Port Of Indiana Burns Harbor
PORTAGE | A bustling steel trade has driven a 25 percent increase in tonnage handled at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor.
People sometimes describe Indiana as landlocked. They either don't know their geography or don't make it up to Northwest Indiana very often.
GARY | A former Burns Harbor port director will discuss "adventures in transportation" at the Gary Chamber of Commerce's annual membership luncheon.
PORTAGE | An estimated 2.5 million tons of steel and other cargo passed through the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor last year, the most since 2006.
Shipments rose 16 percent at the Port of Indiana Burn Harbor in October, the sixth straight month tonnage has increased.
Shipments at the Port of Indiana Burns Harbor are on pace to hit a new high since the recession, as the navigation season is winding down.
PORTAGE | Marshall Bundrun loves his work so much, he does it without pay.
The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor is accepting construction bids for lot resurfacing and rail improvements and pavement improvements at the berths.
PORTAGE | The city has initiated a study to determine what it actually costs Portage to have the Port of Indiana — Burns Harbor within its municipal boundaries.
BURNS HARBOR | Indiana-made steel is heading for Macedonia. Eighteen-thousand metric tons of hot-rolled steel coils produced at ArcelorMittal were loaded on a ship Thursday at the Port of Indiana Burns Harbor.
One of the most sweeping changes in safety and security for large industrial establishments in the region since the Sept. 11 attacks 10 years ago has come about in the past few years.
The Sept. 11 terrorist attacks produced profound changes in how hospitals, manufacturers, transit agencies, ports and other critical facilities across the region think about themselves and their place in the world.
Having the largest increase in international cargo of all the Great Lake ports in 2010 earned the Port of Indiana–Burns Harbor a prestigious award Thursday.
Having the largest increase in international cargo of all the Great Lake ports in 2010 earned the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor a prestigious award Thursday.
PORTAGE | U.S. Rep. Mike Pence, R-Columbus, grabbed the outstretched hand of a longshoreman Tuesday afternoon.
The St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corp. on Thursday announced six winners of its Robert J. Lewis Pacesetter Award for the 2010 navigation season, including the Port of Indiana - Burns Harbor in Portage.
The commercial shipping season for the Port of Indiana - Burns Harbor in Portage is expected to begin next week with the arrival of ships containing wind turbine components.
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