Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville

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Port of Indiana

Port Overview

Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville is a gateway to the Midwest, providing year-round barge connections to the Gulf of Mexico through the Ohio and Mississippi rivers as well as access to over two-thirds of the U.S. market within a day’s drive. Located on the northern shore of the Ohio River opposite Louisville, Ky., the port is adjacent to the region’s “automotive and appliance alley.” Read more

Port Map

Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville not only provides year-round access to the Gulf of Mexico through the Inland Waterways System, it offers direct interstate connection to four major highways, 11 miles of interior rail and 3,200 feet of riverfront access. Read more

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Real Estate

Strategically located in a top logistics market on the Ohio River inside the Louisville Metropolitan Area, the Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville is home to 28 companies of which 12 are steel-related. The port provides multimodal connectivity for businesses creating competitive advantages for moving cargo by water, rail and highway. Of the total 1,057 acres, 340 are available for development. Read more

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Cargo

Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville is designed to quickly and efficiently transport products by water, road and rail. More than 1,000 barges, 250,000 trucks and 17,000 railcars pass through the port each year, moving cargoes to various states on the Inland Waterways System and to the world by transshipment with ocean vessels in the Gulf of Mexico. Read more

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Port Directory

Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville has partnered with a group of companies that are recognized as innovators in their respective industries including businesses that provide processing and distribution, storage and transportation as well as 12 steel-related companies. Read more

Resources

Access tools and information including Port Tariffs, Declaration of Restrictions, Port Brochures and more. Read more