

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Rob Carlisle Represents C&B and Inland Waterways Industry in Nation’s Capital

Rob Carlisle, president of Carlisle & Bray, recently travelled to Washington, DC to meet with other industry leaders at The American Waterways Operator’s annual Barge-In …

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