The first ocean-going vessel arrived April 13 at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor, signaling the start of the 2020 international shipping season.
Efforts by the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor to reduce its impact its operations have on the environment landed it the 2019 Sustainability Leadership Award from South Shore Clean Cities.
South Bend-based Holladay Properties recently announced that Fagor Arrasate of Spain, which has customers spread across 70 countries worldwide, signed a lease to occupy 6,735 square feet in the new 52,900 square foot Diversey Building in Portage.
Northwest Indiana planners keep future in mind when maintaining, improving Region’s infrastructure, including a double-track project on South Shore Line.
Northwest Indiana is developing pathways to international business growth but also is feeling effects of global volatility.
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 […]
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 […]
The Ports of Indiana set a cumulative record for first quarter shipments in 2018, handling 3.2 million tons at all three ports. The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor was the only state port which saw a decrease in shipments year to date, however, port activity is expect to increase as the port handles more than 90 […]