Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor celebrates Indiana’s Bicentennial with 200th vessel of 2016
[custom_frame_right][/custom_frame_right] [Nov. 29, 2016] PORTAGE, Ind. - The Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor today helped Indiana celebrate its Bicentennial by honoring the arrival of the shipping season's 200th vessel, the Federal Oshima. To mark the event, the captain of the 656-foot bulk carrier
Nearly 500 attend 2016 Logistics Summit
[custom_frame_right][/custom_frame_right] [Nov. 18, 2016] INDIANAPOLIS – Nearly 500 people descended upon the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis Nov. 16-17 during the 14th annual Indiana Logistics Summit to hear over 20 speakers discuss global logistics issues and their impacts on the regional economy.
Québec Associate Secretary General of Maritime Affairs to discuss $9 billion maritime strategy and new Indiana partnership at Logistics Summit
[custom_frame_right][/custom_frame_right] [Nov. 10, 2016] INDIANAPOLIS – Québec Associate Secretary General of Maritime Affairs Georges Farrah will examine the Canadian Province’s $9 billion maritime strategy as well as its partnership with Indiana during a special presentation at the Indiana Logistics Summit taking place
Norfolk Southern’s Dr. Rob Martínez to discuss railroad perspective on economic conditions, energy markets and supply chains as keynote of Logistics Summit
[custom_frame_right][/custom_frame_right] [Nov. 4, 2016] INDIANAPOLIS - Turmoil in energy markets, the growth of complex distribution networks and the U.S. regulatory framework - these are some of the issues impacting the rail freight transportation industry that will be discussed at the 14th annual