Western Kentucky Navigation, Inc.


Western Kentucky Navigation, Inc.
631 Marine Way
Paducah, KY 42003
United States

Western Kentucky Navigation, Inc. was formed in 1985 in Paducah, KY. At the time it was a small western Kentucky town that is the hub of the inland waterways system. The confluence of the Tennessee and Cumberland Rivers with the Ohio River are within sight of the Paducah waterfront, and the confluence of the Upper and Lower Mississippi with the Ohio River are just forty miles downstream.

WKN is a medium sized, yet progressive company that is focused on the safety of its employees, the environment, its equipment and its cargoes. It is because of our size and our focus on safety that we can maintain a close relationship with our employees.

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