MULTIMODAL CONNECTIONS

The Final Mile Connection

The geographical locations and connections of our ports provide fuel-efficient, cost-effective and eco-friendly shipping solutions for your business. Through ease and accessibility, our connections result in increased profits and reduced overhead costs.

Final Mile Connections

Burns Harbor

on lake michigan

With ocean access to two of the largest inland waterways, transcontinental interstate access, a robust railway system and a modern maritime infrastructure, Ports of Indiana-Burns Harbor gives your company a tremendous competitive advantage.

Jeffersonville

on the ohio river

Ports of Indiana-Jeffersonville has interstate access to central markets in Louisville, Cincinnati, and Nashville making it a prime location for cargo transportation. Many companies take advantage of the port’s maritime industrial park to develop customized warehousing distribution and manufacturing facilities in close proximity to the Ohio River.

Mount Vernon

on the ohio river

Ports of Indiana-Mount Vernon offers hundreds of acres near the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi rivers and is a regional hub for multimodal shipments. More than 3,600 barges, 200,000 trucks and 40,000 railcars move through our port annually.

Benefits

The water, rail and road connections of our ports provide fuel-efficient, cost-effective and eco-friendly shipping solutions that increase profits and lower overhead expenses for your business.

Mount Vernon 7th Largest Inland Port in US

Foreign Trade Zones

All Ports of Indiana locations are Foreign Trade Zone certified, allowing your business to compete within a global market. FTZs are designated locations in the United States where companies can use special procedures to reduce, delay or eliminate duty payments on foreign merchandise.

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