CCI owns coal terminals in the eastern United States with a combined throughput capacity of 8 million tons.
The Cyrus River Coal Terminal (Cyrus) is located on the Big Sandy River in Kenova, West Virginia, within the delivery zone for the NYMEX coal futures contracts.
Cyrus is a storage and blending terminal where 5 million tons per year of coal can be aggregated, stored and/or blended to higher specifications, then loaded on barges and trucks. The facility has approximately 1,200,000 tons of surface storage, a fleeting capacity of 13 barges, can load one barge per hour, and can load 50 (and unload 340) trucks per day.
CCI acquired the Cyrus facility in 2008.
The Slones Branch Terminal is located in Pike County, Kentucky.
Slones Branch Terminal is a coal blending terminal where up to 3 million tons per year of coal sourced from producers can be aggregated, stored, blended to end user specifications, and then loaded on the CSX railroad. The facility, originally put in service in the early 1980’s, has been completely rehabilitated by CCI and is one of the most modern coal handling facilities in the U.S. Slones Branch Terminal has the ability to load 110 to 135 car unit trains (approximately 10,000 – 15,000 tons of coal) in 4 hours.
CCI acquired this facility in 2011.