Grain cargo is up 55% at Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor alone, according to the Ports of Indiana November report.
Manufacturers are hungry for steel according to the latest monthly shipping and cargo report from the Great Lakes Seaway Partnership.
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.
Great Lakes shipping doesn’t appear to be contributing to the global supply chain issues.
High demand for coal and agricultural products resulted in a record six-month period for the Port of Indiana-Mount Vernon. The Ports of Indiana reported about 4.7 million tons of cargo moved through the port between January and June, an increase of 36 percent when compared to the same period last year. Record shipments included maritime […]
A new study released by the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway maritime industry shows Indiana plays a major role in cargo shipping on the Great Lakes. The Great Lakes shoreline spans more than 4,800 miles in the U.S., with only 45 miles of that in Indiana. Even with less than 1 percent of the […]