Giving the Port of Indiana – Burns Harbor more capacity to handle additional cargo and at the same time reduce its environmental impact will be the result once nearly $20 million in improvements are completed.
Gordon Food Service, a privately held, family-managed food service distributor, will build a new 500,000-square-foot warehouse-distribution center in central Indiana that could create more than 400 jobs by the end of 2025.
Education, engagement, talent development, teamwork and informed insight, along with infrastructure, keep the Region heading in the right direction logistically, experts say.
Northwest Indiana planners keep future in mind when maintaining, improving Region’s infrastructure, including a double-track project on South Shore Line.
More flights have led to more passengers using South Bend International Airport.
New York/Newark is the latest seasonal travel destination added at South Bend International Airport.
The double-tracking proposal is moving through the process and The Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District, which is overseeing the project, remains optimistic construction will begin in 2021
Travelers out of South Bend International Airport in November will have Sarasota, Fla. as another warm-weather destination option.
A new study shows the domestic maritime industry employs 15,360 people in Indiana and generates more than $3.9 billion annually for the state’s economy.
State officials have extended the option purchase land near Lawrenceburg, which could be the site of the state’s fourth port.