Port Of Indiana-burns Harbor
Shipments at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor have risen 40 percent at the shipping season's midway point, largely because steel cargoes have more than doubled so far this year to feed the thriving automotive sector.
PORTAGE | Merrillville-based MonoSol LLC has finalized a deal to buy 23.38 acres of land for a new factory at the AmeriPlex at the Port business park.
PORTAGE | In 2013, the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor was the busiest it had been in years.
Shipments rose 16 percent at the Port of Indiana Burn Harbor in October, the sixth straight month tonnage has increased.
Indiana likes to refer to itself as the "Crossroads of America." That's true, but not in the sense the Hoosier Holy Land likes to believe.
The Ports of Indiana Commission is pumping $1.7 million into its Portage facility to improve the rail and sewer infrastructure. That's important work to keep the deepwater facility viable.
PORTAGE | Indiana's port authority has launched a few major construction projects at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor.
PORTAGE | The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor served Wednesday as the backdrop for an Indiana Department of Homeland Security District 1 Task Force first responder drill called “Operation Safe 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.
Isolationists often cite President George Washington's Farewell Address, in which he warns of the dangers of "foreign entanglements." That advice no longer works. Indiana, not just the nation, is already intertwined with the world.
PORTAGE | The Ports of Indiana brought its case to Portage city officials Tuesday night.
PORTAGE | The first ships are docking this week at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor for the start of the international trading season.
*Great Lakes ports on the St. Lawrence Seaway System handled more than 18.8 million tons of cargo through July 31, which is flat compared to the same period a year ago, according to Marine Delivers.
A mammoth shipment to the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor will keep workers busy this week as they handle components of a large crane soon heading to the BP Whiting Refinery, local and state port officials said.
Cargo shipments handled at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor are up 6 percent in the first five months of this year from the comparable 2011 period, according to data released Tuesday from a U.S. and Canadian marine industry coalition.
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.
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.
Shipments to the Port of Indiana – Burns Harbor in Portage rose 10 percent in 2011 as cargo volumes for limestone, steel, fertilizer, coal and salt improved compared to the previous year.
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