Stevedoring companies and cargo carriers in Northwest Indiana and the Chicago area may be missing business opportunities as a result of lower than expected water levels on the Mississippi River and other sections of the inland waterway system.
PORTAGE | Cranes lifted steel coils from a ship three at a time Tuesday at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor as part of a seemingly choreographed routine of cargo handling.
Thanks to mild winter weather, The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor handled cargo from a lake vessel in January for the first time since 2006.
The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor handled cargo from a lake vessel in January for the first time since 2006. Mild weather made it possible for the "James Kuber" to travel to and dock at the Portage port, said Port Director Peter Laman.
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