Burns Harbor Indiana
Shipments rose 16 percent at the Port of Indiana Burn Harbor in October, the sixth straight month tonnage has increased.
PORTAGE | Indiana's port authority has launched a few major construction projects at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor.
PORTAGE | International trade through the St. Lawrence Seaway and the Great Lakes supports more than 48,300 jobs in Indiana, the most of any Midwestern state, according to a recent study.
ArcelorMittal's steel mill in Burns Harbor, one of the biggest in the country, recovered quickly after a two-alarm fire late last month.
ArcelorMittal posted a loss of $780 million over the last three months, the fourth straight quarter that the world's largest steelmaker has lost money.
United States Steel Corp. posted another loss in the second quarter because of sluggish demand, and declines in flat-rolled shipments and line pipe prices.
Firefighters from five departments in Porter County put out a fire Tuesday at the ArcelorMittal steel mill in Burns Harbor.
After years of research and hundreds of designs, ArcelorMittal has developed a new ultra lightweight car door that's expected to improve fuel efficiency.
Indiana's statewide port authority has named Anthony Kuk as the new director of the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor in Portage, a spokesman for the agency said Friday.
BURNS HARBOR | In early December, the Burns Harbor Advisory Plan Commission gave the green light to The Village developer Cliff Fleming to add additional units to his original plat, which Fleming says will fulfill a vision of building up the town.
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