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.
The Ports of Indiana is a statewide port authority, established in 1963, which operates three ports: two on the Ohio River, one on Lake Michigan. Port officials refer to the three as “America’s Premier Inland Port System.” They cite location, location, location, providing access via two critical freight
for farmers, manufacturers, workers and consumers who must have access to the global marketplace. This spring, an important roundtable was held in Indianapolis during national ‘Infrastructure Week’ where a group of national and Midwest experts discussed the most critical issues facing America’s freight
Motors Corporation. Mr. Kilroy has been director of industrial relations for ACBL since joining the company in 1975. He earlier practiced labor law in Indianapolis and was formerly associated with Teamsters Local 135 and the National Labor Relations Board. Mr. Peters holds a bachelor's degree in business
Lakes. The tests took place under the co-sponsorship of Navidyne Corporation of Newport News, Va., and American Steamship Company aboard the M/V Indiana Harbor at its berth in Milwaukee, Wise. Navidyne's ESZ-8000 Satellite Communicator, installed aboard the Indiana Harbor last year, was linked
, who provide drydock and other repair services to the barging industry. Jeffboat plans to seek funds for employee training from the state of Indiana. In addition, the company will ask the Campaign for Greater Louisville to assist in the rehabilitation of the facility, where vessels have not
Indianapolis Hosts Third National SeaPerch Challenge The City of Indianapolis and the Indiana SeaPerch regions were the ideal combination to host the Third National SeaPerch Challenge at the Natatorium on the campus of Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) on May 17 – 19, 2013.
in San Francisco, California as Hornblower Marine Services. In 1998, it relocated to the Louisville, Kentucky area, basing its headquarters in New Albany, Indiana, to be more centrally located and closer to the riverboat casino market, a fundamental operation service in the early stages of the company. The company
inland rivers to offshore. Its products are supported at every major port with more than 1,500 locations worldwide. 500 Jackson Street Columbus, Indiana 47201 Tel: (812) 377-5000 Email: [email protected] Website: https://marine.cummins.com General Manager Marine and Oil & Gas: Jim Schacht
that, he spent 10 years with Travelers Insurance Company where he specialized in large property and casualty accounts. Mr. Glotfelty is a graduate of Indiana Central University in Indianapolis, Ind. Mr. Currie joined the Employee Benefits Group in September of this year. Previously, he was group representati
a vice president of American Commercial Barge Line Company, according to an announcement made at ACBL's general offices in Jeffersonville, Indiana. Mr. Lehman previously served as director of public affairs for the barge line, and he will continue his responsibility in the area of public
activities since its formation in early 1988 to market and execute engineered America's largest inland shipbuilder. P.O. Box 610, Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130 Phone (812) 288-0200 Circle 248 on Reader Service Card package systems including design, installation, surveying and service as related
Carson has sponsored a bill (HR 2799) requiring certain achievement,” meeting all of the requirements for an in- structural changes to DUKW boats. Nine Indiana resi- dustry-led voluntary program. dents died in the Bransom accident. Carson asked NTSB’s But critically, and this is a core concern, Stephens
Those Honored at 2012 Land Medal recipient and for- opment. She earned a BS in education AOTOS Awards mer president of General Dynamics from Indiana State University. Gratitude for the sacri? ces made by NASSCO and Bath Iron Works. the U.S. merchant mariners was the JAXPORT COO Earns
safe, ef?cient & budget.” He said all projects will be complete in 2020. If so, sustainable maritime the future is bright indeed for the Ports of Indiana. operations in the future. Take the 2019 MarTID survey Tom Ewing is a freelance writer specializing in on maritime training. energy and environmental
(DOT’s) FASTLANE and TIGER (grants) that we will be completing. We are reinvesting in the infrastructure that draws traffic.” – Vanta Coda II, CEO at Indiana Ports port and reconfgure waterfront rail infrastructure. It also The new rail yard will have capacity for 93 rail cars and promises to increase
it will take time to assess long-term impacts from the tariff uncertainties. Coda said that “agriculture and steel form the bedrock of our system in Indiana.” One operational change at Jefferson- ville is that trucks are now hauling more steel because steel imports are down. Coda expects, however, that
INLAND PORT PROFILE Ports of Ports of Indiana: Big Successes, with Big Projects in the Wings By Tom Ewing or Indiana’s state-established, but autonomous Ports more than two million tons of steel, each Port’s largest com- of Indiana, 2018 was a record setting year, both for modity. Mount Vernon, which
viability of a hydrogen fuel cell ferry designed for operations in the environmentally sensitive San Francisco Bay area. Features Credit: Port of Indiana - Jeffersonville By Domenic Carlucci 36 Ports of Indiana: TOWING COMPANY PROFILE Big Successes, with Big Projects in the Wings By Tom Ewing 32
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Baltic Dry Index Fednav has also struck up a partnership of sorts with the Ports (BDI) reaching over 2,000 for the ? rst time since 2015, before of Indiana, which operates Burns Harbor on Lake Michigan. backing down on renewed trade fears in early August. David Gutheil, Chief Commercial Of? cer, Port
Park Mega Site, in Newberry, South Carolina; Inland Logistics in Florence, South Carolina; and the 2,055-acre I-26 Mega Port @ Kingsbury, in Kingsbury, Indiana; John Kelsey Busi- Site in Newberry, South Carolina. ness and Technology Park, in Greenville, Illinois; Kentucky The South Alabama Mega Site is certifed
his War Beneath the Waves, was published last year. One newspa- Y house in Ostend, on the Belgian coast, stands the per headline called him “the Flemish Indiana Jones.” biggest anchor you’ve ever seen – over 16 feet high, weigh- Termote is a compact, broad-chested man, soft-spoken and ing
Shaffer Charters Farley Stevens Coda Thornton Lamarre Lanier Anttila chitecture and marine engineering Stevens Joins Hurtigruten Ports of Indiana names CEO Americas as VP of Sales Vanta E. Coda II has been named as practice. Teri joins BHGI as a Naval Hurtigruten has appointed Christine
. mary focus for P3s, some of them successful, but others not so On highways, drivers have a choice to use new capacity pro- much. One example is the Indiana Toll Road that runs for more vided by the toll facility, or to continue to use the existing, un- than 150 miles across northern Indiana from Illinois
PEOPLE & COMPANY NEWS FriedmanNagle Newsome holds two degrees from Indiana Uni- monetary threshold for a serious ma- president and CEO. March also versity; a bachelor’s in history, and a rine incident was, “Damage to prop- marked a record month for
in Toronto Harbor tween 2000 and 2004, Mr. Friedman tor; Rich Muller, associate director; for 3 years, and then made her way was CEO of the Ports of Indiana. He 67 www.marinelink.com MN MN May18 Layout 66-75.indd 67 MN May18 Layout 66-75.indd 67 4/19/2018 10:04:48 AM4/19/2018 10:04:48 A
rom software to steel plating, Indiana-based TPG Ma- rine Enterprises provides a range of services in the Great F Lakes and inland waterways markets. River based tug and barge services are based in Jeffersonville and Mt. Vernon, IN, on the Ohio River, as well as on Kentucky’s Green River. The company
these projects – $10 million for Burns Harbor and projects, budgets and strategic objectives. $7 million for Jeffersonville. Public documents don’t say, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb appointed two new for example, whether the railroads are partner investors. Commissioners last October. Monica Newhouse-Rodri-
60-ton dual-lift overhead crane fully inte- (Planned) Growth grated to transload between barge, rail and truck, public piers In 2017, the three Ports of Indiana handled 11.8 mil- equipped for transloading bulk products and heavy lift cargo lion tons of cargo shipments, the second highest total in and a coal
and multimodal options including water, access to Building multiple Class I railroads and interstate highways.” on Success – Rich Cooper, Ports of Indiana CEO By Tom Ewing shipments through the ports. State economic of? cials esti- ville, KY, metro area. Encompassing 1,057 acres, the river- mate the
INLAND PORT DEVELOPMENT The Ports of Indiana: he Ports of Indiana is a statewide port authority, es- Three for the Money tablished in 1963, which operates three ports: two The Ports is the only statewide port authority in the T on the Ohio River, one on Lake Michigan. Port of- Midwest. It can develop
old marine highway open for business recently got a little help from the federal government. A little further south, the unique statewide oversight of Indiana’s three primary ports by just one authority has that Midwest state – also with some federal funding – preparing for increased freight movements
DSC Dredge navigates a complicated dredge building market. It isn’t as easy as it looks. LEGAL By Joseph Keefe 20 The Jones Act and 36 The Ports of Indiana U.S. Offshore Wind Power Building on Success. The Implications of the Jones Act on the By Tom Ewing Development, Operation and Maintenance
Maritime Services As I was preparing for Thanksgiv- propeller. There have been several cases nets and lines wrapped around the out- ing dinner I put on Indiana Jones and of propeller related casualties. side as their net guards only catch, and the Last Crusade. While Indiana Jones One particular case
Information Secu- ing, ingress and egress areas (think those. In addition to feeling safe, we stand the consequence: climb the fence rity Of? cer at Indiana Tech, a university doors, drives, sidewalks), guard sta- also understand that if we violate a se- and risk being arrested. They make a in Fort Wayne