A new report found Indiana’s three ports contribute $8.2 billion annually to the state’s economy.
Region native Ryan McCoy is the new director of the Ports of Indiana Burns Harbor.
A $4 million federal grant will help the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor convert a vacant gravel yard into a multimodal storage facility.
The state has dropped a plan to acquire the site of a former power plant to build a fourth port.
An idea to open a deep-water port in Northwest Indiana five decades ago has become a multi-billion-dollar economic powerhouse.
Ports of Indiana will join the American Association of Port Authorities to celebrate the fifth annual “Western Hemisphere Ports Day” on April 5, which commemorates the maritime industry’s role in the nation’s economy.
Northwest Indiana is developing pathways to international business growth but also is feeling effects of global volatility.
State officials have extended the option purchase land near Lawrenceburg, which could be the site of the state’s fourth port.
Commitment to environmental stewardship lands Ports of Indiana Green Marine designation.
The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor was awarded for its voluntary actions taken in 2018 to improve air quality in Northwest Indiana.