On Lake Michigan in the heart of the steel industry
Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor’s strategic location provides businesses with the opportunity to grow within a port focused on steel, agriculture and manufacturing.
Proximity to Manufacturing
Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor Annual CARGO*
Unmatched inland access to two major waterways, Class I railroads and eight highways. Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor handles ocean ships, lake vessels and river barges on more than one mile of berthing area.
Burns Harbor Infrastructure
Our port hosts more than 30 companies, including 15 steel-related and three steel mills. We have robust capabilities in bulk and break bulk, as well as the port’s maritime industrial park to develop on-site warehousing, distribution, and manufacturing facilities.
- 24-hour security
- Heavy Industrial Zoned
- Designated Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ #152)
- Easy access to gas and utility lines
- Ro-Ro dock for roll-on, roll-off loading and unloading vessels
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Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor ANNUAL TRAFFIC
Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor has more than 75 acres available for development. The largest parcel is a 34-acre Greenfield site with 1,000 feet of dockwall and beach frontage on Lake Michigan.
Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor
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