Growth in international cargo coming into the Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor has landed the organization industry honors.
Burns Harbor opened the 2022 international shipping season April 6 with the arrival of the RESKO, which came from Europe through the St. Lawrence Seaway.
Logistics giant UPS honored 1,495 delivery drivers throughout its global network for reaching 25 years or more of service of safe driving.
Cargo ships are again making their way across the Great Lakes.
Specialty retailer Big Lots is opening a new distribution center in the Region.
Michigan-based SpartanNash said the U.S. Defense Commissary Agency extended its contract to provide private label products to all DeCA commissaries.
The Transportation Security Administration was named by the St. Joseph County Authority as the 2022 Partner of the Year Award recipient.
Multi-million-dollar improvements to passenger rail service for the Region has led to an $80 million development for Michigan City.
MIke Smith is the new commissioner of the Indiana Department of Transportation following the resignation of Joe McGuinness.
The Ports of Indiana handled more than 11.2 million tons of cargo in 2021, translating to a 33.6% increase from 2020, officials said.