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Port of Indiana

Foreign-Trade Zones

Indiana’s Foreign-Trade Zone program is administered by the Ports of Indiana. Foreign-trade zones (FTZs) are designated locations in the United States where companies can use special procedures to reduce, delay or eliminate duty payments on foreign merchandise. FTZs are designed to help local companies compete in global markets while creating, attracting and retaining American jobs. Read more

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Real Estate

Ports offer multimodal transportation connections that create sustainable competitive advantages for business. The Ports of Indiana has more than 1,000 acres of industrial sites available for multimodal business developments on the Ohio River and Lake Michigan. Read more

Port of Indiana


Indiana’s three ports access domestic and international markets via the Great Lakes and the Ohio-Mississippi rivers, and handle 25 million tons of multimodal shipments each year, including grain, coal, steel, fertilizer, limestone, ethanol, salt, heavy-lift cargo and more. Read more

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Port Construction Projects

The Ports of Indiana relies on a wide range of qualified contractors and vendors to perform construction and maintenance activities at the state’s three ports. Details about upcoming projects, public bidding procedures and certification requirements are made available online to help companies to participate in the process. Read more


Access the tools and information for Industrial Development, Cargo Shipping, Development Financing, Foreign-Trade Zones and Port Construction Projects. Read more