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CD Terminal

978 Riverview Drive
Winona, MN 55987

Phone: 507-454-5421


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CD Terminal is an established full-service, marine river terminal and logistics company offering one-stop shop logistics services for a range of products located in Winona and Red Wing, Minnesota. CD Terminal President and former owner, Dan Nisbit, has 25 years of industry experience and continues to lead and grow the business.

“In joining Enstructure, we gain the support and investment capital to enhance and broaden our services and solutions to our customers” said Dan Nisbit.  “I am excited about our future as part of Enstructure and the opportunity to further grow CD Terminal.”

Terminal Overview


  • Located in the heart of the Port of Winona Harbor in Minnesota on the upper Mississippi at mile market 727

Cargo Handled

  • Salt

  • Fertilizer

  • Feed

  • Gypsum

  • Dried Distillers Grains

  • Pig Iron

  • Scrap Metal

  • Demolition Waste

  • Wind turbine components

  • Heavy Machinery

  • Specialty Cargos

  • Supersacs


  • Three barge transload stations with 300 feet of sea wall

  • 6 acres of outside storage

  • 50,000 square feet of inside storage

  • Direct connection with Union Pacific rail line

Transportation Modes

  • Truck: CD Terminal owns and operates a fleet of 30+ truck tractors and various specialty bulk product trailers

  • Rail & Barge transloading: CD Terminal has the equipment, facilities and experience to load, unload, store and transport your bulk cargo by truck, rail or barge

Key Equipment

  • Two hydraulic material handlers, each with a 50-foot reach and 6-cy handling bucket, and a 100-ton cable crane

  • High-speed barge-to-truck conveyor system with overhead weigh hopper

  • Wide variety of front-end loaders, forklifts, and transloading conveyors

  • High cube walking floor trailers, belt trailers, hopper trailers, steel dump trailers, aluminum dump trailers, quad axle dump trucks

Interested in joining the Enstructure family of companies?