Ports of Indiana Handled Record $1.53 billion of Cargo in 2005

March 2006
Metal Center News;Mar2006, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that the ports of Indiana has recorded 1.53 billion dollars of cargo in 2005, which is a two percent increase from the previous year. The Port of Indiana-Burns harbor exceeded its five-year average with 2.2 million tons of cargo. Steel comprised 16 percent of the total tonnage of the port system. On the other hand, the Port of Indiana-Mount Vernon has handled 3.8 million tons of cargo in 2005.


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