Evergreen AES

Evergreen AES foresaw the future value of CORBA and became the first environmental company to become a member of CORBA

Ron Stewart

Marketing Manager



F&M MAFCO saw the value of building relationships within the CORBA organization, maintained our membership, and got others within F&M MAFCO to become involved.

Larry Kelhoffer
Heavy Equipment Business Development

9149 Dry Fork Rd, Harrison, OH 45030


Cincinnati Bulk Terminals, LLC

As CORBA celebrates its 10-year anniversary, Cincinnati Bulk Terminals LLC is very appreciative of the continued efforts to promote the marine industry of our region. The organization has grown in many ways that has helped reach well beyond our geographical port boundaries with a single voice for the region. Here’s to the next 10 years!


Jack Weiss


895 W Mehring Way, Cincinnati, OH 45203
(513) 621-4800



Benchmark’s ownership has a strong sense of community and a strong commitment to support and promote the industries in which they operate.  With no other local entity advocating for the maritime industry in the Greater Cincinnati region, it is essential that the maritime-dependent industry band together to create a voice and advocate for and on behalf of each other.  CORBA has created that place and has been tireless in its efforts to create the needed visibility for our otherwise low-key industry.  CORBA’s advocacy and industry promotion is highly valued.

Eric Thomas

General Manager

4820 River Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45233
(513) 326-3500


Nucor Steel Gallatin Steel

Nucor is proud of our partnership with CORBA. We appreciate the long-lasting relationships we have built from being active on the waterways. The 10-year celebration is a testament of commitment from CORBA and the businesses that support it.

Tony Nath

Day Supervisor Material Handling & Shipping




The Ohio DOT values the partnership, innovation and organizational leadership that CORBA provides for the Ohio River. CORBA was a key partner during the Ohio Conference on Freight and was used as the gold standard while forming two additional Ohio River Business Associations which now come together as one ORCO to advocate, educate and inform others of the value of Ohio River commerce. CORBA initiated the Ohio River Economic Impact Study, a first of its kind; and the OKI/CORBA CORIS is so successful, that efforts are underway to expand it to the entire Ohio River system.

Mark Locker

Project Manager

505 OH-741, Lebanon, OH 45036
(513) 933-6568


McNational, Inc.

As one of the founding members of CORBA, McGinnis, Inc. has been a staunch supporter of this organization. I have personally served on the Board for the entire time except for a two- year hiatus. Even then, I worked as an advisor and continued to co-chair the annual golf outing.

Pushing Commerce, the slogan for CORBA is what this association is all about. From expanding the Port to initiating the CORIS website to working with businesses and governmental agencies, every effort has been a step toward accomplishing that simple message.

Through all of these efforts, this organization has grown from approximately 10 members to 70 members. Each member brings something to the table, and we need to continue to expand that base and bring in fresh ideas and perspectives.

McGinnis, Inc. is proud to be a part of this association and will continue in our efforts to Push Commerce in this region.

Doug Ruschman

In House Counsel

McNational, Inc.

6521 River Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45233
(513) 941-0200


Campbell Transportation Company

CTC is always evaluating organizations and events that will help customers understand the value we can bring to their business. We have a strong presence in the Cincinnati area so joining CORBA allows CTC a great platform to sell our services, provide marine industry insight, and learn from other members & speakers.

Todd Williams

Director of Sales

201 S Johnson Rd # 303, Houston, PA 15342


Inland Marine Service, Inc.

As a founding member of CORBA, I would like to congratulate and thank the other founding members and businesses that provided their valuable time and money to make this organization successful.

Rail, Road, and Runways have always had a voice in the Cincinnati Region; however, the fourth “R,” “Rivers”, has not!. The creation of CORBA gave our regional waterways a voice in a global marketplace. CORBA’s accomplishments have included the re-designation of the Cincinnati/NKY Regional Port from 26 miles to 227 miles, much needed advocacy for local maritime businesses, partnerships with OKI and local governmental groups, freight conferences and much, much more! We are all proud of these accomplishments and we look forward to many more!

Congratulations on your ten year anniversary CORBA!

Dave Hammond





Brown Transport, Inc.

Brown Transport has elected to join Corba because we wish to support a business organization that consists of customers and river terminals. Brown Transport has picked up or delivered bulk commodities to and from all of the river terminals in the Cincinnati area for over 40 years. River commerce has been an important part of our business over the years.

Mickey Brown, 


6387 OH-122, West Alexandria, OH 45381
(937) 787-3512


Carlisle & Bray Enterprises

“C&B identified a need to communicate, promote and develop the Greater Cincinnati harbor for all river associated business from 26 miles to 227 miles.”
Rob Carlisle


Carlisle & Bray Enterprises

50 E Rivercenter Blvd #1180, Covington, KY 41011
(859) 746-2666


RiverWorks Discovery (RWD)

RiverWorks Discovery (RWD) develops our programming based on the needs of the maritime industry. CORBA is a great way to network with the local maritime community and stay informed on issues impacting the river industry. With that knowledge in hand, we can tailor our message to those needs.

Errin Howard