The Ports of Indiana handled more than 11.2 million tons of cargo in 2021, translating to a 33.6% increase from 2020, officials said.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]