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Exponential growth in online commerce is reshaping the Region’s future transportation and warehousing needs.
An idea to open a deep-water port in Northwest Indiana five decades ago has become a multi-billion-dollar economic powerhouse.
A La Porte County industrial park is getting state help to connect the site to a major national railroad network.
Griffith-based Bulkmatic, a dry bulk transport services provider, has partnered with Bulk FR8 of Seattle to form Dry Bulk FR8 LLC, which will offer nationwide dry bulk services.
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.
A Michigan brewery soon will be able to make more product thanks to the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor. The bulk carrier M/V Federal Mackinac recently docked at the port, carrying 12 brewery tanks destined for Michigan. Each cylindrical 40-foot long brewery tank is 14 feet in diameter and weighs 25,353 pounds. Each tank holds about […]
INDIANAPOLIS – The American Metal Market has named Ports of Indiana the Logistics/Transportation Provider of the Year for 2018. The ninth annual Awards for Steel Excellence were recently announced at AMM’s Steel Awards dinner, held in conjunction with the global Steel Success Strategies XXXIII Conference in New York. “This is an extraordinary honor for our […]