PORTAGE, Ind. – The Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor opened the 2022 international shipping season Wednesday, April 6 with the arrival of the RESKO, a 623-foot bulk carrier coming from Europe through the St. Lawrence Seaway. To commemorate the first ocean
JEFFERSONVILLE – Indiana Cargo Crossroads is a working partnership of Ports of Indiana and Superior River Terminals Indiana (SRTI). The new general cargo operator began work in Jeffersonville Jan. 1 providing stevedoring and distribution services to customers. It will grow
INDIANAPOLIS - “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery” – Charles Caleb Colton. I hope that flattery is what I am credited with here and not outright intellectual theft. My colleague from the Duluth Seaway Port Authority wrote a compelling piece
Governor Holcomb appoints John (Jeff) Whorley, Jr. to Ports of Indiana Commission; Monica Newhouse-Rodriguez also reappointed through 2025
INDIANAPOLIS – Indiana Governor Eric J. Holcomb has appointed John (Jeff) Whorley, Jr. (Zionsville) to the Ports of Indiana Commission. Whorley is the executive vice president of Fiserv enterprise, First Data Education (FDE). Additionally, Monica Newhouse-Rodriguez (Carmel) was reappointed to
Ports of Indiana 2021 shipments were up 33.6%. Jeffersonville & Burns Harbor achieved highest shipment totals.
INDIANAPOLIS (Jan.27, 2022) – The Ports of Indiana handled more than 11.2 million tons of cargo in 2021, resulting in a 33.6% increase from 2020. The past five years’ shipments (2017-2021), including the hard-hit pandemic of 2020, have totaled more