A worker at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor radios other workers while standing near a docked ship at the Port in August 2011. The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor received an award from the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corp. for its performance during the 2011 navigation season.
Steel coils await shipping Thursday at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor in Portage.
A conveyor belt unloads material into a pile Thursday at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor in Portage. The port earned an award Thursday for an increase in the amount of tonnage in shipments in 2010.
Cranes wait to unload incoming ships Thursday at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor in Portage.
The ship Federal Patroller sits docked Thursday at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor in Portage.
The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor received a prestigious award Thursday for having the largest increase in international cargo of all the Great Lake ports in 2010.
Port of Indiana security officer Kirby Lyon checks vehicles entering the port in Portage. The 2002 Maritime Transportation and Security Act, which Congress approved in reaction to 9/11, brought a wave of port security enhancements.
Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor Security Manager Warren Fasone talks on his radio.
Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor Security Manager Warren Fasone radios other security during a ceremonial event last month near a docked ship.
St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corp. Administrator Terry Johnson, left, awards the 2010 Robert Lewis Pacesetter Award to Peter Laman, Port Director of the Port of Indiana, for its 73 percent increase in tonnage during an Aug. 18 ceremony in Burns Harbor.
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