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.
For his work to build up use of inland waterways for shipping, the Inland Rivers Ports and Terminals Inc., during its recent annual conference in Baton Rouge, La., presented its inaugural lifetime achievement award to retired Ports of Indiana CEO Rich Cooper.
The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor is continuing its partnership with Federal Marine Terminals, the port’s long-time marine terminal operating company, through 2023. “FMT has been a vital collaborator with the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor since 1999,” Port Director Ian Hirt said in a statement. “This consolidated operating agreement underscores FMT’s commitment to the greater northwest […]
Increased shipments of steel, coal, soy products and grain through Indiana’s three-port system in 2018 led to a record-setting year for the Ports of Indiana. The Ports of Indiana, which includes the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor, the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville and the Port of Indiana-Mount Vernon, handled 14.8 million tons of cargo last year, a […]