Grain cargo is up 55% at Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor alone, according to the Ports of Indiana November report.
Cargo shipments on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway system are down nearly 6% when compared to a year ago.
The Ports of Indiana is upgrading how visitors are greeted at each of its sites.
The logistics industry from ports to transporters searches for clean energy options that will help the bottom line and environmental goals.
Manufacturers are hungry for steel according to the latest monthly shipping and cargo report from the Great Lakes Seaway Partnership.
Progress is being made on nearly $20 million in upgrades to improve efficiencies at the Ports of Indiana – Burns Harbor.
GAF, a maker of roofing and waterproofing products, formally dedicated its new Michigan City distribution center.
Port officials hope a demonstration of all-electric trucks would encourage port tenants to consider trying one out.
Year-to-date shipping on the Great Lakes through June is down when compared to the same period in 2021.
The Great Lakes Seaway Partnership reported grain shipments through the seaway in May were very strong.