Hall-Buck To Provide Cargo Dock Handling Services At Indiana Port

The Indiana Port Commission recently announced that Hall-Buck Marine, Inc., Burnside, La., has been selected to provide exclusive cargo dock handling services, transit shed storage and transfer services, and other miscellaneous services connected with the operation of the transit shed and adjacent general cargo dock located at Southwind Maritime Center, Mount Vernon, Ind.

Hall-Buck Marine, Inc., one of the nation's largest maritime stevedore/ terminal operators, was selected by the Port Commission after reviewing their detailed response to the Indiana Port Commission's publicly advertised "request for proposals." Hall-Buck handles about 6.4 million tons of cargo per year through its terminals and provides in-plant cargo handling and process services for about 2.7 million tons per year of materials.

Frank G. Martin Jr., executive director of the Indiana Port Commission, stated, "We look for great progress at Southwind since Hall- Buck Marine, Inc., has such an excellent reputation in the maritime industry and they have a large marketing base among their customers.

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