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Table of Contents

Indiana: A Global Leader in Logistics

Introduction: Indiana + Logistics = Global Leader in Connectivity ............. 5

A message from Indiana Governor Mike Pence

Indiana: A State That Works ............................................................................. 6 Indiana Logistics Rankings ................................................................................. 7 INDIANA

A GLOBAL LEADER IN LOGISTICS

Inside the Numbers U.S. Logistics Rankings ...................................................................................... 8

State rankings for air, logistics employment, NAFTA, rail, truck, water

Industry Insights Let’s Grow Indiana’s “Crossroads of America” Advantage.................................... 16 By David Holt, Conexus Indiana

Roads, Rail and Rivers Allow Indiana Agriculture to Thrive ....................... 18

By Edward Ebert, Indiana Soybean Alliance, Indiana Corn Marketing Council

Logistics Leadership Survey ............................................................................. 20 Flex Fuel Contracts Offer a Better Way to Control Fuel Prices .................... 24

By Jon Lantz, CountryMark

The Head and the Heart: Attracting and Retaining Today’s Logistics Worker ................................................................................................ 26

By Elwood Staffing

Vincennes University to Offer OSHA-Required Training ............................. 30

By John Tooley, Vincennes University, Gibson Center

Preparing Logistics Leaders Educating Indiana’s Logistics Workforce ........................................................ 32 Logistics U: Moving High School Students into Logistics .............................. 34 Kids Page: ‘Barging’ into Logistics .................................................................. 35

Business Listings Contact information for transportation, freight, training, economic development and professional services

Transportation: Aviation, Marine, Rail, Trucking ............................................. 39 Freight Services .................................................................................................. 53 Education/Workforce ......................................................................................... 61 Economic Development ...................................................................................... 65 Professional Services .......................................................................................... 71

Logistics Maps Published by:

Maps Introduction .............................................................................................. 77 Airports ............................................................................................................... 78 Ports ..................................................................................................................... 81 Railroads ............................................................................................................. 84 Highways ............................................................................................................. 87

Maritime Transportation Assets 150 W. Market St., Ste.100 Indianapolis, IN 46204 (800) 232-PORT (7678) (317) 232-9200 www.portsofindiana.com

Indiana’s Great Lakes Inventory ...................................................................... 90 Indiana’s Ohio River Inventory ........................................................................ 92

Indexes Alphabetical Listing of Businesses.................................................................... 94 Advertiser Index ................................................................................................. 98 3


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Indiana + Logistics = Global Leader in Connectivity A Message from Indiana Governor Mike Pence Indiana has become a global leader in the world of logistics. In fact, our state is now ranked in the top 10 in over 100 important logistics categories. While Indiana is 39th in geographic area and 16th in population, our Hoosier state is a leader when it comes to logistics and moving goods from origin to destination. A few of Indiana’s notable logistics accomplishments include: • Ranked 1st in number of pass-through interstates

• Home to the 2nd largest FedEx Express airline hub in the world

• Ranked 3rd in the number of freight railroads • Ranked 6th in domestic waterborne shipping

In 1937, Indiana officially designated its motto as “The Crossroads of America” to recognize the number of major highways that connect our state with the rest of the country. Today, Indiana’s extensive transportation infrastructure includes modern interstates, railroads, airports, and more than 400 miles of navigable waterways. These methods of transportation not only provide easy access to other states, but also allow unparalleled connectivity to world markets so crucial in today’s global economy. The Indiana Logistics Directory is a key resource for our state that clearly demonstrates the many reasons why Indiana is a logistics powerhouse. I hope you enjoy the 2016 Indiana Logistics Directory and find this information useful in better understanding the importance of the logistics industry.

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Delivering an unapologetically bold logistics network B

Victor Smith, Indiana Secretary of Commerce

usinesses in the 21st century demand cutting-edge infrastructure and connectivity. Indiana understands that and delivers one of the best multi-modal transportation systems in the nation, which is a main driver for economic development in the state. It’s an exciting time to be on the cutting edge of delivering enhanced connectivity, and Indiana has established itself as a state that works by transforming opportunities into reality. As Indiana attracts more world-class jobs and investment, simultaneously we are making infrastructure investments to increase the speed and efficiency of our transportation networks to handle the growing load. In air freight alone, Indiana is home to the world’s second-largest Fed Ex Express hub. It’s an incredible asset that has helped elevate Indiana’s reputation as a logistics hub. As a result, transportation-related industries such as automotive and aviation have continued to expand exponentially in the Hoosier state. Because of our central location at the median center of the U.S. population, multiple ports on the Ohio River and Lake Michigan, our existing rail network, and placement at the crossroads of America’s interstate highway system, Indiana is the obvious choice for delivering the goods to North America and beyond. Whatever the mode of transport, Indiana is capable of distributing freight in any direction, more efficiently and at a lower cost. It all starts with leveraging our natural resources, our world-class infrastructure and our central location to provide one of the most efficient and cost-effective solutions for moving products and raw materials, not just to U.S. destinations, but worldwide. By providing better connections at a lower cost, and by working together to strengthen our entire region, Indiana is unapologetically bold about our emergence as a regional epicenter for business and opportunity. No matter what your logistics requirements are, Indiana is ready, willing and able to help your business grow. Our Hoosier team can help you reach your goals, increase profits and save money in a business climate built for your success. Indiana is a state that works, and we’re ready to work for you.

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Indiana Logistics Rankings When compared to all other states, Indiana ranks in the top 10 in 109 significant logistics-related categories and in the top five for 26 of those.

Indiana ranks‌ 1st in pass-through interstates 1st in shortest distance to median center of U.S population 1st in rail tons of primary metals originated 1st in rail tons of primary metals terminated 1st largest producer of truck trailers (Wabash National Corp.) 2nd in rail tons of waste & scrap material terminated 2nd largest dry cargo barge fleet (American Commercial Barge Line) 2nd largest liquid cargo barge fleet (American Commercial Barge Line) 2nd largest FedEx Express hub in the world (Indianapolis) 2nd in shipments received via rail and water by ton-mile 3rd in freight railroads 3rd in local freight railroads 3rd in truck tractor registrations 3rd in cargo value shipped out via multiple waterways 3rd in tonnage shipped out on multiple waterways 3rd in ton-miles of cargo shipped out via multiple waterways 4th in number of local linehaul railroads 4th in rail carloads carried 4th in switching/terminal railroads 5th in Class I railroads 5th in value of NAFTA rail imports 5th in value of NAFTA rail exports 5th

largest producer of truck trailers (Vanguard National)

5th in exports to Mexico via rail 5th in ton-miles of shipments received via multiple modes 5th

largest Great Lakes port (Indiana Harbor)

6th in airports by landed weight of all-cargo operations (Indianapolis International Airport)

7th in ton-miles of shipments received via water 7th in general freight trucking employment 7th largest inland port (Mount Vernon) 7th largest Great Lakes port (Burns Waterway Harbor) 8th largest Great Lakes port (Gary)

8th in NAFTA trade value 8th in local linehaul rail miles 8th in exports to Mexico 8th in total trade with Mexico 8th in exports to Canada 8th in scheduled air freight 8th in specialized trucking employment 8th in NAFTA trade value by truck 8th in NAFTA export value by truck 8th in imports from Canada via truck 8th in truck trade with Canada 8th in exports to Canada via truck 8th in ton-miles of freight shipped out via for-hire trucks 8th in truck tonnage originated 8th in value of freight shipped out via for-hire trucks 8th in ton-miles of truck cargo shipped out 8th in tonnage received by truck 8th in tonnage received via for-hire truck 8th in ton-miles of shipments received via inland waterways 8th in total truck tons 9th in NAFTA import value 9th in freight rail employment 9th in rail mileage

6th in truck transportation employment

9th in rail shipments originated

6th in domestic waterborne shipping

9th in rail tons of farm products originated

6th in rail tons of food products originated

9th in rail tons carried

6th in long-distance trucking companies

9th in number of airports

6th in NAFTA trade value by rail

9th in trade with Canada

6th in rail imports from Canada

9th in specialized trucking companies

6th in rail exports to Canada

9th in exports to Mexico via truck

6th in trade with Mexico via rail

9th in truck trade with Mexico

6th in tonnage shipped out via truck and rail

9th in tonnage originated

6th in value of shipments received via multiple modes

9th in single-mode tonnage originated

6th in tonnage received via multiple waterways

9th in value of shipments received via rail and water

6th in tonnage received via multiple modes

9th in tonnage received

6th in ton-miles of shipments received via multiple waterways

9th in tonnage received via a single mode

7th in NAFTA exports value

10th in local rail mileage

7th in rail tons of coal originated

10th in trucking companies

7th in rail tons of coal terminated

10th in imports from Canada

7th in warehousing jobs

10th in imports from Mexico via truck

7th in long-distance trucking employment

10th in inland waterway tonnage originated

7th in NAFTA import value by truck

10th in water tonnage originated

7th in rail trade with Canada

10th in general freight trucking establishments

7th in exports to Canada

10th in ton-miles of inland waterway freight shipped out

7th in imports from Mexico via rail

10th in value of shipments received by rail

7th in value of rail shipments

10th in value of shipments received by truck

7th in for-hire truck tonnage originated

10th in value of shipments received via for-hire truck

7th in ton-miles of water shipments sent out

10th in ton-miles of shipments received via truck

7th in tonnage received by rail

10th in ton-miles of shipments received via for-hire truck

7th in tonnage received via water

10th in number of air facilities

Sources: Association of American Railroads, Federal Aviation Administration, Federal Highway Administration, FedEx, Informa Economics, Texas Transportation Institute, Trailer/Body Builders Magazine Trailer Output Report, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics, U.S. Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Department of Transportation 7


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INSIDE THE NUMBERS

U.S. Logistics Rankings AIR Number of Airports 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas Alaska California Florida Illinois Ohio Wisconsin Pennsylvania Indiana New York

Number of Air Facilities1 Number 1,466 554 522 501 478 450 435 432 405 388

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Administrator's Factbook 2013

Memphis International, Tennessee

Ted Stevens Anchorage International, Alaska

22.77

15.87

State 1 Texas 2 California 3 Florida 4 Pennsylvania 5 Alaska 6 Illinois 7 Ohio 8 New York 9 Washington 10 Indiana 10 Wisconsin

Indianapolis

Total 2,019 942 839 785 736 732 668 588 555 550 550

IS HOME TO THE

2nd Largest FedEx Express HUB IN THE WORLD

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Administrator's Factbook 2013

Landed Weight of All-Cargo Operations Louisville InternationalStandiford Field, Kentucky

11.57

Chicago O'Hare International, Illinois

Miami International, Florida

Indianapolis International, INDIANA

Los Angeles International, California

7.54

7.19

5.36

4.30

Cincinnati/ John F. Kennedy Northern Kentucky International International, (New York), Kentucky New York

3.64

3.17

Dallas/Fort Worth International, Texas

Metropolitan Oakland International, California

3.14

2.95

Pounds (billions) Source: FAA, Passenger Boarding and All-Cargo Data, 2014

Air Freight Originated2 State Ton-Miles4 (millions) 1 California 1,328 2 Texas 404 3 Ohio 380 4 Massachusetts 281 5 Michigan 216 6 Florida 180 7 Illinois 173 8 New York 169 9 Wisconsin 152 10 North Carolina 131 11 Washington 129 12 Pennsylvania 112 13 Colorado 103 14 Georgia 87 15 Indiana 85 SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Air Freight Received3 State 1 California 2 New York 3 Illinois 4 Texas 5 Hawaii 6 New Jersey 7 Tennessee 8 Florida 9 Alaska 10 Washington 11 Georgia 12 Ohio 13 Pennsylvania 14 Indiana 15 Oregon

Ton-Miles4 (millions) 977 745 658 460 305 245 219 215 202 124 123 76 65 47 40

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Scheduled Air Freight 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

State Georgia California Illinois Texas New York Colorado California North Carolina Nevada Arizona Texas Florida Washington New Jersey Florida Minnesota Michigan Massachusetts Pennsylvania New York

Unscheduled Air Freight

Tons (thousands) 2,335.61 1,682.27 1,370.69 903.71 756.04 629.83 603.75 555.85 520.05 310.09 290.00 288.34 235.76 221.12 162.85

State Tons (thousands) 1 Alaska 278.31 2 Florida 176.72 3 Kentucky 172.48 4 California 108.48 5 Illinois 56.10 6 Hawaii 49.62 7 Alabama 39.92 8 Texas 37.19 9 New York 33.20 10 Washington 9.51 11 Ohio 7.63 12 Georgia 6.81 13 South Carolina 5.79 14 Colorado 5.57 15 New Jersey 4.70 Indiana is ranked 28th.

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TranStats Database, 2013

Passenger Enplanements5 Airport 1 Hartsfield - Jackson Atlanta International 2 Los Angeles International 3 Chicago O'Hare International 4 Dallas/Fort Worth International 5 John F. Kennedy International 6 Denver International 7 San Francisco International 8 Charlotte/Douglas International 9 McCarran International 10 Phoenix Sky Harbor International 11 George Bush Intercontinental/Houston 12 Miami International 13 Seattle-Tacoma International 14 Newark Liberty International 15 Orlando International 16 Minneapolis-St Paul International/Wold-Chamberlain 17 Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County 18 General Edward Lawrence Logan International 19 Philadelphia International 20 La Guardia

State Tennessee California Kentucky Florida Texas Illinois New York Indiana Alaska New Jersey Georgia Pennsylvania Washington Hawaii Virginia

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TranStats Database, 2013

Licensed Pilots Enplanements 46,604,273 34,314,197 33,843,426 30,804,567 26,244,928 26,000,591 22,770,783 21,537,725 20,620,248 20,344,867 19,772,087 19,471,466 17,888,080 17,773,405 17,278,608 16,972,678 15,775,941 15,507,561 14,792,339 13,535,372

Indiana airports ranked in the top 200: Indianapolis (48), Fort Wayne (151), South Bend (154), Evansville (193).

State 1 California 2 Florida 3 Texas 4 Washington 5 Georgia 6 Arizona 7 Colorado 8 Illinois 9 New York 10 Pennsylvania 11 Ohio 12 Virginia 13 North Carolina 14 Michigan 15 Minnesota 16 Tennessee 17 Indiana 18 Wisconsin 19 Missouri 20 New Jersey

Total Flights Total 59,213 52,967 49,614 18,665 18,131 18,029 17,382 16,307 15,949 15,187 15,137 14,126 13,935 13,672 12,172 11,540 9,558 9,073 8,986 8,787

State Arrivals/ Departures 1 California 6,742,500 2 Florida 5,795,163 3 Texas 4,509,977 4 Arizona 2,546,388 5 New York 1,921,166 6 Illinois 1,871,138 7 Colorado 1,461,866 8 Georgia 1,406,668 9 Washington 1,258,637 10 Michigan 1,124,821 11 Pennsylvania 1,124,419 12 North Carolina 1,123,878 13 Massachusetts 1,009,227 14 Hawaii 962,392 15 New Jersey 885,752 16 Virginia 841,250 17 Nevada 828,684 18 Alaska 814,096 19 Minnesota 804,456 20 Oregon 802,289 Indiana is ranked 27th.

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, FAA, U.S. Civil Airmen Statistics, 2014

SOURCE: FAA, Air Traffic Activity Data System, 2015

SOURCE: FAA Passenger Boarding and All-Cargo Data - 2014 1

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Indiana Jobs by Sector

Indiana Department of Workforce Development Projected Logistics Growth 2020

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 County Business Patterns

18,372

Percent Change from 2010 24.1%

27,471

Truck Transportation

23.4%

60,445

1,597

21.1% Support Activities for Transportation

Air Transportation

25.4%

Transportation and Warehousing

26.3% Water Transportation

27.0%

Warehousing and Storage

Jobs 463,363 402,148 309,333 260,662 188,003 122,587 116,325 114,092 106,114 97,071

Couriers and Messengers

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Sector Manufacturing Health Care and Social Assistance Retail Trade Accommodation and Food Service Admin. and Waste Services Transportation and Warehousing Construction Wholesale Trade Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services Finance and Insurance

128,053

3.4%

6,147

8,227

Projected 2020 Employees SOURCE: Indiana Dept. of Workforce Development, Research and Analysis, 2012

Compensation of Indiana Employees by Industry

Florida

Tennessee

26,871

26,759

26,635

24,759

Industry 1 Manufacturing 2 Health Care and Social Assistance 3 Retail Trade 4 Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 5 Construction 6 Wholesale Trade 7 Finance and Insurance 8 Management of Companies and Enterprises 9 Admin. and Waste Services 10 Transportation and Warehousing

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 County Business Patterns

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, FAA, U.S. Civil Airmen Statistics, 2014

Trucking Employment

General Freight Trucking Employment

State Texas California Illinois Pennsylvania Ohio Indiana Tennessee Georgia Wisconsin Florida

Employees 130,575 105,264 68,952 60,941 59,256 53,874 48,710 48,472 48,066 45,730

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 County Business Patterns

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas California Illinois Ohio Tennessee Pennsylvania Indiana Georgia Wisconsin Michigan

Employees 75,123 66,860 51,640 43,969 40,246 39,474 39,301 37,375 37,264 30,119

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 County Business Patterns

3,466 2,813 Employees

2,516

Pennsylvania

8,504

Minnesota

10,603

New York

15,516

Great Lakes Maritime Shipping Employment Illinois

Commercial Airline Pilots State Employees 1 California 11,570 2 Florida 9,786 3 8,534 Texas 4 3,579 Arizona 5 3,330 Washington 3,184 6 Colorado 2,910 7 New York 2,757 8 Virginia 9 Illinois 2,712 2,704 10 Georgia Indiana is ranked 20th.

Ohio

Employees 78,319 59,441 54,591 37,913 36,067 36,051 26,871 26,759 26,635 24,759

Michigan

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State California Texas Pennsylvania Ohio Georgia Illinois Indiana New Jersey Florida Tennessee

INDIANA

Warehousing Employment

Total $24,101,478,000 $16,544,934,000 $7,293,390,000 $6,405,848,000 $6,247,971,000 $6,161,786,000 $6,056,437,000 $5,496,668,000 $5,326,026,000 $4,753,813,000

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 County Business Patterns

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 County Business Patterns

Wisconsin

36,067 36,051 Employees

New Jersey

37,913

INDIANA

54,591

Illinois

Pennsylvania

59,441

Georgia

Texas

78,319

Ohio

California

Warehousing Employment

924

291

SOURCE: Martin Assoc., The Economic Impacts of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway System, 2011

Specialized Trucking Employment

Long-Distance Trucking Employment 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas California Illinois Tennessee Ohio Georgia Indiana Pennsylvania Wisconsin Iowa

Employees 60,172 46,422 38,731 37,488 35,958 33,356 31,821 31,241 31,134 26,103

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 County Business Patterns

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas California Pennsylvania Illinois Florida New York Ohio Indiana Missouri Michigan

Employees 55,452 38,404 21,467 17,312 16,031 15,647 15,287 14,573 14,534 12,390

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 County Business Patterns

Freight Rail Employment 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas Illinois Nebraska California Ohio Missouri Georgia Pennsylvania Indiana Virginia

Employees 16,826 13,152 12,010 8,877 7,619 7,333 7,178 7,056 6,223 5,737

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, Railroad Ten-Year Trends, 2012

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NAFTA Export Value

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

NAFTA Trade Value by Truck

Michigan Ohio

Illinois New York Pennsylvania Indiana Tennessee Georgia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

Value (billions) $81.31 $35.02 $26.80 $22.16 $18.30 $13.69 $13.18 $11.85 $10.22 $8.87

NAFTA Export Value by Rail

State Michigan California Texas Illinois Ohio Indiana Tennessee Kentucky Arizona Alabama

$33.91 $30.41 Value (billions)

Value (billions) $46.51 $24.89 $17.63 $8.57 $5.43 $5.40 $4.47 $3.69 $3.59 $3.28

$22.30

NAFTA Import Value by Rail

Value (billions) $11.29 $5.54 $3.51 $3.13 $3.07 $2.99 $2.55 $2.54 $1.81 $1.76

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

Tennessee

$18.82 $14.41

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas Michigan Illinois Ohio Indiana Arizona Alabama Tennessee Iowa California

Texas

$21.55

INDIANA

Washington

Pennsylvania

New York

Ohio

Illinois

California

Texas $41.31

Indiana Pennsylvania Tennessee Massachusetts

NAFTA Trade Value by Rail

Trade Value with Canada

$44.78

7 8 9 10

Value (billions) $75.63 $44.39 $43.17 $16.81 $15.91 $15.39 $10.50 $10.33 $10.25 $8.72

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

$47.17

State Texas California Michigan Illinois New York Ohio

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

$69.06

1 2 3 4 5 6

$178.00

State Michigan California Texas Illinois Indiana Ohio Kentucky Pennsylvania Tennessee Minnesota

Value (billions) $40.97 $23.14 $6.34 $5.05 $2.33 $2.30 $2.21 $1.94 $1.93 $1.58

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

Trade Value with Mexico

$71.89

$55.01

$22.20

Arizona

Texas California

State Texas California Michigan Ohio Illinois Pennsylvania New York Indiana Tennessee North Carolina

Illinois

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

NAFTA Import Value by Truck

NAFTA Export Value by Truck

Value (billions) $156.93 $79.41 $69.98 $37.55 $35.10 $29.09 $24.02 $22.34 $20.48 $15.42

Michigan

State

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

$16.76 $14.68 Value (billions)

$12.00

$10.06

Pennsylvania

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

Value (billions) $99.40 $89.57 $72.92 $42.86 $22.02 $21.71 $14.91 $14.83 $13.12 $12.97

Georgia

$24.71

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas Michigan California Illinois Ohio New York Pennsylvania Washington Indiana Tennessee

INDIANA

$26.40

NAFTA Import Value

Value (billions) $119.91 $43.75 $34.49 $26.58 $26.50 $15.78 $15.76 $15.48 $13.43 $11.38

Tennessee

$28.88

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas California Michigan Ohio Illinois Pennsylvania Indiana New York Tennessee Arizona

Ohio

$30.69

INDIANA

Pennsylvania

New York

$48.60 $37.19 Value (billions)

Washington

$69.36

Tennessee

$219.31 $124.07 $116.67

Ohio

Illinois

California

Michigan

NAFTA Trade Value

California

Texas

NAFTA

Michigan

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$8.39

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015


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Canada Export Value 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

State Texas Michigan Ohio Illinois California New York Pennsylvania Indiana Tennessee Washington Wisconsin Kentucky North Carolina New Jersey Georgia

Value (billions) $25.39 $23.36 $20.08 $17.42 $16.93 $12.41 $11.60 $10.96 $8.65 $8.01 $7.31 $7.23 $6.80 $6.56 $6.41

Canada Import Value State 1 Michigan 2 Illinois 3 California 4 New York 5 Texas Ohio 6 7 Washington Pennsylvania 8 Minnesota 9 10 Indiana 11 New Jersey 12 Massachusetts 13 Tennessee 14 New Hampshire 15 Oklahoma

Value (billions) $45.70 $29.75 $27.85 $18.00 $15.92 $13.83 $13.54 $14.57 $10.70 $8.68 $7.86 $7.80 $7.64 $5.76 $4.90 $4.44

Mexico Export Value State 1 Texas 2 California 3 Michigan 4 Arizona 5 Illinois Ohio 6 Louisiana 7 8 Indiana Tennessee 9 10 Pennsylvania 11 Georgia 12 North Carolina 13 New York 14 Wisconsin 15 Alabama

Value (billions) $94.52 $26.82 $11.14 $9.16 $9.08 $6.50 $5.82 $4.80 $4.78 $4.18 $3.47 $3.19 $3.07 $2.97 $2.89

Mexico Import Value State 1 Texas 2 California 3 Michigan 4 Illinois 5 Ohio 6 Arizona Tennessee 7 8 Georgia 9 Kentucky 10 Florida 11 Indiana 12 New Jersey 13 North Carolina 14 Pennsylvania 15 Massachusetts

Value (billions) $83.47 $45.07 $43.87 $13.12 $8.19 $7.60 $7.21 $6.27 $6.07 $5.55 $5.26 $4.80 $4.51 $4.21 $3.90

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

Canada Trade Value by Truck

Canada Trade Value by Rail

Mexico Trade Value by Truck

Mexico Trade Value by Rail

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Michigan Ohio New York California Texas Illinois Pennsylvania Indiana Washington Tennessee

Value (billions) $45.91 $25.50 $23.91 $22.52 $19.27 $18.70 $17.31 $14.66 $10.96 $10.31

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Michigan California Texas Illinois Ohio Tennessee Indiana Alabama Wisconsin Kentucky

Value (billions) $16.85 $16.77 $6.97 $3.92 $3.60 $3.53 $3.29 $2.46 $2.20 $2.11

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas California Michigan Illinois Arizona Ohio Tennessee Georgia Indiana North Carolina

Value (billions) $137.66 $56.89 $24.07 $16.41 $12.19 $12.05 $10.17 $7.94 $7.68 $6.80

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Michigan Texas California Illinois Arizona Indiana Ohio Kentucky Missouri Tennessee

Value (billions) $29.66 $10.67 $8.12 $4.65 $3.35 $2.11 $1.84 $1.58 $1.26 $0.94

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

Canada Export Value by Truck

Canada Export Value by Rail

Mexico Export Value by Truck

Mexico Export Value by Rail

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Michigan Ohio California Illinois Texas New York Pennsylvania Indiana Tennessee North Carolina

Value (billions) $18.91 $17.14 $13.27 $11.72 $11.53 $10.97 $10.13 $8.81 $6.51 $6.09

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas Michigan Ohio Alabama Tennessee Indiana Illinois Kentucky Louisiana Iowa

Value (billions) $3.83 $2.43 $2.10 $1.78 $1.74 $1.52 $1.49 $1.14 $1.04 $0.92

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas California Michigan Illinois Arizona Ohio Tennessee Pennsylvania Indiana North Carolina

Value (billions) $69.77 $21.75 $7.89 $6.57 $5.38 $5.02 $3.71 $3.57 $3.04 $2.79

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas Michigan Arizona Illinois Indiana Ohio California Iowa Missouri Tennessee

Value (billions) $7.46 $3.11 $2.95 $2.02 $1.55 $1.03 $0.99 $0.89 $0.85 $0.79

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

Canada Import Value by Truck

Canada Import Value by Rail

Mexico Import Value by Truck

Mexico Import Value by Rail

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Michigan New York California Ohio Texas Pennsylvania Illinois Indiana Washington Massachusetts

Value (billions) $27.00 $12.94 $9.24 $8.36 $7.74 $7.18 $6.97 $5.85 $5.67 $5.30

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State California Michigan Texas Illinois Tennessee Indiana Minnesota Pennsylvania Ohio Wisconsin

Value (billions) $16.00 $14.42 $3.14 $2.42 $1.78 $1.77 $1.55 $1.53 $1.49 $1.48

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

State 1 Texas 2 California 3 Michigan 4 Illinois 5 Ohio Arizona 6 Tennessee 7 8 Georgia 9 Kentucky 10 Indiana

Value (billions) $67.89 $35.15 $16.18 $9.83 $7.03 $6.81 $6.46 $5.27 $4.70 $4.65

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 8 9

State Michigan California Texas Illinois Kentucky Ohio Indiana Pennsylvania Missouri Arizona

Value (billions) $26.55 $7.14 $3.20 $2.63 $1.24 $0.81 $0.56 $0.41 $0.41 $0.40

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2015

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U.S. LOGISTICS RANKINGS

NAFTA


RAIL Linehaul Railroads

25

Tennessee

26

27

Alabama

Mississippi

27

34

Michigan

39

Ohio

New York

40

Illinois

41

INDIANA

49

Texas

57

Freight Railroads Pennsylvania

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Total Rail Tonnage 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Tons (millions) 450.1 299.5 273.7 160.6 158.0 143.7 110.7 110.4 109.8 106.6

Rail Tonnage Originated1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads 2012 STB Waybill Sample

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Total (thousands) 11,975 9,151 8,140 6,816 6,575 6,574 6,338 6,142 6,120 5,823

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Tons (millions) 9.9 7.6 6.5 3.3 2.9 2.7 2.5 2.2 1.8 1.6

State Total (thousands) Illinois 3,706 Wyoming 3,684 California 3,229 Texas 1,902 Minnesota 1,171 Ohio 1,116 Georgia 961 Pennsylvania 927 West Virginia 843 Washington 830 Indiana is ranked 13th.

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads; 2012 STB Waybill Sample

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Indiana Ohio Texas California Alabama Pennsylvania Michigan Illinois Kentucky Oklahoma

Tons (millions) 7.6 6.9 6.4 4.6 4.4 4.2 2.3 2.0 1.5 1.2

State Texas Illinois California Virginia Ohio Minnesota Missouri Georgia Florida Wisconsin Indiana

Tons (millions) 206.6 157.8 98.9 77.6 77.3 70.3 68.9 67.7 66.7 57.5 56.5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads; 2012 STB Waybill Sample

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Wyoming West Virginia Kentucky Pennsylvania Montana Colorado Indiana Illinois Virginia Ohio

Tons (millions) 415.6 86.1 49.3 33.0 26.5 22.8 22.6 21.3 19.5 15.6

Total Value of Rail Freight

Value of Rail Freight Originated1

Value of Rail Freight Received2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey 1

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Value (billions) $78.19 $36.13 $34.80 $21.70 $19.84 $19.47 $17.98 $17.44 $14.75 $11.97

Miles 10,469 6,986 5,295 5,288 5,151 4,855 4,653 4,450 4,075 3,957

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, Railroad Ten-Year Trends, 2012

Class I Track3 State Texas 1 2 Illinois California 3 4 Minnesota 5 Missouri 6 Georgia Ohio 7 8 Iowa 9 Kansas 10 Virginia 11 Wisconsin 12 Nebraska 13 Indiana

Total 8,369 5,851 3,919 3,625 3,399 3,251 3,240 3,189 2,816 2,773 2,595 2,567 2,510

Rail Tons of Coal Received2

Rail Tons of Coal Originated1

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, 2012 STB Waybill Sample

State Texas Louisiana Illinois Iowa California Ohio Indiana Nebraska Minnesota Pennsylvania

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, Railroad Ten-Year Trends, 2012

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, 2012 STB Waybill Sample

Value (billions) $162.35 $64.32 $59.16 $46.98 $42.05 $34.08 $31.95 $31.35 $28.25 $25.91

Total Track State Texas Illinois California Ohio Pennsylvania Kansas Georgia Minnesota Indiana Missouri

Rail Carloads Received2 State Total (thousands) Illinois 3,956 California 3,402 Texas 3,117 Georgia 1,449 Florida 1,221 Ohio 1,158 Pennsylvania 1,103 Virginia 1,004 Minnesota 968 Washington 920 Indiana is ranked 13th.

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, 2012 STB Waybill Sample

State Texas Illinois Louisiana California Ohio Iowa Indiana Michigan Pennsylvania Minnesota

Total 21 21 17 15 13 9 8 8 7 7

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, Railroad Ten-Year Trends, 2012

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, 2012 STB Waybill Sample

Rail Tons of Primary Metal Products Received2

Rail Tons of Primary Metal Products Originated1

State Pennsylvania Texas Illinois Ohio Indiana Michigan New York California North Carolina Missouri

1 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 7 7

Rail Tonnage Received2

Rail Carloads Originated1

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads; 2012 STB Waybill Sample

State Indiana Alabama Ohio Pennsylvania Illinois Kentucky California Arkansas Texas Michigan

Tons (millions) 434.3 115.9 92.9 92.3 90.3 66.2 59.2 59.1 54.2 51.6

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, 2011 STB Waybill Sample

Rail Carloads Carried State Illinois Texas Missouri Indiana Ohio California Iowa Kansas Oklahoma New Mexico

State Wyoming Illinois Texas West Virginia Minnesota Ohio Kentucky California Indiana Pennsylvania

Switching/Terminal Railroads Total 29 25 23 22 21 18 17 16 15 14 14 14 14

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, Railroad Ten-Year Trends, 2012

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, 2012

State Wyoming Texas Illinois Minnesota California Ohio Indiana Florida Virginia West Virginia

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 10 10 10

State Pennsylvania Texas New York Indiana Georgia Mississippi Alabama Arkansas Washington Ohio California North Carolina Tennessee

State 1 Texas 2 Illinois 3 California 4 Michigan 5 Louisiana 6 Ohio 7 Washington 8 Pennsylvania 9 Georgia 10 Indiana

Value (billions) $84.16 $29.52 $27.14 $23.26 $23.03 $22.58 $16.69 $16.27 $15.34 $13.97

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Freight shipped from state • 2Freight shipped to state • 37 largest railroads in U.S. (revenues >$475M)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Illinois Texas Virginia Missouri Wisconsin Ohio Indiana Alabama Maryland Kentucky

Tons (millions) 68.2 62.3 56.1 54.7 32.9 31.2 31.0 29.1 25.1 23.4

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, 2012 STB Waybill Sample

Local Freight Track 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas Michigan Pennsylvania Ohio Washington Georgia California New York Oklahoma Indiana

Miles 2,100 1,984 1,951 1,615 1,457 1,402 1,376 1,359 1,264 1,261

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, Railroad Ten-Year Trends, 2012


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State California 1 Illinois 2 Texas 3 Florida 4 New York 5 Pennsylvania 6 Ohio 7 Wisconsin 8 Michigan 9 10 Indiana

Companies 9,304 8,801 8,639 5,244 4,501 4,428 4,110 3,458 3,407 3,353

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 County Business Patterns

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Illinois California Texas Florida New York Pennsylvania Ohio Michigan New Jersey Indiana

Companies 6,292 5,744 5,140 3,258 2,586 2,472 2,471 2,263 2,161 2,083

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 County Business Patterns

Total Truck Tons State Texas California Illinois Florida Ohio Pennsylvania New York Indiana Georgia North Carolina

Long-Distance Trucking Companies

General Freight Trucking Companies

Trucking Companies

Truck Tons Originated1

Tons (millions) 2,205 1,180 812 767 689 678 669 479 471 404

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas California Illinois Florida Ohio Pennsylvania New York Indiana Georgia North Carolina

Tons (millions) 1091 591 406 373 355 350 308 247 239 205

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Illinois Texas California Florida Georgia Indiana Ohio Michigan Wisconsin Pennsylvania

Companies 3,511 3,189 2,667 1,726 1,512 1,481 1,476 1,365 1,356 1,354

Specialized Trucking Companies 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State California Texas Illinois Florida Pennsylvania New York Ohio Wisconsin Indiana Iowa

Companies 3,560 3,499 2,509 1,986 1,956 1,915 1,639 1,530 1,270 1,238

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 County Business Patterns

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2013 County Business Patterns

Truck Tons Received2

Truck Tractor Registrations

State Texas California Illinois Florida New York Ohio Pennsylvania Indiana Georgia North Carolina

Tons (millions) 1114 588 405 394 361 334 328 233 232 198

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State California Texas Indiana Illinois Ohio Iowa Pennsylvania Minnesota Florida Missouri

Registrations 263,254 239,311 226,825 141,696 97,982 70,245 67,465 67,404 67,326 66,909

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

SOURCE: U.S. DOT, FHA, Office of Highway Policy Information - Highway Statistics 2013

Tons Originated by For-Hire Trucks

Tons Received by For-Hire Trucks

Truck Ton-Miles Originated1

Truck Ton-Miles Received2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas California Illinois Ohio Florida Pennsylvania Indiana Georgia New York Wisconsin

Tons (millions) 582 297 237 216 212 171 162 135 128 118

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Texas California Illinois Florida Ohio New York Pennsylvania Indiana Georgia Wisconsin

Tons (millions) 614 292 235 231 196 172 162 148 130 112

State Ton-miles (billions) California 120 Texas 119 Illinois 62 Ohio 56 Pennsylvania 51 Georgia 44 Florida 43 Indiana 39 North Carolina 37 Wisconsin 35 3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Total Value of Truck Freight

Value of Truck Freight Originated1

Value of Truck Freight Received2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Value (billions) State Tons (thousands) Texas $2,585.50 California $1,916.42 Illinois $1,087.63 New York $943.77 Ohio $888.00 Pennsylvania $853.22 Florida $759.98 Michigan $680.27 Georgia $625.49 North Carolina $593.56 Indiana is ranked 12th.

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Pass-Through Interstates 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 3 3 3

State Indiana Illinois Pennsylvania Georgia Tennessee Kentucky Mississippi North Carolina Ohio West Virginia

State Value (billions) State Tons (thousands) Texas $1,251.07 California $1,007.51 Illinois $592.72 Ohio $458.47 Pennsylvania $440.57 New York $416.64 Florida $339.64 New Jersey $338.76 North Carolina $336.16 Michigan $334.66 Indiana is ranked 12th.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

SOURCE: U.S. Dept. of Transportation, 2013

State Texas California Illinois Pennsylvania New York Ohio Florida Missouri North Carolina Georgia Michigan Montana Indiana

Value (billions) Tons (thousands) $1,334.43 $908.91 $527.14 $494.91 $429.53 $420.35 $412.65 $345.62 $305.82 $289.05

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

State State Texas California Florida New York Illinois Pennsylvania Ohio Georgia Michigan Indiana

3 Ton-miles (billions) Tons (thousands) 154 116 65 55 54 50 44 42 34 31

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Total Roadway Miles State Miles State Tons (thousands) Texas 1 313,228 California 2 174,989 Illinois 3 145,708 Kansas 4 140,687 Minnesota 5 138,767 Missouri 6 131,900 Georgia 7 128,620 Ohio 8 123,297 Michigan 9 122,141 10 Florida 122,088 Indiana is ranked 19th. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Highway Statistics, 2013

Truck Trailer Manufacturing

Interstate Miles

Number 6 6 6 5 5 4 4 4 4 4

State State 1 Texas 2 California 3 New York 4 Illinois 5 Ohio 6 Florida 7 Pennsylvania 8 Michigan 9 Georgia 10 Indiana

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Miles 3,415 2,451 2,185 1,857 1,724 1,574 1,495 1,379 1,255 1,247 1,244 1,192 1,188

Company Wabash National Corp. 1 Great Dane Limited Partnership 2 Hyundai Translead 3 Utility Trailer Manufacturing 4 Vanguard National Trailer Corp. 5 Stoughton Trailers 6 MANAC 7 Fontaine Trailer Co. 8 Wilson Trailer Co. (estimate) 9 10 MAC Trailer Manufacturing 11 Heil Trailer International Co. 12 Strick Corp.

State Indiana Illinois California California Indiana Wisconsin Pennsylvania Alabama Iowa Ohio Tennessee Indiana

Trailers 62,950 51,500 49,713 49,187 42,594 16,000 8,200 7,655 5,300 4,880 4,610 4,300

SOURCE: Trailer/Body Builders Magazine Trailer Output Report, 2015

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Highway Statistics, 2013

Freight shipped from state • 2Freight shipped to state • 3Cargo volume times distance shipped (tons x miles)

1

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TRUCK


WATER U.S. Domestic Waterborne Traffic

Pennsylvania

INDIANA

Virginia

Alabama

Ohio

147.2

Florida

New Jersey

230.2

Kentucky

California

506.6

Illinois

Texas

544.0

Washington

U.S. Waterborne Traffic

Louisiana

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119.2 106.5 101.1 98.7 97.4 81.7 78.8 73.2 65.0

Tons (millions)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Louisiana Minnesota Indiana Texas Michigan Missouri Alabama Illinois Tennessee Ohio

Multiple Waterways1 Freight Received3

Tons (thousands) 17,800 5,733 3,618 3,603 2,371 1,867 1,257 412 148 81

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Ton-miles4 (billions) 67.26 25.19 15.55 11.51 9.28 7.73 5.49 5.04 3.96 2.86

Tons (thousands) 9,004 7,665 6,404 5,771 4,768 1,696 1,414 1,409 628 516

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Louisana Texas Illinois Missouri Minnesota Oklahoma Iowa West Virginia Ohio Indiana

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Value of Water Shipments Originated2

Value of Water Shipments Received3

State Value (billions) 1 Texas $125.45 2 Louisiana $103.01 3 California $19.40 4 Mississippi $7.85 5 Illinois $7.35 6 New Jersey $6.36 7 Washington $4.55 8 Kentucky $4.51 9 Alaska $3.12 10 Missouri $2.07 Indiana is ranked 15th.

State Value (billions) 1 Texas $131.12 2 Louisiana $68.85 3 California $19.96 4 Florida $12.89 5 Mississippi $7.70 6 Kentucky $7.49 7 Pennsylvania $5.04 8 Georgia $4.76 9 Alaska $3.87 10 Ohio $3.80 Indiana is ranked 18th.

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

1 2 3 4 5 5 6 7 8 9

Port Duluth-Superior, MN and WI Chicago, IL Two Harbors, MN Detroit, MI Indiana Harbor, IN Cleveland, OH Toledo, OH Burns Waterway Harbor, IN Gary, IN Presque Isle, MI

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

(Now American Commercial Barge Line)

American River Transportation Co. Cargo Carriers, A business of Cargill, Inc. Crounse Corporation Florida Marine Murray American Transportation LMR Barge AEP Heartland Barge Management

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

State Louisiana Kentucky Texas Ohio Alabama Illinois Arkansas Indiana Pennsylvania Mississippi

Ton-miles4 (billions) 42.75 12.95 12.11 10.06 2.91 2.67 2.46 1.15 1.08 0.90

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

State Minnesota/Wisconsin Illinois Minnesota Michigan Indiana Ohio Ohio Indiana Indiana Michigan

Tons (millions) 37.4 17.5 14.8 14.1 13.0 13.0 11.3 9.6 9.3 9.1

Inland Ports Shipments Port Cincinnati-Northern 1 2 Huntington Tristate St. Louis 3 4 Pittsburgh 5 Memphis 6 Louisville Mount Vernon 7 8 Port of Kaskaskia 9 St. Paul 10 Greenville

State Ohio/Kentucky W. Virginia/Ohio/Kentucky Missouri/Illinois Pennsylvania Tennesee Kentucky Indiana Illinois Minnesota Mississippi

Tons (millions) 49.9 46.4 38.9 31.5 14.7 7.3 6.7 6.2 5.0 3.6

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - The U.S. Waterway System: 2014 Transportation Facts and Information - Dec. 2015

Barges Fleet (Liquid Cargo)

State Tennessee Indiana llinois Minnesota Kentucky Louisiana Pennsylvania Kentucky Missouri llinois

Barges 4,252 3,823

1 2

1,772 1,332 1,127 612 510 507 498 439

3 4 4 4 5 6 7 8

Company Kirby Inland Marine, LP American Commercial Barge Lines LLC (Now American Commercial Barge Line)

Canal Barge Co., Inc. Hardin Street Marine LLC Ingram Barge Company Florida Marine Higman Barge Lines Blessey Marine Service Settoon Towing Company Enterprise Marine Service

SOURCE: Informa Economics, Barge Fleet Profile Report, 2015 1

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers The U.S. Waterway System: 2014 Transportation Facts and Information - Dec. 2015

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - The U.S. Waterway System: 2014 Transportation Facts and Information - Dec. 2015

Barges Fleet (Dry Cargo) 1 2

State Tons (millions) Texas 346.4 Louisiana 238.6 California 200.5 New Jersey 93.8 Washington 80.5 Virginia 67.9 Florida 51.9 Alabama 36.8 Georgia 36.2 Maryland 30.5 Indiana is ranked 32nd.

Great Lakes Ports Shipments

Ton-miles4 (billions) 50.59 16.80 15.72 13.37 12.50 9.30 4.99 3.96 2.93 2.73

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Company Ingram Barge Company American Commercial Barge Lines LLC

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

Inland Waterways Freight Received3

Ton-miles4 (billions) 36.23 15.49 15.02 5.60 4.57 3.96 2.86 1.67 1.41 1.17

Water Freight Received3 State Louisiana Ohio Texas Kentucky Florida Georgia Indiana Alabama Illinois Michigan

Foreign Waterborne Traffic

Inland Waterways Freight Originated2

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Water Freight Originated2 State 1 Louisiana 2 Texas 3 Illinois 4 Michigan 5 Minnesota 6 Missouri 7 Indiana 8 Washington 9 Oklahoma 10 Iowa

State Florida Louisiana Texas Georgia Ohio Indiana California Wisconsin Illinois Alabama

Tons (millions) 305.4 160.2 104.4 101.1 86.5 71.2 63.9 53.4 51.4 49.2

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers The U.S. Waterway System: 2014 Transportation Facts and Information - Dec. 2015

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - The U.S. Waterway System : 2014 Transportation Facts and Information - Dec. 2015

Multiple Waterways1 Freight Originated2

State Louisiana 1 2 Texas Illinois 3 4 Kentucky 5 Ohio 6 Indiana West Virginia 7 8 New Jersey 9 Michigan 10 Pennsylvania

State Texas Indiana Louisiana Delaware Tennessee Louisiana Texas Louisiana Louisiana Louisiana

SOURCE: Informa Economics, Barge Fleet Profile Report, 2015

Includes Inland Waterways System, Great Lakes, Gulf of Mexico and oceans • Freight shipped from state • Freight shipped to state • 4Cargo volume times distance shipped (tons x miles) 2

3

Tanks 898 432 309 219 219 219 184 168 131 130


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Let’s Build the Future and Grow Indiana’s “Crossroads of America” Advantage By David Holt Vice President, Operations and Business Development Conexus Indiana

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he “Crossroads of America” is not just a place at the center of the nation’s heartland. It defines Indiana’s position as a logistics leader in a global economy, effectively and efficiently moving products from the factory floor and farm field to store shelves across the U.S. and around the world. It’s a partnership that marries an enviable infrastructure with an environment that encourages and supports innovative businesses, communities, and state and local governments and nonprofits toward an overarching goal: to strengthen and grow Indiana’s economy. But to maintain that recognition, Indiana must focus on building and maintaining the infrastructure that carries the raw materials, supplies, parts and finished goods. Roads and bridges are, of course, an essential part of infrastructure, but the whole encompasses all the ways goods and people move across the land (via rail and truck), through the air and on the waterways. Identifying the state’s logistics asset 16

needs, improvement priorities and sustainable infrastructure funding engines were essential parts of the charge given the Conexus Indiana Logistics Council (CILC) more than seven years ago. In response, logistics leaders around Indiana created two strategic plans: the 2010 Phase I: A Plan for Indiana’s Logistics Future and the 2014 Delivering Indiana’s Logistics Future. Together the documents provided a comprehensive plan to strengthen private and public logistics infrastructure, made recommendations on short- and long-term funding solutions at the Federal and State levels, identified Federal and State public policy improvements and developed educational partnerships to build a pipeline of qualified talent from postgraduate engineers to secondary school graduates prepared for the workforce with industry-recognized and accepted credentials. With Phase I and Delivering as guides and with the support of the Indiana Department of Transportation, Indiana Economic Development Corporation and the Ports of Indiana, CILC formed six regional logistics councils of more than 225 industry executives to identify logistics assets and opportunities at the regional and local levels in all 92 Indiana counties. During 2015, each council released its own strategic plan with the six plans identifying more than 350

infrastructure projects needed across the state. Taking Indiana’s current infrastructure assets to the next practical level is critical to each of the plans. The councils identified, for the first time, a list of infrastructure projects that include improvements to city, county, state and federal roads, bridges, rail and air infrastructure assets. This roadmap serves as a guide to discussions and decisions about funding to ensure we do more than maintain today’s infrastructure and plan for future capacity. Finishing what Indiana started, taking care of what we have and building for the future will require a minimum of $1 billion per year in State funding. It’s this investment that will take us from maintaining what we have today to building an infrastructure network that will ensure our “Crossroads of America” advantage tomorrow. Our regional council members are partnering with Conexus Indiana executives to meet with elected officials and community leaders in each of the 92 counties to ensure alignment of infrastructure priorities and to determine how best to implement these needed improvements. Founding Father Patrick Henry once said, “I like the dreams of the future better than the history of the past.” Let’s take our dreams of a world-class infrastructure system and turn them into reality.


DON’T LET

OPPORTUNITY

PASS US BY

Indiana’s logistics industry keeps our economy moving and Hoosiers working – we rank among the top ten states in logistics jobs, and in the top tier in freight shipments by air, rail, interstate and waterway. But just like the cargo we move around the country and across the globe, opportunity is mobile. Business can easily go elsewhere if we don’t focus on maintaining our world-class infrastructure of ports, highways, airports and rail lines.

The Conexus Indiana Logistics Council has a plan for investing in these priorities, now and for the future. Learn more at www.ConexusIndiana.com and join us – together we can keep Indiana the Crossroads of America…and the World.

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Roads, Rail and Rivers Allow Indiana Agriculture to Thrive By Edward Ebert, Senior Director Grain Production and Utilization Indiana Soybean Alliance Indiana Corn Marketing Council

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griculture is vital to Indiana’s economy, contributing $25 billion to the Hoosier economy on an annual basis. Nearly 200,000 Indiana jobs are directly tied to the production and processing of agricultural products. Infrastructure is an important component to national and global competitiveness. Indiana’s strong infrastructure allows producers and processors to move their products efficiently to market, putting our state in a superior position when agricultural and food companies are looking to locate facilities. Indiana has a unique advantage over other states because of our river access and 18

extensive rail system. Hoosier agriculture is highly dependent upon the state’s 4,100-mile rail system and Indiana’s roadway network is critical to the success of transporting agricultural products from field to market. Last year, Indiana moved over 28.4 million metric tons of corn and soybeans from farm to market, making Indiana the nation’s fifth largest producer of both corn and soybeans. Those products were moved to our state’s 17 shuttle and seven soybeancrushing facilities, 13 ethanol plants, more than 300 grain elevators, 11 river elevators and numerous feed mills and livestock operations. As Indiana’s agriculture and ag-related industries continue to grow and more Hoosier harvests are exported to customers around the globe, our transportation infrastructure will become even more essential. The Indiana Soybean Alliance and the Indiana Corn Marketing Council – the

state soybean and corn farmer checkoff organizations – have worked closely with local and state officials to promote Indiana as a good place to locate agricultural and food businesses. From farm gate to processing plants and export terminals, safe and efficient transportation are table stakes in today’s globally competitive markets. Great access to raw materials, including corn and soybeans, are made more valuable by Indiana’s roadways, rails and rivers, providing an efficient way to get commodities and finished products to markets across the country and around the world. Indiana corn and soybean farmers are committed to working with local, state and national officials to ensure our state remains attractive to not only ag-related businesses, but industries that use our crops to produce food, fuel and many other products.


Indiana: Moving Forward

DELIVERING FOOD, FEED AND FUEL TO THE WORLD

Indiana corn and soybean farmers know how important a world class transportation system is. With its highways, railroads and waterways, Indiana continues to be a reliable provider of agricultural products, including corn and soybeans, to the ever-growing global marketplace. As our state continues to grow its capacity to add value to our corn and soybeans – through the production of ethanol, livestock, food products and much more, Indiana Soybean Alliance and Indiana Corn Marketing Council are committed to ensuring our transportation infrastructure stays strong to keep our competitive advantage. To learn more about ISA and ICMC’s efforts in this area, call 317.347.3620, email eebert@indianasoybean.com or visit www.indianasoybean.com/grainmarketing or www.incorn.org/grainmarketing.

Funded with Indiana soybean and corn checkoff dollars.


LOGISTICS LEADERSHIP SURVEY

Logistics Leadership Survey Business leaders recognize that economic growth is closely tied to successful transportation systems for both goods and people. The logistics industry is constantly evolving, innovating and adapting to a changing landscape. Consumer demand patterns are shifting, affecting shipping requirements, order cycle times, retail formats and service level requirements. New technologies, increasing fuel and utility costs, revised regulations and labor supply issues all impact logistics. In addition, global demand is changing. Certain world markets are seeing significant growth in population and, therefore, buying power. The rapid and steady rise of e-commerce is transforming how and where consumers procure goods. Several regional logistics leaders agreed to share their perspectives on current issues in the industry and offer advice for the next generation of logistics leaders.As part of a short survey, each leader was asked to rank the following 20 logistics issues based on the issues’ effects on their own business in the near future. • • • • • • •

Access to intermodal rail Air cargo service Air travel service/fares Alternative fuels Cargo capacity constraints Fuel costs Globalization

• • • • • • •

Government regulation Highway congestion New highway construction New technologies Outsourcing Panama Canal expansion Revised inventory policies

• • • • • •

Security Sustainability Transportation costs Truck driver shortage/retention Waterway infrastructure/dredging Workforce availability

As indicated by the survey, workforce availability will be the most pressing concern in logistics. The rankings are listed in descending order below. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Workforce availability Transportation costs Government regulation Truck driver shortage/retention Fuel costs New technologies Globalization

8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Sustainability Security Access to intermodal rail Alternative fuels New highway construction Highway congestion Revised inventory policies

15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Cargo capacity constraints Outsourcing Waterway infrastructure/dredging Panama canal expansion Air cargo service Air travel service/fares

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Derek Bland Vice President, New Business Development

Houston-Johnson, Inc. www.houston-johnson.com “Here at Houston-Johnson, we provide logistics support services to the manufacturing and logistics industries. We focus on understanding the reasons behind why companies consider outsourcing logistics functions. We then customize a solution specifically to meet that company’s needs. Our challenge is in leveraging real-time information to provide customers and/ or end users with solutions specific to their situation in order to exceed expectations.”

Barry Cox President and Chief Operating Officer

Warehouse Services, Inc. www.wsionline.com “Our organization is truly a turn-key third party logistics provider. We provide the following services to our customers: Transportation… 500 tractors, 2,000 vans and 250 tankers; Distribution… e-fulfillment centers as well as industrial support with over 16,000,000 square feet; Information technology…providing our own Warehouse Management System and website development to keep our customers abreast of their shipments/orders; Light Manufacturing…contract manufacturing of our customers’ products; shortening the supply chain; Engineering Support… design and support of distribution centers and sites.”

Larry Davis Vice President, Marketing

Evansville Western Railway www.evwr.com “We are a railroad company with over 124 miles of rail between Evansville, Ind., and Okawville, Ill., including a branch line in Mt. Vernon, Ind.”

Rick Heimann Port Director

Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor www.portsofindiana.com “Our port connects the Great Lakes, the inland river system and the St. Lawrence Seaway/Atlantic Ocean to America’s heartland. These marine highways provide some of the most efficient and effective components of many companies’ supply chains.”

Top 5 Logistics Issues: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Workforce Availability New Technologies Outsourcing Transportation Costs Truck Driver Shortage/ Retention

Top 5 Logistics Issues: 1. Truck Driver Shortage Retention 2. Workforce Availability 3. Government Regulation 4. Globalization 5. Access to Intermodal Rail

Top 5 Logistics Issues: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Sustainability Fuel Costs Alternative Fuels Government Regulation Workforce Availability

Top 5 Logistics Issues: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Transportation Costs Government Regulation Workforce Availability Waterway Infrastructure/ Dredging 5. Security

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Q&A WITH LOGISTICS LEADERS Cathy Langham President

Langham Logistics, Inc. www.elangham.com “Langham is a third party logistics company with expertise in solving problems and executing transportation, warehousing, fulfillment and distribution solutions for our customers anywhere in the world. As we begin our 28th year as an Indiana-based business, we look forward to partnering with forward-thinking companies to continue to grow Indiana’s legacy as the ‘Crossroads of America’ by providing efficient warehousing and transportation service and unmatched visibility to supply chains interested in using Indiana as a distribution hub.”

William Patterson Senior Vice President

Watco Terminal & Port Services www.watcosupplychain.com “Our organization’s role is to assist companies with the transportation of their goods and services. This can mean safely and efficiently switching their plant, handling their products and getting them from one mode of transportation to another, or putting together a complete supply chain package.”

Doug Prather President

Ranger Enterprises LLC www.ranger3pl.com “Ranger operates as a third party logistics provider located in Seymour, Ind., strategically splitting the freight hubs of Indianapolis and Louisville. Our ESOP company serves a multitude of varying industries, providing quality transportation and warehousing solutions. Ranger’s mission is ‘To exceed customer supply chain expectations by delivering professional and customized solutions in a timely and cost-effective manner.’”

Charlie Threlkeld General Manager Rail Transportation

Consolidated Grain & Barge www.cgb.com “Our organization is a facilitator between the American farmer and the consumer. Our logistics model provides a competitive price to the farmer for the grain that he grows. We are also able to meet the needs (price, timing and quality) of the end-user for those crops.”

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Top 5 Logistics Issues: 1. Outsourcing 2. Workforce Availability 3. Truck Driver Shortage/ Retention 4. Security 5. Panama Canal Expansion

Top 5 Logistics Issues: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Transportation Costs Workforce Availability Security Government Regulation Sustainability

Top 5 Logistics Issues: 1. Workforce Availability 2. Truck Driver Shortage/ Retention 3. Transportation Costs 4. Revised Inventory Policies 5. New Technologies

Top 5 Logistics Issues: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Transportation Costs Globalization Alternative Fuels Cargo Capacity Constraints Workforce Availability


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Which logistics issue will have the largest impact on the national economy and why? • Derek Bland: Great logistics cities are made and destroyed by their responses in times of technological innovation. Are we in such a time today? The question almost doesn’t need to be asked: driverless vehicles, drone delivery, robots as workers, same-day delivery. All will shape the future of logistics. • Barry Cox: There is a shortage of competent drivers, mechanics and programmers to support a world that is running at warp speed. Cargo will continue to be delivered via truck, rail and water, but each of these transportation modes lacks an incoming stream of personnel to perform the basic functions required to move freight on a daily basis. • Larry Davis: The highway system has not kept up with demand and congestion is a major problem in urban areas. Congestion leads to lower utilization and increased costs, which hurts the U.S. when competing globally. Increased regulation further adds costs to USA-produced goods. • Rick Heimann: Solutions to long-term issues such as waterway infrastructure, workforce availability and port capacity need to begin or continue this year. • Cathy Langham: The impact of the Panama Canal will be very interesting. Ports on the east coast and in the south have prepared for the larger vessel size and the increase in the number of containers off-loaded at

those locations. This phenomenon will change the supply and transportation patterns for many manufacturers and distributors as well as trucking and rail companies. Ultimately this improvement in competition will cause a reduction in price. • William Patterson: Transportation costs will always play a major role. Coal volumes on rail and barge have diminished and rail volumes of crude oil and sand used to extract oil and natural gas are also down impacting logistics and costs to move other goods. • Doug Prather: Workforce availability and truck driver shortage/ retention issues will remain major hurdles for our industry to overcome. It is imperative we do all we can to educate, attract and maintain an excellent workforce now and into the future. • Charlie Threlkeld: The strong U.S. dollar has weakened our position in what is becoming an increasingly more competitive global marketplace. Advancements in farming practices in South America and the Black Sea region have displaced many traditional U.S. markets.

What is the next big thing in logistics for your specific field? Derek Bland: The last two years have been a time of large, strategic acquisitions resulting in significant consolidation among the top 50 global third-party logistics (3PL) providers. I expect this trend to continue. An overarching concern for our logistics community will be creating a culture and vision for logistics innovation and excellence. • Barry Cox: Despite the fact that we live in a highly automated world, there are still many supply chains that operate as they did in the 1970s. We are investing heavily in technology to support our clients’ move from the 20th Century to the 21st. • Larry Davis: The impact of the decline in coal revenue is requiring railroads to find new sources of revenue. Investment in our field will be challenged at a time when railroads need to find new markets and customers. • Rick Heimann: The recommendations associated with the National Freight Strategic Plan and the identification of how those recommendations addressing infrastructure, institutional and financial issues will be implemented and funded. •

• Cathy Langham: Technology is always the answer to this question. Improvements in product visibility and analytics will allow all of us to operate more efficiently and move toward the ultimate consumer goals of better, cheaper, faster. • William Patterson: Terminals are often designed and built around specific commodities but with changes in commodity markets, re-purposing locations that were product-specific and directing them toward a new focus, or a multi-purposed asset, will be a great opportunity in many areas. • Doug Prather: Technological advances will continue to result in revolutionary changes to our industry. Staying in touch with those changes and knowing when to make investments in new technology for the benefit of our customers is increasingly important. • Charlie Threlkeld: Autonomous trucks. As this technology develops, it will be a game-changer for everyone.

What advice would you give students about a career in logistics? Derek Bland: If you have a passion for addressing issues associated with infrastructure and traffic, land use and sustainability, and technology and research, then a future in logistics could be for you. The goal is to make our region the nation’s indisputable leader in logistics and distribution services and it will happen only as a result of vision, commitment and hard work. • Barry Cox: Take the time to develop a good tool box. Your tool box should include the basics of reading, writing, and math skills, but also the ability to think on your feet. You need to understand the basics of the industry to be able to lead the industry. Time is well spent in operations learning different aspects of each supply chain from the ground up. • Larry Davis: Logistics is a fascinating but largely invisible field that most people don’t understand. Since logistics is supply filling demand, everything in life has a logistics component. The science of logistics makes commerce more efficient, cost effective and immediate. • Rick Heimann: Logistics is problem solving, efficiency modeling and technological design all combined in a real world, ever-changing situation. There are logistics positions available involving sales, purchasing, statistics, operations and planning. •

Cathy Langham: Jump into a logistics career with both feet. I still equate the growth and continuous change in logistics to cowboys and cowgirls heading for the New Frontier. We keep moving forward, improving our technology and processes, changing the way business is conducted and consumers are served, without knowing for sure what is over the next mountain ridge. So hitch your wagon to logistics and help us change the world! • William Patterson: To focus on the customer and their needs. While you or your company’s needs are important, if your decisions are based with the best interest of what your customer is trying to accomplish it will lead to success. • Doug Prather: A career in logistics is highly fulfilling and available across the country. There are many different specialized areas of logistics that reach across a variety of educational disciplines so there really is something for everyone. • Charlie Threlkeld: Each day you will be challenged to construct the most economical supply chain to move the goods for which you are responsible. It will have its rewards and setbacks but seldom be the same each day. •

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CountryMark Flex Fuel Contracts Offer a Better Way to Control Fuel Prices By Jon Lantz Vice President of Marketing CountryMark

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or 75 years, CountryMark and its branded dealers have been refining and delivering premium quality fuels to farms, fleets and families throughout the Midwest. But today’s trucking companies require more than just premium quality fuels. They also need price risk management tools to help them better manage unpredictable fuel costs. At CountryMark, we offer flex fuel contracts, and our customers will tell you these contracts are one of the most effective price risk management tools available on the market today. Our flex contracts are unique in that customers pick the amount of fuel they wish to contract, the period of time for the contract and the delivery schedule. Let me explain each of these components in greater detail. Selecting fuel quantity for a flex fuel contract is a huge benefit, especially for smaller trucking fleets. Most oil companies require contract volumes in 42,000 gallon increments. We don’t have the requirement. Trucking companies can sit down with their CountryMark branded dealer and select a volume that works for them—maybe that’s a tankwagon or transport load, or maybe it is a percentage of the fuel the buyer anticipates needing over a certain period of time. At CountryMark, we also allow customers to execute flex contracts on 24

a timetable that works for them. Many customers prefer to sit down with their local CountryMark branded dealer to discuss a fuel price range they are comfortable with. The local CountryMark dealer will then contact the trucking company when contracting prices fall within the buyer’s preferred fuel price range. At that point, the trucking company can choose to enter a flex contract for a given quantity of fuel at the agreed upon flex contract price for a specific period of time. Common contracting periods for CountryMark customers include two, six, nine and 11 months. Having control over when the contracted gallons are used is another advantage of the CountryMark flex contracting program. Each time the trucking company orders fuel, it has the option to buy its fuel at either the cash price or a contracted price. It is important to note there is no cost to customers for CountryMark’s contracting services, nor do customers pay for fuel until they take possession of the fuel. Using a flex fuel contract, customers can also choose to either have their fuel delivered to on-site storage tanks or pick up the fuel from a CountryMark branded retail fueling site. For many CountryMark fuel customers, flex fuel contracts allow them to better control their fuel budgets. In many cases, it takes fuel from a variable cost to a fixed cost. And for trucking companies that bid on jobs, locking in fuel prices can provide a significant advantage over trucking companies that are purchasing fuel solely on the cash markets. Fuel price volatility is one of the most significant challenges for trucking

companies. CountryMark flex fuel contracts reduce fuel price volatility and help trucking companies of all sizes more effectively control and manage their fuel input costs.

CountryMark Flex Fuel Contracting You pick the fuel amount. You pick the delivery schedule.

You pay no contracting fees.

You pick the contract period. You don’t pay for fuel until you receive it.


You keep fleet operations under control, we’ll do the same for fuel costs. It’s called the CountryMark Price Risk Management Program, and with it you can lock in the price you pay for your fuel, helping you to better manage your energy costs and forecast your fuel expenses. It’s customizable for big and small fleets, and takes all the guesswork out of budgeting. As for managing all the places your trucks need to go in the next year, we’ll leave that up to you. For more information, contact your local CountryMark branded dealer or call 1.800.808.3170. Get more per gallon.

Contact your nearest CountryMark dealer for the industry’s most innovative price risk management tools. Ag Plus, Inc., South Whitley, 800-448-3965 AgBest, LLC, Muncie, 800-894-5019 Ceres Solutions, LLC, Crawfordsville, 800-878-0952 Co-Alliance, LLP, Avon, 800-525-0272 Harvest Land Co-op, Richmond, 800-541-6356

Lake County FBCA, Crown Point, 219-663-0018 Laughery Valley Ag Co-op, Osgood, 800-821-2629 North Central Co-op, Wabash, 800-720-0550 Premier Energy, LLC, Columbus, 877-435-3230 Shelby County Co-op, Shelbyville, 800-875-7427

Starke County FBCA, Hamlet, 800-722-4948 SynEnergy Partners, Mt. Vernon, 800-276-7157 Union County Co-op, Liberty, 765-458-5141 White River Co-op, Loogootee, 812-295-4835

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AND THE HEART:

Attracting and Retaining Today’s Logistics Workers AT ELWOOD STAFFING, we understand you and your workforce needs. The logistics industry makes up nearly 25 percent of our $804 million annual book of business, and over one-half of the 300,000 job seekers who apply with us indicate they already have prior job experience within the industry. Your industry is such an integral part of our business—both in the workers we attract and the clients we serve— and, we’re proud to share new research with you, because it comes in large part from the very people who have worked or are currently seeking positions within your industry. The data we’ve compiled encompasses all Elwood associates and paints an accurate picture of the current attraction and retention landscape in today’s workforce. Any HR leader in your company can easily apply these principles to your recruiting strategy. There are obvious, quantifiable traits job seekers consider when evaluating a new position: the commute, the pay, the job description, the benefits, and the hours. It’s relatively easy to compare the attributes of each potential position and accept or reject a job because it just makes sense to do so.

That’s because the head, or practicality, attracts people to jobs. But what keeps them around? Think about all of the jobs you’ve ever held. Which one was your favorite? Maybe in high school, it was the low-stress lifeguarding position where you made a ton of friends; maybe right after college, it was an entry-level position that opened your eyes to a new world through mentorship from a colleague. Your favorite jobs made logical sense at the time—they paid money, you were fine with the commute, and you knew the hours—so you took them; however, you probably returned to the pool a few extra summers even when you could’ve earned more elsewhere, and you’ve retained positive feelings based on a set of attributes you could not evaluate when you first applied.

That’s because retention hinges on the heart. Once someone is in your door, you know they’re relatively comfortable with your wages, your benefits, your operating hours, their commute, and the like. It should be a given you need to continually adjust these things to remain competitive as the world changes, but this is not the area you need to focus on to optimize retention. You need to cultivate an environment that speaks to your employees’ emotional needs—their hearts. How do we know? We took a closer look at all voluntary turnover in 2015 among our associates (see Figure 1). We compared quits for practical reasons (like commute distance and shift hours) against quits due to emotional factors (like not feeling respected and lack of advancement opportunities), and what we found is, over time, the emotional factors exceed the logical ones. This means the longer employees stay with your company, the greater the need for the things that keep them happy and engaged and foster a sense of affection. There are certainly life events that will always drive a few employees away, but with a little work and some ingenuity, you have unbelievable opportunity to retain everyone else (remember that lifeguard job?!). 26

FIGURE 1 Percent of All Voluntary Departures

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Practical Reasons (can be evaluated before accepting job): Too Physical, Too Hot/Cold, Other Job Closer to Home/ Transportation, Better Working Hours, Better Benefits, Not Enough Working Hours, Disliked Shift Emotional Reasons (Can only be evaluated over time): Concern for Safety, Not Challenging, No Advancement Opportunities, Not Enough Training, Not Treated with Respect by Co-worker, Poor Communication, Supervisor Negative Behavior, Supervisor Poor Communication, Too Much Overtime, Cleanliness of Facility, Job Duties Other/Life Circumstance (not displayed on chart): Moved, Not Eligible for FMLA, Personal-Not Related to Assignment, School, Not Able to Be Reached, Pay/Better Job with Higher Pay By now, you’re probably thinking to yourself: What about pay? They didn’t mention pay as a quit factor! That’s because we excluded wagerelated turnover in our analysis. Why? Because if pay is not adequate, it will always overshadow any and all other needs. A competitive pay strategy has to be the foundation of a successful retention strategy. We simply buffed the tarnish off the silver to obtain an unclouded reflection. (See page 29 for a competitive pay strategy guideline.)


STEP 2: FOCUS ON INCLUSION

We work hard to listen to workers to find out what makes them tick—or, rather, what keeps them ticking at one place. In mid-2015, we conducted a study1 where we analyzed thousands of answers from internal employee surveys and in-person associate interviews. Through this, we identified seven factors that are most strongly correlated with employees reaching a state of harmony at work—or, in other words, a state of comfort or happiness with their work environment.

Your goal is to achieve a work environment in which all individuals are treated fairly and respectfully, have equal access to opportunities and resources, and can contribute fully to your organization’s success. As much as possible, you must avoid any practice that creates disparity between sets of employees. After all, everyone works together to make the same products and serve the same customers.

• Safety as a top priority of the company • Opportunities for advancement • Confidence in leadership of the company • Feelings of value and shared goals • Communication • Training • Treatment/Inclusion Not surprisingly, none of the factors we identified are part of a list of practical reasons employees are initially attracted to a job; none can be experienced by reading a job post or looking around during an interview. The things that matter most in the long run to employees are the unique, intangible parts of company culture that only become apparent over time. To meet each need listed above multiple times over, we believe there are four steps you can take.

STEP 1: PROVIDE AN EXCELLENT START WITH A 30-DAY HIGH-TOUCH PLAN Our proprietary data shows up to 40 percent of turnover can occur in the first 30 days of employment; furthermore, an external study shows 4 percent of workers across the nation have quit on the first day due to a disastrous welcoming.2 By implementing a well-designed, wellexecuted, high-touch welcoming and onboarding process, you mitigate the risks of new employees falling through the cracks, feeling lost or unwelcome, or leaving your company too early. A critical component of your onboarding plan is training the folks involved to do their parts.

Here are a few practices we suggest: ● Include all employees in communications and meetings, where practical ● Provide equal benefits, such as holiday pay, paid time off, and/or shutdown pay, to all employees regardless of tenure or position ● Design employee perks such as cookouts, family days, and bonuses so that all employees can participate ● Train and hold accountable supervisors, managers, and executives to treat all employees with high regard and address each by name

STEP 3: BUILD SOCIAL CONNECTIONS Applicants who have friends or acquaintances at a particular employer are more likely to seek work there and, once hired, stick around. We know this because the greatest percentage of our applicants—over 30 percent—come to us as referrals from thousands of working associates, a trend on par with other employers. This indicates relationships are just as important to current employees as they are to the job seekers they refer. Here are a few practices we suggest: ● Provide nametags so employees can learn and address each other by name ● Implement an attractive referral bonus program and promote it heavily ● Consider establishing social clubs to forge relationships between like-minded workers, such as the following:  Book  Hunting / fishing  Scrapbook  Running / fitness  Motorcycle  Volunteerism

Here’s a sample timeline:

Prior to Start Excellent experience and orientation

Day 2 New employee lunch (individual or group) with supervisor or team leader

0-5 days

Day 1 On-site orientation and welcome

Days 5-10 Check-in meeting with supervisor or team leader

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Day 3 Check-in call from HR team, upper management, or even an executive

Day 30 New employee receives wage increase

10-20 days

Day 10 HR team conducts check-in, thanks employee, and provides company logowear item

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STEP 4: MAINTAIN A POSITIVE REPUTATION Over 80 percent of job seekers say online employer reviews influence their decisions on whether to apply or not, and nearly 50 percent say company reputation has a significant impact on whether they accept a job offer or not.3 Your reputation is so important, and you must consider and proactively manage all elements of your reputation:

Understand your reputation:

● General brand awareness: Do people know about and trust your company? ● Work environment: Do people consider you to be a good employer with a positive culture? ● Social: Do people believe your company to be socially and environmentally responsible?

Manage your reputation:

● Be proactive. Ask happy customers and employees to complete online reviews; unhappy people will always complain first. ● React. Seek to collect and understand negative reviews, and take action to correct them. ● Ask. Ask for feedback—from anyone who will give it— and continually improve.

SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL HOW DOES YOUR COMPANY RATE?

Are you maximizing your recruiting and retention efforts? NEEDS IMPROVEMENT

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Starting Pay Pay Progression Inclusion Onboarding (“strong start”) Social Connectivity Reputation Flexibility (e.g., attendance, schedules) Opportunities for Advancement Advanced Training Strong Safety Culture Quality Supervisors Stability of Work

References 1 Elwood Staffing. The Seven Wonders of the Work(place): Climbing Maslow’s Pyramid. Rep. N.p., 6 July 2015. Web. <www.elwoodstaffing.com/whitepapers>. 2 Moscato, D. (2005). “Using Technology to Get Employees On Board,” HR Magazine, April: 107-109. 3 Indeed. “Indeed Surpasses 4 Million Employer Reviews.” Web log post. Indeed Blog. N.p., 29 Jan. 2014. Web. 12 Dec. 2015.

STRENGTHEN YOUR SUPPLY CHAIN WITH THE BETTER PEOPLE, PEOPLE.

Why do best-in-class businesses entrust their staffing needs to Elwood Staffing? Because we’ve supplied warehouse, distribution, and 3PL companies with qualified talent since 1980. We deploy approximately 25,000 associate workers per week. And we successfully support sophisticated, multi-market accounts with solutions like master vendor and managed service programs, on-site service delivery, and workforce analytics.

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YOUR COMPETITIVE PAY STRATEGY The “RECIPE FOR SUCCESS” previously outlined hinges upon the existence of a competitive pay strategy. We define a competitive pay strategy as one that offers starting wages at least $2.25/hr above the local minimum wage, at or above the 50th percentile when compared to local wages for similar positions, and inclusive of a well-defined and attainable pay progression schedule.

FIGURE 1

Pay-Related Quits as a Percent of all Assignment Ends (by $/hr over minimum wage)

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As shown in Figure 1, voluntary departures based specifically on pay drop off dramatically as pay soars above minimum wage. The reason for this is very obvious: Workers need to make enough money to sustain themselves or a family, and, often, minimum wage—or close to it—is simply not enough. Much like research in human motivation suggests, people have to fulfill the most basic needs before they are able to address others. When pay is too low, employees depart in droves in search of fulfillment of this basic need, regardless of other retention measures you have in place. It’s around $2.25/hr above the minimum wage where we first see the steepest decline in departures cited specifically for pay.

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As shown in Figures 3 and 4, pay progression is the perfect complement to higher-than-average starting wages. As noted above, high starting pay will get people in the door and keep them entertained long enough to partially buy into your company; however, the honeymoon period will eventually end, and stagnant pay will lower an employee’s buying power—hardly the way to reward an employee for longevity and hardly a reason for an employee to stick around. 4

Elwood Staffing. Becoming An Employer Of Choice. Rep. N.p., 6 Feb. 2015. Web. <www.elwoodstaffing.com/whitepapers>.

FIGURE 3 Employee Departures by Annualized Wage Increases4 (Sum of Losses Every 6 Months) 100% TOTAL PERCENT DE PARTED

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As shown in Figure 2—data from our Applicant Sentiment Index—78 percent of job seekers feel as if wages offered locally are the same or higher than wages offered in surrounding areas. We can extrapolate this to mean 78 percent of job seekers see little to no difference in the wages they can attain from one employer to the next. In order to stand out in this commoditized environment, you need to pay in the upper half, ideally in the upper 25 percent. How do you know if you’re meeting this standard? Each year we publish a report based on our annual wage survey that allows you to access detailed information about wages offered in your region. You can find a copy of this report in the Business Resource Center on our website: www.elwoodstaffing.com. Higher-than-average starting pay will bring candidates in your doors and retain them during the critical first weeks of employment.

I Believe Wages in My Local Area Are:

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1-12 1-18 1-24 1-30 ANNUALIZED WAGE INCRE ASES 4-7% annualized raise <1% annualized raise

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Premier Employer: Offers 6% annual wage increase to outpace cost of living adjustments. Wage raises (2.956%) offered every 6 months. Average Employer: Offers 4% annual wage increase to match cost of living adjustments. Wage raises ( 1.98%) offered every 6 months. Below Average Employer: Does not offer wage increases.

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Vincennes University and North American Crane Certification to Offer OSHA-Required Training By John Tooley Training Coordinator Vincennes University, Gibson Center Fort Branch, Ind.

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he Vincennes University Gibson Center in Fort Branch, Ind., is pleased to announce it has partnered with North American Crane Certification LLC to provide crane operator training and certification. By November 2017, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will require all crane operators be certified by a nationally accredited organization. A five-day training course is offered year-round and covers all aspects of crane safety. An onsite 40-ton crane is available for crane operator instruction and the practical operating exam. During the course, an inexperienced crane operator may schedule up to 12 hours of crane-operating instruction. All testing is monitored and scored by Crane Institute Certification (CIC) under its strict standards. 30

CIC is the certifying institute that issues National Commission for Certifying Agencies-accredited operator certifications for the five types and capacity levels of mobile cranes, articulating boom cranes, digger derrick cranes and service/mechanic truck cranes. The Vincennes University Gibson Center/North American Crane Certification also offers training and certifications for riggers, master riggers and signal-persons. CIC meets OSHA’s current requirements for crane operator certification by type and capacity as well as OSHA’s rigger and signal-person qualification requirements. To become a CIC-certified crane operator, a candidate must pass a general knowledge exam, supplemental exams and a practical operating exam for the crane type and capacity level for which the candidate is applying. The crane operator certificate received is valid for five years from the date of issue. The various certification classes are designed to provide a one-stop shop to receive all instruction, exams and testing in a fourto-five day period. Everything to become

certified is included. To sign up for classes, call 812-888-2888 or visit www.vinu.edu. The Gibson Center is located at 8100 U.S. 41 in Fort Branch, Ind., close to Interstate 69 exits 22 and 27. About CIC and its Purpose Crane Institute of America Certification (CIC) is an independent certifying organization. CIC’s nationally accredited crane operator, rigger and signal-person programs are the result of the experience and input from experts from a broad range of crane-related companies, industry groups and assessment experts. CIC subject matter experts include crane managers for power, construction, and general industry; crane operators and supervisors; inspectors; manufacturers; and training professionals. The crane operating experience and wisdom represented by these experts is unparalleled. The main purpose of CIC is to save lives through certification, promote safety, provide the crane industry with more options to obtain accredited certification and be known as the standard in certification.


By November 2017, OSHA Will Require All Crane Operators Be Certified By A Nationally Accredited Organization

CRANE OPERATOR TRAINING/CERTIFICATION CLASSES OFFERED YEAR-ROUND CO URS E S INCLUD E : CLASSROOM TRAINING • WRITTEN EXAM • PRACTICAL EXAM NCCCO License holders can also be re-certified

OT HE R SE RV IC E S OFFE R E D : MOBILE CRANE OPERATOR

Lift Director/Lift Planning Classes

Training • Certification

Mine Safety & Health Administration (MSHA) Task Training

OVERHEAD/GANTRY CRANE Training • Certification

SIGNAL PERSON/RIGGER Training • Qualification

812-888-2888

Annual/Periodic Crane Inspections Accident Investigations Hands-on Crane Training

http://vinu.edu/crane

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Educating Indiana’s Logistics Workforce The demand for logistics knowledge in today’s world is enormous and building the new logistics workforce is truly a team effort with Indiana. Colleges, universities and corporations are working together to arm logistics graduates with the skills they need to meet future workforce demands. Many certification courses and degree programs are focused on introducing project-based work and internship opportunities specifically aimed at providing students with real-world logistics experiences. Other programs target supply-chain management, operations management, logistics and global business as well as the tools, techniques and theories that apply across the logistics industry. See below for a sampling of colleges and universities in Indiana offering programs in logistics.

Ball State University, Muncie

Indiana State University, Terre Haute

Miller College of Business B.S. in Logistics & Supply Chain Management 765-285-5300 Admissions: 800-482-4BSU bsu.edu/cob

Scott College of Business B.S. in Operations and Supply Chain Management Marketing & Operations Department 812-237-3365 Admissions: 800-GO-TO-ISU indstate.edu/business/oscm

This academic program is designed for students looking to work in management positions in the creation or distribution of goods and Combining the classic field of operations within the broader services. Courses in supply chain management are featured at the framework of supply chain management, students receive a balanced senior level. education in both managerial and analytical concepts. Required courses include SCM fundamentals, data-driven decision making, business process improvement, lean six-sigma, business analytics Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide and global SCM strategy.

Indianapolis

Certificate, Associate’s, Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs, including Logistics and Supply Chain, and Professional Development programs General: 317-487-6281 worldwide.erau.edu/locations/Indianapolis

Indiana University, Bloomington

Kelley School of Business B.S. in Supply Chain Management M.B.A. in Supply Chain and Operations Online M.S. in Global Supply Chain Management Embry-Riddle logistics programs provide students with an General: 812-855-8100 understanding of tools, techniques and theories that apply across the Admissions: Undergraduate, 812-855-0661 logistics industry. Graduate: 800-99-IUMBA kelley.iu.edu Indiana University’s degrees in supply chain management cover all aspects of the supply chain. The Kelley Direct M.S. in global supply chain management degree is through an online program for working adults.

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Purdue University, West Lafayette

(812) 855-2210

Global Supply Chain Management Initiative 765-494-4322 gscmi.org

Supply Chain Management Academy The academy offers M.B.A. students real-world experience. The Corporate Advisory Board gives students a chance to network, and each student is paired with a corporate mentor for support.

Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Kelley School of Business B.S. in Supply Chain Management M.B.A. in Supply Chain Management Undergrad: 317-274-2147 M.B.A.: 317-274-4895 Undergraduate Admissions: 317-274-4591 kelley.iupui.edu Both undergraduate and M.B.A. supply chain management majors give students a solid background in sourcing, planning, delivering, as well as process improvement. Students have a chance to work with local businesses and non-profit organizations.

Ivy Tech Community College Corporate College National Workforce Credential Training in: • MSSC Certified Logistics Associate • MSSC Certified Logistics Technician Logistics Readiness Certificate: • CDL Class A and Class B • Math for Warehousing/Distribution • TDL Computer Basics • Critical Thinking/Problem Solving General: 888-IVYLINE ivytech.edu Starting in the 2016-2017 academic year, Ivy Tech will begin offering online programs for an Associate of Science degree in Supply Chain Logistics and a Certificate in Supply Chain Logistics allowing 100% access to students across the state. Both programs will also be offered in traditional class setting at select Ivy Tech campuses.

The Global Supply Chain Management Initiative offers M.B.A. students a broad course selection and a variety of hands-on opportunities, from working on projects, study abroad programs and cross-cultural training seminars. They also provide one to three-day educational workshops for companies looking to broaden employees’ global perspective.

University of Indianapolis School of Business B.S. in Operations and Supply Chain Management Undergraduate admissions: 800-232-8634 Evening M.B.A. with a Global Supply Chain Management concentration Certificate in Global Supply Chain Management M.B.A. Admissions: 317-788-3340 Providing a solid background in business principles, the undergraduate program prepares students for diverse job opportunities. The M.B.A. program offers convenient scheduling and courses focused on international business, supply chain management and project management. The Certificate in Global Supply Chain Management is designed for individuals with existing M.B.A.s or M.A.s in either accounting or finance who are looking to expand their horizons or branch out into a new field.

Valparaiso University College of Business B.S. in Business Administration, major in International Business B.S. in Business Administration, major in Business Analytics General: 219-464-5040 Admissions: 888-GO-VALPO valpo.edu/business

Recognizing Indiana’s place in the logistics industry, Ivy Tech works to prepare a workforce that is up-to-date in current technologies for the transportation, distribution and logistics fields.

With a Major in International Business, not only do students study global operations and supply-side management, they also take foreign language courses and spend a semester in an international location. The major in Business Analytics offers students not only global operations and supply-side management, but an understanding of data management and quantitative analysis, and the ability to effectively communicate this information in a business context.

Purdue University, West Lafayette

Vincennes University

College of Technology B.S. in Supply Chain Management Technology 765-494-4935 tech.purdue.edu

Business & Industry Workforce Training Industry Recognized Credentials • CDL Class A & B • Fork-Lift Essentials • APICS GLA Custom Training Programs • Team Lead Essentials • Supervisor Essentials • Industrial Maintenance Plainfield, Indianapolis, Lebanon, Ft. Branch, Vincennes Online Information: 317-381-6099 vinu.edu/workforce

Krannert School of Management B.S. in Supply Chain Information and Analytics M.B.A. with options in Operations and Global Supply Chain Management M.S. in Global Supply Chain Management 765-494-0773 Admissions: 877-622-5726 krannert.purdue.edu Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management fuses analytical and technical expertise with strategic leadership abilities. Courses have an emphasis on case studies, real-world learning and teamwork.

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Logistics U: Moving High School Students into Logistics According to our friends at the Cambridge Dictionary, logistics is “the careful organization of a complicated military, business, or other activity so that it happens in a successful and effective way.” But to a high school student with supply chain interest, what does this mean? How does that vague notion become a career? Logistics, as with many industries, faces a shortage of skilled workers. In response, the Indiana Logistics Summit,

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an annual conference featuring national leaders looking at logistics in all types of industries, created “Logistics U” for Indiana high school students. Logistics U gives students with an interest in logistics a chance to interact with top professionals to learn about the industry as well as logistics-related college degrees, internships, scholarship opportunities and logistics careers. Participating colleges and universities provide representatives to not only

answer student questions about logistics courses and degrees available, but also engage them in hands-on activities designed to stimulate their interest in the field. In addition, students interact with logistics employers and Summit presenters. Since Logistics U began in 2012, 18 high schools from around the state have participated. For more information on the Indiana Logistics Summit and Logistics U, visit www.indianalogistics.com.


‘Barging’ into Logistics:

For kids of ALL ages!

Teaching Kids about the Importance of our Waterways Even for people who see the Ohio River every day, it can be difficult to grasp how important this waterway is to our lives. Simply put, much of its economic power is out of sight and out of mind. But the Ports of Indiana is partnering with the non-profit organization, RiverWorks Discovery, to help educate young people about the critical role that rivers play in our lives and the importance of protecting these environmental and economic resources for future generations. Ports of Indiana, a statewide port authority managing two ports on the Ohio River and

one on Lake Michigan, has partnered with RiverWorks Discovery for several years to bring the organization’s national river educational outreach program to the Hoosier state. This has included hosting special interactive exhibits at community events around the state to share the story of Indiana’s waterways and show how rivers contribute to the general welfare of the state. Kids can learn more about the importance of water transportation in Indiana at these annual community events: Indianapolis 500 Festival Kids Day (May 14, 2016) and Mount Vernon River Days (Sept. 9-11, 2016).

Parents and teachers can also learn about educational activities that teach young people about ships, tugboats, ports and river activities at www.portsofindiana.com and www. riverworksdiscovery.org. Activities include a patch program to encourage parents and teachers to take kids on field trips to rivers as well as a high school science curriculum to help students understand waterborne shipping and ports. Below is a barge race game designed to help children ages 5-10 better understand river transportation.

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David J. Moore, Regional Vice President dmoore@cmiets.com 255 S. Post Road Indianapolis, IN 46219 commercial-works.com P: 317-895-9202; F: 317-890-6020

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Trucking - Specialized A&R Logistics

Gary Parker, Terminal Manager gparker@artransport.com 4800 Keystone Blvd. Jeffersonville, IN 47130 artransport.com P: 812-284-4493; F: 812-284-5455

Rob Woodruff, General Manager rwoodruff@guardianrelocation.com 2710 Independence This sectionDrive is divided Fort Wayne, IN 46808 P: 260-484-3149; F: 260-483-6292

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Jim Djuric, President 4805 S. Sheffield Ave. Hammond, IN 46237 djurictrucking.com P: 219-933-1090; F: 219-933-1093

•Trucking of bulk materials, stevedore

•200,000 sq. ft.+ warehouse space in N. Indiana, Indianapolis & Chicago; subassembly, kitting, pick/pack, transloading, 65 trucks; intermodal, flatbed, specialized, Hazmat, dry van, refrigeration

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Mark Grantz, Transportation FedEx Ground Coordinator Freight Services 5153 Maritime Road m.grantz@bagshawtrucking.com Jeffersonville, IN 47130 13110 Blue Lick Road fedex.com Memphis, IN 47143 Education/Workforce P: 812-218-0781 bagshawtrucking.com P: 812-294-4060; F: 812-246-0280

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Jet Star Inc. infrastructure As “The Crossroads of America,” Indiana has a world-class Darryl Guiducci, CEO system consisting of eight interstates, 41 railroads, two navigable dguiducci@jetstarinc.com 10825 Andrade Drive waterways and 405 airports. The imprint of the logistics industry on the Accuride Corp. Zionsville, IN 46077 Don Ray Drive-A-Way Co. Inc. Brett Roache, Corporate Logistics state’s economy is signifi cant when considering how many businesses it jetstarinc.com Louise Ray, President Manager P: 317-873-4222; F: 317-873-4361 contactus@drdaway.com touches ranging from supply-chain managers to warehouse/distribution broache@accuridecorp.com •Transports jet fuel, aviation gas, diesel, P.O. Box 246 7140 Office Circle gasoline, ethanol & lube oil to multimodal transportation specialists to economic development Decatur, IN 46733 Evansville, IN 47715 drdaway.com accuridecorp.com officials. The competitiveness of Indiana’s logisticsJet industry Transit Inc. is dependent P: 260-728-2400; F: 260-724-2026 P: 812-962-5100 Curt Petry, Transit •Motor home delivery upon four key factors: location, infrastructure, education andManager workforce. •Commercial vehicle component cpetry@jasperengines.com manufacturer 815 Wernsing Road The businesses listed inElmer thisBuchta directory are partners in the growth and Trucking Jasper, IN 47546 Tom Bennett, Vice President Atlas Van Lines Agent Imlach competitiveness of Indiana’s logistics industry. jasperengines.com •Bulk plastic transport, plastic packaging & warehousing

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1202 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 fedex.com Services P: 812-288-2915

Osceola, IN 46561 mamotransportation.com P: 888-668-6885; F: 877-727-5814 •Drive-away commercial truck delivery

MD Logistics Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900

indbtttrk@bttinc.com •Supply chain management, packaging & 310 Transfer Road kitting, freight management Indianapolis, IN 46214 G-Diamond by Transport Inc. Each category is distinguished a specifi c page coloring. Within the bttinc.com Randy Graybill, President Metals USA, that Ohio River Metal willMiddlebury also find various sub-groups have been P:featured 317-209-2700;categories, F: 317-209-2710 you 2500 St., Ste. 2 Services •Custom bonded, common/contract carrier, Elkhart, IN provided 46516 added based upon information by the listed businesses. Marty Finerty, Plant Manager container yard, drayage, full container load, gdiamondinc.com mfinerty@metalsusa.com intermodal freight system, ISO certified P: 574-293-7858; F: 574-293-9085 5150 Loop Road

home, recreational vehicle and boat Jeffersonville, IN 4713094 to 97 An alphabetic listing of •Mobile each company is featured on pages transportation metalsusa.com identifying all pages on which these companies appear. P: 812-282-4770; F: 812-282-5873 Bulk Transport Corp.

Dave Merkel, General Manager dmerkel@bibtc.com 720 W. U.S. Highway 20 Michigan City, IN 46360 P: 219-787-8602; F: 219-787-9316 •Heavy equipment rental

Bulkmatic Transport Co. Larry Smith, Senior Vice President, Sales lsmith@bulkmatic.com 2001 N. Cline Ave. Griffith, IN 46319 bulkmatic.com P: 219-972-7630; F: 219-972-7655 •Trucking, specialized equipment, Including liquid, dry & self-loading vacuum units

CCC Freightlines Inc. Charles L. Mong III, President 6335 English Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46219 P: 317-353-8344; F: 317-351-2213

Grammer Industries Inc.

Charles (Shorty) Whittington, President 18375 E. 345 S. Grammer, IN 47236 grammerindustries.com P: 800-333-7410; F: 812-579-5643

Haas Carriage Greg Kight, General Manager gkight@haascarriageinc.com 625 W. Utica St. Sellersburg, IN 47172 haascarriageinc.com P: 812-246-5425; F: 812-248-2477

Huebner & Son Trucking Inc. Roger J. Huebner, President rhuebner@huebnertrucking.com 766 Hyrock Blvd. Boonville, IN 47601 huebnertrucking.com P: 812-897-1454; F: 812-897-0010

•Metals processor, distributor, stevedoring

Midwest Transport Inc. Dale Detro, agordon@mwtransport.com 616 E. Franklin Greencastle, IN 46135 mwtransport.com P: 618-544-3399

P & C Trucking Norman L. Brown, General Manager nbrown@pandctrucking.com 4410 S. Ross Road Gary, IN 46408 pandctrucking.com P: 219-972-0193; F: 219-972-0208 •Dump, flatbed, low-boy

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TRANSPORTATION Indiana has access to 1,188 miles of interstate, 4,075 miles of rail, 405 airports and over 400 miles of navigable waterways on the Ohio River and Lake Michigan. Some of Indiana’s top national rankings include: • Aviation: 2nd largest FedEx Express airline hub in the world • Marine: 6th in U.S. domestic waterborne traffic • Trucking: 1st in pass-through interstates • Rail: 3rd in number of freight railroads

Air Carriers

Frontier/Midwest Connect Airline Cargo

Airports

American Airlines Cargo

Anderson Municipal Airport

7899 South Service Road, Ste. A Indianapolis, IN 46241 aacargo.com P: 800-777-6930; 317-248-3186

7899 S. Service Road, Ste. G Indianapolis, IN 46241 frontierairlines.com P: 800-394-2158, 317-248-3868 F: 317-247-7695

American Airlines Inc.

Quantem Aviation Services

Cargolux Airlines International S.A. Edward Moraitis, Operations Manager emoraitis@cargolux.com IMC Gate 25, 2745 S. Hoffman Road Indianapolis, IN 46241 cargolux.com P: 317-243-9149; F: 317-243-9179

Continental Cargo 7899 S. Service Road, Ste. G Indianapolis, IN 46241 cocargo.com P: 317-241-2006, 800-421-2456 F: 317-241-2048

Delta Airlines Cargo

Andrea Greathouse, General Manager agreathouse@qasllc.aero 7899 South Service Road, Ste. G Indianapolis, IN 46241 quantemaviation.com P: 317-247-3663; F: 317-247-3654

TOC Logistics International LLC Greg Scheevel, Director of Global Development sales@toclogistics.com 2601 Fortune Circle East Drive, Ste. 201B Indianapolis, IN 46241 toclogistics.com P: 317-759-2130; F: 317-329-6465

Brazil-Clay Co. Municipal Airport P.O. Box 1 Knightsville, IN 47857 P: 812-443-0018

Chicago O’Hare International Airport aviation@ohare.com 10000 W. O’Hare; P.O. Box 66142 Chicago, IN 60666 ohare.com P: 800-832-6352; F: 773-686-3573

Clark Regional Airport

MBE, program-based transportation and supply chain management, global supplier optimization and consolidation, spend management

6003 Propeller Lane Sellersburg, IN 47172 clarkregionalairport.com P: 812-246-7460; F: 812-749-0718

Universal

Columbus Municipal Airport

7899 S. Service Road, Ste. G Indianapolis, IN 46241 deltacargo.com P: 800-352-2746, 317-247-7692 F: 317-247-7695

Joe Goryl, Vice President jgoryl@goutsi.com 12755 E. 9 Mile Road Warren, MI 48089 goutsi.com P: 586-920-0100

Brian Payne, Airport Director bpayne@columbus.in.gov 4770 Ray Boll Blvd. Columbus, IN 47203 columbus.in.gov/airport P: 812-376-2519; F: 812-348-1320

Delta Global Services

UPS Air Cargo

Elkhart Municipal Airport

james.grabill@delta.com 7801 Bussing Drive Evansville, IN 47725 dalgs.com P: 812-423-4624

1400 Hurstbourne Parkway Louisville, KY 40223 ups.com/aircargo P: 502-329-3000

Scheduled passenger air transportation

UPS international air hub located in Louisville 25 minutes from the Port of Indiana

FedEx Express

UPS Express Critical

6311 Airway Drive Indianapolis, IN 46241 fedex.com P: 800-463-3339

Joseph Beilner, Region Sales Manager beilner.joe@ups.com 500 Busse Highway Elk Grove Village, IL 60007 upsexpresscritical.com P: 630-274-1806 Expediting, next flight out, hot shot surface movements, hand carry, international, charters, secured products and KVan

Andy Jones, Airport Manager andy.jones@coei.org 1211 County Road 6 W. Elkhart, IN 46516 elkhartindiana.org P: 574-264-5217; F: 574-264-0915

Evansville Vanderburgh Airport Authority Douglas P. Joest, Airport Manager doug@evvairport.com 7801 Bussing Drive Evansville, IN 47725 flyevv.com P: 812-421-4401; F: 812-421-4412

Scott Hinderman, Executive Director of Airports hinderman@fwairport.com 3801 W. Ferguson Road, Ste. 209 Fort Wayne, IN 46809 fwairport.com P: 260-747-4146; F: 260-747-1762

French Lick Municipal Airport Zachary D. Brown, Airport Manager manager@frenchlickairport.com 9764 W. 375 S. French Lick, IN 47432 frenchlickairport.com P: 812-936-2222; F: 812-936-3134

Gary/Chicago International Airport Daniel Vicari, Executive Director dan@gciairport.com 6001 Airport Road Gary, IN 46406 garychicagoairport.com P: 219-949-9722; F: 219-949-0573

Greenwood Municipal Airport Lori Curless, Manager curlessl@greenwood.in.gov 897 Airport Parkway Greenwood, IN 46143 greenwood.in.gov/airport P: 317-881-0887; F: 317-865-2771

Huntingburg Airport Travis McQueen, Airport Manager 2495 W. 900 S. Huntingburg, IN 47542 huntingburgairport.com P: 812-683-5454; F: 812-683-2548 All general aviation needs

Huntingburg Airport Technology Park Travis McQueen, Airport Manager 2495 W. 900 S. Huntingburg, IN 47542 huntingburgairport.com P: 812-683-5454; F: 812-683-2548 All general aviation needs

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7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive Indianapolis, IN 46241 aa.com P: 800-433-7300

John Coon, Manager jcoon@cityofanderson.com 282 Airport Road Anderson, IN 46017 cityofanderson.com P: 765-648-6293; F: 765-648-6294

Fort Wayne International Airport

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Chicago Aviation Department

Panther Expedited Services

Steve Gray, Manager steven.gray@huntington.in.us 1365 Warren Road Huntington, IN 46750 huntington.in.us P: 260-356-8515; F: 260-356-9200

Aviation@FlyChicago.com 5700 S. Cicero Chicago, IL 60638 flychicago.com P: 773-838-0600

P.O. Box 66142 Chicago, IL 60666 chicagoairports.com P: 773-686-3700; F: 773-686-3573

Indianapolis International Airport

Nappanee Municipal Airport John M. Graber, Manager 24751 U.S. 6 E. Nappanee, IN 46550 nappanee.org P: 574-773-4707

Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority

Shad Tidler, Account Executive stidler@pantherexpedite.com 4940 Panther Parkway Seville, OH 44273 pantherexpedite.com P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Dexter Salenda, Manager of Business Development dsalenda@indianapolisairport.com 7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive, Ste. 100 Indianapolis, IN 46241 indianapolisairport.com P: 317-487-5285; F: 317-487-5034 Available airside facilities, up to 120,000 s.f., including temperature controlled

Indianapolis Regional Airport Mike Medvescek, Senior Director of Operations mmedvescek@indianapolisairport.com 7800 Aviation Way Greenfield, IN 46140 indianapolisairport.com P: 317-487-5024 Chuck Classen, Airport Manager airport50i@embarqmail.com 2291 W. 1635 S. Kentland, IN 47951 P: 815-383-2634; F: 219-474-9081 24/7 access to fuel and terminal, computer weather, pilot lounge, restrooms, soft drinks and water

Louisville Regional Airport Authority Skip Miller, Executive Director P.O. Box 9129 Louisville, KY 40209 flylouisville.com P: 502-368-6524; F: 502-367-0199

Michigan City Municipal Airport Jessica Ward, Airport Manager mgcairport@emichigancity.com 1300 N. State Road 212 Michigan City, IN 46360 mgcairport.com P: 219-872-0121; F: 219-872-0121

AVIATION

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Plymouth Municipal Airport Dave Lattimer, Manager, C65 airport@plymouthin.com 301 Airport Road Plymouth, IN 46563 plymouthin.com P: 574-935-5152; F: 574-935-5152 Sale of 100LL and Jet A aircraft fuels

Porter County Regional Airport Kyle Kuebler, Airport Director vpz@vpz.org 4101 Murvihill Road Valparaiso, IN 46383 vpz.org P: 219-462-6508; F: 219-462-2913

South Bend International Airport Mike Daigle, Executive Director mdaigle@sbnair.com 4477 Progress Drive South Bend, IN 46628 flysbn.com P: 574-282-4590; F: 574-239-2585

Aviation Services Terre Haute International Airport Hulman Field Darrel Zeck, Director of Operations and Development dzeck@huf.com 581 S. Airport St. Terre Haute, IN 47803 huf.com P: 812-877-2524; F: 812-877-3853

Airport management

Scott Hinderman, Executive Director of Airports hinderman@fwairport.com 3801 W. Ferguson Road, Ste. 209 Fort Wayne, IN 46809 fwairport.com P: 260-747-4146; F: 260-747-1762

Indianapolis Airport Authority Dexter Salenda, Manager of Business Development dsalenda@indianapolisairport.com 7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive, Ste. 100 Indianapolis, IN 46241 indianapolisairport.com P: 317-487-5285; F: 317-487-5034

Miller Aviation Josh Walker, Owner/Operator milleraviation@comcast.net 661 W. 100 N. Portland, IN 47371 miller-aviation.com P: 260-726-4901; F: 260-726-3591 135 on demand charter operator

Montgomery Aviation Dan Montgomery, President/Owner dan@montgomeryaviation.net 11329 E. State Road 32 Zionsville, IN 46077 montgomeryaviation.net P: 317-769-4487; F: 317-769-3207 Indianapolis executive airport

Muncie Aviation Co. Martin Ingram, President martin@muncieaviation.com 5201 N. Walnut St. Muncie, IN 47303 muncieaviation.com P: 765-289-7141; F: 765-289-7142 Avionics & parts sales, fuel sales, aircraft sales & service

Expedited ground and air services

Rhoades Air Center Inc. Jack Rhoades, Owner & President jddavis@rhoadesaircenter.com 4770 Ray Boll Blvd. Columbus, IN 47203 rhoadesaircenter.com P: 812-372-1819; F: 812-378-2708 Provides all aviation-related services: aircraft charter, sales, maintenance, rental, flight instruction, fuel, storage & management

Signature Flight Support Corp. Phillip S. Kerr, General Manager ind@signatureflight.com 6390 Turner Drive Indianapolis, IN 46241 signatureflight.com P: 317-248-4900; F: 317-248-4924

Spot Freight Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357 TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Tom Wood Aviation Tom McCord, General Manager & Aircraft Sales tom.mccord@tomwoodaviation.com 9913 Willow View Road Fishers, IN 46038 tomwoodaviation.com P: 888-587-9146; F: 317-849-0912 Aviation charter management, repair, avionics


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Barge Services/Towing American Commercial Barge Line Dave Miller, Director, Marketing - Steel, Bulk and Non-Bulk dave.miller@bargeacbl.com 1701 E. Market St. Jeffersonville, IN 47130 bargeacbl.com P: 812-288-0306 Barge lines, transfer dock, towing

CGB Marine Matt Akins 2601 River Rd. Louisville, KY 40206 P: 812-288-0488

Kindra Lake Towing

McKeil Marine

John Kindra, President jkindra@kindralake.com 9864 S. Avenue N. Chicago, IL 60617 kindralake.com P: 773-721-1180; F: 773-721-4138

info@mckeil.com 208 Hillyard St. Hamilton, Ontario L8L 6B6 Canada mckeil.com P: 905-528-4141; F: 905-528-6144

TPG Mount Vernon Marine, Jeffersonville Barge Service

Towing-marine

Towing, salvage, sectional barge chartering, project management, engineering & design

Charles Latham, II, General Manager c.latham@mvbsjeff.com 5804 Utica Pike Utica, IN 47130 mvbsjeff.com P: 812-725-8295; F: 812-725-8297

Lower Lakes Towing Ltd.

The Great Lakes Towing Company

Towing, fleeting, barge cleaning/repair, stevedoring

517 Main St.; P.O. Box 1149 Port Dover, Ontario NOA 1NO Canada lowerlakes.com P: 519-583-0982; F: 519-583-1946 Bulk cargo transportation - ITB units and self-unloaders

Joseph P. Starck, Jr., President jps@thegreatlakesgroup.com 4500 Division Ave. Cleveland, OH 44102 thegreatlakesgroup.com P: 216-621-4854; F: 216-621-7616 Tugboat, towing, barge services, shipyard services, shipyard new construction and repair services

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TPG Mount Vernon Marine, Mount Vernon Barge Service Wayne McDonald, General Manager w.mcdonald@mvbarge.com P.O. Box 607 Mount Vernon, IN 47620 mvbarge.com P: 812-838-4889 Towing, fleeting, barge cleaning/repair, stevedoring

TRANSPORTATION

MARINE

Marine Services American Commercial Barge Line

Barge lines, transfer dock, towing

Central Marine Logistics Inc.

Evansville Marine Service Inc. Robert R. Aldrich, President & Owner boba@ems-harbors.com P.O. Box 6048 Evansville, IN 47719 ems-harbors.com P: 812-424-9278

Great Lakes Inspection

Merging Leaders Means Greater Value on the Water. Just as the Missouri and Ohio Rivers flow together to form the mighty Mississippi, two leaders in inland barge transportation have joined to form the largest and most diversified carrier of dry and liquid cargoes on the inland waterways. With the recent acquisition of AEP River Operations, American Commercial Barge Line (ACBL) now operates the industryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s largest and newest fleet on an expanded operating network with an even greater team of the most experienced and highly skilled mariners and maritime professionals, making us more reliable, accessible, efficient and responsive than ever before.

Robert L. Sinnokrak, Marine Surveyor grtlksinsp@g-lakes.com P.O. Box 1517 Homewood, IL 60430 P: 219-972-7901, 773-721-5535 F: 773-721-5315, 219-972-7905 Marine survey services

Lower Lakes Towing Ltd. 517 Main St.; P.O. Box 1149 Port Dover, Ontario NOA 1NO Canada lowerlakes.com P: 519-583-0982; F: 519-583-1946 Bulk cargo transportation - ITB units and self-unloaders

Learn more about how ACBL is delivering greater value on the water by calling 1-812-288-0100 or visiting www.BargeACBL.com.

Delivering Greater Value on the Water.

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Barge Services/Towing | Marine Services

ops@centralmarine.us 445 N. Broad St. Griffith, IN 46319 centralmarinelogistics.com P: 219-922-2602; F: 219-922-2715

MARINE

Dave Miller, Director, Marketing - Steel, Bulk and Non-Bulk dave.miller@bargeacbl.com 1701 E. Market St. Jeffersonville, IN 47130 bargeacbl.com P: 812-288-0306


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2016 Indiana Logistics Director y Riverlands Marine Surveyors Greg Weeter, President & Principal Surveyor office@riverlandsmarine.com 935 Riverside Drive Louisville, KY 40207 riverlandsmarine.com P: 502-897-9900; F: 502-897-9910 Survey cargoes, containers & commercial vessels

Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corp. marketing@seaway.ca 180 Andrews St. Massena, NY 13662 greatlakes-seaway.com P: 315-764-3200; F: 315-764-3235 Operations headquarters

TPG Mount Vernon Marine, Jeffersonville Barge Service Charles Latham, II, General Manager c.latham@mvbsjeff.com 5804 Utica Pike Utica, IN 47130 mvbsjeff.com P: 812-725-8295; F: 812-725-8297 Towing, fleeting, barge cleaning/repair, stevedoring

TPG Mount Vernon Marine, Mount Vernon Barge Service Wayne McDonald, General Manager w.mcdonald@mvbarge.com P.O. Box 607 Mount Vernon, IN 47620 mvbarge.com P: 812-838-4889 Towing, fleeting, barge cleaning/repair, stevedoring

Port Facilities/Terminals Perry County Port Authority Alvin C. Evans, President & CEO alvin@pcrailport.net 926 S. Boundary St.; P.O. Box 423 Tell City, IN 47586 pcrailport.com P: 812-547-3586; F: 812-547-6266

MARINE Category

Marine Services | Port Facilities/Terminals

AVIATION

Summit Terminal

Scott Stewart, Port Director sstewart@portsofindiana.com 1402 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 portsofindiana.com P: 812-283-9662; F: 812-282-7505

Kevin Rayburn, Director of Business Development krayburn@summitterminal.com 2932 E. State Road 66 Rockport, IN 47635 summitterminal.com P: 812-649-8980; F: 812-649-2302

Port authority, FTZ, industrial sites, stevedoring, storage, terminal operators, warehousing, development financing, grain elevator, steel processing, 28 port companies

Port of Indiana-Mount Vernon Phil Wilzbacher, Port Director pwilzbacher@portsofindiana.com 2751 Bluff Road Mount Vernon, IN 47620 portsofindiana.com P: 812-838-4382; F: 812-838-4377

Logistics and development

Port authority, FTZ, industrial sites, stevedoring, storage, terminal operators, warehousing, development financing, grain elevator, coal terminal, 12 port companies

Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor

Ports of Indiana

Rick Heimann, Port Director rheimann@portsofindiana.com 6625 S. Boundary Road Portage, IN 46368 portsofindiana.com P: 219-787-8636; F: 219-787-8842 Port authority, FTZ, industrial sites, stevedoring, storage, terminal operators, warehousing, development financing, grain elevator, steel processing, 29 port companies

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Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville

Rich Cooper, CEO info@portsofindiana.com 150 Market St., Ste. 100 Indianapolis, IN 46204 portsofindiana.com P: 800-232-PORT; F: 317-232-0137 Port authority, 3 ports, FTZ, industrial sites, stevedoring, storage, terminal operators, warehousing, development financing, intermodal planning, steel processing, grain elevators, coal terminal, more than 65 port companies

Tell City River Port - Perry County Port Authority Alvin C. Evans, President & CEO alvin@pcrailport.net 926 S. Boundary St.; P.O. Box 423 Tell City, IN 47586 pcrailport.com P: 812-547-3586; F: 812-547-6266 Ohio River port, rail access, warehousing, storage


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Cargill Inc. Ryan McCoy, Plant Manager ryan_mccoy@cargill.com 6640 Ship Drive Portage, IN 46368 cargill.com P: 219-787-9461; F: 219-787-9461 Grain handling & agricultural products

Consolidated Grain & Barge Co. Scott Perkins, Facility Manager scott.perkins@cgb.com 210 George St. Aurora, IN 47001 cgb.com P: 812-926-0740; F: 812-926-4810 Stevedore, logistics services

Consolidated Grain & Barge Co. Dean Jackson, Terminal Manager dean.jackson@cgb.com 2701 Bluff Road Mount Vernon, IN 47620 cgb.com P: 812-838-6651 Terminal operators

Consolidated Grain & Barge Co.

Lakes & Rivers Transfer (A Division of Jack Gray Transport) Patrick McKinney, Manager 115 Steel Drive Portage, IN 46368 jackgray.com P: 219-787-9280; F: 219-787-8511 Stevedoring, trucking of bulk materials

Metals USA, Ohio River Metal Services Marty Finerty, Plant Manager mfinerty@metalsusa.com 5150 Loop Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 metalsusa.com P: 812-282-4770; F: 812-282-5873 Metals processor, distributor, stevedoring

Tanco Clark Maritime Kim Moran, Terminal Manager kmoran@wolflakeinc.com 5144 Utica Pike Jeffersonville, IN 47130 wolflakeinc.com P: 812-280-7300; F: 812-280-7043 Liquid storage, blending & handling

Terminal operators

Tanco Terminals Inc. Ken Long, General Manager ken@wolflakeinc.com P.O. Box 565 Hammond, IN 46325 wolflakeinc.com P: 219-937-4300; F: 219-937-0090 Liquid storage, blending & handling

TPG Mount Vernon Marine, Mount Vernon Barge Service Wayne McDonald, General Manager w.mcdonald@mvbarge.com P.O. Box 607 Mount Vernon, IN 47620 mvbarge.com P: 812-838-4889 Towing, fleeting, barge cleaning/repair, stevedoring

TPG Mount Vernon Marine, Jeffersonville Barge Service Charles Latham, II, General Manager c.latham@mvbsjeff.com 5804 Utica Pike Utica, IN 47130 mvbsjeff.com P: 812-725-8295; F: 812-725-8297 Towing, fleeting, barge cleaning/repair, stevedoring

WATCO Terminals & Port Services Brad Seese, Manager bseese@watcocompanies.com 5146 Loop Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 www.watcocompanies.com P: 812-282-4938

Stevedores

CARING FOR YOUR CARGO FOR 50 YEARS

Albany, NY Burns Harbor, IN

Cleveland, OH Eastport, ME

Hamilton, ON Lake Charles, LA

Milwaukee,WI Port Manatee, FL

MARINE

Mike Hucker, Facility Manager mike.hucker@cgb.com 5100 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 cgb.com P: 812-283-9500

Brian LaRue, General Manager 415 Salmon Drive Portage, IN 46368 fmtcargo.com P: 219-787-1017; F: 219-787-0003

TRANSPORTATION

Stevedores

Federal Marine Terminals Inc.

Tampa, FL Thorold, ON

fmtcargo.com | 704.714.4644

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TRANSPORTATION

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RAIL Rail Services/Railroads Backhaul Direct LLC Nicholas J. Hoagland, COO nhoag@backhauldirect.com 1 Virginia Ave., Ste. 400 Indianapolis, IN 46204 backhauldirect.com P: 317-974-9125; F: 317-974-9126 Produce, refrigerated, dry van, flat bed brokerage, 4PL solutions

Brunk LLC 803 Logan St. Goshen, IN 46528 brunk-ajp.com P: 800-227-4156; F: 574-533-0614

C.H. Robinson - Evansville Branch Thomas Burkhardt, General Manager thomas.burkhardt@chrobinson.com 5155 Rosebud Lane Newburgh, IN 47630 chrobinson.com P: 812-842-0000; F: 812-842-0001 Rail services; trucking - bulk haul, flat bed, heavy haul, LTL, truckload, refrigerated, specialized, regional, national; trucking services; freight forwarders; heavy lift/ haulage; intermodal services; steamship lines/agents; 3PL; distribution centers

Rail Services/Railroads

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Central Railroad of Indiana

CSX Transportation

Gary Railway Co.

Doug Ernstes, Director of Sales & Marketing doug.ernstes@gwrr.com 3010 E. Pontiac St. Fort Wayne, IN 46803 railamerica.com P: 513-317-2474; F: 260-422-9121

Adam Hess Industrial Development Manager 31 E. Georgia St., Ste. 300 Indianapolis, IN 46204 csx.com P: 317-267-4981; F: 317-267-4154

Matt Cronch, Manager, Safety & Administration macronch@uss.com 1 N. Buchanan St. Gary, IN 46402 tstarinc.com/grw P: 219-888-7913; F: 219-888-7935

Central Railroad of Indianapolis Amanda Rice, Marketing Manager 202 W. Illinois St. Petersburg, IN 47567 gwrr.com P: 812-582-3957; F: 217-685-1090

Chesapeake & Indiana Railroad Co. 916 Vine St. Connersville, IN 47331 P: 765-825-0316

Chicago Fort Wayne & Eastern Doug Ernstes, Senior Director, Sales & Marketing doug.ernstes@gwrr.com 3010 E. Pontiac St. Fort Wayne, IN 46803 railamerica.com P: 513-317-2474; F: 260-422-9121

Chicago South Shore & South Bend Railroad Todd Bjornstad, President 505 N. Carroll Ave. Michigan City, IN 46360 2:36 PM Page 1 southshorefreight.com P: 219-874-9000; F: 219-879-3754

Elkhart and Western Railroad Co. (a subsidiary of Pioneer Railcorp.)

Genesee & Wyoming Railroad Services Inc.

Nathan Johns, Marketing Manager njohns@pioneer-railcorp.com 1318 S. Johanson Road Peoria, IL 61607 pioneer-railcorp.com P: 309-697-1400; F: 309-697-1677

Peter Boyle, Director of Industrial Development, Midwest and Ohio Valley Regions peter.boyle@gwrr.com 6516 Henry Farms Road Roanoke, VA 24018 gwrr.com P: 540-989-7557

Contract switching, railcar storage, storage in transit

Evansville Western Railway Robert Buchanan, Vice President & General Manager rabuchanan@evwr.com 818 W. 2nd St. Mount Vernon, IN 47620 evwr.com P: 866-812-3897

Hoosier Heritage Port Authority

Exegistics

Hoosier Southern Railroad - Perry County Port Authority

Rhonda Klopfenstein, Executive Director rhondask@frontier.com 33 N. Ninth St., Ste. 215 Noblesville, IN 46060 P: 317-776-8268

Stephen Olds, President stephen.olds@exegistics.com 1101 W. Industrial Drive North Vernon, IN 47265 exegistics.com P: 847-353-3810; F: 888-703-5510 Distribution, value-added services, packaging, operational staffing, inbound/outbound rail operations

Kevin Teague, Operations Manager kevin@pcrailport.com 926 S. Boundary St.; P.O. Box 423 Tell City, IN 47586 pcrailport.com P: 812-547-3586; F: 812-547-6266 Ohio River port, warehousing, storage

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Indiana Rail Road Co. Bob Babcock, Senior Vice President of Operations and Business Development 8888 Keystone Crossing, Ste. 1600 Indianapolis, IN 46240 inrd.com P: 317-262-5140; F: 317-262-3310 Terminals, warehousing & distributions

Indiana Railroad Transportation Group sectrea@irtg.org P.O. Box 456 Lapel, IN 46051 irtg.org P: 765-534-3398; F: 765-534-3399

Kendallville Terminal Railway Co. (a subsidiary of Pioneer Railcorp.) Nathan Johns, Marketing Manager njohns@pioneer-railcorp.com 1318 S. Johanson Road Peoria, IL 61607 pioneer-railcorp.com P: 309-697-1400; F: 309-697-1677 Contract switching, railcar storage, storage in transit

Louisville & Indiana Railroad John Goldman, President lircinfo@anacostia.com 500 Willinger Lane Jeffersonville, IN 47130 anacostia.com P: 812-288-0940; F: 812-288-4977

Lake Michigan and Indiana Railroad James Lankford, Manager james.lankford@arcelormittal.com 250 W. U.S. 12 Burns Harbor, IN 46304 arcelormittal.com P: 219-787-7988; F: 219-787-7994

Railing network

Indiana Southern Railroad

LITX Terminals Resources John Licht, General Manager litxrailterminals@gmail.com 1021 Madison Ave. Beaver Dam, KY 42320 westernbluegrassterminalrr.com P: 270-274-0454; F: 270-274-0454 Railroad holding corporation

Cathy Hale, CEO chale@madisonrailroad.com 1121 W. JPG Woodfill Road, Bldg. 216 Madison, IN 47250 madisonrailroad.com P: 812-273-4248; F: 812-265-5251

MG Rail

Chuck Long, Manager 5130 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 P: 812-218-1337 F: 812-218-1311 www.ctlconline.com Onsite railroad providing 24-hour rail switching for Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville

Norfolk Southern Corp. Dayne Tate, Industrial Development Manager detate@nscorp.com 9229 Delegates Row, Ste. 260 Indianapolis, IN 46240 nscorp.com P: 317-819-7672; F: 404-653-3441 Rail services including comprehensive logistics & an extensive intermodal network

Norfolk Southern Corp. BH Stanley, Asst. Term. Supt. bhstanley@nscorp.com 2600 W. Lusher Ave.; P.O. Box 1666 Elkhart, IN 46517 nscorp.com P: 574-296-2271; F: 574-296-2260 Rail services including comprehensive logistics & an extensive intermodal network

Rail Safe Training John Light, Director of Marketing johnlight.railsafetraining@gmail.com 1021 Madison Ave. Beaver Dam, KY 42320 railsafetraining.com P: 270-274-0454; F: 270-775-7071 Railway safety training

Spot Freight Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357 TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Squaw Creek Southern Railroad Jerry Strange, Office Manager rrcx@shawnweelink.net P.O. Box 303 Boonville, IN 47601 respondekrailroad.com P: 812-858-6920; F: 812-858-6921

Toledo, Peoria & Western Railway Zach Boehme, Marketing Manager Zachary.boehme@gwrr.com 4440 Ash Grove Dr., Ste. A Springfield, IL 62711 gwrr.com P: 217-685-1090

RAIL

Amanda Rice, Marketing Manager 202 W. Illinois St. Petersburg, IN 47567 gwrr.com P: 812-582-3957

Madison Railroad

TRANSPORTATION

Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad

Winamac Southern Railway Co. Brad Ortman bortman@kokomograin.com c/o Kokomo Grain, P.O. Box 745 Kokomo, IN 46903 P: 765-457-7536; F: 765-456-1207

Rail Services/Railroads

Serving Indiana Indiana Southern Railroad, LLC (ISRR) operates 196 miles between Indianapolis and Evansville, Indiana. www.gwrr.com/isrr Central Railroad Company of Indianapolis (CERA) operates 39 miles of rail line in North Central Indiana. www.gwrr.com/cera ISRR/CERA Marketing Manager Amanda Rice 202 W. Illinois St., Petersburg, Indiana 812-282-3957 amanda.rice@gwrr.com

Toledo, Peoria & Western Railway Corp. (TPW)

operates from Mapleton, Illinois, through Peoria, Illinois, and on to Logansport, Indiana. www.gwrr.com/tpw TPW Marketing Manager Zach Boehme 4440 Ash Grove Dr., Springfield, Illinois 217-685-1090 zachary.boehme@gwrr.com 45


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TRANSPORTATION

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TRUCKING Trucking - Bulk Haul A&R Logistics Gary Parker, Terminal Manager gparker@artransport.com 4800 Keystone Blvd. Jeffersonville, IN 47130 artransport.com P: 812-284-4493; F: 812-284-5455 Bulk plastic transport, plastic packaging & warehousing

AJP LLC 803 Logan St. Goshen, IN 46528 brunk-ajp.com P: 800-227-4156; F: 574-533-0614

Bagshaw Trucking Inc. Mark Grantz, Transportation Coordinator m.grantz@bagshawtrucking.com 13110 Blue Lick Road Memphis, IN 47143 bagshawtrucking.com P: 812-294-4060; F: 812-246-0280 Heavy equipment hauling, dump truck hauling

C.H. Robinson - Evansville Branch Thomas Burkhardt, General Manager thomas.burkhardt@chrobinson.com 5155 Rosebud Lane Newburgh, IN 47630 chrobinson.com P: 812-842-0000; F: 812-842-0001 Rail services; trucking - bulk haul, flat bed, heavy haul, LTL, truckload, refrigerated, specialized, regional, national; trucking services; freight forwarders; heavy lift/ haulage; intermodal services; steamship lines/agents; 3PL; distribution centers

Bulk Haul | Flatbed

Foodliner Quest info@foodliner.com 2525 S. 30th Lafayette, IN 47909 foodliner.com P: 765-477-6978 Trucking, food product transportation in dry & liquid bulk

Jack Gray Transport Inc. Danette Garza, Chief Executive Officer dgarza@jackgray.com 4600 E. 15th Ave. Gary, IN 46403 jackgray.com P: 219-938-7020; F: 219-938-6866 Trucking of bulk materials, stevedore

Liquid Transport Corp. Keith Lewis, President & COO 8470 Allison Pointe Blvd., Ste. 400 Indianapolis, IN 46250 liquidtransport.com P: 317-841-4200; F: 317-841-8259

Shelby Trucking Inc. Mary Kern, President joekern56@aol.com 2113 State Road 60 W. Mitchell, IN 47446 P: 812-849-6346; F: 812-849-6501

Spot Freight Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357 TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

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Strasburger Trucking Inc.

Green Lines Transportation Inc.

Panther Expedited Services

Howard Strasburger, Vice President P.O. Box 26 Earl Park, IN 47942 strasburgertrucking.com P: 219-474-6162; F: 219-474-6131

402 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 greenlines.net P: 812-280-7543

Shad Tidler, Account Executive stidler@pantherexpedite.com 4940 Panther Parkway Seville, OH 44273 pantherexpedite.com P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Trucking & brokerage

Superior Carriers Inc. RHille@superior-carriers.com 107 Greenway Ave., Bldg C Westville, IN 46391 superior-carriers.com P: 219-785-4204; F: 219-785-4508

Transmark Logistics Elvin Knollman, President elk.transmark@etczone.com 1780 S. County Road 850 E. Greensburg, IN 47240 transmarklogistics.com P: 877-663-9404; F: 812-663-9428 Liquid, hazardous material trucking and brokerage, regional

Gypsum Express Ltd. Terry Killingbeck, Terminal Manager tkillingbeck@gypsumexpress.com 1111 W. U.S. 20, Bldg. A Michigan City, IN 46360 gypsumexpress.com P: 800-348-8532; F: 219-873-7051 Flatbed

Huff Contractors, Inc. Sandra Huff, Treasurer shuff@huffcontractorsinc.com 2581 Harrison-Brookville Road West Harrison, IN 47060 www.huffcontractorsinc.com P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361

Trucking â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Flatbed

Transportation company; standard tandem axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-haul tractors, variety of stretch, drop-deck, double-drop, low-boy, beam and multi-axle specialized trailers; complete truck and trailer repairs; 24-hour emergency service

Aable Logistics Inc.

Maverick Transportation LLC

Robert Watson, President ablebob@netnitco.net P.O. Box 170 DeMotte, IN 46310 aablelogistics.com P: 219-987-2104, ext. 102 F: 219-987-2490 Flatbed, step deck, low-boy & RGN transportation

ADS Logistics, Corporate Headquarters 116 E. 1100 N. Chesterton, IN 46304 adslogistics.com P: 219-836-3900

Backhaul Direct LLC Nicholas J. Hoagland, COO nhoag@backhauldirect.com 1 Virginia Ave., Ste. 400 Indianapolis, IN 46204 backhauldirect.com P: 317-974-9125; F: 317-974-9126 Produce, refrigerated, dry van, flat bed brokerage, 4PL solutions

Bagshaw Trucking Inc.

Steven Swain sswain@maverickusa.com 333 Blaine St. Gary, IN 46406 maverickusa.com P: 866-778-4146 Flatbed, specialized, refrigerated, regional to long haul OTR, dedicated, captured capacity transportation services

MD Logistics Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900 Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

Meyer Trucking Inc. Jon Meyer, Vice President, Operations jon.meyer@landstarmail.com 1409 Lincoln Highway E.; P.O. Box 158 New Haven, IN 46774 meyertrucking.com P: 260-493-3649; F: 260-493-1064

Mark Grantz, Transportation Coordinator m.grantz@bagshawtrucking.com 13110 Blue Lick Road Memphis, IN 47143 bagshawtrucking.com P: 812-294-4060; F: 812-246-0280

Miller Transfer & Rigging Co.

Heavy equipment hauling, dump truck hauling

Common carrier, over-dimensional loads, flatbed trucking

Fitzmark Inc.

P & C Trucking

Adam Thompson, Vice President, Carrier Sales info@fitzmark.com 4620 W. 84th St., Ste. 300A Indianapolis, IN 46268 fitzmark.com P: 317-475-0960; F: 317-475-0960

Norman L. Brown, General Manager nbrown@pandctrucking.com 4410 S. Ross Road Gary, IN 46408 pandctrucking.com P: 219-972-0193; F: 219-972-0208

Full truck load, partial truck load, intermodal, 3PL WH, PICK/PACK, local deliveries, international shipments

G & F Trucking Leasing Inc. Raymond J. Gerling, President P.O. Box 4032 Hammond, IN 46324 gftruckinginc.com P: 219-944-8695; F: 219-944-8756

Tim Hauersperger, Terminal Manager indianapolis@millertransfer.com 1410 S. Post Road, Ste. 200 Indianapolis, IN 46239 millertransfer.com P: 317-897-4303; F: 317-897-4331

Dump, flatbed, low-boy

P.I. & I. Motor Express Danny F. Gurgon, Operations Manager dannygurgon@piimx.com 1005 Sun Drive Portage, IN 46368 piimx.com P: 800-237-9616; F: 219-787-0031

Expedited ground and air services

Reliable Transportation Specialists Inc. Andrew Bozak, Director of Operations andyb@reliabletrans.com 139 Venturi Drive Chesterton, IN 46304 reliabletrans.com P: 219-926-8850; F: 219-926-5174

RJM Logistics John Boone, President johnboone@rjmlogistics.com 5700 W. Minnesota St., Ste. A-4 Indianapolis, IN 46237 rjmlogistics.com P: 317-803-2369; F: 317-502-8989 Service-disabled veteran-owned logistics provider, cargo van hotshot, sprinter hotshot, time definite delivery, residential delivery, warehouse/distribution, trade show, lift gate

Schilli Transportation Services Inc. Misty Prickett, Sales mprickett@schilli.com 3535 Brady Lane Lafayette, IN 47909 schilli.com P: 765-448-3400; F: 765-471-4700 Warehousing, supply chain management, dedicated carriage, truck/trailer leasing and rental, trucking and transportation brokerage, warehouses equipped with 60,000 lb crane capacity

Spot Freight Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357 TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Tri-Union Express Inc. David Parchem, Chief Operations Officer dave@triunion.com 1939 N. Lafayette Court Griffith, IN 46319 triunion.com P: 219-838-4411; F: 219-838-1680 Container loading/unloading, customized receiving reports and coils, skids, plate, bar storage

Universal Joe Goryl, Vice President jgoryl@goutsi.com 12755 E. 9 Mile Road Warren, MI 48089 goutsi.com P: 586-920-0100

Werner Enterprises 2444 S. West St. Indianapolis, IN 46225 werner.com P: 317-788-8406

Young Brothers Trucking Leslee McGowan, President 447 N. Old State Road 2 Valparaiso, IN 46383 youngbrotherstrucking.com P: 219-462-6946; F: 219-465-7546


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Angle Trucking justin@angletrucking.com 3151 Billiard Drive Logansport, IN 46947 P: 574-739-2785; F: 574-735-2821

Bagshaw Trucking Inc. Mark Grantz, Transportation Coordinator m.grantz@bagshawtrucking.com 13110 Blue Lick Road Memphis, IN 47143 bagshawtrucking.com P: 812-294-4060; F: 812-246-0280 Heavy equipment hauling, dump truck hauling

Eastside Trucking Co. Inc. Darrell Rhodes, President eastsidetrucking@aol.com 1545 E. 35th St. Indianapolis, IN 46218 P: 317-283-6774; F: 317-283-6785

Transportation company; standard tandem axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-haul tractors, variety of stretch, drop-deck, double-drop, low-boy, beam and multi-axle specialized trailers; complete truck and trailer repairs; 24-hour emergency service

Lakeside Logistics Inc. Cory Blaising, Sales Manager cory.blaising@teamlandstar.com 211 Airport North Office Park Fort Wayne, IN 46825 teamlandstar.com P: 260-489-8107; F: 260-489-8120 Warehousing, heavy-haul, LTL, intermodal, hazmat, air freight

Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900 Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

Miller Transfer & Rigging Co.

Common carrier, over-dimensional loads, flatbed trucking

Spot Freight Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357 TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Tri-Union Express Inc. David Parchem, Chief Operations Officer dave@triunion.com 1939 N. Lafayette Court Griffith, IN 46319 triunion.com P: 219-838-4411; F: 219-838-1680

Ryan Menke, Sr. Vice President, Logistics rmenke@styline.com 1008 Styline Drive Huntingburg, IN 47542 styline.com P: 800-295-4848; F: 812-683-7676

Old Dominion Freight Lines

Vertically integrated manufacturer of wood office furniture & LTL furniture carrier

Trucking - LTL Backhaul Direct LLC Nicholas J. Hoagland, COO nhoag@backhauldirect.com 1 Virginia Ave., Ste. 400 Indianapolis, IN 46204 backhauldirect.com P: 317-974-9125; F: 317-974-9126 Produce, refrigerated, dry van, flat bed brokerage, 4PL solutions

C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc. Robert Bocko, Manager robert.bocko@chrobinson.com 10500 Kincaid Drive, Ste. 202 Fishers, IN 46037 chrobinson.com P: 866-416-6722; F: 317-594-1451 Trucking transportation brokers, truck loads, LTL, intermodal services

FedEx Freight Robin Burden, Service Center Administrator robin.burden@fedex.com 1250 E. Northfield Drive Brownsburg, IN 46112 fedex.com P: 317-455-0010; F: 317-852-2691

Michael J. Cooke, Global Sales Manager - Ohio Valley michael.cooke@odfl.com 5500 W. 47th St. Chicago, IL 60638 odfl.com P: 708-548-0179 LTL, freight forwarding, warehousing, airfreight

ProTrans Barb Carothers, RFP Manager & Corporate Writer carothersb@protrans.com 8311 N. Perimeter Road Indianapolis, IN 46241 protrans.com P: 317-240-4100, 888-776-8726 F: 317-240-4101 Third-party logistics, LTL, warehousing

RJM Logistics John Boone, President johnboone@rjmlogistics.com 5700 W. Minnesota St., Ste. A-4 Indianapolis, IN 46237 rjmlogistics.com P: 317-803-2369; F: 317-502-8989

Transfreight Inc. Lean_Logistics@Transfreight.com 4000 Tulip Tree Drive Princeton, IN 47670 transfreight.com

Tri-Union Express Inc. David Parchem, Chief Operations Officer dave@triunion.com 1939 N. Lafayette Court Griffith, IN 46319 triunion.com P: 219-838-4411; F: 219-838-1680 Container loading/unloading, customized receiving reports and coils, skids, plate, bar storage

Venture Logistics info@venlog.com 1101 Harding Court Indianapolis, IN 46217 venlog.com P: 317-787-1101; F: 317-787-1102

Vitran

LTL, truckload services

Service-disabled veteran-owned logistics provider, cargo van hotshot, sprinter hotshot, time definite delivery, residential delivery, warehouse/distribution, trade show, lift gate

1294 Maxwell Ave. Evansville, IN 47711 vitranexpress.com P: 812-424-3815; F: 812-424-3213

Fitzmark Inc.

Sodrel Truck Lines

Wheels Assured Logistics

1 Sodrel Drive Jeffersonville, IN 47130 sodrellogistics.com P: 800-448-5728

Gary W. Giles P.O. Box 47364 Indianapolis, IN 46247 wheelsassured.com P: 317-322-1919; F: 317-322-2074

Adam Thompson, Vice President, Carrier Sales info@fitzmark.com 4620 W. 84th St., Ste. 300A Indianapolis, IN 46268 fitzmark.com P: 317-475-0960; F: 317-475-0960 Full truck load, partial truck load, intermodal, 3PL WH, PICK/PACK, local deliveries, international shipments

Huff Contractors, Inc. Sandra Huff, Treasurer shuff@huffcontractorsinc.com 2581 Harrison-Brookville Road West Harrison, IN 47060 www.huffcontractorsinc.com P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361 Transportation company; standard tandem axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-haul tractors, variety of stretch, drop-deck, double-drop, low-boy, beam and multi-axle specialized trailers; complete truck and trailer repairs; 24-hour emergency service

Lakeside Logistics Inc. Cory Blaising, Sales Manager cory.blaising@teamlandstar.com 211 Airport North Office Park Fort Wayne, IN 46825 teamlandstar.com P: 260-489-8107; F: 260-489-8120 Warehousing, heavy-haul, LTL, intermodal, hazmat, air freight

MD Logistics Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900 Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

Same day, next day, residential & business deliveries of the small package shipper

Sodrel Truck Lines 1254 S. West St. Indianapolis, IN 46225 sodrellogistics.com P: 800-448-5728; F: 317-632-6557 Same day, next day, residential & business deliveries of the small package shipper

Specialized Transportation Inc. marketing@stidelivers.com 5001 US Highway 30 W. Fort Wayne, IN 46818 crst.com P: 800-234-2788; F: 260-429-3213 Specialized transportation, warehousing and logistics

Spot Freight Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357 TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Standard Forwarding Bill Dohner, Account Manager Bill.Dohner@StandardForwarding.com 215 S. Olive South Bend, IN 46619 standardforwarding.com P: 574-287-3754; F: 574-287-5838 Third party logistics services

Trucking - National Clearwater Logistics sales@clearwaterlogistics.com 3726 N. Home St. Mishawaka, IN 46545 clearwaterlogistics.com P: 574-252-0440; F: 574-252-0444

GA LA Transportation 535 Sky Park Drive N.E. Corydon, IN 47112 P: 812-734-1126; F: 812-734-1146

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Tim Hauersperger, Terminal Manager indianapolis@millertransfer.com 1410 S. Post Road, Ste. 200 Indianapolis, IN 46239 millertransfer.com P: 317-897-4303; F: 317-897-4331

Styline Logistics

Tom Moore, Vice President tom@mltpro.com 103 E. Indiana Ave., Ste. A Valparaiso, IN 46383 mltpro.com P: 219-465-5100; F: 219-465-5188

Heavy Haul | LTL

MD Logistics

MLT Providers

Joe Goryl, Vice President jgoryl@goutsi.com 12755 E. 9 Mile Road Warren, MI 48089 goutsi.com P: 586-920-0100

TRUCKING

Huff Contractors, Inc. Sandra Huff, Treasurer shuff@huffcontractorsinc.com 2581 Harrison-Brookville Road West Harrison, IN 47060 www.huffcontractorsinc.com P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361

Universal

TRANSPORTATION

Trucking - Heavy Haul

Huff Contractors, Inc. Sandra Huff, Treasurer shuff@huffcontractorsinc.com 2581 Harrison-Brookville Road West Harrison, IN 47060 www.huffcontractorsinc.com P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361 Transportation company; standard tandem axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-haul tractors, variety of stretch, drop-deck, double-drop, low-boy, beam and multi-axle specialized trailers; complete truck and trailer repairs; 24-hour emergency service

Lakeside Logistics Inc. Cory Blaising, Sales Manager cory.blaising@teamlandstar.com 211 Airport North Office Park Fort Wayne, IN 46825 teamlandstar.com P: 260-489-8107; F: 260-489-8120 Warehousing, heavy-haul, LTL, intermodal, hazmat, air freight

Container loading/unloading, customized receiving reports and coils, skids, plate, bar storage

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Panther Expedited Services

Backhaul Direct LLC

Kllm Transport Services Inc.

Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900

Shad Tidler, Account Executive stidler@pantherexpedite.com 4940 Panther Parkway Seville, OH 44273 pantherexpedite.com P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Nicholas J. Hoagland, COO nhoag@backhauldirect.com 1 Virginia Ave., Ste. 400 Indianapolis, IN 46204 backhauldirect.com P: 317-974-9125; F: 317-974-9126

Curt Forrester, Manager 6601 Shepherd Ave., Ste. 101 Portage, IN 46368 kllm.com P: 219-787-8138; F: 219-787-9473

Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

Expedited ground and air services

Produce, refrigerated, dry van, flat bed brokerage, 4PL solutions

Spot Freight

Millenial Transport Services Brian Hudson, Director of Sales brian.hudson@millenialtransport.com 8311 N. Perimeter Road Indianapolis, IN 46241 millenialtransport.com P: 317-486-5369; F: 317-454-1383

Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357

MLT Providers

TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Tom Moore, Vice President tom@mltpro.com 103 E. Indiana Ave., Ste. A Valparaiso, IN 46383 mltpro.com P: 219-465-5100; F: 219-465-5188

Tri-Union Express Inc. David Parchem, Chief Operations Officer dave@triunion.com 1939 N. Lafayette Court Griffith, IN 46319 triunion.com P: 219-838-4411; F: 219-838-1680

Morris Trucking Corp.

Container loading/unloading, customized receiving reports and coils, skids, plate, bar storage

Mike Morris, President mikemorris@morristrucking.com 3201 Erie Canal Road Terre Haute, IN 47802 morristrucking.com P: 812-232-1984; F: 812-235-8315

Werner Enterprises 2444 S. West St. Indianapolis, IN 46225 werner.com P: 317-788-8406

Truckload carrier, expedited service

MyWay Logistics Emily Lawton, Owner admin@myway-logistics.com 1300 E. 86th St., Ste. 128 Indianapolis, IN 46240 linkedin.com/company/myway-logistics-llc P: 888-557-4213; F: 317-550-1560 Transportation arrangement, logistics services, freight coordinator

Trucking â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Refrigerated B & J Trucking Services Inc. P.O. Box 199 Borden, IN 47106 bjtruck.com P: 800-433-2861; F: 812-246-2507

D R Smith Trucking Inc. Devon Smith, President 10491 S. 750 W. Akron, IN 46910 drsmithtrucking.com P: 260-352-2115; F: 260-352-2900

Lakeside Logistics Inc. Cory Blaising, Sales Manager cory.blaising@teamlandstar.com 211 Airport North Office Park Fort Wayne, IN 46825 teamlandstar.com P: 260-489-8107; F: 260-489-8120 Warehousing, heavy-haul, LTL, intermodal, hazmat, air freight

Don Sumpter Trucking Inc.

Langham Logistics

Judy Sumpter, President 6791 W. U.S. Highway 50; P.O. Box 279 Medora, IN 47260 P: 812-966-2919; F: 812-966-2925

Rick Riedinger, Director of Operations 5335 W. 74th St. Indianapolis, IN 46268 elangham.com P: 317-506-5264; F: 317-471-5042

Fitzmark Inc. Adam Thompson, Vice President, Carrier Sales info@fitzmark.com 4620 W. 84th St., Ste. 300A Indianapolis, IN 46268 fitzmark.com P: 317-475-0960; F: 317-475-0960 Full truck load, partial truck load, intermodal, 3PL WH, PICK/PACK, local deliveries, international shipments

JAWCO Logistics/JACO Brokerage Jackson Scarborough, Planning Manager brokerage@jawcologistics.com 246-B America Place Jeffersonville, IN 47130 jawcologistics.com P: 812-725-9633; F: 812-725-9635 Warehousing, crossdocking, trailer wash-out, 3PL

Warehouse, transportation, freight management

Marten Transport Wade Rubin, Senior Director of Operations, Eastern Region 4825 W. 84th St. Indianapolis, IN 46268 marten.com P: 866-395-1019; F: 317-228-0782

MD Logistics Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900 Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

HUFF CONTRACTORS

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ounded in 1980, Huff Contractors Inc. is an experienced and trusted transportation company. We offer a full range of hauling services for all commercial and industrial jobs. We pride ourselves in being contractor-friendly. Safety is our #1 concern. Our clients have peace of mind when they put their equipment in the hands of our professional and experienced drivers. Our strong customer base is a testament to our reputation for excellent service and fair pricing. We offer a wide variety of equipment options including standard tandem axle tractors and 4-axle heavy-haul tractors in combination with a variety of stretch, drop-deck, double-drop, low-boy, beam and multi-axle specialized trailers and experience that ensures we have

the right tools to get the job done safely and securely. Located in southeastern Indiana, Huff Contractors can get the load to the destination anywhere in the U.S. and Canada. Complete truck and trailer repair facility for major and minor repairs located on site, Huff Contractors Truck and Trailer Repair provides 24-hour emergency and road services for truck, semi-tractor and trailer needs. From basic services to complete engine overhauls, we have dependable, quality service combined with speedy response times to get you back on the road safely.

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HUFF CONTRACTORS INC. 2581 Harrison-Brookville Road â&#x20AC;˘ West Harrison, IN. 47060

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Schilli Transportation Services Inc.

Verst Group Logistics

Shad Tidler, Account Executive stidler@pantherexpedite.com 4940 Panther Parkway Seville, OH 44273 pantherexpedite.com P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900

Misty Prickett, Sales mprickett@schilli.com 3535 Brady Lane Lafayette, IN 47909 schilli.com P: 765-448-3400; F: 765-471-4700

Expedited ground and air services

Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

Warehousing, supply chain management, dedicated carriage, truck/trailer leasing and rental, trucking and transportation brokerage, warehouses equipped with 60,000 lb crane capacity

Mark A. Andrews, Vice President, Sales & Marketing mandrews@verstgroup.com 300 Shorland Drive Walton, KY 41094 verstgroup.com P: 859-379-1288, Ext. 1104 F: 859-379-1289

Spot Freight Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357 TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Werner Enterprises 2444 S. West St. Indianapolis, IN 46225 werner.com P: 317-788-8406

Trucking â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Regional Ashley Transport

Backhaul Direct LLC Nicholas J. Hoagland, COO nhoag@backhauldirect.com 1 Virginia Ave., Ste. 400 Indianapolis, IN 46204 backhauldirect.com P: 317-974-9125; F: 317-974-9126 Produce, refrigerated, dry van, flat bed brokerage, 4PL solutions

Bagshaw Trucking Inc.

Heavy equipment hauling, dump truck hauling

Best Way Express Inc. Shepard N. Dunn, President & CEO snd@bestwayexpress.com 2242 S. Old Decker Road; P.O. Box 728 Vincennes, IN 47591 bestwayexpress.com P: 812-882-4360; F: 812-885-2327

GA LA Transportation 535 Sky Park Drive N.E. Corydon, IN 47112 P: 812-734-1126; F: 812-734-1146

Gotcha Transport Inc. Steven J. McClintick, President 4701 S. Madison St. Muncie, IN 47302 gotchatransport.com P: 765-741-8719; F: 765-741-8849

James Poshard & Son 560 Indiana 62 Mount Vernon, IN 47620 P: 812-838-5061

KJ Bradley Inc. 4560 Indiana 69 Mount Vernon, IN 47620 P: 812-383-0961

MLT Providers Tom Moore, Vice President tom@mltpro.com 103 E. Indiana Ave., Ste. A Valparaiso, IN 46383 mltpro.com P: 219-465-5100; F: 219-465-5188

Moran Transportation Corp.

Special Dispatch Don Nichols, General Manager donnichols@sdindy.com 3560 Developers Road Indianapolis, IN 46227 specialdispatchinc.com P: 317-787-0608; F: 317-791-2760 Courier/delivery since 1965; offering 1-hr, 2-hr & same-day service; on-demand box truck & tractor-trailer; warehouse & crossdock service; hazmat and TSA certified; open 24/7/365

Spot Freight

Moran Transportation Corp.

Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357

2744 W. Old Road 30 Warsaw, IN 46580 morantransportation.com P: 574-269-6585; F: 574-269-3503

Taylor Logistics Inc.

2501 W. Morris St. Indianapolis, IN 46221 morantransportation.com P: 800-716-6787; F: 847-439-0088

OJC Trucking Chris A. Townsend, President 530 E. 300 S. Hartford City, IN 47348 ojctrucking.com P: 765-348-3970

P&B Trucking Inc. Bob Knous, President bob@pbtrucking.net 2203 Patterson St. Decatur, IN 46733 pbtrucking.com P: 260-728-4314; F: 260-728-4068 Regional and long-haul transportation, local shuffles, warehousing, secure facility, long and short term storage, freight consolidation, cross docking, local cartage, brokerage services

Panther Expedited Services Shad Tidler, Account Executive stidler@pantherexpedite.com 4940 Panther Parkway Seville, OH 44273 pantherexpedite.com P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Rex C. Taylor, President rex@taylordist.com 2875 E. Sharon Road Cincinnati, OH 45241 taylorlog.com P: 513-771-1850; F: 513-672-8572

Trucking â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Services 7P Solutions Jeff Clark, President jclark@7psolutions.biz 136 N. Van Buren St., P.O. Box 1274 Nashville, IN 47448 7psolutions.biz P: 812-988-4430

Accuride Corp.

Transmark Logistics

Commercial vehicle component manufacturer

Elvin Knollman, President elk.transmark@etczone.com 1780 S. County Road 850 E. Greensburg, IN 47240 transmarklogistics.com P: 877-663-9404; F: 812-663-9428 Liquid, hazardous material trucking and brokerage, regional

Triple Crown Services Co. Art Miller, Vice President, Sales & Marketing art.miller@triplecrownsvc.com 2720 Dupont Commerce Court Fort Wayne, IN 46825 triplecrownsvc.com P: 800-325-6510

Tri-Union Express Inc.

Andrew Bozak, Director of Operations andyb@reliabletrans.com 139 Venturi Drive Chesterton, IN 46304 reliabletrans.com P: 219-926-8850; F: 219-926-5174

Leslee McGowan, President 447 N. Old State Road 2 Valparaiso, IN 46383 youngbrotherstrucking.com P: 219-462-6946; F: 219-465-7546

Freight brokerage

Perfect Transportation

Reliable Transportation Specialists Inc.

Young Brothers Trucking

Brett Roache, Logistics Manager broache@accuridecorp.com 7140 Office Circle Evansville, IN 47715 accuridecorp.com P: 812-962-5100

Expedited ground and air services

For hire carrier

Gary W. Giles P.O. Box 47364 Indianapolis, IN 46247 wheelsassured.com P: 317-322-1919; F: 317-322-2074

GPS security, environmental monitoring

Bimodal truckload transportation throughout the eastern two-thirds of United States and Ontario, Canada.

Robert Haag, VP of Operations sales@perfectpallets.com 450 W. 16th Place Indianapolis, IN 46202 perfecttransportation.com P: 888-553-5559; F: 317-924-6309

Wheels Assured Logistics

David Parchem, Chief Operations Officer dave@triunion.com 1939 N. Lafayette Court Griffith, IN 46319 triunion.com P: 219-838-4411; F: 219-838-1680 Container loading/unloading, customized receiving reports and coils, skids, plate, bar storage

Universal Joe Goryl, Vice President jgoryl@goutsi.com 12755 E. 9 Mile Road Warren, MI 48089 goutsi.com P: 586-920-0100

ContainerPort Group Inc. Geoff Smock, Regional Manager Business Development, Midwest Region geoff.smock@containerport.com 1420 W. Troy Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46221 contrainerport.com P: 630-441-3830 Common carrier, consolidators, container sales & rentals, contract carrier, container yard, drayage, heavy lifts, inspection services, motor carriers, piggyback rail yard

CountryMark Steve Thomas, Sales Manager steve.thomas@countrymark.com 225 South East St., Ste. 144 Indianapolis, IN 46202 countrymark.com P: 800-808-3170 Fuels and lubricants

Huff Contractors, Inc. Sandra Huff, Treasurer shuff@huffcontractorsinc.com 2581 Harrison-Brookville Road West Harrison, IN 47060 www.huffcontractorsinc.com P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361 Transportation company; standard tandem axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-haul tractors, variety of stretch, drop-deck, double-drop, low-boy, beam and multi-axle specialized trailers; complete truck and trailer repairs; 24-hour emergency service

Jackson Oil & Solvents Donneta Thompson, Sales Executive donneta.thompson@jos.us.com 1970 Kentucky Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46221 jos.us.com P: 317-222-7709; F: 317-222-7719 49

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Mark Grantz, Transportation Coordinator m.grantz@bagshawtrucking.com 13110 Blue Lick Road Memphis, IN 47143 bagshawtrucking.com P: 812-294-4060; F: 812-246-0280

Brian Hudson, Director of Sales brian.hudson@millenialtransport.com 8311 N. Perimeter Road Indianapolis, IN 46241 millenialtransport.com P: 317-486-5369; F: 317-454-1383

TRUCKING

Tammy Rinehart, President tammy@ashleytrans.net P.O. Box 40 Ashley, IN 46705 P: 260-475-5701; F: 260-475-1679

Millenial Transport Services

TRANSPORTATION

Panther Expedited Services


Services | Specialized

TRUCKING

TRANSPORTATION

2016 Indiana Logistics Director y LT Truck & Trailer Sales

lttrucksales@aol.com 8131 W. U.S. Highway 36 Modoc, IN 47358 lttrucksales.com P: 765-853-9988; F: 765-853-9959

Panther Expedited Services

Shad Tidler, Account Executive stidler@pantherexpedite.com 4940 Panther Parkway Seville, OH 44273 pantherexpedite.com P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649 Expedited ground and air services

Spot Freight

Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357 TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Taylor Logistics Inc.

Rex C. Taylor, President rex@taylordist.com 2875 E. Sharon Road Cincinnati, OH 45241 taylorlog.com P: 513-771-1850; F: 513-672-8572

Bradley Trucking Co.

J.E.T. Transit Inc.

RG Transport

4560 IN-69 Mount Vernon, IN 47620 P: 812-838-0961

Curt Petry, Transit Manager cpetry@jasperengines.com 815 Wernsing Road Jasper, IN 47546 jasperengines.com P: 812-482-1041; F: 812-634-1820

Hue Andrews, Chief Operating Officer businessdevelopment@rgtlogistics.com 900 N. D St. Elwood, IN 46036 rgtransport.com P: 765-552-3381; F: 765-552-3478

C.H. Robinson - Evansville Branch Thomas Burkhardt, General Manager thomas.burkhardt@chrobinson.com 5155 Rosebud Lane Newburgh, IN 47630 chrobinson.com P: 812-842-0000; F: 812-842-0001 Rail services; Trucking - bulk haul, flat bed, heavy haul, LTL, truckload, refrigerated, specialized, regional, national; trucking services; freight forwarders; heavy lift/ haulage; intermodal services; steamship lines/agents; 3PL; distribution centers

CCC Freightlines Inc. Charles L. Mong III, President 6335 English Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46219 P: 317-353-8344; F: 317-351-2213

David Parchem, Chief Operations Officer dave@triunion.com 1939 N. Lafayette Court Griffith, IN 46319 triunion.com P: 219-838-4411; F: 219-838-1680

5 additional terminal locations in Cannelburg, Chandler, Lamar, Linton & Petersburg, Ind.

FedEx Ground 5153 Maritime Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 fedex.com P: 812-218-0781

FedEx Home

Truck City of Gary Inc.

Trailer design, manufacture, marketing

Wabash National Corporation

Richard J. Giromini, President and CEO 3000 E. Main St. Lafayette, IN 47905 wabashnational.com P: 765-771-5300; F: 765-771-5308 Trailer design, manufacture, marketing

Trucking â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Specialized A&R Logistics

Gary Parker, Terminal Manager gparker@artransport.com 4800 Keystone Blvd. Jeffersonville, IN 47130 artransport.com P: 812-284-4493; F: 812-284-5455 Bulk plastic transport, plastic packaging & warehousing

Bagshaw Trucking Inc.

Mark Grantz, Transportation Coordinator m.grantz@bagshawtrucking.com 13110 Blue Lick Road Memphis, IN 47143 bagshawtrucking.com P: 812-294-4060; F: 812-246-0280 Heavy equipment hauling, dump truck hauling

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Dump trucks, bulk tanker, low-boy

Tina Hill, Vice President of Operations thill@mamotransportation.com 1247 3rd St.; P.O. Box 40 Osceola, IN 46561 mamotransportation.com P: 888-668-6885; F: 877-727-5814

MD Logistics

Tom Bennett, Vice President P.O. Box 68 Otwell, IN 47564 buchta.com P: 812-354-6300

G-Diamond Transport Inc.

1000 Sagamore Parkway S. Lafayette, IN 47905 wabashnational.com P: 800-937-4784

Mamo Transportation

Elmer Buchta Trucking

1202 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 fedex.com P: 812-288-2915

Wabash Commercial Trailer Products

Riverton Truckers

Drive-away commercial truck delivery

Container loading/unloading, customized receiving reports and coils, skids, plate, bar storage

Michael Kreiger, Service Manager 2333 W. 25th Ave. Gary, IN 46404 truckcityofgary.com P: 219-949-8595; F: 219-949-4085

Kevin Broughton, Division Manager kevin.broughton@jasperengines.com 6400 E. Industrial Lane Leavenworth, IN 47137 jasperengines.com P: 812-482-1040

Private carrier

Freight brokerage

Tri-Union Express Inc.

Food and consumer goods transport

J.E.T. Transit Inc.

Randy Graybill, President 2500 Middlebury St., Ste. 2 Elkhart, IN 46516 gdiamondinc.com P: 574-293-7858; F: 574-293-9085 Mobile home, recreational vehicle and boat transportation

Grammer Industries Inc. Charles (Shorty) Whittington, President 18375 E. 345 S. Grammer, IN 47236 grammerindustries.com P: 800-333-7410; F: 812-579-5643 Huff Contractors, Inc. Sandra Huff, Treasurer shuff@huffcontractorsinc.com 2581 Harrison-Brookville Road West Harrison, IN 47060 www.huffcontractorsinc.com P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361 Transportation company; standard tandem axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-haul tractors, variety of stretch, drop-deck, double-drop, low-boy, beam and multi-axle specialized trailers; complete truck and trailer repairs; 24-hour emergency service

Jack Gray Transport Inc. Danette Garza, Chief Executive Officer dgarza@jackgray.com 4600 E. 15th Ave. Gary, IN 46403 jackgray.com P: 219-938-7020; F: 219-938-6866 Trucking of bulk materials, stevedore

James Poshard & Sons 560 IN-62 Mount Vernon, IN 47620 P: 812-838-5061

Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900 Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

Metals USA, Ohio River Metal Services Marty Finerty, Plant Manager mfinerty@metalsusa.com 5150 Loop Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 metalsusa.com P: 812-282-4770; F: 812-282-5873 Metals processor, distributor, stevedoring

P & C Trucking Norman L. Brown, General Manager nbrown@pandctrucking.com 4410 S. Ross Road Gary, IN 46408 pandctrucking.com P: 219-972-0193; F: 219-972-0208 Dump, flatbed, low-boy

Panther Expedited Services Shad Tidler, Account Executive stidler@pantherexpedite.com 4940 Panther Parkway Seville, OH 44273 pantherexpedite.com P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Shad Daubard, Vice President sdaubard@rivertontruckers.com 6211 Gheens Mill Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 rivertontrucking.com P: 812-284-1515; F: 812-283-8822

RJM Logistics John Boone, President johnboone@rjmlogistics.com 5700 W. Minnesota St., Ste. A-4 Indianapolis, IN 46237 rjmlogistics.com P: 317-803-2369; F: 317-502-8989 Service-disabled veteran-owned logistics provider, cargo van hotshot, sprinter hotshot, time definite delivery, residential delivery, warehouse/distribution, trade show, lift gate

Schilli Transportation Services Inc. Misty Prickett, Sales mprickett@schilli.com 3535 Brady Lane Lafayette, IN 47909 schilli.com P: 765-448-3400; F: 765-471-4700 Warehousing, supply chain management, dedicated carriage, truck/trailer leasing and rental, trucking and transportation brokerage, warehouses equipped with 60,000 lb crane capacity

Specialized Transportation Inc. marketing@stidelivers.com 5001 US Highway 30 W. Fort Wayne, IN 46818 crst.com P: 800-234-2788; F: 260-429-3213 Specialized transportation, warehousing and logistics

Spot Freight Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357

Expedited ground and air services

TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Poindexter Transport Inc.

Steel Transport Inc.

Matt Clark, Dispatch Manager mattclark4@gmail.com P.O. Box 36399 Indianapolis, IN 46236 P: 317-823-4372; F: 317-826-5535

Kenneth R. Paulan, President 6701 Melton Road Gary, IN 46403 P: 219-939-3000; F: 219-939-3020

Powersource Transportation Inc.

Ryan Menke, Sr., Vice President, Logistics rmenke@styline.com 1008 Styline Drive Huntingburg, IN 47542 styline.com P: 800-295-4848; F: 812-683-7676

Skip Bakos, President 2023 Lafayette Court Griffith, IN 46319 powersourcetrans.com P: 800-438-8789; F: 219-972-1789

Styline Logistics

Trailer delivery & trailer-mounted machinery transport

Vertically integrated manufacturer of wood office furniture & LTL furniture carrier

RAF Transport Inc.

Superior Carriers Inc.

Ben Tiemeyer, Transportation Manager btiemeyer@goodegg.com 6874 N. Base Road Seymour, IN 47274 roseacre.com P: 812-497-2557

Wayne Simmons, Terminal Manager wsimmons@superior-carriers.com 107 Greenway Ave., Bldg C Westville, IN 46391 superior-carriers.com P: 219-785-4204; F: 219-785-4508 Bulk logistics, trucking, tank cleaners, hazardous materials carrier


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Worldwide Freight Carrier

C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc.

Fitzmark Inc.

Rex C. Taylor, President rex@taylordist.com 2875 E. Sharon Road Cincinnati, OH 45241 taylorlog.com P: 513-771-1850; F: 513-672-8572

Greg Clark, VP, Operations 2515 Bendix Drive, Ste. 305 South Bend, IN 46628 worldwidefreight.com P: 800-810-2528; F: 574-271-9261

Robert Bocko, Manager robert.bocko@chrobinson.com 10500 Kincaid Drive, Ste. 202 Fishers, IN 46037 chrobinson.com P: 866-416-6722; F: 317-594-1451

Adam Thompson, Vice President, Carrier Sales info@fitzmark.com 4620 W. 84th St., Ste. 300A Indianapolis, IN 46268 fitzmark.com P: 317-475-0960; F: 317-475-0960

Freight brokerage

Thornburg Brothers Trucking Warren Lee Thornburg, President 6860 S. 900 W. Modoc, IN 47358 P: 765-853-5687; F: 765-853-9959

Transmark Logistics Elvin Knollman, President elk.transmark@etczone.com 1780 S. County Road 850 E. Greensburg, IN 47240 transmarklogistics.com P: 877-663-9404; F: 812-663-9428 Liquid, hazardous material trucking and brokerage, regional

Triple Crown Services Co. Art Miller, Vice President, Sales & Marketing art.miller@triplecrownsvc.com 2720 Dupont Commerce Court Fort Wayne, IN 46825 triplecrownsvc.com P: 800-325-6510 Bimodal truckload transportation throughout the eastern two-thirds of United States and Ontario, Canada.

Wheels Assured Logistics Gary W. Giles P.O. Box 47364 Indianapolis, IN 46247 wheelsassured.com P: 317-322-1919; F: 317-322-2074

Yes Freight P.O. Box 20685 Indianapolis, IN 46220 yesfreight.com P: 317-997-3672; F: 251-252-1654

Trucking - Truckload AJP LLC 803 Logan St. Goshen, IN 46528 brunk-ajp.com P: 800-227-4156; F: 574-533-0614

Backhaul Direct LLC Nicholas J. Hoagland, COO nhoag@backhauldirect.com 1 Virginia Ave., Ste. 400 Indianapolis, IN 46204 backhauldirect.com P: 317-974-9125; F: 317-974-9126

Trucking Transportation brokers, truck loads, LTL, intermodal services

Celadon Group Inc. Monte Horst, Vice President of Sales & Marketing mhorst@celadontrucking.com 9503 E. 33rd St. Indianapolis, IN 46235 celadontrucking.com; driveceladon.com P: 317-972-7000 Trucking, dedicated services, LTL consolidation, warehousing, intermodal, temperature controlled, local & regional, expedited, spotting services

Celadon Logistics Services logsales@celadonlogistics.com 9503 E. 33rd St. Indianapolis, IN 46235 celadonlogistics.com P: 800-235-2366

Produce, refrigerated, dry van, flat bed brokerage, 4PL solutions

FTL (U.S., Canada, Mexico), LTL consolidation, warehousing, brokerage, customized 3PL services

Best Way Express Inc.

FedEx Freight

Shepard N. Dunn, President & CEO snd@bestwayexpress.com 2242 S. Old Decker Road; P.O. Box 728 Vincennes, IN 47591 bestwayexpress.com P: 812-882-4360; F: 812-885-2327

Robin Burden, Service Center Administrator robin.burden@fedex.com 1250 E. Northfield Drive Brownsburg, IN 46112 fedex.com P: 317-455-0010; F: 317-852-2691

Full truck load, partial truck load, intermodal, 3PL WH, PICK/PACK, local deliveries, international shipments

Huff Contractors, Inc. Sandra Huff, Treasurer shuff@huffcontractorsinc.com 2581 Harrison-Brookville Road West Harrison, IN 47060 www.huffcontractorsinc.com P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361 Transportation company; standard tandem axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-haul tractors, variety of stretch, drop-deck, double-drop, low-boy, beam and multi-axle specialized trailers; complete truck and trailer repairs; 24-hour emergency service

JAWCO Logistics/JACO Brokerage Jackson Scarborough, Planning Manager brokerage@jawcologistics.com 246-B America Place Jeffersonville, IN 47130 jawcologistics.com P: 812-725-9633; F: 812-725-9635 Warehousing, crossdocking, trailer wash-out, 3PL

LTL, truckload services

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Specialized | Truckload

Taylor Logistics Inc.


Subhead TRANSPORTATION

2016 Indiana Logistics Director y Koch Companies

Millenial Transport Services

RJM Logistics

Taylor Logistics Inc.

Jeff Parish jeff.parish@kochcompanies.com 16067 Symphony Blvd. Noblesville, IN 46060 kochcompanies.com P: 317-770-1230

Brian Hudson, Director of Sales brian.hudson@millenialtransport.com 8311 N. Perimeter Road Indianapolis, IN 46241 millenialtransport.com P: 317-486-5369; F: 317-454-1383

John Boone, President johnboone@rjmlogistics.com 5700 W. Minnesota St., Ste. A-4 Indianapolis, IN 46237 rjmlogistics.com P: 317-803-2369; F: 317-502-8989

Rex C. Taylor, President rex@taylordist.com 2875 E. Sharon Road Cincinnati, OH 45241 taylorlog.com P: 513-771-1850; F: 513-672-8572

Operates 750 GPS-equipped trucks with 3000 53-ft dry vans, provides long haul, regional, dedicated & Intermodal services throughout the eastern half of the United States

Service-disabled veteran-owned logistics provider, cargo van hotshot, sprinter hotshot, time definite delivery, residential delivery, warehouse/distribution, trade show, lift gate

Freight brokerage; drayage

Mister â&#x20AC;&#x153;Pâ&#x20AC;? Express Inc.

Lakeside Logistics Inc. Cory Blaising, Sales Manager cory.blaising@teamlandstar.com 211 Airport North Office Park Fort Wayne, IN 46825 teamlandstar.com P: 260-489-8107; F: 260-489-8120 Warehousing, heavy-haul, LTL, intermodal, hazmat, air freight

Langham Logistics Rick Riedinger, Director of Operations 5335 W. 74th St. Indianapolis, IN 46268 elangham.com P: 317-506-5264; F: 317-471-5042 Warehouse, transportation, freight management

Truckload

Category TRUCKING

M&M Transport Services Norman Brennan, Senior Logistics Manager norm@mmtransport.com 7335 E. 30th St. Indianapolis, IN 46219 mmtransport.com P: 317-554-5540; F: 317-351-1507 Specializing in dedicated services

Marten Transport Wade Rubin, Senior Director of Operations, Eastern Region 4825 W. 84th St. Indianapolis, IN 46268 marten.com P: 866-395-1019; F: 317-228-0782

MD Logistics Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900

AVIATION

Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

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sales@misterpexpress.com 801 Trey St. Jeffersonville, IN 47130 misterpexpress.com P: 812-256-0400; F: 812-256-2552

Morris Trucking Corp. Mike Morris, President mikemorris@morristrucking.com 3201 Erie Canal Road Terre Haute, IN 47802 morristrucking.com P: 812-232-1984; F: 812-235-8315

Schilli Transportation Services Inc. Misty Prickett, Sales mprickett@schilli.com 3535 Brady Lane Lafayette, IN 47909 schilli.com P: 765-448-3400; F: 765-471-4700

Truckload carrier, expedited service

Warehousing, supply chain management, dedicated carriage, truck/trailer leasing and rental, trucking and transportation brokerage, warehouses equipped with 60,000 lb crane capacity

Panther Expedited Services

Sodrel Truck Lines

Shad Tidler, Account Executive stidler@pantherexpedite.com 4940 Panther Parkway Seville, OH 44273 pantherexpedite.com P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

1 Sodrel Drive Jeffersonville, IN 47130 sodrellogistics.com P: 800-448-5728

Expedited ground and air services

Paschall Trucking Greg Holt, Terminal Manager glholt@ptl-inc.com 2503 W. Lambert St. Indianapolis, IN 46221 ptl-inc.com P: 317-243-6689; F: 317-248-7450

Pegasus Transportation Bill Roby, Sales Manager broby@pegasustransportation.com P.O. Box 1571 Jeffersonville, IN 47131 pegasustransportation.com P: 888-280-6500, ext. 630 F: 502-212-0631 Trucking, logistics & transportation support services

RGT Logistics Hue Andrews, Chief Operating Officer handrews@redgold.com P.O. Box 103 Elwood, IN 46036 rgtransport.com P: 765-552-3381; F: 765-552-0566

Same day, next day, residential & business deliveries of the small package shipper

Sodrel Truck Lines 1254 S. West St. Indianapolis, IN 46225 sodrellogistics.com P: 800-448-5728; F: 317-632-6557

Transfreight Inc. Lean_Logistics@Transfreight.com 4000 Tulip Tree Drive Princeton, IN 47670 transfreight.com

Tri-Union Express Inc. David Parchem, Chief Operations Officer dave@triunion.com 1939 N. Lafayette Court Griffith, IN 46319 triunion.com P: 219-838-4411; F: 219-838-1680 Container loading/unloading, customized receiving reports and coils, skids, plate, bar storage

Universal AM-CAN LTD 1520 E. Berry St. Fort Wayne, IN 46803 uacl.com P: 260-483-3106; F: 260-482-3974

Venture Logistics

Same day, next day, residential & business deliveries of the small package shipper

info@venlog.com 1101 Harding Court Indianapolis, IN 46217 venlog.com P: 317-787-1101; F: 317-787-1102

Specialized Transportation Inc.

Werner Enterprises

marketing@stidelivers.com 5001 US Highway 30 W. Fort Wayne, IN 46818 crst.com P: 800-234-2788; F: 260-429-3213 Specialized transportation, warehousing and logistics

Spot Freight Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357 TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

2444 S. West St. Indianapolis, IN 46225 werner.com P: 317-788-8406

Wheels Assured Logistics Gary W. Giles P.O. Box 47364 Indianapolis, IN 46247 wheelsassured.com P: 317-322-1919; F: 317-322-2074


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FREIGHT SERVICES

FREIGHT SERVICES Managing the transportation, storage and distribution of goods is critical for businesses to be successful. Consumers and businesses rely on the availability of goods and their ability to have predictable and on-time delivery services. Whether looking for a dedicated supplier, a facility equipped for specialized goods, or temporary storage, Indianaâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s logistics industry offers a variety of valuable freight services.

Distribution Centers 33 Industrial Parkway Drive LaPorte, IN 46350 asfurniture.com P: 219-326-8040; F: 219-326-7976

American Wholesale Furniture Bill Korn, Owner info@awfco.com 430 S. Franklin Road Indianapolis, IN 46219 awfco.com P: 317-357-1951

Benco Dental James Ford, Manager 3424 Centennial Drive, Ste. 150 Fort Wayne, IN 46808 benco.com P: 260-471-1714

Cemex/Kosmos Cement Larry Keil, Terminal Manager larry.keil@cemex.com 3301 Port Road E/W Mount Vernon, IN 47620 cemex.com P: 812-838-3465; F: 812-838-3918 Cement distribution

Cimbar Performance Minerals Chad Gibbs cgibbs@cimbar.com 2700 Bluff Road Mount Vernon, IN 47620 cimbar.com P: 812-838-5236

Coca-Cola Refreshments Dean Jones, Distribution Center Manager cwhitton-riddell@coca-cola.com 1701 Liberty Drive, Ste. 2 Bloomington, IN 47403 coca-cola.com P: 812-332-4434

Consolidated Terminals & Logistics Co. Jeb Dickens, Terminal Manager jeb.dickens@cgb.com 5143 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 ctlconline.com P: 812-218-1328 General cargo terminal & logistics

Exegistics

IOM Grain

Dean Jackson, Terminal Manager dean.jackson@cgb.com P.O. Box 548, 2801 Bluff Road Mount Vernon, IN 47620 ctlconline.com P: 812-449-0129; F: 812-838-2572

Stephen Olds, President stephen.olds@exegistics.com 1101 W. Industrial Drive North Vernon, IN 47265 exegistics.com P: 847-353-3810; F: 888-703-5510

Ryan Younts ryan@iomgrain.com 974 E. 100 N. Portland, IN 47371 iomgrain.com P: 260-726-6224; F: 260-726-6225

General cargo terminal & logistics

Distribution, value-added services, packaging, operational staffing, inbound/outbound rail operations

J.E.T. Transit Inc.

Crop Production Services 2900 Bluff Road Mount Vernon, IN 47620 P: 812-838-4533; F: 812-838-2650

CVS Caremark Indianapolis Distribution Center Mark Nicastro, Director 7590 Enterprise Drive Indianapolis, IN 46219 cvs.com P: 317-353-1458

Donaldson Filtration Solutions Kate Leiby, Operations Manager kate.leiby@donaldson.com 1401 S. Melville St. Rensselaer, IN 47978 donaldson.com P: 219-866-5020

Dot Foods 14600 Gateway Road Cambridge City, IN 47327 dotfoods.com P: 765-312-0100; F: 217-773-9496

Dunhamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Atheleisure Corp. Doug Billingsley, Sr. VP, Logistics/ Supply Chain 255 S. 600 E. Marion, IN 46953 P: 765-651-6315; F: 765-651-6321

Eli Lilly & Co. Mike Broughton, Director - Global Logistics mlb1@lilly.com Lilly Corporate Center Indianapolis, IN 46285 lilly.com P: 317-433-7529; F: 317-277-2837

Epoch Distributors epochdist@ameritech.net 1434 Portage Ave. South Bend, IN 46616 P: 574-233-1200

Five Star Distributing Inc. 4055 E. Park 30 Dr. Columbia City, IN 46725 fivestardistributing.net P: 260-244-3775

Frick Services Inc. Thomas Slater, Terminal Manager tslater@frickservices.com 800 Sun Drive Portage, IN 46367 frickservices.com P: 219-787-9475 Dry/liquid bulk commodity storage/ distribution

Glenrock Co. John Lindfors, Branch Manager jlindfors@glenrockcompany.com 4330 Hull St., #300 Indianapolis, IN 46226 glenrockcompany.com P: 317-542-8400; F: 317-873-8974

Homegoods Distribution Center Michele Ingle, AVP/AGM michele_ingle@tjx.com 850 Northfield Drive Brownsburg, IN 46112 tjx.com P: 317-858-6804; F: 317-858-6847 Freight services

Indianapolis Industrial Center Don Foley, Jr., President dfoley@indyindustrialcenter.com 3000 S. Shelby St. Office: 1414 S. West St., 2nd Floor, Ste. 7 Indianapolis, IN 46227 indianapolis-industrial-center.com P: 317-602-8639; F: 317-266-0784 Warehouse leasing; total square footage: 180,000 sq. ft., active rail spur with service from CSX, INRD and CN; interior rail and truck sidings; interior bridge cranes; rail reload services

Kevin Broughton, Division Manager kevin.broughton@jasperengines.com 6400 E. Industrial Lane Leavenworth, IN 47137 jasperengines.com P: 812-482-1040

Johnco Distributing Inc. Lee Ripani lee@johncodistributing.com 7002 Graham Road, Ste. 220 Indianapolis, IN 46220 johncodistributing.com P: 317-598-9740; F: 317-598-9741 Fresh produce brokers, wholesale fresh produce distributor

Kipp Brothers Toys & Novelties Heather Wagman 491 W. Muskegon Drive Greenfield, IN 46140 kipptoys.com P: 800-428-1153; F: 800-832-5477

Mead Johnson & Co./Kenco Sheryl Richardt, HR Generalist sheryl.richardt@kencogroup.com 3101 State Road 62 E. Mount Vernon, IN 47620 kencogroup.com P: 812-833-3417; F: 812-833-3429 Distribution of consumer products

Merchandise Warehouse Sharif Siddiq, Director of Sales & Marketing ssiddiq@mwindy.com 1414 S. West St. Indianapolis, IN 46225 mwindy.com P: 317-632-2525; F: 317-266-0784 Blast freezing, packaging, crossdock, rail service

Metro International Trade Services 345 Salmon Drive Portage, IN 46368 metroftz.com P: 317-787-8690 Metals distribution & storage

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American Signature Inc.

Consolidated Terminals & Logistics Co.


Subhead FREIGHT SERVICES

2016 Indiana Logistics Director y Monarch Beverage

Cargo Services Inc.

Panther Expedited Services

9347 Pendleton Pike Indianapolis, IN 46236 monarch-beverage.com P: 800-382-9851

Jefferson Clay, Director of Business Development jclay@cargos.com 7640 Miles Drive Indianapolis, IN 46231 cargos.com P: 317-244-9501; F: 317-244-9505

Shad Tidler, Account Executive stidler@pantherexpedite.com 4940 Panther Parkway Seville, OH 44273 pantherexpedite.com P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

CJ International Inc.

The Phoenix Group

Gini Wodock, Office Manager/Export Manager gwodock@cjinternational.com 2346 S. Lynhurst Drive, Ste. 703 Indianapolis, IN 46241 cjinternational.com P: 317-241-8345; F: 317-241-8353

TOC Logistics International LLC

Mount Vernon Transfer Terminal Taylor Kanipe taylor.kanipe@arlp.com 3300 Bluff Road Mount Vernon, IN 47620 arlp.com P: 812-838-5532 Coal transloading from rail or truck to barge and ground storage

Mytex Polymers 1403 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 mytexpolymers.com P: 812-280-2900 Plastic resin distribution

Novelty Inc. 351 W. Muskegon Drive Greenfield, IN 46140 noveltyinc.com P: 317-462-3121; F: 317-492-8668

AVIATION

Category

Distribution Centers | Freight Forwarders | Heavy Lift/Haulage | Information Technology

OFS Brands 1204 E. 6th St.; P.O. Box 100 Huntingburg, IN 47542 ofs.com P: 800-521-5381; F: 812-683-7155

Taylor Logistics Inc. Rex C. Taylor, President rex@taylordist.com 2875 E. Sharon Road Cincinnati, OH 45241 taylorlog.com P: 513-771-1850; F: 513-672-8572 Freight brokerage

Tri-County Agronomics Bryan Lingafelter blingafelter@clearwave.com 1711 Bluff Road Mount Vernon, IN 47620 liquidnpk.com P: 812-838-1755; F: 812-838-1759 Liquid fertilizer, pesticide, herbicide blending

Freight Forwarders/ Customs House Brokers Backhaul Direct LLC Nicholas J. Hoagland, COO nhoag@backhauldirect.com 1 Virginia Ave., Ste. 400 Indianapolis, IN 46204 backhauldirect.com P: 317-974-9125; F: 317-974-9126 Produce, refrigerated, dry van, flat bed brokerage, 4PL solutions

C.H. Robinson - Evansville Branch Thomas Burkhardt, General Manager thomas.burkhardt@chrobinson.com 5155 Rosebud Lane Newburgh, IN 47630 chrobinson.com P: 812-842-0000; F: 812-842-0001 Rail services; trucking - bulk haul, flat bed, heavy haul, LTL, truckload, refrigerated, specialized, regional, national; trucking services; freight forwarders; heavy lift/ haulage; intermodal services; steamship lines/agents; 3PL; distribution centers

C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc. Les Ramsay, General Manager les.ramsay@chrobinson.com 2655 Fortune Circle W., Ste. D Indianapolis, IN 46241 chrobinson.com P: 317-241-2100; F: 317-241-4844 Freight forwarder

Fireworks, consular document preparation, cargo & marine insurance, consolidators, customs bonds, drayage, expedited shipments, export packing, international air traffic association, packing & crating, storage, CTPAT

CJ International Inc. Jason Combs, VP of Indiana Operations jcombs@cjinternational.com 4646 W. Jefferson Blvd. Ste. 260 Fort Wayne, IN 46804 cjinternational.com P: 260-479-8000; F: 260-479-8001 Fireworks, consular document preparation, cargo & marine insurance, consolidators, customs bonds, drayage, expedited shipments, export packing, international air traffic association, packing & crating, storage, CTPAT

JAS Worldwide Jeff Piela, Business Development Manager jeffrey.piela@jas.com 1759 Linneman Road Mount Prospect, IL 60056 jas.com P: 312-982-1212

Expedited ground and air services

office@qstincorp.com 1543 W. Tipton Seymour, IN 47274 qstincorp.com P: 812-519-0157; F: 812-519-0161 Greg Scheevel, Director of Global Development sales@toclogistics.com 2601 Fortune Circle East Drive, Ste. 201B Indianapolis, IN 46241 toclogistics.com P: 317-759-2130; F: 317-329-6465 MBE, program-based transportation and supply chain management, global supplier optimization and consolidation, spend management

UPS Freight Forwarding Elaine Palmer, District Account Manager elainepalmer@ups.com 7125 W. Morris St. Indianapolis, IN 46241 ups-scs.com P: 317-468-3701

WWLALS (Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Abnormal Load Services) UK International Limited

Global freight forwarder

Jill Peacock, Group Marketing Manager jillian.peacock@als-europe.com 1501 Hedon Road, Kingston upon Hull East Riding of Yorkshire, HU9 5NX U.K. wwwlals.com P: +44 (0) 1482 796214 F: +44 (0) 1482 707650

Kintetsu World Express (U.S.A.) Inc.

Global logistics, project forwarding and out of gauge cargo specialist by road, rail, air & sea

Michael Kristensen, State Representative michael.kristensen@am.kwe.com 13295 Illinois St., Ste. 124 Carmel, IN 46032 P: 317-566-9911; F: 317-566-9933 Air freight forwarder

Kuehne & Nagel Inc. 1810 S. Lynhurst Drive, Ste. A Indianapolis, IN 46241 kuehne-nagel.com P: 317-227-0100; F: 317-227-0400 Freight forwarder, custom house brokers, international freight forwarder, non-vessel operating common carrier

MD Logistics Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900 Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

Old Dominion Freight Lines Michael J. Cooke, Global Sales Manager - Ohio Valley michael.cooke@odfl.com 5500 W. 47th St. Chicago, IL 60638 odfl.com P: 708-548-0179 LTL, freight forwarding, warehousing, airfreight

Heavy Lift/Haulage Huff Contractors, Inc. Sandra Huff, Treasurer shuff@huffcontractorsinc.com 2581 Harrison-Brookville Road West Harrison, IN 47060 www.huffcontractorsinc.com P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361 Transportation company; standard tandem axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-haul tractors, variety of stretch, drop-deck, double-drop, low-boy, beam and multi-axle specialized trailers; complete truck and trailer repairs; 24-hour emergency service

Padgett, Inc. 901 East 4th Street New Albany, IN 47150 812-945-2391 padgett-inc.com Crane rental & service, hauling & rigging, press & machinery installation

Spot Freight

Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357 TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Tri-State Motor Transit Co.

Don Farmer 630 E. Harvest Church Road Bloomfield, IN 47424 P: 812-384-1158; F: 812-384-8391 Heavy hauling, motor carriers, overdimensional loads, trucking

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WWLALS (Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Abnormal Load Services) UK International Limited Jill Peacock, Group Marketing Manager jillian.peacock@als-europe.com 1501 Hedon Road, Kingston upon Hull East Riding of Yorkshire, HU9 5NX U.K. wwwlals.com P: +44 (0) 1482 796214; F: +44 (0) 1482 707650 Global logistics, project forwarding and out of gauge cargo specialist by road, rail, air & sea

Information Technology ERS-OCI Wireless Daphne Knox, Marketing Director P.O. Box 110 Ligonier, IN 46767 ers-oci.com P: 260-894-4145; F: 260-894-7581 Wireless voice, & data video, RFID, asset management

Expedient Data Centers Ray Vallillo, Regional Vice President & GM ray.vallillo@expedient.com 701 Congressional Blvd. Carmel, IN 46032 expedient.com P: 317-805-3750; F: 317-805-3757 IT colocation, cloud hosting, managed services

Guilford Group Jeff Hastings, President jhastings@guilfordgroup.com 615 W. Carmel Drive, # 130 Carmel, IN 46032 guilfordgroup.com P: 317-814-1035; F: 317-814-1035 IT consulting services organization specializing in software development, web applications, system integration and staff augmentation for the transportation & logistics industries. MBE certified by the State of Indiana.

Indatus David Durik, CEO 432 State St. New Albany, IN 47150 indatus.com P: 812-945-6351; F: 812-945-6352 Telephone systems, data networks, surveillance systems, security & door access systems, data & voice disaster recovery

Owens Communications Inc. Lori Sweet, Marketing Coordinator lori-sweet@owenscommunications.com 1815 21st St. Columbus, IN 47201 owenscommunications.com P: 812-376-9652; F: 812-376-9729 Wireless, broadband and nationwide communications

Panther Expedited Services Shad Tidler, Account Executive stidler@pantherexpedite.com 4940 Panther Parkway Seville, OH 44273 pantherexpedite.com P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649 Expedited ground and air services

Spot Freight Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357 TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services


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MD Logistics

Transfreight Inc.

Bruce Cox, Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Strategic Planning bruce.cox@transworks.com 9910 Dupont Circle Drive E., Ste. 200 Fort Wayne, IN 46825 transworks.com P: 260-487-4400; F: 260-487-4440

Monte Horst, Vice President of Sales & Marketing mhorst@celadontrucking.com 9503 E. 33rd St. Indianapolis, IN 46235 celadontrucking.com driveceladon.com P: 317-972-7000

Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900

Lean_Logistics@Transfreight.com 4000 Tulip Tree Drive Princeton, IN 47670

Transportation Management Systems (TMS), Supply Chain Execution (SCE), Cloud/SaaS Logistics Software and supply chain process consulting

Waypoint Global Carrie Kriech, Executive Vice President info@waypointglobal.com 8345 Clearvista Place, Ste. 350 Indianapolis, IN 46256 waypointglobal.com P: 844-827-8254; F: 866-571-5482

Intermodal Services Ace Cargo Dave Benbenek, President dispatch@acecargollc.com 3150 W. Morris St. Indianapolis, IN 46241 acecargollc.com P: 317-337-2067; F: 317-870-6025 Robert Bocko, Manager robert.bocko@chrobinson.com 10500 Kincaid Drive, Ste. 202 Fishers, IN 46037 chrobinson.com P: 866-416-6722; F: 317-594-1451 Trucking transportation brokers, truck loads, LTL, intermodal services

ContainerPort Group Inc. Geoff Smock, Regional Manager Business Development, Midwest Region geoff.smock@containerport.com 1420 W. Troy Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46221 contrainerport.com P: 630-441-3830 Common carrier, consolidators, container sales & rentals, contract carrier, container yard, drayage, heavy lifts, inspection services, motor carriers, piggyback rail yard CSX Intermodal 550 Water Street Jacksonville, FL 32202 intermodal.com 855-GROW-H2R CSX Intermodal go_intermodal@csx.com 501 S. County Rd. 800 E Avon, IN 46123 shipcsx.com 800-447-2269

Langham Logistics Rick Riedinger, Director of Operations 5335 W. 74th St. Indianapolis, IN 46268 elangham.com P: 317-506-5264; F: 317-471-5042 Warehouse, transportation, freight management

MLT Providers Tom Moore, Vice President tom@mltpro.com 103 E. Indiana Ave., Ste. A Valparaiso, IN 46383 mltpro.com P: 219-465-5100; F: 219-465-5188

Reliable Transportation Specialists Inc. Andrew Bozak, Director of Operations andyb@reliabletrans.com 139 Venturi Drive Chesterton, IN 46304 reliabletrans.com P: 219-926-8850; F: 219-926-5174

RJM Logistics John Boone, President johnboone@rjmlogistics.com 5700 W. Minnesota St., Ste. A-4 Indianapolis, IN 46237 rjmlogistics.com P: 317-803-2369; F: 317-502-8989 Service-disabled veteran-owned logistics provider, cargo van hotshot, sprinter hotshot, time definite delivery, residential delivery, warehouse/distribution, trade show, lift gate

Taylor Logistics Inc. Rex C. Taylor, President rex@taylordist.com 2875 E. Sharon Road Cincinnati, OH 45241 taylorlog.com P: 513-771-1850; F: 513-672-8572

TRANSPORT North America Chris Richter, General Manager customers@transportna.com P.O. Box 8522 Northfield, IL 60093 transportna.com P: 877-372-0875; F: 877-372-0875 Door-to-door domestic North American standard & expedited rail intermodal service in 20’/40’/45’ ocean container & 48’/53’ domestic dry & reefer containers/trailers

Triple Crown Services Co. Art Miller, Vice President, Sales & Marketing art.miller@triplecrownsvc.com 2720 Dupont Commerce Court Fort Wayne, IN 46825 triplecrownsvc.com P: 800-325-6510 Bimodal truckload transportation throughout the eastern two-thirds of United States and Ontario, Canada.

WWLALS (Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Abnormal Load Services) UK International Limited Jill Peacock, Group Marketing Manager jillian.peacock@als-europe.com 1501 Hedon Road, Kingston upon Hull East Riding of Yorkshire, HU9 5NX U.K. wwwlals.com P: +44 (0) 1482 796214 F: +44 (0) 1482 707650 Global logistics, project forwarding & out of gauge cargo specialist by road, rail, air & sea

Freight brokerage

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C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc.

Trucking, dedicated services, LTL consolidation, warehousing, intermodal, temperature controlled, local & regional, expedited, spotting services

Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

transfreight.com

FREIGHT SERVICES

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Packaging | Steamship Lines/Agents | Third Party Logistics

FREIGHT SERVICES

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Packaging A&R Logistics Gary Parker, Terminal Manager gparker@artransport.com 4800 Keystone Blvd. Jeffersonville, IN 47130 artransport.com P: 812-284-4493; F: 812-284-5455 Bulk plastic transport, plastic packaging & warehousing

Banneker Industries Junior Jabbie, Executive Manager, Business Development jjabbie@banneker.com 582 Great Road, Ste. 101 North Smithfield, RI 02896 banneker.com P: 401-692-0150; F: 401-534-0033 Value-added warehousing, kitting, inspection, procurement, packaging and fulfillment, distribution, consulting & onsite services

CSG Packaging Mirko Marich, President Mirko@contractservicegroup.com 2500 165th St. Hammond, IN 46320 contractservicegroup.com P: 219-989-3365; F: 219-989-3360 Co-packaging, storage, transloading, flexible packaging & shipping solutions

Exegistics Stephen Olds, President stephen.olds@exegistics.com 1101 W. Industrial Drive North Vernon, IN 47265 exegistics.com P: 847-353-3810; F: 888-703-5510 Distribution, value-added services, packaging, operational staffing, inbound/outbound rail operations

Goodwill Commercial Services Jim Humphrey, Vice President, Commercial Services & COO jhumphrey@goodwillindy.org 413 N. Tremont St. Indianapolis, IN 46222 goodwillbusiness.org P: 317-524-4204; F: 317-525-4524 Assembly, packaging, order fulfillment, kitting, inspection, light manufacturing, inventory management, on-site commercial cleaning

Kid Glove Service, Inc. Jim King, Vice President jking@kidglove.com 6550 E. 30th St. Indianapolis, IN 46219 kidglove.com P: 317-547-6550; F: 317-544-1470 Transportation, warehousing, fulfillment & packaging company

Logistick Inc. Jan Mannen, Vice President, Sales info@logistick.com 19880 State Line Road South Bend, IN 46637 logistick.com P: 800-758-5840; F: 574-271-2574 Freight securing devices

MAVPAK Laura Hayes, Market Segment Manager – Manufacturing 10412 Allisonville Road, Ste. 112 Fishers, IN 46038 mavpak.com P: 317-605-0260; F: 317-436-1381

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MD Logistics Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900 Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

Merchandise Warehouse Sharif Siddiq, Director of Sales & Marketing ssiddiq@mwindy.com 1414 S. West St. Indianapolis, IN 46225 mwindy.com P: 317-632-2525; F: 317-266-0784 Blast freezing, packaging, crossdock, rail service

Packaging Logic Inc. Richard Parrette, President & CEO rparrette@packaginglogic.com 239 Factory St. LaPorte, IN 46352 packaginglogic.com P: 219-326-1350; F: 219-326-1272 Corrugated packaging & wood crates, inner pack designed in foam, corrugated and related materials, packing customer products, development of set up kits and returnables

Perfect Pallets Inc. Amy Lathrop, Chief Operating Officer sales@perfectpallets.com 450 W. 16th Place Indianapolis, IN 46202 perfectpallets.com P: 888-553-5559; F: 317-924-5309 Plastic pallets - sales & lease, returnable services

SCSI (Supply Chain Services International) Jennifer Vandergraff, Site Manager usasales@scsinternational.com 1520 Kepner Drive Lafayette, IN 47905 scsinternational.com P: 765-243-6027; F: 765-449-7422 Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI), subasembly, packaging & repackaging; kitting/ sequencing

Shorr Packaging Chris Kernan info@shorr.com 9901 Kincaid Drive Fishers, IN 46037 shorr.com P: 317-845-3200 Packaging equipment & supply distribution

The Phoenix Group office@qstincorp.com 1543 W. Tipton Seymour, IN 47274 qstincorp.com P: 812-519-0157; F: 812-519-0161

Verst Group Logistics Mark A. Andrews, Vice President, Sales & Marketing mandrews@verstgroup.com 300 Shorland Drive Walton, KY 41094 verstgroup.com P: 859-379-1288, Ext. 1104 F: 859-379-1289

Victory Packaging Inc. Randy Davis, Sale Associate wrdavis@victorypackaging.com 7400 Trade Port Drive Louisville, KY 40258 victorypackaging.com P: 877-252-1996; F: 317-578-0166 Packaging solutions

Steamship Lines/Agents

Third Party Logistics

Algoma Central Corp.

All Points Logistics Inc.

63 Church St., Ste. 600 St. Catherines, Ontario L2R 3C4 Canada algonet.com

Jim King, Vice President jking@allpointslogisticsinc.com P.O. Box 19772 Indianapolis, IN 46219 allpointslogisticsinc.com P: 317-544-1484; F: 317-544-1472

C.H. Robinson - Evansville Branch Thomas Burkhardt, General Manager thomas.burkhardt@chrobinson.com 5155 Rosebud Lane Newburgh, IN 47630 chrobinson.com P: 812-842-0000; F: 812-842-0001 Rail services; trucking - bulk haul, flat bed, heavy haul, LTL, truckload, refrigerated, specialized, regional, national; trucking services; freight forwarders; heavy lift/ haulage; intermodal services; steamship lines/agents; 3PL; distribution centers

Canada Steamship Lines, a division of the CSL Group Inc. Mariève Tremblay, VP, Commercial info-canada@cslships.com 750 Square Victoria, 6th Fl. Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2K3 Canada cslships.com P: 514-982-3800; F: 514-982-3910 A division of The CSL Group; based in Montreal, Quebec with affiliate offices in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Hamilton, Ontario and Winnipeg, Manitoba. Vessels operate under the Canadian flag and are fully crewed by Canadians. Provides shipping solutions to customers.

Cargo Services Inc. Jefferson Clay, Director of Business Development jclay@cargos.com 7640 Miles Drive Indianapolis, IN 46231 cargos.com P: 317-244-9501; F: 317-244-9505

CSL Group info@cslmtl.com 759 Square Victoria, 6th Floor Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2K3 Canada cslmtl.com P: 514-982-3800; F: 514-982-3800

Fednav International Ltd. Suzanne Bleau-Myrand, Director, Marketing info@fednav.com 1000 de La Gauchetière Ouest, Ste. 3500 Montreal, QC H3B 4W5 Canada fednav.com P: 514-878-6500; F: 514-878-6642 International transportation of bulk & breakbulk cargoes

Interlake Steamship Co. Brendan P. O’Connor, Vice President boconnor@interlake-steamship.com 7300 Engle Road Middleburg Heights, OH 44130 interlake-steamship.com P: 440-260-6900; F: 440-260-6945

Maersk Line 2 Giralda Farms, Madison Ave. Madison, NJ 07940 maerskline.com P: 973-514-5000; F: 973-514-5410

Transportation, logistics, warehousing & packaging 3PL

Backhaul Direct LLC Nicholas J. Hoagland, COO nhoag@backhauldirect.com 1 Virginia Ave., Ste. 400 Indianapolis, IN 46204 backhauldirect.com P: 317-974-9125; F: 317-974-9126 Produce, refrigerated, dry van, flat bed brokerage, 4PL solutions

Cargo Services Inc. Jefferson Clay, Director of Business Development jclay@cargos.com 7640 Miles Drive Indianapolis, IN 46231 cargos.com P: 317-244-9501; F: 317-244-9505

Celadon Group Inc. Monte Horst, Vice President of Sales & Marketing mhorst@celadontrucking.com 9503 E. 33rd St. Indianapolis, IN 46235 celadontrucking.com; driveceladon.com P: 317-972-7000 Trucking, dedicated services, LTL consolidation, warehousing, intermodal, temperature controlled, local & regional, expedited, spotting services

Celadon Logistics Services logsales@celadonlogistics.com 9503 E. 33rd St. Indianapolis, IN 46235 celadonlogistics.com P: 800-235-2366 FTL (U.S., Canada, Mexico), LTL consolidation, warehousing, brokerage, customized 3PL services

Commercial Warehouse & Cartage Inc. Philip Talarico, Sales & Marketing ptalarico@cwclogon.com 3402 Meyer Road Fort Wayne, IN 46803 cwclogon.com P: 800-397-7825 Warehousing, trucking, cross-dock, third party logistics

Days Distribution & Logistics Tom Ridenour, General Manager tom@dayscorp.com 3304 Reedy Drive Elkhart, IN 46515 dayscorp.com P: 574-262-9525; F: 574-264-2276

Exegistics Stephen Olds, President stephen.olds@exegistics.com 1101 W. Industrial Drive North Vernon, IN 47265 exegistics.com P: 847-353-3810; F: 888-703-5510 Distribution, value-added services, packaging, operational staffing, inbound/outbound rail operations


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Ryder Distribution

Universal

Allie Knous, Sales allie@glorylogistics.com 2203 Patterson St., P.O. Box 585 Decatur, IN 46733 glorylogistics.net P: 877-574-4847; F: 260-724-3027

nadops@logisticsplus.net 1406 Peach St. Erie, PA 16501 logisticsplus.net P: 866-335-7623; F: 814-461-7645

Carole French, DC Manager 3500 W. CR 0 NS Frankfort, IN 46041 ryder.com P: 765-650-2150; F: 765-859-1026

Joe Goryl, Vice President jgoryl@goutsi.com 12755 E. 9 Mile Road Warren, MI 48089 goutsi.com P: 586-920-0100

3PL, warehousing services, dedicated customer service representatives, secure facility, long or short term storage, freight consolidation, cross docking, local cartage

HeLP Logistics Inc. Meredith Lord, President meredith.lord@helplogistics.com 1 Plaza Drive, Ste. 16 Pendleton, IN 46064 helplogistics.com P: 765-274-0515; F: 866-504-9621 WBENC certified 3PL. Expedite services 24/7/365. Primary focus on expedite, time critical shipments & specialized equipment (flatbed, temperature control, air charter & truckload freight services). New services international & domestic airfreight.

JAS Worldwide

Global freight forwarder

JAWCO Logistics/JACO Brokerage Jackson Scarborough, Planning Manager brokerage@jawcologistics.com 246-B America Place Jeffersonville, IN 47130 jawcologistics.com P: 812-725-9633; F: 812-725-9635 Warehousing, crossdocking, trailer wash-out, 3PL

Katoen Natie Midwest Inc. Facility Manager info@ktnusa.com 700 Chase St., #600 Gary, IN 46404 katoennatie.com P: 219-949-2620; F: 219-949-2618 Packaging, shipping & receiving, rail yard

Kelley Logistics info@kelleylogistics.com 25 S. Park Blvd. Greenwood, IN 46143 kelleylogistics.com P: 317-883-0136; F: 317-883-0141

Keystone Logistics Ken Cubberley, President kenc@keystonelogistics.net 1657 Commerce Drive South Bend, IN 46628 keystonelogistics.net P: 574-280-5353; F: 574-288-3454

Langham Logistics Rick Riedinger, Director of Operations 5335 W. 74th St. Indianapolis, IN 46268 elangham.com P: 317-506-5264; F: 317-471-5042 Warehouse, transportation, freight management

LDI Ltd. J.A. Lacy, President & CEO info@ldiltd.com 54 Monument Circle, Ste. 800 Indianapolis, IN 46204 ldiltd.com P: 317-237-5400

Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900 Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

Merchandise Warehouse Sharif Siddiq, Director of Sales & Marketing ssiddiq@mwindy.com 1414 S. West St. Indianapolis, IN 46225 mwindy.com P: 317-632-2525; F: 317-266-0784 Blast freezing, packaging, crossdock, rail service

Northern Continental Logistics Todd Harrett tharrett@nclworldwide.com 130 E. Main St. New Albany, IN 47150 nclworldwide.com P: 812-944-9488 Logistical support services, freight bill preaudit, carrier negotiations, web reporting, loss & damage claims filing and collection, operational support

OWLogistics - A div. of Oscar Winski Co. Inc. Alex Bluestein, Vice President bluesteina@oscarwinski.com 2407 N. 9th St. Road Lafayette, IN 47903 oscarwinski.com/owlogistics P: 765-742-1102; F: 765-423-4601 Contract warehousing and fulfillment

Panther Expedited Services Shad Tidler, Account Executive stidler@pantherexpedite.com 4940 Panther Parkway Seville, OH 44273 pantherexpedite.com P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649 Expedited ground and air services

Progressive Logistics Steven J. Wasser, Vice President of Operations swasser@progressivelogistics.com 861 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 progressivelogistics.com P: 317-351-5333; F: 317-351-5326 CSX rail siding, third party warehousing, food grade

ProTrans Barb Carothers, RFP Manager & Corporate Writer carothersb@protrans.com 8311 N. Perimeter Road Indianapolis, IN 46241 protrans.com P: 317-240-4100, 888-776-8726 F: 317-240-4101 Third-party logistics, LTL, warehousing

Ranger Enterprises LLC 2060 First Avenue Seymour, IN 47274 812-522-6000 ranger3pl.com Logistics and freight brokering

Schilli Transportation Services Inc. Misty Prickett, Sales mprickett@schilli.com 3535 Brady Lane Lafayette, IN 47909 schilli.com P: 765-448-3400; F: 765-471-4700 Warehousing, supply chain management, dedicated carriage, truck/trailer leasing and rental, trucking and transportation brokerage, warehouses equipped with 60,000 lb crane capacity

Warehousing A&R Logistics Gary Parker, Terminal Manager gparker@artransport.com 4800 Keystone Blvd. Jeffersonville, IN 47130 artransport.com P: 812-284-4493; F: 812-284-5455 Bulk plastic transport, plastic packaging & warehousing

SCSI (Supply Chain Services International)

ADS Logistics, Roll and Hold Division

Jennifer Vandergraff, Site Manager usasales@scsinternational.com 1520 Kepner Drive Lafayette, IN 47905 scsinternational.com P: 765-243-6027; F: 765-449-7422

All Points Logistics Inc.

Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI), subassembly, packaging & repackaging; kitting/ sequencing

Spot Freight Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357 TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Standard Forwarding Bill Dohner, Account Manager Bill.Dohner@StandardForwarding.com 215 S. Olive South Bend, IN 46619 standardforwarding.com P: 574-287-3754; F: 574-287-5838 Third party logistics services

Taylor Logistics Inc. Rex C. Taylor, President rex@taylordist.com 2875 E. Sharon Road Cincinnati, OH 45241 taylorlog.com P: 513-771-1850; F: 513-672-8572 Freight brokerage

The Phoenix Group office@qstincorp.com 1543 W. Tipton Seymour, IN 47274 qstincorp.com P: 812-519-0157; F: 812-519-0161

TOC Logistics International LLC Greg Scheevel, Director of Global Development sales@toclogistics.com 2601 Fortune Circle East Drive, Ste. 201B Indianapolis, IN 46241 toclogistics.com P: 317-759-2130; F: 317-329-6465 MBE, program-based transportation and supply chain management, global supplier optimization and consolidation, spend management

Total Quality Logistics Doug Fredley, Logistics Account Executive dfredley@tql.com P.O. Box 799 Cincinnati, OH 45150 tql.com P: 800-580-3101, ext. 51956 F: 513-965-7197

725 George Nelson Drive Portage, IN 46368 adslogistics.com P: 219-787-5015 Jim King, Vice President jking@allpointslogisticsinc.com P.O. Box 19772 Indianapolis, IN 46219 allpointslogisticsinc.com P: 317-544-1484; F: 317-544-1472 Transportation, logistics, warehousing & packaging 3PL

American Cold Storage Justin Simpson, Manager jksimpson@americancold.com 888 American Way Boonville, IN 47601 americancold.com P: 812-897-4714; F: 812-897-1687

American Wholesale Furniture Bill Korn, Owner info@awfco.com 430 S. Franklin Road Indianapolis, IN 46219 awfco.com P: 317-357-1951

Aptus Delivery Systems Lance Adams, CEO lance.adams@aptusdeliverysystems.com 2040 S. Lynhurst Drive, Ste. L Indianapolis, IN 46241 aptusdeliverysystems.com P: 317-390-0111; F: 317-390-0112

Aptus Delivery Systems Lance Adams, CEO lance.adams@aptusdeliverysystems.com 3230 Rosetta Place South Bend, IN 46628 aptusdeliverysystems.com P: 574-217-7587; F: 574-232-0069

Aptus Delivery Systems Lance Adams, CEO lance.adams@aptusdeliverysystems.com 5020 Investment Drive Fort Wayne, IN 46808 aptusdeliverysystems.com P: 260-744-1228; F: 260-744-6037 Warehousing, transportation, logistical order fulfillment, distribution, LTL, expedites, air freight, courier service, pool distribution

Banneker Industries Junior Jabbie, Executive Manager, Business Development jjabbie@banneker.com 582 Great Road, Ste. 101 North Smithfield, RI 02896 banneker.com P: 401-692-0150; F: 401-534-0033 Value-added warehousing, kitting, inspection, procurement, packaging and fulfillment, distribution, consulting & onsite services

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Jeff Piela, Business Development Manager jeffrey.piela@jas.com 1759 Linneman Road Mount Prospect, IL 60056 jas.com P: 312-982-1212

3PL

MD Logistics

FREIGHT SERVICES

Glory Logistics Inc.


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2016 Indiana Logistics Director y Bowman Logistics

Chase Street Industrial Center

FULLBEAUTY Brands

International Metals Processing

Dave Ebner, Chief Logistics Officer bowmanlogistics@dmbowman.com 4401 W. 62nd St. Indianapolis, IN 46268 bowmanlogistics.com P: 301-223-1007; F: 301-223-5968

Kathy Paxton, On-site Manager kpaxton@chisteel.com 700 Chase St. Gary, IN 46404 P: 219-944-4439; F: 219-977-4439 Foreign-Trade Zone, rail services

3003 Reeves Road Plainfield, IN 46168 fbbrands.com P: 317-713-5800

Matthew East, Marketing Manager meast@impllc.com 3131 N. Franklin Road Indianapolis, IN 46226 impllc.com P: 317-895-4141; F: 317-895-4142

70,000 sf warehouse space, 12 dock doors & 1 drive-in door

Contract Services Group

Nate Ghaim, President & CEO nate@hanzologistics.com 595 Perry Road, Ste. 108 Plainfield, IN 46168 hanzologistics.com P: 317-248-0580; F: 317-248-0579

Brunk LLC 803 Logan St. Goshen, IN 46528 brunk-ajp.com P: 800-227-4156; F: 574-533-0614

Celadon Group Inc. Monte Horst, Vice President of Sales & Marketing mhorst@celadontrucking.com 9503 E. 33rd St. Indianapolis, IN 46235 celadontrucking.com driveceladon.com P: 317-972-7000 Trucking, dedicated services, LTL consolidation, warehousing, intermodal, temperature controlled, local & regional, expedited, spotting services

Warehousing

Celadon Logistics Services logsales@celadonlogistics.com 9503 E. 33rd St. Indianapolis, IN 46235 celadonlogistics.com P: 800-235-2366 FTL (U.S., Canada, Mexico), LTL consolidation, warehousing, brokerage, customized 3PL services

Mirko Marich, President Mirko@contractservicegroup.com 2500 165th St. Hammond, IN 46320 contractservicegroup.com P: 219-989-3365, ext. 222 ISO 9001:2000 certified, transloading, warehousing, order picking, sequencing, small parts assembly, quality control support

Dot Foods 14600 Gateway Road Cambridge City, IN 47327 dotfoods.com P: 765-312-0100; F: 217-773-9496

Exegistics Stephen Olds, President stephen.olds@exegistics.com 1101 W. Industrial Drive North Vernon, IN 47265 exegistics.com P: 847-353-3810; F: 888-703-5510 Distribution, value-added services, packaging, operational staffing, inbound/outbound rail operations

FULLBEAUTY Brands 2300 Southeastern Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46201 fbbrands.com P: 317-266-3300

Web/Catalog distribution

Hanzo Logistics Inc.

Warehousing, distribution, transportation

Indianapolis Industrial Center Don Foley, Jr., President dfoley@indyindustrialcenter.com 3000 S. Shelby St. Office: 1414 S. West St., 2nd Floor, Ste. 7 Indianapolis, IN 46227 indianapolis-industrial-center.com P: 317-602-8639; F: 317-266-0784 Warehouse leasing; total square footage: 180,000 sq. ft., active rail spur with service from CSX, INRD and CN; interior rail and truck sidings; interior bridge cranes; rail reload services

Ingram Micro Mobility Robert J. Laikin, CEO info@BrightPoint.com 7645 Interactive Way, Ste. 200 Indianapolis, IN 46278 mobility.ingrammicro.com P: 317-707-2355; F: 317-707-2512

Category

Web/Catalog distribution

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Interstate Warehousing Inc. Tony Thoma, Regional Manager tippsales@tippmanngroup.com 1401 S. Keystone Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46203 tippmanngroup.com P: 317-781-4285; F: 317-781-4292 Refrigerated/frozen warehouse; corporate office in Fort Wayne

Interstate Warehousing Inc. Tony Thoma, Regional Manager tippsales@tippmanngroup.com 700 Bartram Parkway Franklin, IN 46131 tippmanngroup.com P: 317-738-5100; F: 317-738-5107 Refrigerated/frozen warehouse; corporate office in Fort Wayne

Interstate Warehousing Inc. Corporate Office Steve Tippmann, Executive Vice President tippsales@tippmanngroup.com 9009 Coldwater Road Fort Wayne, IN 46825 tippmanngroup.com P: 260-490-3000; F: 260-490-1362


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Pillow Express Logistics

ProTrans

Jim King, Vice President jking@kidglove.com 6550 E. 30th St. Indianapolis, IN 46219 kidglove.com P: 317-547-6550; F: 317-544-1470

Shad Tidler, Account Executive stidler@pantherexpedite.com 4940 Panther Parkway Seville, OH 44273 pantherexpedite.com P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Transportation, warehousing, fulfillment & packaging company

Expedited ground and air services

G. Eddie Pillow, Vice President epillow@pillowlogistics.com 4005 Vincennes Road Indianapolis, IN 46268 pillowlogistics.com P: 317-415-4000, 888-884-0888 F: 317-415-4009

Barb Carothers, RFP Manager & Corporate Writer carothersb@protrans.com 8311 N. Perimeter Road Indianapolis, IN 46241 protrans.com P: 317-240-4100, 888-776-8726 F: 317-240-4101

Langham Logistics Rick Riedinger, Director of Operations 5335 W. 74th St. Indianapolis, IN 46268 elangham.com P: 317-506-5264; F: 317-471-5042 Warehouse, transportation, freight management

Marengo Warehouse info@marengowarehouse.com P.O. Box 304 Marengo, IN 47140 marengowarehouse.com P: 812-365-9616

Perry County Port Authority Alvin C. Evans, President & CEO alvin@pcrailport.net 926 S. Boundary St.; P.O. Box 423 Tell City, IN 47586 pcrailport.com P: 812-547-3586; F: 812-547-6266 Multi-modal transportation, warehousing

Courier logistics services, same-day, expedited, medical, office supplies, mail, warehouse staffing services, mail room management services, fulfillment and distribution services

Progressive Logistics Steven J. Wasser, Vice President of Operations swasser@progressivelogistics.com 861 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 progressivelogistics.com P: 317-351-5333; F: 317-351-5326 CSX rail siding, third party warehousing, food grade

Third-party logistics, LTL, warehousing

Schilli Transportation Services Inc. Misty Prickett, Sales mprickett@schilli.com 3535 Brady Lane Lafayette, IN 47909 schilli.com P: 765-448-3400; F: 765-471-4700 Warehousing, supply chain management, dedicated carriage, truck/trailer leasing and rental, trucking and transportation brokerage, warehouses equipped with 60,000 lb crane capacity

MD Logistics

Warehousing

Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900

FREIGHT SERVICES

Kid Glove Service, Inc.

Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

Merchandise Warehouse Sharif Siddiq, Director of Sales & Marketing ssiddiq@mwindy.com 1414 S. West St. Indianapolis, IN 46225 mwindy.com P: 317-632-2525; F: 317-266-0784 Blast freezing, packaging, crossdock, rail service

Metals USA, Ohio River Metal Services Marty Finerty, Plant Manager mfinerty@metalsusa.com 5150 Loop Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 metalsusa.com P: 812-282-4770; F: 812-282-5873 Metals processor, distributor, stevedoring

Mox Warehouse Steve Mox, Owner mox111@earthlink.net 2421 S. Nappanee St. Elkhart, IN 46516 moxwarehouse.net P: 574-389-9195; F: 574-296-7417

Old Dominion Freight Lines Michael J. Cooke, Global Sales Manager - Ohio Valley michael.cooke@odfl.com 5500 W. 47th St. Chicago, IL 60638 odfl.com P: 708-548-0179 LTL, freight forwarding, warehousing, airfreight

P&B Trucking Inc. Bob Knous, President bob@pbtrucking.net 2203 Patterson St. Decatur, IN 46733 pbtrucking.com P: 260-728-4314; F: 260-728-4068 Regional and long-haul transportation, local shuffles, warehousing, secure facility, long and short term storage, freight consolidation, cross docking, local cartage, brokerage services

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FREIGHT Subhead SERVICES

Jennifer Vandergraff, Site Manager usasales@scsinternational.com 1520 Kepner Drive Lafayette, IN 47905 scsinternational.com P: 765-243-6027; F: 765-449-7422 Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI), subassembly, packaging & repackaging, kitting/ sequencing

SE Warehousing & Logistics Bill Honey, President bill.honey@sewarehousing.com 3250 North Post Road Indianapolis, IN 46226 sewarehousing.com P: 317-899-4300; F: 317-899-4301

Taylor Logistics Inc. Rex C. Taylor, President rex@taylordist.com 2875 E. Sharon Road Cincinnati, OH 45241 taylorlog.com P: 513-771-1850; F: 513-672-8572

Three Rivers Warehousing

Tri-Union Express Inc.

Warehouse Services Inc.

Jim Jackson, Manager manager@3rwarehousing.com 2120 E. Washington Blvd., Ste. B Fort Wayne, IN 46803 3rwarehousing.com P: 260-422-7588; F: 260-422-2728

David Parchem, Chief Operations Officer dave@triunion.com 1939 N. Lafayette Court Griffith, IN 46319 triunion.com P: 219-838-4411; F: 219-838-1680

Barry Cox, President, COO barrycox@WSI-ISMI.com P.O. Box 608 Mount Vernon, IN 47620 wsionline.com P: 812-831-4053; F: 812-831-4102

TOC Logistics International LLC Greg Scheevel, Director of Global Development sales@toclogistics.com 2601 Fortune Circle East Drive, Ste. 201B Indianapolis, IN 46241 toclogistics.com P: 317-759-2130; F: 317-329-6465 MBE, program-based transportation and supply chain management, global supplier optimization and consolidation, spend management

Tristate Warehousing Inc.

Freight brokerage

Jason Ludwig, Vice President info@tristatewarehousing.com 2500 W. State Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46808 tristatewarehousing.com P: 260-436-2010; F: 260-432-4677

The Phoenix Group

Food grade certified, labor intensive projects, in-house freight/logistics company

office@qstincorp.com 1543 W. Tipton Seymour, IN 47274 qstincorp.com P: 812-519-0157; F: 812-519-0161

AVIATION

Category

Warehousing

SCSI (Supply Chain Services International)

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Container loading/unloading, customized receiving reports and coils, skids, plate, bar storage

Venture Logistics Doug Williams, President info@venlog.com 1101 Harding Court Indianapolis, IN 46217 venlog.com P: 317-787-1101; F: 317-787-1102

Verst Group Logistics Mark A. Andrews, Vice President, Sales & Marketing mandrews@verstgroup.com 300 Shorland Drive Walton, KY 41094 verstgroup.com P: 859-379-1288, Ext. 1104 F: 859-379-1289

WATCO Terminals & Port Services Brad Seese, Manager brad_seese@watco.com 5146 Loop Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 watco.com P: 812-282-4938

Wheels Assured Logistics Gary W. Giles P.O. Box 47364 Indianapolis, IN 46247 wheelsassured.com P: 317-322-1919; F: 317-322-2074


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A skilled workforce is a valuable asset to any economy and serves as the foundation that keeps business moving. Indiana institutions offer the opportunity to specialize in logistics whether individuals are interested in a two- or four-year program, a business degree, associate’s degree, on-the-job training or involvement in trade associations. Indiana schools and training facilities are working to empower the future logistics workforce and provide companies with valuable employees for years to come.

Universities, Colleges, Training Centers Anderson University

Ball State University Terry King, Acting President info@bsu.edu 2000 W. University Ave. Muncie, IN 47306 bsu.edu P: 765-289-1241

Bethel College Gregg Chenoweth, President 1001 W. McKinley Ave. Mishawaka, IN 46545 bethelcollege.edu P: 574-259-8511

Butler University James Danko, President 4600 Sunset Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46208 butler.edu P: 800-368-6852

Center of Workforce Innovations Linda Woloshansky, President & CEO lwolo@innovativeworkforce.com 2804 Boilermaker Court, Ste. E Valparaiso, IN 46383 innovativeworkforce.com P: 219-462-2940; F: 219-465-6860 Innovative, customized training solutions for the logistics workforce; assistance with training grants, skill assessment & recruitment

Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana Christy Gillenwater, President & CEO chamberinfo@ccswin.com 318 Main St., Ste. 401 Evansville, IN 47708 ccswin.com P: 812-425-8147; F: 812-421-5883 Public policy advocacy, business start-up & expansion assistance, networking events, training seminars, member discounts & workforce assistance

Goshen College

David Holt, Vice President, Operations, Business Development dholt@conexusindiana.com 111 Monument Circle, Ste. 1800 Indianapolis, IN 46204 conexusindiana.com P: 317-638-2108; F: 317-638-2110

James E. Brenneman, Ph.D., President 1700 S. Main St. Goshen, IN 46526 goshen.edu P: 800-348-7422

DePauw University Brian W. Casey, President P.O. Box 37 Greencastle, IN 46135 depauw.edu P: 765-658-4800

Earlham College David Dawson, President 801 National Road W. Richmond, IN 47374 earlham.edu P: 765-983-1200

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Debbie Stewart, Associate Campus Director indianapolis@erau.edu 5726 Professional Circle Indianapolis, IN 46241 erau.edu P: 317-487-6281; F: 317-487-6284 Certificate, associate, bachelor’s, master’s, Doctoral degree programs and professional education

Franklin College Thomas J. Minar, Ph.D., President 101 Branigin Blvd. Franklin, IN 46131 franklincollege.edu P: 317-738-8000

Global Supply Chain Management Initiative Dr. Ananth Iyer, Director gscmi@purdue.edu 403 W. State St. West Lafayette, IN 47907 gscmi.org P: 765-494-4322 Custom executive SCM education programs; assistance with supply chain issues; access to SCM students; annual fall & spring conferences

Hanover College Lake Lambert, Ph.D., President 359 LaGrange Road Hanover, IN 47243 hanover.edu P: 812-866-7000

Harrison College Dr. James Hutton, President 500 N. Meridian St., Ste. 500 Indianapolis, IN 46204 harrison.edu P: 317-447-6000 Associate of Science degree in logistics

Holy Cross College

Indiana University - Kelley School of Business Idalene Kesner, Dean 801 W. Michigan St. Indianapolis, IN 46202 kelley.iupui.edu P: 317-274-2481; F: 317-274-2482

Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne Vicky L. Carwein, Chancellor 2101 E. Coliseum Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46805 ipfw.edu P: 260-481-4739

Ivy Tech Community College Anderson 104 W. 53rd St. Anderson, IN 46013 ivytech.edu P: 765-643-7133

Rev. Philip L. Boroughs, S.J., President info@hcc-nd.edu 54515 State Road 933 N. Notre Dame, IN 46556 hcc-nd.edu P: 574-239-8400

Ivy Tech Community College Bloomington

Huntington University

Ivy Tech Community College Columbus

Dr. Sherilyn Emberton, President 2303 College Ave. Huntington, IN 46750 huntington.edu P: 260-356-6000

Indiana State University Randy Peters, Ph.D., Department Interim Chair & Associate Professor randy.peters@indstate.edu AETM Dept., TC 201 College of Technology Terre Haute, IN 47809 technology.indstate.edu/aetm P: 812-237-3377; F: 812-237-4527

Indiana University Michael A. McRobbie, President 107 S. Indiana Ave. Bloomington, IN 47405 indiana.edu P: 812-855-4848

Universities, Colleges, Training Centers

John S. Pistole, President info@anderson.edu 1100 E. Fifth St. Anderson, IN 46012 anderson.edu P: 800-428-6414

Conexus Indiana

EDUCATION/WORKFORCE

EDUCATION/WORKFORCE

200 Daniels Way Bloomington, IN 47404 ivytech.edu P: 812-330-6350

4475 Central Ave. Columbus, IN 47203 ivytech.edu P: 812-374-5123

Ivy Tech Community College East Chicago 410 E. Columbus Drive East Chicago, IN 46312 ivytech.edu P: 219-392-3600

Ivy Tech Community College Elkhart 2521 Industrial Parkway Elkhart, IN 46516 ivytech.edu P: 574-293-4657

Ivy Tech Community College Evansville Dr. Daniel L. Schenk, Chancellor 3501 N. First Ave. Evansville, IN 47710 ivytech.edu P: 812-429-1465; F: 812-429-1495

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Category

| Personnel/Workforce Development

Subhead EDUCATION/WORKFORCE

2016 Indiana Logistics Director y Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne

Ivy Tech Community College Terre Haute

3800 N. Anthony Blvd. Fort Wayne, IN 46805 ivytech.edu P: 260-482-9171

8000 S. Education Drive Terre Haute, IN 47802 ivytech.edu P: 812-299-1121

Ivy Tech Community College - Gary

Ivy Tech Community College Valparaiso

1440 E. 35th Ave. Gary, IN 46409 ivytech.edu P: 219-981-1111

Ivy Tech Community College Kokomo 1815 E. Morgan St. Kokomo, IN 46903 ivytech.edu P: 800-459-0561

Ivy Tech Community College Lafayette 3101 S. Creasy Lane Lafayette, IN 47903 ivytech.edu P: 765-269-5100

Ivy Tech Community College Lawrenceburg 50 Walnut Drive Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 ivytech.edu P: 812-537-4010

Ivy Tech Community College Logansport 2815 E. Market St. Logansport, IN 46947 ivytech.edu P: 866-753-5102

Ivy Tech Community College Madison 590 Ivy Tech Drive Madison, IN 47250 ivytech.edu P: 812-265-2580

Ivy Tech Community College Marion 261 S. Commerce Drive Marion, IN 46953 ivytech.edu P: 765-651-3100

Ivy Tech Community College Michigan City 3714 Franklin Michigan City, IN 46360 ivytech.edu P: 219-879-9137

Ivy Tech Community College Muncie 4301 S. Cowan Road Muncie, IN 47307 ivytech.edu P: 765-289-2291

Ivy Tech Community College Richmond 2357 Chester Blvd. Richmond, IN 47374 ivytech.edu P: 765-966-2656

Ivy Tech Community College Sellersburg 8204 Highway 311 Sellersburg, IN 47172 ivytech.edu P: 812-246-3301

Ivy Tech Community College South Bend 220 Dean Johnson Blvd. South Bend, IN 46601 ivytech.edu P: 574-289-7001 62

3100 Ivy Tech Drive Valparaiso, IN 46383 ivytech.edu P: 219-464-8514

Ivy Tech Community College Warsaw 3755 Lake City Highway Warsaw, IN 46580 ivytech.edu P: 574-267-5428

Ivy Tech Corporate College Sherm Johnson, Executive Director, Corporate College sjohnson311@ivytech.edu 50 W. Fall Creek Parkway, N. Drive Indianapolis, IN 46208 ivytech.edu P: 317-917-5713

L.L. Waters Scholarship Foundation/ Fund David Yeley, Supply Chain Operations Purchasing dyeley@iuhealth.org Indiana University Health Gateway Plaza, Ste. 1200 950 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 P: 317-962-9959; F: 317-962-5228 Transportation/logistics/supply chain management national scholarship foundation/fund

Manchester University David McFadden, President 604 E. College Ave. N. Manchester, IN 46962 manchester.edu P: 800-852-6000

Marian University Daniel J. Elsener, President 3200 Cold Spring Road Indianapolis, IN 46222 marian.edu P: 317-955-6000; F: 317-955-6448

Martin University Eugene White, President info@martin.edu 2171 Avondale Place Indianapolis, IN 46218 martin.edu P: 317-543-5125; F: 317-543-4790

Purdue University Mitchell E. Daniels, President 610 Purdue Mall Hovde Hall, Rm. 200 West Lafayette, IN 47907 purdue.edu P: 765-494-9708

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Jim Conwell, President 5500 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, IN 47803 rose-hulman.edu P: 812-877-1511

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College Dottie L. King, Ph.D., President 1 St. Mary of the Woods College Saint Mary of the Woods, IN 47876 smwc.edu P: 812-535-5151

Saint Mary’s College

Valparaiso University

Janet Cervelli, President Notre Dame, IN 46556 saintmarys.edu P: 574-284-4000

Mark A. Heckler, Ph.D., President 1700 Chapel Drive Valparaiso, IN 46383 valpo.edu P: 219-464-5000

Supply Chain Management Academy Carl Briggs, Ph.D., Director briggsc@indiana.edu 1309 E. 10th St. Bloomington, IN 47405 kelleyacademies.com/scgma/ P: 812-855-3489

Taylor University Eugene B. Habecker, President 236 W. Reade Ave. Upland, IN 46989 taylor.edu P: 800-822-3456

Trine University Earl D. Brooks II, Ph.D., President 1 University Ave. Angola, IN 46703 trine.edu P: 260-665-4100

Tri-State Manufacturers’ Alliance (A program of the Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana) 318 Main St., Ste. 401 Evansville, IN 47708 ccswin.com P: 812-425-8147; F: 812-421-5883 Quarterly manufacturing events, plant tours, peer groups, networking opportunities & best practice sharing for manufacturing companies & support businesses, including freight forwarders, distributors and educators

Tri-State World Trade Network (a program of the Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana) 318 Main St., Ste. 401 Evansville, IN 47708 ccswin.com P: 812-425-8147; F: 812-421-5883 Seminars, workshops, networking opportunities, the Chamber’s Go Global Initiative – all designed to promote a shared interest in the development of international trade in the Tri-State

University of Evansville Thomas A. Kazee, President uepresident@evansville.edu 1800 Lincoln Ave. Evansville, IN 47722 evansville.edu P: 812-488-2000

University of Indianapolis Robert L. Manuel, President 1400 E. Hanna Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46227 uindy.edu P: 800-232-8634

University of Notre Dame Rev. John I. Jenkins, President Notre Dame, IN 46556 nd.edu P: 574-631-5000

University of Southern Indiana Linda L. M. Bennett, President 8600 University Blvd. Evansville, IN 47712 usi.edu P: 812-464-8600

University of St. Francis Sr. M. Elise Kriss, OSF, President 2701 Spring St. Fort Wayne, IN 46808 sf.edu P: 800-729-4732

Vincennes University Logistics Training & Education Center James E. Dolan, Director jdolan@vinu.edu 853 S. Columbia Road, Ste. 151 Plainfield, IN 46168 vulogistics.com P: 317-381-6028

Wabash College Gregory D. Hess, President 410 W. Wabash Ave. Crawfordsville, IN 47933 wabash.edu P: 765-361-6100

Personnel/Workforce Development Center of Workforce Innovations Linda Woloshansky, President & CEO lwolo@innovativeworkforce.com 2804 Boilermaker Court, Ste. E Valparaiso, IN 46383 innovativeworkforce.com P: 219-462-2940; F: 219-465-6860 Innovative, customized training solutions for the logistics workforce; assistance with training grants, skill assessment & recruitment

Conexus Indiana David Holt, Vice President of Operations and Business Development dholt@conexusindiana.com 111 Monument Circle, Ste. 1800 Indianapolis, IN 46204 conexusindiana.com P: 317-638-2108; F: 317-638-2110

Department of Workforce Development Steven J. Braun, Commissioner askdwdcommissioner@dwd.in.gov 10 N. Senate Indianapolis, IN 46204 in.gov/dwd P: 317-233-5661

Driving Ambition Jeremy Reymer, President & CEO jreymer@da-drivers.com 8250 Haverstick Road, Ste. 200 Indianapolis, IN 46240 drivingambitioninc.com P: 317-352-0306; F: 317-352-0766 CDL driver staffing agency

Elwood Staffing Services Dave Meyercord, Senior Vice President dave.meyercord@elwoodstaffing.com 4111 Central Ave. Columbus, IN 47202 elwoodstaffing.com P: 812-372-6200; F: 812-378-9105

EmployIndy Brooke Huntington, President & CEO jbrown@employindy.org 115 W. Washington St., Ste. 450S Indianapolis, IN 46204 employindy.org P: 317-639-4441; F: 317-639-0103


w w w. i n d i a n a l o g i s t i c s . c o m Stephen Olds, President stephen.olds@exegistics.com 1101 W. Industrial Drive North Vernon, IN 47265 exegistics.com P: 847-353-3810; F: 888-703-5510 Distribution, value-added services, packaging, operational staffing, inbound/outbound rail operations

JobsInLogistics.com Sean Horton, Manager, Business Development sean@jobsinlogistics.com 2424 Graysford Drive Indianapolis, IN 46234 jobsinlogistics.com P: 317-672-2988 Recruitment solutions

North American Crane Certification Jason Albertson, Vice President jalbertson@gatewaybuilding.com 2138 West Main Ave. West Fargo, ND 58078 my.vinu.edu/crane-institute-certification1 P: 701-412-7727; F: 701-235-1690 Mobile crane training, overhead/gantry, inspection services

Perry County Development Corp. Alvin C. Evans, President & CEO alvin@pickperry.com 601 Main St., Ste. A Tell City, IN 47586 pickperry.com P: 812-547-8377; F: 812-547-8378

Southwest Indiana Chamber

Staff Source Christine A. Wallace, President, Business Development & Client Quality Assurance cwallace@staffsourceusa.com 2500 165th St. Hammond, IN 46320 staffsourceusa.com P: 219-989-9675; F: 219-989-3360 Provide clients quality workers and immediate staffing assistance. Available 24/7/365. Large database of highly qualified workers.

Top Talent LLC Mike Monson, President/CEO mike@toptalentinlogistics.com 17520 Dartown Road, #905 Westfield, IN 46074 toptalentinlogistics.com P: 317-758-0851; F: 317-581-9811 Logistics recruiting, 3PL

Trade Associations Agribusiness Council of Indiana Kelli Waggoner, Executive Director kwaggoner@inagribiz.org P.O. Box 203 Zionsville, IN 46077 inagribiz.org P: 317-989-8142; F: 888-542-2928 Agribusiness economic development

Airforwarders Assoc. Brandon Fried, Executive Director bfried@airforwarders.org 750 National Press Building 529 14th St., NW, Ste. 750 Washington, DC 20045 airforwarders.org P: 202-591-2456; F: 202-223-9741

hq@aaei.org 1050 17th St. N.W., Ste. 810 Washington, DC 20036 aaei.org P: 202-857-8009; F: 202-857-7843

American Assoc. of Port Authorities Kurt J. Nagle, President info@aapa-ports.org 1010 Duke St. Alexandria, VA 22314 aapa-ports.org P: 703-684-5700; F: 703-684-6321

American Concrete Pavement Assoc. - Indiana Chapter Patrick Long, Director of Marketing & Promotion plong@pavement.com One N. Capitol Ave., Ste. 480 Indianapolis, IN 46204 indianaconcretepavement.com P: 317-634-8989; F: 317-634-8988 Concrete/pavement

American Short Line and Regional Railroad Assoc. Richard F. Timmons, President & Treasurer rftimmons@aslrra.org 50 F St. N.W., Ste. 7020 Washington, DC 20001 aslrra.org P: 202-628-4500; F: 202-628-6430

American Society of Transportation & Logistics info@astl.org 8430 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Ste. 1000 Chicago, IN 60631 astl.org P: 773-355-4900; F: 773-355-4888

American Trucking Assoc. atamembership@trucking.org 950 N. Glebe Road, Ste. 210 Arlington, VA 22203 trucking.org P: 703-838-1700

APICS Central Indiana Richard Bayley, President president@apics-cind.org 8520 Allison Pointe Blvd., Ste. 220 Indianapolis, IN 46250 apics-cind.org P: 317-472-1228 Global leader & premier source of knowledge in operations management, production, inventory, supply chain, materials management, purchasing & logistics

APICS Supply Chain Council service@apics.org 8430 W. Bryn Mawr Ave., Ste. 1000 Chicago, IL 60631 apics.org P: 773-867-1777; F: 773-639-3000

Assoc. for High Technology Distribution Leigha Schatzman, Interim Executive Director leigha.schatzman@ahtd.org N19 W24400 Riverwood Drive Waukesha, WI 53188 ahtd.org P: 262-696-3645; F: 262-696-3646

Assoc. of American Railroads Edward R. Hamberger, President & CEO 425 Third St. S.W., Ste. 1000 Washington, DC 20024 aar.org P: 202-639-2100; F: 202-639-2286

Aviation Assoc. of Indiana

Indiana Soybean Alliance

dRolfsen@WSWI.com 135 N. Pennsylvania, Ste. 1175 Indianapolis, IN 46204 aviationindiana.org P: 317-916-4300; F: 317-638-7976

Jane Ade Stevens, CEO 8425 Keystone Crossing, Ste. 200 Indianapolis, IN 46240 indianasoybean.com P: 317-347-3620; F: 317-347-3626

Build Indiana Council

Institute of Packaging Professionals

Vicki Kitchin, Executive Director One North Capitol Ave., Ste. 1005 Indianapolis, IN 46204 buildindianacouncil.org P: 317-634-4774; F: 317-637-8791

info@iopp.org 1833 Centre Point Circle, Ste. 123 Naperville, IL 60563 iopp.org P: 630-544-5050; F: 630-544-5055

Conexus Indiana

Institute of Transportation Engineers

David Holt, Vice President, Operations, Business Development dholt@conexusindiana.com 111 Monument Circle, Ste. 1800 Indianapolis, IN 46204 conexusindiana.com P: 317-638-2108; F: 317-638-2110

Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals Burt Blanchard, Director, Business Development bblanchard@cscmp.org 333 E. Butterfield Road, Ste. 140 Lombard, IL 60148 cscmp.org P: 630-574-0985; F: 630-574-0989 Professional association, educational workshops, webinars, on-site educational programs

Fabricators & Manufacturers Assoc. Intl. info@fmanet.org 833 Featherstone Road Rockford, IL 61107 fmanet.org P: 888-394-4362

Independent Distributors Assoc. info@idaparts.org 3030 LBJ Freeway, Ste. 700 Dallas, TX 75234 idaparts.org P: 972-241-1124; F: 214-722-7658

Indiana Construction Assoc. Charles V. Kahl, President ica@inconstruction.org One North Capitol Ave., Ste. 1000 Indianapolis, IN 46204 inconstruction.org P: 317-472-6777; F: 317-472-6767

Indiana Construction Assoc. Southwest Indiana Office Bridget Martin, Southwest Indiana Liaison bmartin@inconstruction.org 318 Main St., Ste. 401 Evansville, IN 47708 inconstruction.org P: 812-477-0881; F: 812-421-5883

Indiana Corn Marketing Council Jane Ade Stevens, CEO 8425 Keystone Crossing, Ste. 200 Indianapolis, IN 46240 incorn.org P: 317-347-3620; F: 317-347-3626

Indiana Manufacturers Assoc. Brian Burton, President & CEO bburton@imaweb.com 101 W. Washington St., Ste. 1050 E Indianapolis, IN 46204 imaweb.com P: 317-632-2474; F: 317-231-2320

Indiana Motor Truck Assoc. Gary Langston, President gary@intrucking.org One North Capitol Ave., Ste. 460 Indianapolis, IN 46204 intrucking.org P: 317-630-4682; F: 317-630-0072

ite_staff@ite.org 1627 Eye St., NW, Ste. 600 Washington, DC 20006 ite.org P: 202-785-0060; F: 202-785-0609

Intermodal Assoc. of North America Jim Morrow, Assistant Vice President, Membership iana@intermodal.org 11785 Beltsville Drive, Ste. 1100 Calverton, MD 20705 intermodal.org P: 301-982-3400; F: 301-982-4815

International Air Transport Assoc. corpcomms@iata.org 601 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., Ste. 300 North Building Washington, DC 20004 iata.org P: 202-628-9292; F: 202-628-9448

International Longshoremenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Assoc. Richard Ponda, Business Agent ILA2830@aol.com 6031 Melton Road, U.S. 20 Portage, IN 46368 ilaindiana.org P: 219-764-9715; F: 219-764-9723 Maritime labor union

International Warehouse Logistics Assoc. email@iwla.com 2800 S. River Road, Ste. 260 Des Plaines, IL 60018 iwla.com P: 847-813-4699; F: 847-813-0115

L.L. Waters Scholarship Foundation/ Fund David Yeley, Supply Chain Operations Purchasing dyeley@iuhealth.org Indiana University Health Gateway Plaza, Ste. 1200 950 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 P: 317-962-9959; F: 317-962-5228 Transportation/logistics/supply chain management national scholarship foundation/fund

Lake Carriers Assoc. Glen Nekvasil, Vice President Nekvasil@lcaships.com 20325 Center Ridge Road, Ste. 720 Rocky River, OH 44116 lcaships.com P: 440-333-9996; F: 440-333-9993

Material Handling Industry of America George Prest, CEO gprest@mhi.org 8720 Red Oak Blvd., Ste. 201 Charlotte, NC 28217 mhia.org P: 704-676-1190; F: 704-676-1199

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Personnel/Workforce Development | Trade Associations

Christy Gillenwater, President & CEO chamberinfo@swichamber.com 318 Main St., Ste. 401 Evansville, IN 47708 swinchamber.com P: 812-425-8147; F: 812-421-5883

American Assoc. of Exporters and Importers

EDUCATION/WORKFORCE

Exegistics


National Assoc. of Small Trucking Companies

Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Assoc.

SOLE - The International Society of Logistics

United States Great Lakes Shipping Assoc.

David Owen, President david.owen@nastc.com 104 Stuart Drive Hendersonville, TN 37075 nastc.com P: 800-264-8580; F: 615-451-0041

ooida@ooida.com 1 N.W. OOIDA Drive Grain Valley, MO 64029 ooida.com P: 800-444-5791

solehq@erols.com 14625 Baltimore Ave., Ste. 303 Laurel, MD 20707 sole.org P: 301-459-8446; F: 301-459-1522

National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Assoc. of America Inc.

Propeller Club of Evansville, Indiana Ronald Kolb, President contact@propellerclubofevansville.org P.O. Box 3022 Evansville, IN 47730 propellerclubofevansivlle.org P: 270-925-9551

Specialized Carriers & Rigging Assoc.

Stuart Theis, Executive Director theismarine@roadrunner.com 8941 Ohio Place Highland, IN 46322 usglsa.org P: 440-357-9104; F: 440-357-9105

membadmin@ncbfaa.org 1200 18th St. N.W., Ste. 901 Washington, DC 20036 ncbfaa.org P: 202-466-0222; F: 202-466-0226

National Motor Freight Traffic Assoc. customerservice@nmfta.org 1001 N. Fairfax St., Ste. 600 Alexandria, VA 22314 nmfta.org P: 703-838-1810; F: 703-683-6296

North American Rail Shippers Assoc. Carrie Foor, Executive Director nars@railshippers.com 40W815 S. Bridle Creek Dr. St. Charles, IL 60175 railshippers.com P: 630-386-1366; F: 866-746-0071

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Non-profit organization open to individuals & businesses interested in promoting & supporting strong merchant marine & fostering international trade

Shipbuilders Council of America Matthew Paxton, President matthew.paxton@arlaw.com 20 F St., NW, Ste. 500 Washington, DC 20001 shipbuilders.org P: 202-737-3234

info@scranet.org 5870 Trinity Parkway, Ste. 200 Centreville, VA 20120 scranet.org P: 703-698-0291; F: 703-698-0297

The International Air Cargo Assoc. secgen@tiaca.org P.O. Box 661510 Miami, FL 33266 tiaca.org P: 786-265-7011; F: 786-265-7012

Truckload Carriers Assoc. tca@truckload.org 555 E. Braddock Road Alexandria, VA 22314 truckload.org P: 703-838-1950; F: 703-836-6610

Women in Trucking Assoc. Inc. Ellen Voie, President & CEO ellen@womenintrucking.org P.O. Box 400 Plover, WI 54467 womenintrucking.org P: 888-464-9482; F: 715-341-9010

World Trade Club of Indiana admin@wtcin.net P.O. Box 441704 Indianapolis, IN 46204 wtcin.net P: 317-971-2638


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ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Economic development organizations play a key role in local economies by helping to attract new businesses and investments, and also provide existing companies with support to grow business and navigate obstacles. Economic development support is available through statewide and local organizations, utilities, government and quasigovernment entities. The following organizations can provide various programs to help businesses grow including foreign-trade zones, economic incentives, specialized financing, infrastructure and more.

Foreign-Trade Zones TOC Logistics International LLC Greg Scheevel, Director of Global Development sales@toclogistics.com 2601 Fortune Circle East Drive, Ste. 201B Indianapolis, IN 46241 toclogistics.com P: 317-759-2130; F: 317-329-6465

Exegistics Stephen Olds, President stephen.olds@exegistics.com 1101 W. Industrial Drive North Vernon, IN 47265 exegistics.com P: 847-353-3810; F: 888-703-5510 Distribution, value-added services, packaging, operational staffing, inbound/outbound rail operations

Foreign-Trade Zone 125 Kenneth Kanczuzewski, Owner/ Managing Member ken@kakllc.com 1507 S. Olive St. South Bend, IN 46619 kakllc.com P: 574-232-9357; F: 574-232-8283 General warehousing, packaging, ISPM 15 crating

Foreign-Trade Zone 152 Rick Heimann, Port Director rheimann@portsofindiana.com 6625 S. Boundary Road Portage, IN 46368 portsofindiana.com P: 219-787-8636; F: 219-787-8842

Foreign-Trade Zone 170 Scott Stewart, Port Director sstewart@portsofindiana.com 1402 Port Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 portsofindiana.com P: 812-283-9662; F: 812-282-7505

Foreign-Trade Zone 177 Phil Wilzbacher, Port Director pwilzbacher@portsofindiana.com 2751 Bluff Road Mount Vernon, IN 47620 portsofindiana.com P: 812-838-4382; F: 812-838-4377

Patrick Dooley, SCMD, Director of Airport Development dooley@fwairport.com Fort Wayne International Airport 3801 W. Ferguson Road, Ste. 209 Fort Wayne, IN 46809 bizftz.com P: 260-446-3447; F: 260-747-1762 Foreign-Trade Zone assistance for FTZ application, import and export assistance, U.S. Customs office located at Fort Wayne International Airport

Foreign-Trade Zone 239 Jeff Hauser, Executive Director jhauser@huf.com 581 S. Airport St. Terre Haute, IN 47803 huf.com P: 812-877-2524; F: 812-877-3853

Foreign-Trade Zone 72 Kent Ebbing, General Manager kebbing@inzone.org 2745 South Hoffman Drive Indianapolis, IN 46241 inzone.org P: 317-487-7200; F: 317-487-7203

MD Logistics Emilie Gerbers, Marketing Manager egerbers@mdlogistics.com 1301 Perry Road Plainfield, IN 46168 mdlogistics.com P: 317-838-8900 Supply chain management, packaging & kitting, freight management

Government Cass County Economic Development Christy Householder, Director christy.householder@co.cass.in.us 200 Court Park, Rm 205 Logansport, IN 46947 casscountyed.co.cass.in.us P: 574-732-2590

City of Hammond Elizabeth Downes Jacobson, Director of Economic Development jacobsonb@gohammond.com Department of Planning & Development 649 Conkey St. Hammond, IN 46324 gohammond.com P: 219-853-6508

Federal Highway Administration of Kentucky Bernadette Dupont, Transportation Specialist bernadette.dupont@dot.gov 330 W. Broadway Frankfort, KY 40601 fhwa.dot.gov/kydiv P: 502-223-6729; F: 502-223-6735

Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration Kenneth Strickland, Division Administrator kenneth.strickland@dot.gov 575 N. Pennsylvania St., Rm. 261 Indianapolis, IN 46204 fmcsa.dot.gov P: 317-226-7474

Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority Scott Hinderman, Executive Director of Airports hinderman@fwairport.com 3801 W. Ferguson Road, Ste. 209 Fort Wayne, IN 46809 fwairport.com P: 260-747-4146; F: 260-747-1762

Indiana Department of Transportation Brandye Hendrickson, Commissioner indot@indot.in.gov 100 N. Senate Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46204 in.gov/indot P: 317-233-2376

Indiana Economic Development Corp.

Indiana State Police Doug Carter, Superintendent 100 N. Senate Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46204 in.gov/isp P: 317-232-8241

Kokomo/Howard County Governmental Coordinating Council Tammy Corn, Director 209 S. Union St. Kokomo, IN 46901 kokomompo.com P: 765-456-2336; F: 765-459-9184

Foreign-Trade Zones | Government

MBE, program-based transportation and supply chain management, global supplier optimization and consolidation, spend management

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Office of the Governor Mike Pence, Governor 206 State House Indianapolis, IN 46204 in.gov/gov P: 317-232-4567; F: 317-232-3443

Office of the Lt. Governor Eric Holcomb, Lt. Governor 333 State House Indianapolis, IN 46204 in.gov/lgov P: 317-232-4545

Perry County Port Authority Alvin C. Evans, President & CEO alvin@pcrailport.net 926 S. Boundary St., P.O. Box 423 Tell City, IN 47586 pcrailport.com P: 812-547-3586; F: 812-547-6266 Ohio River port, railroad, logistics and development

Portage Township Assessorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Office

Victor Smith, Indiana Secretary of Commerce One N. Capitol Ave., Ste. 700 Indianapolis, IN 46024 in.gov/iedc P: 317-232-8800; F: 317-233-5123

Jon M. Snyder, Porter County Assessor jsnyder@porterco.org 155 Indiana Ave., Ste. 211 Valparaiso, IN 46383 porterco.org P: 219-465-3460

Indiana State Department of Agriculture

Porter County Board of Commissioners

Ted McKinney, Director tmckinney@isda.in.gov 1 N. Capitol Ave., Ste 600 Indianapolis, IN 46204 in.gov/isda P: 317-232-8770

155 Indiana Ave., Ste. 205 Valparaiso, IN 46383 porterco.org P: 219-465-3440; F: 219-465-3362

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Posey County Government Kyle J. Haney, Auditor poseyauditor@poseycountygov.org 126 E. Third St., Rm. 220 Mount Vernon, IN 47620 poseycountyin.gov P: 812-838-1300

U.S. Coast Guard District Eight Rear Adm. David Callahan, Commander Hale Boggs Federal Building, 500 Poydras St., Ste. 1240 New Orleans, LA 70130 uscg.mil P: 504-589-6225 Mississippi, Tennesee, Ohio River Watersheds regions

U.S. Coast Guard District Nine Rear Adm. June Ryan, Commander 1240 E. 9th St. Cleveland, OH 44199 uscg.mil P: 216-902-6118 Great Lakes region

U.S. Coast Guard, Lake Michigan Command Center Capt. Amy Cocanour, Sector Commander 2420 S. Lincoln Memorial Drive Milwaukee, WI 53207 uscg.mil P: 414-747-7182

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Regional Organizations

Bloomington Economic Development Corp.

Capt. Richard Timme, Sector Commander 600 Martin Luther King Jr., Mazzoli Federal Bldg., Room 421 Louisville, KY 40202 uscg.mil P: 502-779-5422

Adams County Economic Development Corp.

Lynn Coyne, President lcoyne@comparebloomington.us 1720 N. Kinser Pike, Ste. 001 Bloomington, IN 47404 comparebloomington.us P: 812-335-7346

U.S. Postal Service Vaughn Broadnax, Sales Manager, Greater Indiana District vaughn.m.broadnax@usps.gov 3939 Vincennes Road Indianapolis, IN 46268 usps.com P: 317-870-8248; F: 317-870-8684 Small package shipping solutions including riority and Priority Express Mail & international services

United States Customs and Border Protection 6801 Pierson Drive Indianapolis, IN 46241 cbp.gov P: 317-248-4060; F: 317-248-4174 Processing & clearance of cargo, aircraft and passengers & enforcement of customs, immigration & agriculture regulations

United States Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration Mark Cooper, Director Mark.Cooper@trade.gov 11405 N. Pennsylvania St., Ste. 106 Carmel, IN 46032 export.gov P: 317-582-2300; F: 317-582-2301

Larry D. Macklin, Executive Director info@adamscountyedc.com 313 W. Jefferson St., Ste. 392; P.O. Box 492 Decatur, IN 46733 adamscountyedc.com P: 260-724-2588; F: 260-724-9735 Assist the needs of those who provide jobs for our community, administer revolving loan funds, community development leadership, a link to local, state and federal government

Area Plan Commission of Tippecanoe County Sallie Dell Fahey, Executive Director sfahey@tippecanoe.in.gov 20 N. Third St. Lafayette, IN 47901 tippecanoe.in.gov/apc P: 765-423-9242; F: 765-423-9154 Transportation, land use planning

Blackford County Economic Development Corp. Jacob Everett, Executive Director jeverett@blackfordcoedc.org 121 N. High St. Hartford City, IN 47348 blackfordcoedc.org P: 765-348-4944

Bloomington City Planning Dept. Thomas B. Micuda, Director planning@bloomington.in.gov 401 N. Morton, Ste. 130; P.O. Box 100 Bloomington, IN 47402 bloomington.in.gov/planning P: 812-349-3423; F: 812-349-3520

Boone County Economic Development Corp. Bryan Brackemyre, Executive Director bbrackemyre@booneedc.org 218 E. Washington St. Lebanon, IN 46052 booneedc.org P: 765-482-5761; F: 765-482-5782

Brown County Economic Development Commission browncountyeconomicdevelopment@gmail.com P.O. Box 372 Nashville, IN 47448 browncountyeconomicdevelopment.com P: 812-988-2205

Carroll County Economic Development Commission Laura Walls, Executive Director lwalls@carrollcountyedc.com 119 W. Franklin St. Delphi, IN 46923 carrollcountyedc.com P: 765-564-2060; F: 765-564-2207

Cass Logansport Economic Development Organization admin@connectincass.com 311 S. Fifth St. Logansport, IN 46947 connectincass.com P: 574-722-5988; F: 574-735-0909


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DeKalb County Economic Development Partnership Inc.

David Johnson, President & CEO djohnson@cincorp.com 111 Monument Circle, Ste. 1800 Indianapolis, IN 46204 cincorp.com P: 317-638-2440; F: 317-638-2110

301 E. Clinton St. Frankfort, IN 46041 ccinchamber.org P: 765-654-5507

Kenric McCrory, Director ken@dekalbedp.org 4483 CR 19 - Ste. C Auburn, IN 46706 dekalbedp.org P: 260-927-1180; F: 260-927-1185

Citizens Energy Group

Jason Hester, Executive Director jhester@columbusin.org 500 Franklin St. Columbus, IN 47201 columbusin.org P: 812-378-7300; F: 812-372-6756

Yvonne Perkins, Vice President, Corporate Communications, Chief Diversity Officer admynp@agcu.com 2020 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46202 citizensenergygroup.com P: 317-927-4577; F: 317-927-4544

City of Anderson Greg Winkler, Economic Development Executive Director gwinkler@cityofanderson.com 120 E. Eighth St. Anderson, IN 46018 cityofanderson.com P: 765-648-6112; F: 765-648-5911

City of Angola Dept. of Economic Development & Planning Vivian Likes, Director vlikes@angolain.org 210 N. Public Square Angola, IN 46617 angolain.org P: 260-665-7465

City of East Chicago Planning & Economic Development

City of Fort Wayne Community Development Division Greg Leatherman, Community Development Division Director cd@cityoffortwayne.org 200 East Berry, Ste. 320 Fort Wayne, IN 46802 fwcommunitydevelopment.org P: 260-427-1127

City of Jeffersonville Rob Waiz, Director of Economic Development and Redevelopment rwaiz@cityofjeff.net 500 Quartermaster Court Jeffersonville, IN 47130 cityofjeff.net P: 812-280-3801; F: 812-285-6403

City of Marion Community and Economic Development Jonathan M. Perez, Director of Development Services 301 S. Branson St. Marion, IN 46952 marionindiana.us P: 765-662-9931

Clark County REMC 7810 State Road 60 Sellersburg, IN 47172 theremc.com P: 812-246-3316

Clark-Floyd Counties Convention & Tourism Bureau Jim Epperson, Executive Director jepperson@sunnysideoflouisville.org 315 Southern Indiana Ave. Jeffersonville, IN 47130 sunnysideoflouisville.org P: 812-282-6654

Conexus Indiana David Holt, Vice President, Operations, Business Development dholt@conexusindiana.com 111 Monument Circle, Ste. 1800 Indianapolis, IN 46204 conexusindiana.com P: 317-638-2108; F: 317-638-2110

Connersville Economic Development Corp. Pete Bell, Chairman of the Board & Interim Director edg@edgconnersville.com 504 N. Central Ave. Connersville, IN 47331 edgconnersville.com P: 765-827-1366

Corp. for Economic Development Anderson/Madison County Rob Sparks, Executive Director robsparks@cedanderson.com 2705 Enterprise Drive, Ste. 161 Anderson, IN 46013 cedanderson.com P: 765-642-1860

Crawford County Economic Development Don Dubois, Executive Director don@selectcc.com 6225 E. Industrial Lane Leavenworth, IN 47137 selectcrawfordcounty.com P: 812-739-2248

Crossroads Regional Chamber of Commerce Sue Reed, President & CEO sue@crossroadschamber.org 9101 Taft St. Merrillville, IN 46410 crossroadschamber.org P: 219-769-8180; F: 219-736-6223

Crown Point Economic Development Barb Gura bgura@crownpoint.in.gov 11035 Broadway, Ste. F Crown Point, IN 46307 crownpoint.in.gov P: 219-663-3303

Daviess County Economic Development Corp. Ron Arnold, Executive Director rarnold@dcedc.net 219 E. Main St.; P.O. Box 191 Washington, IN 47501 dcedc.net P: 812-254-1500; F: 812-254-2550

Dearborn County Economic Development Terry Randall, Dearborn County Administrator trandall@dearborncounty.in.gov 215 B West High St. Lawrenceburg, IN 47025 dearborncountyedi.com P: 812-537-0814; F: 812-537-0845

Delaware-Muncie Metropolitan Plan Commission

Dorinda Heiden-Guss, President & CEO dorinda@elkhartcountybiz.com 300 NIBCO Parkway, Ste. 201 Elkhart, IN 46516 elkhartcountybiz.com P: 574-293-5627; F: 574-343-2951

Franklin County Economic Development

Marta Moody, Executive Director mmoody@co.delaware.in.us 100 W. Main St. Muncie, IN 47305 co.delaware.in.us P: 765-747-7740; F: 765-747-7744

Bill Schirmer, Committee President economicdevelopment@ franklincounty.in.gov 1010 Franklin Ave., Ste. 102 Brookville, IN 47012 fceconomicdevelopment.com P: 765-647-5340; F: 765-647-5417

Develop Indy

Fulton Economic Development Corp.

Brian Gildea, Vice President bgildea@indychamber.com 111 Monument Circle, Ste. 1950 Indianapolis, IN 46204 indychamber.com P: 317-464-2222

Terry Lee, Executive Director tlee@fultondevelopment.org 822 Main St. Rochester, IN 46975 fultondevelopment.org P: 574-223-3326; F: 574-224-2329

Dubois Strong

Gibson County Economic Development Corp.

Ed Cole, President ecole@duboisstrong.com 961 College Ave. Jasper, IN 47546 duboisstrong.com P: 812-482-9650; F: 812-482-9421

Economic Development Coalition of Southwest Indiana Greg Wathen, President & CEO gwathen@southwestindiana.org 318 Main St., Ste. 400 Evansville, IN 47708 southwestindiana.org P: 812-423-2020; F: 812-423-2080 Provides demographic & site data about Southwest Indiana

Economic Development Corp. Greensburg Decatur County Marc Coplon, Executive Director mcoplon@edcgdc.com 314 W. Washington St. Greensburg, IN 47240 edcgdc.com P: 812-222-2520; F: 812-222-2506

Economic Development Corp. Michigan City Clarence Hulse, Executive Director clarenceh@edcmc.com 2 Cadence Park Plaza Michigan City, IN 46360 edcmc.com P: 219-873-1211; F: 219-873-1595

Economic Development Corp. of Wayne County

B. Todd Mosby, President & CEO toddm@gibsoncountyedc.org 127 N. Hart St. Princeton, IN 47670 gibsoncountyedc.org P: 812-386-0002; F: 812-386-6054

Ginovus Larry Gigerich, Managing Director larry@ginovus.com 8888 Keystone Crossing, Ste. 1450 Indianapolis, IN 46240 ginovus.com P: 317-819-0890; F: 317-819-0888

Regional Organizations

Nelson Vargas nvargas@eastchicago.com 4444 Railroad Ave. East Chicago, IN 46312 eastchicago.com P: 219-391-8205; F: 219-391-8522

Columbus Economic Development Board

EDC of Elkhart County

Grant County Economic Growth Council Tim Eckerle, Executive Director teckerle@grantcounty.com 301 S. Adams St., Ste. 109 Marion, IN 46952 grantcounty.com P: 888-668-3203; F: 765-662-8340 Entrepreneur business coaching, tax abatements, grants/revolving loans for businesses

Greater Kokomo Economic Development Alliance Charles Sparks, President & CEO csparks@greaterkokomo.com 700 E. Firmin St., Ste. 200 Kokomo, IN 46902 greaterkokomo.com P: 765-457-2000; F: 765-452-4564

Greater Lafayette Commerce

Valerie Shaffer, President valerie@edcwc.com 500 S. A St., Ste. 2 Richmond, IN 47347 edcwc.com P: 765-983-4769; F: 765-966-8956

Scott Walker, President & CEO swalker@greaterlafayettecommerce.com 337 Columbia St. Lafayette, IN 47902 greaterlafayettecommerce.com P: 765-742-4044; F: 765-742-6276

Economic Development Group of Fayette County

Greater LaPorte Chamber of Commerce

edg@edgconnersville.com 504 N. Central Ave. Connersville, IN 47331 edgconnersville.com P: 800-943-2432

info@lpchamber.com P.O. Box 486 LaPorte, IN 46352 lpchamber.com P: 219-362-3178; F: 219-324-7349

Economic Development Group of Wabash County Inc.

Greater LaPorte Economic Development Corp.

William Konyha, President & CEO wkonyha@edgwc.com 214 S. Wabash St. Wabash, IN 46992 edgwc.com P: 260-563-5258; F: 260-563-6920

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Central Indiana Corporate Partnership, Inc.

Bert Cook, Executive Director bertc@gledc.com 809 Washington St., Ste. A LaPorte, IN 46350 gledc.com P: 219-324-8584 Business attraction, retention & expansion, industrial development

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2016 Indiana Logistics Director y Greater Louisville Manufacturing & Logistics Network Lauren Yates Roebuck, Director, Economic Development lroebuck@greaterlouisville.com 614 W. Main St., Ste. 6000 Louisville, KY 40202 greaterlouisville.com/aml P: 502-625-0132; F: 502-625-0010 A membership network of decision-makers representing the manufacturing & logistics industries with a mission to promote greater Louisville as a world-class center for logistics & globally-competitive manufacturing

Greencastle/Putnam County Development Center Inc. Kristin Clary, Executive Director economic_development@greencastle.com 2 S. Jackson St.; P.O. Box 572 Greencastle, IN 46135

Hamilton County Economic Development Corp. Tim Monger, President & CEO tim.monger@investhamiltoncounty.com 37 E. Main St. Carmel, IN 46032 investhamiltoncounty.com P: 317-573-4950

Hammond Development Corp. Beth Jacobson, Director of Economic Development downesb@gohammond.com 649 Conkey St. Hammond, IN 46324 gohammond.com P: 219-853-6508; F: 219-853-6334

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Regional Organizations

Hancock Development Council Nolan “Skip” Kuker, CEcD, Executive Director skuker@hancockedc.com One Court House Plaza Greenfield, IN 46140 hancockedc.com P: 317-477-7241; F: 317-477-2353

Harrison County Economic Development Corp. Darrell Voelker, Director dvoelker@hcedcindiana.org 111 W. Walnut St. Corydon, IN 47112 hcedcindiana.org P: 812-738-0120; F: 812-738-0500 Community promotion for business and assisting existing local business

Hendricks County Economic Development Partnership Cinda Kelley-Hutchings, Executive Director kelley@hcedp.org 5250 E. U.S. 36, Ste. 1103 Avon, IN 46123 hcedp.org P: 317-745-2400; F: 317-745-0757

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Huntington County Economic Development Mark A. Wickersham, Executive Director mark@hcued.com 8 W. Market St. Huntington, IN 46750 hcued.com P: 260-356-5688; F: 260-358-5962

Indiana 15 Regional Planning Commission Lisa R. Gehlhausen, Executive Director lisa@ind15rpc.org 221 E. First St. Ferdinand, IN 47532 ind15rpc.org P: 812-367-8455; F: 812-367-8171

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Indiana Chamber of Commerce Kevin Brinegar, President kbrinegar@indianachamber.com 115 W. Washington St., Ste. 850 S. Indianapolis, IN 46204 indianachamber.com P: 317-264-3110; F: 317-264-6855

Indiana Economic Development Assoc.

Jennings County Economic Development Commission

Marshall County Economic Development Corp.

Kathy Ertel, Executive Director kertel@jenningsedc.com 1865 W. U.S. 50 North Vernon, IN 47265 jenningsedc.com P: 812-346-2388; F: 812-346-7992

Jerry Chavez, Executive Director jerry@marshallcountyedc.org 2864 Miller Drive Plymouth, IN 46563 marshallcountyedc.org P: 574-935-8499; F: 574-936-2645

Johnson County Development Corp.

Provides assistance with locations, expansions & start-ups

Lee Lewellen, Chief Executive Officer llewellen@ieda.org 125 W. Market St., Ste. 300 Indianapolis, IN 46204 ieda.org P: 317-313-8365; F: 317-634-5964

Cheryl Morphew, President & CEO cmorphew@jcdc.org 2797 N. Morton St., Ste. E Franklin, IN 46131 jcdc.org P: 317-736-4300; F: 317-736-7220

Indiana Economic Development Corp.

Kankakee-Iroquois Regional Planning Commission

Victor Smith, Secretary of Commerce One N. Capitol Ave., Ste. 700 Indianapolis, IN 46024 in.gov/iedc P: 317-232-8800; F: 317-233-5123

Edwin Buswell, Executive Director elb@kirpc.net 115 E. Fourth St. Monon, IN 47959 kirpc.net P: 219-253-6658

Indianapolis MPO Ryan Wilhite, Planner ryan.wilhite@indy.gov 200 E. Washington St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 indympo.org P: 317-327-5431; F: 317-327-5950 Metropolitan planning organizations

Indy Chamber Michael Huber, President and CEO mhuber@indychamber.com 111 Monument Circle, Ste. 1950 Indianapolis, IN 46204 indychamber.com P: 317-464-2200; F: 317-464-2217

Indy Partnership, The Paula Galloway, Manager, Business Development pgalloway@indypartnership.com 111 Monument Circle, Ste. 1950 Indianapolis, IN 46204 indypartnership.com P: 317-464-2222 Regional economic development organization

Jackson County Industrial Development Corp. Jim Plump, Executive Director jimplump@jcidc.com 301 N. Chestnut; P.O. Box 783 Seymour, IN 47274 jcidc.com P: 812-522-4951; F: 812-522-1235

Jasper County Economic Development Organization Kevin Kelly, President info@jaspercountyin.com 223 W. Kellner Blvd. Rensselaer, IN 47978 jaspercountyin.com P: 219-866-3080

Jay County Development Corp. Bill Bradley, Executive Director bbradley@jaycodev.org 118 S. Meridian St., Ste. B Portland, IN 47371 jaycountydevelopment.org P: 260-726-9311; F: 260-726-4477

Jefferson County Industrial Development Corp. Nathan Hadley, Executive Director nhadley@madisonindiana.com 301 E. Main St. Madison, IN 47250 madisonindiana.com P: 812-265-3135; F: 812-274-0204

Knox County Development Corp. Kent Utt kentutt@kcdc.com 1101 N. 3rd St. Vincennes, IN 47591 kcdc.com P: 812-886-6993; F: 812-886-0888

Kosciusko Economic Development Corp. George Robertson, President grobertson@kosciuskoedc.com 121 North Lake Street Warsaw, IN 46580 kosciuskoedc.com P: 877-482-3331; F: 574-267-7762

LaGrange County Economic Development Corp. Keith Gillenwater, President & CEO kgillenwater@lagrangecountyedc.com 304 N. Townline Road, Ste. 2 LaGrange, IN 46761 lagrangecountyedc.com P: 260-499-4994; F: 260-499-4992

Lake County IN Economic Alliance Karen Lauerman, President & CEO klauerman@lcea.us 9101 Taft St. Merrillville, IN 46410 lcea.us P: 219-756-4317 Economic development services including site selection/location assistance, project management, data analysis, community contact resource

Lawrence County Economic Growth Council Shance Sizemore, CEO shance@lawrencecountygrowth.com 1116 16th St. Bedford, IN 47421 lawrencecountygrowth.com P: 812-275-4493; F: 812-279-5998

Lincolnland Economic Development Corp. Tom Utter, Executive Director tutter@ledc.org 2792 N. US Hwy 231 Rockport, IN 47635 ledc.org P: 812-649-2119

Madison County Council of Governments Jerrold Bridges, Executive Director jbridges@mccog.net 16 E. Ninth St. Anderson, IN 46016 mccog.net P: 765-641-9482; F: 765-641-9486

Metropolis Strategies Jim LaBelle, Vice President info@metrostrat.org 30 W. Monroe St., Ste. 1050 Chicago, IL 60603 metropolisstrategies.org P: 312-332-2020

Miami County Economic Development Authority James Tidd, Executive Director jtidd@miamicountyeda.com 1525 W. Hoosier Blvd., Ste. 201 Peru, IN 46970 miamicountyeda.com P: 765-689-0159; F: 765-689-0168 Certified “shovel-ready” sites available

Michiana Area Council of Governments James Turnwald, Executive Director macogdir@macog.com 1120 County-City Building 227 W. Jefferson Blvd. South Bend, IN 46601 macog.com P: 574-674-8894; F: 574-287-1840 Transportation planning

Montgomery County Economic Development Kristin Clary, Executive Director kristinclary@MCEDinc.com 200 S. Washington St., Ste. 305 Crawfordsville, IN 47933 MCEDinc.com P: 765-362-6851

Morgan County Economic Development Corp. Chelsey Manns, Executive Director cmanns@morgancoed.com 4 E. Harrison St.; P.O. Box 606 Mooresville, IN 46158 morgancoed.com P: 317-831-9544; F: 317-831-9548

Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce Brenda Brumfield, Director, Community & Business Development bbrumfield@muncie.com 401 S. High St.; P.O. Box 842 Muncie, IN 47308 muncie.com P: 765-288-6681; F: 765-751-9151

Muncie-Delaware County, Indiana Economic Development Alliance Terry Murphy, Vice President, Economic Development tmurphy@muncie.com 401 S. High St. Muncie, IN 47305 muncie.com P: 765-751-9104; F: 765-751-9151

Nappanee Area Chamber of Commerce Jeff Kitson, Executive Director jeff@nappaneechamber.com 302 W. Market St. Nappanee, IN 46550 nappaneechamber.com P: 574-773-7812; F: 574-773-4691


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Corey Murphy, President & CEO cmurphy@nchcedc.org 100 S. Main St., Ste. 203 New Castle, IN 47362 nchcedc.org P: 765-521-7402; F: 765-521-7404

Judy Gray, Executive Director jgray@ocedp.com 200 W. Court St., #2; P.O. Box 281 Paoli, IN 47454 ocedp.com P: 812-723-3388; F: 812-723-5684

Distribution sites and facilities

Newton County Economic & Community Development

Owen County Economic Development

director@newtoncountyin.com 4117 S. 240 W. Morocco, IN 47963 newtoncountyin.com P: 219-285-0653; F: 219-285-0190

Michael Spinks occcedc@gmail.com 119 South Main St.; P.O. Box 87 Spencer, IN 47460 owencountyindiana.org P: 812-829-3245; F: 812-829-0936

Noble County Economic Development Corp.

Parke County Economic Development

Rick Sherck, Executive Director rsherck@noblecountyedc.com 110 S. Orange St. Albion, IN 46701 noblecountyedc.com P: 260-636-3800; F: 260-636-3602

Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership John Sampson, President john@neindiana.com 200 E. Main St., Ste. 910 Fort Wayne, IN 46802 chooseneindiana.com P: 260-469-3469; F: 260-469-3470 Single point of contact for economic development services for Northeast Indiana counties (Adams, Allen, DeKalb, Huntington, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, Wabash, Wells, Whitley)

Northeastern Indiana Regional Coordinating Council

Regional economic development & planning organization; transportation planning

Northwest Indiana Forum Heather Ennis, President & CEO hennis@nwiforum.org 6100 Southport Road Portage, IN 46368 nwiforum.org P: 219-763-6303; F: 219-763-2653

Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission Ty Warner, Executive Director twarner@nirpc.org 6100 Southport Road Portage, IN 46368 nirpc.org P: 219-763-6060; F: 219-762-1653 Regional demographics, forecasts, aerial photos, maps, GIS, plans & policies for transportation, environmental, economic development, land use issues

Ohio County Economic Development Corp. Lane Siekman, Executive Director ohiocountyedc@gmail.com 215 Main St. Rising Sun, IN 47040 risingsunworks.com P: 812-438-4054; F: 812-438-4074

One Southern Indiana Wendy Dant Chesser, President & CEO wendy@1si.org 4100 Charlestown Road New Albany, IN 47150 1si.org P: 812-945-0266; F: 812-948-4664 Marketing, business growth consulting, site location assistance

Perry County Chamber of Commerce Cheri Taylor, Executive Director perrychamber@psci.net 601 Main St., Ste. A P.O. Box 82 Tell City, IN 47586 perrycountychamber.com P: 812-547-2385; F: 812-547-3878

Perry County Development Corp. Alvin C. Evans, President & CEO alvin@pickperry.com 601 Main St., Ste. A Tell City, IN 47586 pickperry.com P: 812-547-8377; F: 812-547-8378

Pike County Economic Growth & Development Council Paul Lake, Executive Director pikegrowth@frontier.com 714 1/2 Main St.; P.O. Box 204 Petersburg, IN 47567 pikecogrowth.org P: 812-354-2271

Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce Connie Holzwart, Executive Director plychamber@plychamber.org 120 N. Michigan St. Plymouth, IN 46563 plychamber.org P: 574-936-2323

Portage Economic Development Corp. Jim Fitzer, Executive Director jfitzer@portagein.org 6260 Central Ave. Portage, IN 46368 portagein.org P: 219-762-9761

Posey County Economic Development Partnership John Taylor, Executive Director john.taylor@pcedp.com 915 E. Fourth St., P.O. 643 Mount Vernon, IN 47620 pcedp.com P: 812-838-6500; F: 812-838-6358

Pulaski County Economic Development Nathan P. Origer, Executive Director nporiger@pulaskionline.org 623 W. 11th St.; P.O. Box 315 Winamac, IN 46996 pulaskionline.org P: 574-946-3869; F: 574-946-3852

Jeremy Sowders, Director of Business Development j.sowders@radiusindiana.com 1504 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Iâ&#x20AC;? St. Bedford, IN 47421 radiusindiana.com P: 812-277-9778 Single/central point of contact for site selection and business location needs for eight county region: Crawford, Daviess, Dubois, Greene, Martin, Lawrence, Orange, Washington

Randolph Economic Development Corp. Bruce W. Hosier, Executive Director info@randolph-county.org 123 W. Franklin St., Ste. 201 Winchester, IN 47394 randolph-county.org P: 765-584-3266; F: 765-584-3622

Region III A Development & RPC David Koenig, Executive Director dkoenig@region3a.org Kendallville Professional Centre, Unit C, 217 Fairview Blvd. Kendallville, IN 46755 region3a.org P: 260-347-4714; F: 260-347-4718

Ripley County Economic Development Corp. Gary Norman gnorman@ripleycountyedc.com P.O. Box 576 Versailles, IN 47042 ripleycountyedc.com P: 812-689-4344; F: 812-689-3044 Industrial ground/buildings

Rush County Economic & Community Development Corp. John McCane, Executive Director johnmccane@rushecdc.org 210 E. U.S. 52, Ste. C Rushville, IN 46173 rushecdc.org P: 765-938-3232; F: 765-932-4355

Scott County Economic Development Corp. Robert Peacock, Executive Director rpeacock@scottcountyin.com 90 N. Main St., Ste. C Scottsburg, IN 47170 scottcountyin.com P: 812-752-7268; F: 812-752-7272

Shelby County Development Corp. Brian Asher, Executive Director b.asher@shelbydevelopment.com 16 Public Square, Ste. A Shelbyville, IN 46176 shelbydevelopment.com P: 317-398-8903; F: 317-398-8915

South Bend Department of Community Investment Scott Ford, Executive Director sford@southbendin.gov 227 W. Jefferson Blvd., Ste. 1400 S. South Bend, IN 46601 southbendin.gov P: 574-235-9375; F: 574-235-9021

Southeastern Indiana Regional Planning Commission Susan Craig, Executive Director susan.craig@sirpc.org 405 W. U.S. 60 Versailles, IN 47042 sirpc.org P: 812-689-5505; F: 812-689-3526 Economic and community development

Southern Indiana Development Commission Greg Jones, Executive Director gejones@sidc.cc 405 JFK Ave., Ste. A Loogootee, IN 47553 sidc.cc P: 812-295-3707; F: 812-295-3717

Southwest Indiana Chamber Christy Gillenwater, President & CEO chamberinfo@swichamber.com 318 Main St., Ste. 401 Evansville, IN 47708 swinchamber.com P: 812-425-8147; F: 812-421-5883

Southwest Indiana Development Council Alvin C. Evans, President alvin@pickperry.com 601 Main St., Ste. A Tell City, IN 47586 swidc.org P: 812-547-8377; F: 812-547-8378

Starke County Economic Development Foundation Charles Weaver, Executive Director execdir@scedf.biz 1915 S. Heaton St. Knox, IN 46534 scedf.biz P: 800-359-5627; F: 574-772-5912 Industrial parks/sites, assistance & coordination of state & local incentives, state & local permitting processes

Steuben County Economic Development Corp. David Koenig, Executive Director david@steubenedc.com 330 Intertech Parkway, Ste. 231 Angola, IN 46703 steubenedc.com P: 260-665-6889; F: 260-624-2749

Sullivan County Redevelopment Commission Deann Talley, Director deann.talley@sullivancountyindiana.us P.O. Box 111 Sullivan, IN 47882 sullivancountyindiana.us P: 812-691-1090

Terre Haute Economic Development Corp. Steve Witt, President switt@terrehauteedc.com 630 Wabash Ave., Ste. 101 Terre Haute, IN 47807 terrehauteedc.com P: 812-234-2524; F: 812-232-6054

The Chamber of Commerce of St. Joseph County Jeffrey Rea, President & CEO jrea@sjchamber.org 401 E. Colfax Ave., Ste. 310 South Bend, IN 46617 sjchamber.org P: 574-400-4000; F: 574-289-0358

Thomas P. Miller & Associates Thomas Miller, President & CEO info@tpma-inc.com 1630 N. Meridian St., Ste. 430 Indianapolis, IN 46202 tpma-inc.com P: 317-894-5508; F: 317-894-5370

Tipton County Economic Development Organization D. Jeffrey Sheridan, Executive Director director@tiptonedo.org 114 S. Main St. Tipton, IN 46072 tiptoncountyusa.com P: 765-675-7418; F: 765-675-7417 69

Regional Organizations

Dan Avery, Executive Director dan.avery@co.allen.in.us 200 E. Berry St., Ste. 230 Fort Wayne, IN 46802 nircc.com P: 260-449-7309; F: 260-449-8652

Greg Harbison, President parkecountyedo@sbcglobal.net 105 N. Market St. Rockville, IN 47872 parkecountydevelopment.com P: 765-569-0226

Radius Indiana

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

New Castle-Henry County Economic Development Corp.


Union County Development Corp. Melissa Browning, Chamber Director unioncodc@frontier.com 5 W. High St. Liberty, IN 47353 ucdc.us P: 765-458-5976; F: 765-458-5976 Chamber of Commerce, tourism

Valparaiso Economic Development Matt Murphy, Vice President mmurphy@valpo.us 162 W. Lincolnway Valparaiso, IN 46383 valpoedc.org P: 219-462-1105; F: 219-462-5710

Valpo Chamber Rex Richards, President rex@valpochamber.org 162 W. Lincolnway Valparaiso, IN 46383 valpochamber.org P: 219-462-1105; F: 219-462-5710

Vectren Energy Mark Sebree, Director of Economic Development 2520 Lincoln Drive Clarksville, IN 47129 vectren.com P: 812-948-4915; F: 812-948-4999

Vermillion County Economic Development Council Dylan Riggen, Executive Director dylan.riggen@vermillioncountyedc.com 259 Vine St. Clinton, IN 47842 vermillioncountyedc.com P: 765-832-3870; F: 765-832-3871

Warren County Local Economic Development Organization Steve Eberly, Executive Director ledo@warrenadvantage.com 31 N. Monroe St. Williamsport, IN 47993 warrenadvantage.com P: 765-762-6055; F: 765-764-1501

AVIATION

Category

Regional Organizations | Utilities

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Warrick County Chamber of Commerce

Utilities

Shari Sherman, Executive Director ssherman@warrickcounty.us P.O. Box 377 Boonville, IN 47601 warrickcounty.us P: 812-897-2340; F: 812-897-2360

Citizens Gas

Warrick County Economic Development Department Larry Taylor, Executive Director larry.taylor@warrickcounty.gov 4763 Rosebud Lane, Ste. C Newburgh, IN 47630 successwarrickcounty.com P: 812-858-3555; F: 812-585-3558

Wells County Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development Tim Ehlerding, Executive Director tehlerding@wellsedc.com 211 W. Water St. Bluffton, IN 46714 wellsedc.com P: 260-824-0510; F: 260-824-5871

West Central Indiana Economic Development District Inc. Ron Hinsenkamp, Executive Director rhinsenkamp@westcentralin.com 1718 Wabash Ave. Terre Haute, IN 47807 westcentralin.com P: 812-238-1561; F: 812-238-1564

White County Economic Development Randall Mitchell, President rmitchell@whiced.com 124 N. Main St., Ste. A Monticello, IN 47960 whitecountyin.org P: 574-583-6557; F: 574-583-6230

Whitley County Economic Development Corp. Alan Ti贸, President atio@whitleyedc.com 220 W. Van Buren St., Ste. 102 Columbia City, IN 46725 whitleyedc.com P: 260-244-5506; F: 260-244-4024

2020 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46202 citizensenergygroup.com P: 317-927-4328

Indianapolis Power & Light One Monument Circle; P.O. Box 1595 Indianapolis, IN 46206 iplpower.com P: 888-261-8222

Kinetrex Energy

7810 State Road 60 Sellersburg, IN 47172 theremc.com P: 812-246-3316

Craig Moore, Executive Vice President cmoore@citizensenergygroup.com 2020 N. Meridian St. Indianapolis, IN 46202 kinetrexenergy.com P: 317-927-6057

Duke Energy Indiana

Northern Indiana Public Service Co.

Clark County REMC

Mike Heaton, Regional Economic Development Manager mike.heaton@duke-energy.com 1000 E. Main St. Plainfield, IN 46168 locationindiana.com P: 317-838-2000; F: 317-838-1950 Economic development

Hoosier Energy Harold Gutzwiller, Manager, Economic Development/Key Accounts hgutzwiller@hepn.com P.O. Box 908 Bloomington, IN 47402 hoosiersites.com P: 812-876-2021; F: 812-876-5030

Indiana American Water Dept. infoin@amwater.com 555 E. County Line Road, Ste. 201 Greenwood, IN 46143 amwater.com P: 800-492-8373

Indiana Municipal Power Agency Susan Reed, Manager of Economic Development and Member Services susan@impa.com 11610 N. College Ave. Carmel, IN 46032 impa.com P: 317-575-3879; F: 317-575-3372

Indiana Natural Gas Corp. 1080 W. Hospital Road; P.O. Box 450 Paoli, IN 47454 indiananatural.com P: 812-723-2151; F: 812-723-2188

Don Babcock, Economic Development dlbabcock@nisource.com 801 E. 86th Ave. Merrillville, IN 46410 nipsco.com P: 800-262-6477 Utilities & economic development

Silver Creek Water Corp. P.O. Box 102 Sellersburg, IN 47172 silvercreekwater.org P: 812-246-2889; F: 812-246-6503

Vectren Energy Mark Sebree, Director of Economic Development 2520 Lincoln Drive Clarksville, IN 47129 vectren.com P: 812-948-4915; F: 812-948-4999

Wabash Valley Power Association Sherry Rose, Manager, Economic Development sherryr@wvpa.com 722 N. High School Road Indianapolis, IN 46214 wvpa.com P: 317-481-2800; F: 317-481-2939 Utility serving 26 rural electric cooperatives in northern Indiana, Illinois & Missouri

Watson Rural Water Co. 4106 Utica Sellersburg Road Jeffersonville, IN 47130 watson-water.com P: 812-246-5416; F: 812-246-8783


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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Growth of a company is dependent on the soundness of the business and financial models. When managing the supply chain, environmental risks, security issues, insurance liabilities and legal issues, it is often necessary to engage an outside professional.

Business Consulting

Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition

7P Solutions Jeff Clark, President jclark@7psolutions.biz 136 N. Van Buren St., P.O. Box 1274 Nashville, IN 47448 7psolutions.biz P: 812-988-4430 GPS security, environmental monitoring

John Wendel, President P.O. Box 926 Plymouth, IN 46563 aplusbrokerage.biz P: 574-936-4767; F: 574-936-6714

APPIAN Inc. Dennis E. Faulkenberg dfaulkenberg@appianadvisors.com One N. Capitol, Ste. 1050 Indianapolis, IN 46204 appianadvisors.com P: 317-822-9205

C.H. Robinson - Evansville Branch Thomas Burkhardt, General Manager thomas.burkhardt@chrobinson.com 5155 Rosebud Lane Newburgh, IN 47630 chrobinson.com P: 812-842-0000; F: 812-842-0001 Rail services; trucking - bulk haul, flat bed, heavy haul, LTL, truckload, refrigerated, specialized, regional, national; trucking services; freight forwarders; heavy lift/ haulage; intermodal services; steamship lines/agents; 3PL; distribution centers

ERS-OCI Wireless Daphne Knox, Marketing Director P.O. Box 110 Ligonier, IN 46767 ers-oci.com P: 260-894-4145; F: 260-894-7581 Wireless voice, & data video, RFID, asset management

Foreign Targets Inc. Andrew Reinke, President fti@foreigntargets.com 435 Virginia Ave., Ste. 504 Indianapolis, IN 46203 foreigntargets.com P: 317-822-9710; F: 317-822-9719

Now Courier Inc.

Kellie L. Walsh, Executive Director kellie@greaterindiana.com 6283 E. Centinary Road Mooresville, IN 46158 greaterindiana.com P: 317-834-3754; F: 317-834-3754

Anthony Bova, EVP/Director of Business Development abova@spotmyfreight.com 445 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 spotmyfreight.com P: 317-418-2168; F: 317-635-6357

Ryan Schwalbach, President rschwalbach@nowcourier.com 111 E. McCarty St. Indianapolis, IN 46225 nowcourier.com P: 317-638-7071; F: 317-638-7016

Provides guidence on alt. fuel deployment and funding of projects

TMS (Transportation Management System); global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Same-day courier; distribution services; dedicated drivers; fleet replacement/ management; focus of medical, automotive, office supplies, banking, payroll, warehouse, box truck

Couriers

Pillow Express Logistics

Indiana Strategic Resource Group Aleta Mungal, President amungal@indianastrategicresourcegroup.com P.O. Box 3083 Carmel, IN 46082 indianastrategicresoucegroup.com P: 317-607-4660; F: 317-816-0108

Aptus Delivery Systems

Stategic planning, feasibility and marketing assessments, business communications, diversity services, community engagement, program development, MBE, WBE Certified

Lance Adams, CEO lance.adams@aptusdeliverysystems.com 2040 S. Lynhurst Drive, Ste. L Indianapolis, IN 46241 aptusdeliverysystems.com P: 317-390-0111; F: 317-390-0112

Midwest Toxicology Services LLC

Aptus Delivery Systems

Susie Fields, Sales & Marketing susie.fields@midwesttox.com 603 E. Washington St., Ste. 200 Indianapolis, IN 46204 midwesttox.com P: 317-262-2200; F: 317-262-2222

Lance Adams, CEO lance.adams@aptusdeliverysystems.com 3230 Rosetta Place South Bend, IN 46628 aptusdeliverysystems.com P: 574-217-7587; F: 574-232-0069

Managed drug testing programs DOT & nonDOT; onsite collections available

Aptus Delivery Systems

Miebach Consulting Inc. Nick Banich, Business Development Manager banich@miebach.com 151 N. Delaware, Ste. 1770 Indianapolis, IN 46202 miebach.com P: 317-423-3126; F: 317-423-2951 Facility design and site masterplanning; network, inventory, process, and transportation optimization; consulting and industrial engineering

Owens Communications Inc. Lori Sweet, Marketing Coordinator lori-sweet@owenscommunications.com 1815 21st St. Columbus, IN 47201 owenscommunications.com P: 812-376-9652; F: 812-376-9729

Lance Adams, CEO lance.adams@aptusdeliverysystems.com 5020 Investment Drive Fort Wayne, IN 46808 aptusdeliverysystems.com P: 260-744-1228; F: 260-744-6037 Warehousing, transportation, logistical order fulfillment, distribution, LTL, expedites, air freight, courier service, pool distribution

Boyer Transportation Services John C. Boyer III, President jboyertrans@comcast.net 6530 Glen Lake Court Fort Wayne, IN 46814 boyertrans.com P: 260-676-2140; F: 260-672-9540

G. Eddie Pillow, Vice President epillow@pillowlogistics.com 4005 Vincennes Road Indianapolis, IN 46268 pillowlogistics.com P: 317-415-4000, 888-884-0888 F: 317-415-4009 Courier logistics services, same-day, expedited, medical, office supplies, mail, warehouse staffing services, mail room management services, fulfillment and distribution services

Special Dispatch Don Nichols, General Manager donnichols@sdindy.com 3560 Developers Road Indianapolis, IN 46227 specialdispatchinc.com P: 317-787-0608; F: 317-791-2760 Courier/delivery since 1965; offering 1-hr, 2-hr & same-day service; on-demand box truck & tractor-trailer; warehouse & crossdock service; hazmat and TSA certified; open 24/7/365

Wheels Assured Logistics Gary W. Giles P.O. Box 47364 Indianapolis, IN 46247 wheelsassured.com P: 317-322-1919; F: 317-322-2074

Regional delivery and courier service

Wireless, broadband and nationwide communications

Assisting Indiana companies identify & penetrate foreign markets; export development

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A Plus Brokerage

Spot Freight


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Engineering/ Architectural Services American Structurepoint Inc. Christopher F. Murphy, PE, Vice President cmurphy@structurepoint.com 7260 Shadeland Station Indianapolis, IN 46256 structurepoint.com P: 317-547-5580; F: 317-543-0270

Apex Engineering 5521 Industrial Road Mount Vernon, IN 47620 apex-engineering.com P: 812-838-0148

Architects Incorporated II James K. Griggs, President griggs@ai2.biz 1220 Baldwin St. Elkhart, IN 46514 ai2.biz P: 574-262-4400; F: 574-262-3300

BF&S Paul Shaffer, Vice President, Airport Development pshaffer@bfsengr.com 8450 Westfield Blvd., Ste. 300 Indianapolis, IN 46240 bfsengr.com P: 317-713-4615; F: 317-713-4616

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DLZ Miguel A. Trevino, Vice President 111 W. Columbia St., Ste. 100 Fort Wayne, IN 46802 dlz.com P: 260-420-3114; F: 260-420-0240

DLZ Indiana W. Michael Jabo, Division Manager mjabo@dlz.com 900 Ridge Road, Ste. L Munster, IN 46321 dlz.com P: 219-836-5884; F: 219-836-6013

DLZ Industrial Kurt Schmiegel, President kschmiegel@dlz.com 316 Tech Drive Burns Harbor, IN 46304 dlz.com P: 219-764-4700; F: 219-764-4156 Surveying/field services, 3D laser scanning, hydrographic surveying material testing lab services

Enverity Engineering Ross Maue, President rmaue@enverityENG.com 9229 Delegates Row, Ste. 150 Indianapolis, IN 46240 enverityENG.com P: 317-706-2075; F: 317-706-2076

Falk-PLI Scott Falk, AIA, Architect sfalk@falk-pli.com 6370 Ameriplex Dr., Ste. 100 Portage, IN 46368 falk-pli.com P: 219-762-7024; F: 219-764-4261 Architecture, engineering, land surveying, construction management

JRA Architecture Andrew Churchill bhicks@jra-arch.com 7222 N. Shadeland Ave., Ste. 200 Indianapolis, IN 46250 jra-arch.com P: 317-806-1060; F: 317-806-1061 Site planning and evaluation, architectural design, space planning, LEED, marketing, computer renderings & video animation

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URS Corp.

Gabbard Environmental Services Inc.

John Boerger, Director of Business Development jboerger@martin-riley.com 221 W. Baker St. Fort Wayne, IN 46802 martin-riley.com P: 260-422-7994; F: 260-426-2067

Kate Zale, Transportation Program Manager kate.zale@urs.com One Indiana Square, Ste. 2100 Indianapolis, IN 46204 urscorp.com P: 317-532-5400; F: 317-532-5499

W.D. Gabbard, President wdgabbard@aol.com 7611 Hope Farm Road Fort Wayne, IN 46815 P: 260-493-2982; F: 260-493-4043

Michael Baker International Inc.

Wessler Engineering

JB Williams, Vice President jwilliams@mbakerintl.com 1650 Lyndon Farm Court, Ste. 101 Louisville, KY 40223 mbakerintl.com P: 502-339-3557; F: 502-339-4486

Beth Powlen, Business Development Representative bethp@wesslerengineering.com 5401 Vogel Road, Ste. 710 Evansville, IN 47715 wesslerengineering.com P: 812-475-1690; F: 812-475-1691

Kellie L. Walsh, Executive Director kellie@greaterindiana.com 6283 E. Centinary Road Mooresville, IN 46158 greaterindiana.com P: 317-834-3754; F: 317-834-3754

Michael Baker International Inc. John Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill john.oneill@mbakercorp.com 311 W. Monroe St., Ste. 1350 Chicago, IL 60606 mbakerintl.com P: 312-707-8770; F: 312-707-8804

Michael Baker International Inc. Mary Jo Hamman, Indiana, Director of Transportation mhamman@mbakercorp.com 3925 River Crossing Parkway, Ste. 150 Indianapolis, IN 46240 mbakerintl.com P: 317-663-8430; F: 317-663-8410

Moore & Associates Marcia McCutchan, HR marciam@maitech.com P.O. Box 625 Mount Vernon, IN 47620 maitech.com P: 812-838-4000; F: 812-838-4050

Morley & Associates James Q. Morley, President jqm@morleyandassociates.com 4800 Rosebud Lane Newburgh, IN 47630 morleyandassociates.com P: 812-464-9585; F: 812-464-2514

Wilderman & Associates Inc. Gene Wilderman, President lrumsey@wilderman-engineering.com 20 Shawnee Drive Evansville, IN 47713 wilderman-engineering.com P: 812-425-8858; F: 812-425-8886

Woolpert William Dougherty, Vice President bill.dougherty@woolpert.com 7635 Interactive Way, Ste. 100 Indianapolis, IN 46278 woolpert.com P: 317-299-7500; F: 317-291-5805 Site development, land planning, hydraulics, hydrology, commercial/retail/residential development, surveying, photogrammetry, geographic information services, enterprise information management

Yarger Engineering Inc. Brad Yarger, President bwyarger@yargerengineering.com 1401 Alimingo Drive Indianapolis, IN 46260 yargerengineering.com P: 317-475-1100; F: 317-475-0100 Traffic/roadway design and studies

Surveying

Environmental Services

Panzica Building Corp.

AECOM

Philip E. Panzica, RA, Principal Architect/President pepanzica@panzica.net 416 E. Monroe St., Ste. 320 South Bend, IN 46601 panzica.net P: 574-234-0124; F: 574-234-1023 Design/build & development

Quality Execution Inc. 1511 N. Main St. Mount Vernon, IN 47620 qualex.com P: 812-838-1601

Schmidt Associates 320 E. Vermont St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 schmidt-arch.com P: 317-263-6226; F: 317-263-6224

Schneider Corp., The contact@schneidercorp.com 8901 Otis Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46216 schneidercorp.com P: 317-826-7100; F: 317-826-7200 Survey, engineering, GIS Services

The Opus Group Douglas Swain, Vice President, General Manager douglas.swain@opus-group.com 3610 River Crossing Parkway, Ste. 230 Indianapolis, IN 46240 opus-group.com P: 317-705-0444; F: 317-705-1444 Commercial design build developer

askenvironment@aecom.com 1800 W. 17th St. Bloomington, IN 47404 aecom.com P: 812-336-0972; F: 812-336-3991

American Environmental Corp. Dan Fortune, Project Director fortune@aecindy.com 8500 Georgetown Road Indianapolis, IN 46268 americanenvironmental.net P: 317-871-4090; F: 317-871-4094 Environmental consulting, engineering, drilling and hazardous waste disposal services, investigation and remediation of soil and groundwater

Environmental Management Services info@emcevv.com 427 Main Street Evansville, IN 47708 emcevv.com P: 812-424-7768; F: 812-424-7797

Environmental Solutions Group Inc. helpis@esginfo.com 6685 Broadway, Ste. 1 Merrillville, IN 46410 esginfo.com P: 219-769-3400 Phase 1 & 2 environmental assessments, UST removal, soil & ground water sampling, asbestos inspections, indoor air quality assessments

Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition

Provides guidence on alt. fuel deployment and funding of projects

Indiana Department of Environmental Management Carol Corner, Commissioner 100 N. Senate Ave. Indianapolis, IN 46204 in.gov/idem P: 317-232-8603; F: 317-233-6647 State environmental regulatory agency

Industrial & Environmental Services Ralph G. Mora, President rgmora@iesolution.com 7550 E. Melton Road Gary, IN 46403 ies-env.com P: 219-939-5000; F: 219-939-6950 24-hour emergency spill response, environmental remediation and environmental consulting 24-Hour emergency telephone: 877-367-7745

Michael Baker International Inc. JB Williams, Vice President jwilliams@mbakerintl.com 1650 Lyndon Farm Court, Ste. 101 Louisville, KY 40223 mbakerintl.com P: 502-339-3557; F: 502-339-4486

Michael Baker International Inc. John Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Neill john.oneill@mbakercorp.com 311 W. Monroe St., Ste. 1350 Chicago, IL 60606 mbakerintl.com P: 312-707-8770; F: 312-707-8804

Michael Baker International Inc. Mary Jo Hamman, Indiana, Director of Transportation mhamman@mbakercorp.com 3925 River Crossing Parkway, Ste. 150 Indianapolis, IN 46240 mbakerintl.com P: 317-663-8430; F: 317-663-8410

Specialty Earth Sciences Dr. Lindsay Swearingen, Managing Partner lswearin@sesciences.com 4350 Security Parkway New Albany, IN 47150 sesciences.com P: 812-945-0733; F: 812-945-0735 Environmental remediation & consulting


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Integrity Tax Consulting

Consolidated Shepherd Insurance

Luke Shappell, CFO/COO lshappell@integritytax.com 6615 Brotherhood Way Fort Wayne, IN 46825 integritytax.com P: 260-637-8899

Jeff Kweder, President 111 Congressional Blvd, Ste. 100 Carmel, IN 46032 P: 317-846-5554, F: 317-846-5444 www.sheperdins.com

Property tax consulting

Katz, Sapper & Miller Certified Public Accountants Tim Almack talmack@ksmcpa.com 800 E. 96th St., Ste. 500 Indianapolis, IN 46240 ksmcpa.com P: 317-580-2000; F: 317-580-2117

PNC Brandt J. Burdick, Senior Vice President brandt.burdick@pnc.com 101 W. Washington St., Ste. 400E Indianapolis, IN 46255 pnc.com P: 317-267-7134; F: 317-267-8899

Healthcare Services Business Health Plus Inc. 1615 Blackiston View Drive Clarksville, IN 47129 businesshealthplus.com P: 812-282-4037

Floyd Memorial Occupational Health

Franciscan WorkingWell 3325 Willowcreek Road Portage, IN 46368 workingwellsite.org P: 219-764-8439; F: 219-764-8463

Franciscan WorkingWell 6615 S. Boundary Road Portage, IN 46368 workingwellsite.org P: 219-787-8662; F: 219-787-8420

Medic On-Site Services evansville@mediconsite.com 4925 Hitch-Peters Road Evansville, IN 47711 mediconsite.com P: 812-204-9283; F: 812-479-1144

St. Mary’s Occupational Medicine Clinic 2330 Lynch Road Evansville, IN 47711 stmarys.org/occmed P: 812-485-6900

Verve Health Gerry Erb, CEO gerb@verve-health.com 8200 Haverstick Road, Ste. 150 Indianapolis, IN 46240 verve-health.com P: 317-418-7000

Kent Brown, Client Executive kent.brown@hylant.com 6714 Pointe Inverness Way, Ste. 100 Fort Wayne, IN 46804 hylant.com P: 260-969-3923; F: 260-969-3999 Transportation, logistics, warehousing, intermodal, insurance consulting

ONB Insurance Group carla.carson@oldnationalins.com 925 Wabash Ave., Ste. 200 Terre Haute, IN 47807 oldnationalins.com P: 812-478-6000

Panther Expedited Services Shad Tidler, Account Executive stidler@pantherexpedite.com 4940 Panther Parkway Seville, OH 44273 pantherexpedite.com P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649 Expedited ground and air services

Truckinsure Inc. torrin@truck-insure.com 2540 Kent Ave. West Lafayette, IN 47906 truck-insure.com P: 765-563-1878

USI Insurance Services Don Anderson, Operating Company President 307 S. Main, Ste. 200 Elkhart, IN 46516 usi.biz P: 574-266-7667

Legal Services/Attorneys Barnes & Thornburg 110 E. Wayne St., Ste. 600 Fort Wayne, IN 46802 btlaw.com P: 260-423-9440; F: 260-424-8316

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP John R. Gregg, Partner 112 N. 7th St. Vincennes, IN 47591 bgdlegal.com P: 812-886-9970; F: 812-886-0776

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP William J. Kaiser Jr., Partner 212 W. 6th St. Jasper, IN 47546 bgdlegal.com P: 812-482-5500; F: 812-482-2017

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP

Worksite health centers for primary and urgent care, occupational health, DOT and rehab., wellness programs

Michael A. Grim, Partner 2350 First Financial Center 255 E. Fifth St. Cincinnati, OH 45202 bgdlegal.com P: 513-455-7600; F: 513-455-8500

Willowcreek Health Center

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP

3170 Willowcreek Road Portage, IN 46368 comhs.org P: 219-947-6628; F: 219-947-6629

Bruce A. Smith, Partner 25 NW Riverside Drive, Ste. 100 Evansville, IN 47708 bgdlegal.com P: 812-437-0200; F: 812-437-6717

Kightlinger & Gray

Michael L. Eckerle, Partner 2700 Market Tower, 10 W. Market St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 bgdlegal.com P: 317-635-8900; F: 317-236-9907

info@k-glaw.com One Indiana Square, Ste. 300 211 N. Pennsylvania St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 k-glaw.com P: 317-638-4521; F: 317-636-5917

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Bruce A. Smith, Partner 312 Main St. Vincennes, IN 47591 bgdlegal.com P: 812-882-0222; F: 812-437-6717

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP Michael A. Grim, Partner 3500 National City Tower, 101 S. Fifth St. Louisville, KY 40202 bgdlegal.com P: 502-589-4200; F: 502-587-3695 Bose McKinney & Evans LLP Jennifer Walker, Chief Marketing Officer jwalker@boselaw.com 111 Monument Circle, Ste. 2700 Indianapolis, IN 46204 boselaw.com P: 317-684-5000; F: 317-684-5173

Faegre Baker Daniels James Birge, Chair-Advanced Manufacturing and Logistics Practice jim.birge@faegrebd.com 600 E. 96th St., Ste. 600 Indianapolis, IN 46204 faegreBD.com P: 317-569-4651; F: 317-569-4800

Ice Miller LLP 200 W. Madison St., Ste. 3500 Chicago, IL 60606 icemiller.com P: 312-726-1567; F: 312-726-7102

Ice Miller LLP Philip Genetos philip.genetos@icemiller.com One American Square, Ste. 2900 Indianapolis, IN 46282 icemiller.com P: 317-236-2307; F: 317-592-4658 Ports industrial development, municipal gas utility, single and multi-family housing, airports, ports, and 501(c)(3) bonds

Kightlinger & Gray info@k-glaw.com 312 S. Fourth St., Ste. 700 Louisville, KY 40202 k-glaw.com P: 502-442-2295; F: 502-442-2703

Kightlinger & Gray info@k-glaw.com 7311 Eagle Crest Blvd. Evansville, IN 47715 k-glaw.com P: 812-474-4400; F: 812-474-4414

Kightlinger & Gray info@k-glaw.com Bonterra Bldg., Ste. 200 3620 Blackiston Blvd. New Albany, IN 47150 k-glaw.com P: 812-949-2300; F: 812-949-8556

Krieg DeVault pbrennan@kdlegal.com 8001 Broadway, Ste. 400 Merrillville, IN 46410 kriegdevault.com P: 219-227-6100; F: 219-227-6101

Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary, PC Jeffrey S. Jackson, Partner jjackson@scopelitis.com 10 W. Market St., Ste. 1500 Indianapolis, IN 46204 scopelitis.com P: 317-637-1777; F: 317-687-2414 Transportation-related legal services

Shanahan & Shanahan James A. Shanahan, Partner jashanahan@lawbyshanahan.com 230 W. Monroe St., Ste. 2620 Chicago, IL 60606 lawbyshanahan.com P: 312-263-0607; F: 312-263-0611 Bond counsel, borrower’s counsel, issuer’s counsel, underwriter’s counsel, counsel on municipal financings

Shanahan & Shanahan James A. Shanahan, Partner jashanahan@lawbyshanahan.com 609 Treybourne Drive, Ste. C Greenwood, IN 46142 lawbyshanahan.com P: 317-881-4881 Bond counsel, borrower’s counsel, issuer’s counsel, underwriter’s counsel, counsel on municipal financings

Media/Publishing/PR American Journal of Transportation George Lauriat, Editor-in-Chief editorial@ajot.com 116 Court St., Ste. 5 Plymouth, MA 2360 ajot.com P: 508-927-4188; F: 508-927-4189

Building Indiana News Andrea M. Pearman, Publisher apearman@buildingindiana.com 1330 Arrowhead Court Crown Point, IN 46307 buildingindiananews.com P: 219-226-0300; F: 219-226-0303

Cargo Business News miked@nwpublishingcenter.com 1028 Industry Drive Tukwila, WA 98188 cargobusinessnews.com P: 206-324-5644; F: 206-324-8939

Kightlinger & Gray info@k-glaw.com Merrillville Corporate Center 8001 Broadway, Ste. 100 Merrillville, IN 46410 k-glaw.com P: 219-769-0413; F: 219-769-0798

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Financial Services/Banks | Insurance Services | Legal Services/Attorneys

1700 State St. New Albany, IN 47150 floydmemorial.com P: 812-542-4988

Hylant Transportation

Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Financial Services/Banks Insurance Services


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2016 Indiana Logistics Director y Grow Indiana Media Ventures/ Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick Gerry Dick, President & Managing Editor general@growindiana.net 1630 N. Meridian St., Ste. 400 Indianapolis, IN 46202 insideindianabusiness.com P: 317-275-2010; F: 317-472-7355

Harbor House Publishers - Great Lakes/Seaway Review Magazine Michelle Cortright, Publisher mcortright@harborhouse.com 221 Water St. Boyne City, MI 49712 harborhouse.com P: 800-491-1760; F: 866-906-3392 Publishing, regional transportation, harbor@ harborhouse.com

Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International 2 Park Lane, Earls Colne Colchester, CO6 2RJ U.K. heavyliftpfi.com P: 44-1787-222434

Indianapolis Business Journal Greg Morris, President/Publisher info-ibj@ibj.com 41 E. Washington St., Ste.200 Indianapolis, IN 46204 ibj.com P: 317-634-6200; F: 317-263-5060

AVIATION

Category

Media/Publishing/PR | Real Estate/Site Selection

Inland Port Magazine Daron Jones, Editor djones@inlandportmagazine.com 27270 Jimmy Lane Conroe, TX 77385 inlandportmagazine.com P: 281-602-5400

Journal of Commerce Chris Brooks, Executive Editor cbrooks@joc.com 2 Penn Plaza East Newark, NJ 7105 joc.com P: 973-776-8660

Logistics Management lpeddie@peerlessmedia.com 111 Speen St., Ste. 200 Framingham, MA 1701 logisticsmgmt.com P: 508-663-1500; F: 877-417-8291

Logistics Quarterly circulation@LogisticsQuarterly.com 131 Bloor St. Toronto, ON M5R 2E3, Canada logisticsquarterly.com P: 416-461-8355

Manufacturing & Logistics IT Magazine

Modern Materials Handling

Commercial Advantage Inc.

Integrity Tax Consulting

111 Speen St., Ste. 200 Framingham, MA 01701 mmh.com P: 508-663-1500; F: 877-330-7427

Lori Tubbs, President ltubbs@commercial-adv.com 9111 S. Broadway, Ste. LL Merrillville, IN 46410 commercial-adv.com P: 219-736-0014; F: 219-736-0134

Luke Shappell, CFO/COO lshappell@integritytax.com 6615 Brotherhood Way Fort Wayne, IN 46825 integritytax.com P: 260-637-8899

Russo Communications Steve Russo srusso@russocomm.com P.O. Box 675 Zionsville, IN 46077 russocomm.com P: 317-873-1678

Supply Chain Brain Magazine 750 Smith Road Peconic, NY 19958 supplychainbrain.com P: 516-829-9210; F: 516-829-9722

Suppy Chain Management Review lpeddie@peerlessmedia.com 111 Speen St., Ste. 200 Framingham, MA 01701 scmr.com P: 508-663-1500; F: 877-417-8291

Waterways Journal Weekly info@waterwaysjournal.net 319 N. 4th St., Ste. 650 St. Louis, MO 63102 waterwaysjournal.net P: 314-241-7354; F: 314-241-4207

World Cargo News gtilbury@wcnpublishing.com The Coach House, 24 Bridge St. Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 8BX U.K. worldcargonews.com P: +44 1372 375511; F: +44 1372 370111

Real Estate/Site Selection Acorn Group Inc./TCN Worldwide Real Estate Albert Donato III, President adonato3@acorn-group.net 1 N. Pennsylvania St., Ste. 300 Indianapolis, IN 46204 acorn-group.net P: 317-231-1000; F: 317-231-1016 Brokerage, consulting, site selection, build to suit, tenant representation, development, redevelopment, property management, facilities management; local, regional, international

Aspen Property Management John Perine, President jperine@aspenmanagementcompany.com 910 N. Shadeland Ave., #6 Indianapolis, IN 46240 aspenmanagementcompany.com P: 317-352-9147 Leasing of offices, retail, industrial, self storage, HOA

Baker Commercial Real Estate Jim Baker, SIOR, CCIM, President jim@bakercre.com 603 N. Shore Drive, Ste. 201 Jeffersonville, IN 47130 bakercre.com P: 812-285-0900; F: 812-285-0700

Marine Log

Industrial and commercial real estate sales, leasing, consulting

MEK Group, The Michael Snyder, Managing Principal msnyder@themekgroup.com 11405 N. Pennsylvania St., Ste. 103 Carmel, IN 46032 themekgroup.com P: 317-805-4870; F: 317-844-4934 74

Chris Yeakey Market Leader Indianapolis chris.yeakey@cushwake.com www.dtz.cassidyturley.com One American Square, Ste. 1300 Indianapolis, IN 46282 cassidyturley.com P: 317-634-6363; F: 317-639-0504 Brokerage, economic incentive procurement, property management, construction services, corporate services, auction services

Darwin Realty & Development George Cibula, Chairman gcibula@@darwinrealty.com 970 N. Oak Lawn Elmhurst, IL 60126 darwinrealty.com P: 630-782-9520; F: 630-782-9531

DTM Real Estate Marvin Murdock, Construction Management mmurdock@dtmrealestate.com 1 N. Meridian St., Ste. 901 Indianapolis, IN 46204 dtmrealestate.com P: 317-917-9905; F: 866-356-2002 Full service commercial brokerage, facility/ property management, construction management, consulting

Duke Realty Corp.

editor@ibcpub.com P.O. Box 3575; Barnet Hertfordshire, EN5 9QD U.K. logisticsit.com P: +44 (0) 1707 664200 marinelog@sbpub.com 55 Broad St., 26th Floor New York, NY 10004 marinelog.com P: 212-620-7200; F: 212-633-1165

Property tax consulting

Cushman & Wakefield

Bingham Economic Development Advisors/Bingham Greenebaum Doll Jeff Kirk, Partner 2700 Market Tower, 10 W. Market St. Indianapolis, IN 46204 bgdlegal.com P: 317-968-5478; F: 317-236-9907

600 E. 96th St., Ste. 100 Indianapolis, IN 46240 dukerealty.com P: 317-808-6000; F: 317-808-6794 Build to suit logistics facilities & facilities for lease up to 1 million square feet or more

First Industrial Realty Trust Inc. Daniel Meador, Regional Director/ Market Leader info@firstindustrial.com 1425 Sadlier Circle W. Indianapolis, IN 46238 firstindustrial.com P: 317-352-8391, ext. 11491; F: 317-351-1777

Hahn Realty Corp. Gene Hahn, Principal Broker hrc2u@hahnrealtycorp.com 5011 Washington Ave., Ste. 1 Evansville, IN 47715 hahnrealtycorp.com P: 812-477-6980; F: 812-471-3027 Relocation & commercial development

Holladay Properties - Headquarters Doug Hunt, Senior Vice President and Partner dhunt@holladayproperties.com 227 S. Main St., Ste. 300 South Bend, IN 46601 holladayproperties.com P: 574-234-2073; F: 574-284-3790 Development, design/build and asset management

Holladay Properties (AmeriPlex Indianapolis Office) Chris Wilkes cwilkes@holladayproperties.com 5715 Decatur Blvd. Indianapolis, IN 46241 holladayproperties.com P: 317-548-4231; F: 317-856-9012 Development, design/build and asset management

Jones Lang LaSalle Steve Schwegman, Senior Vice President, Supply Chain & Logistics Solutions steve.schwegman@am.jll.com 8900 Keystone Crossing, Ste. 1150 Indianapolis, IN 46240 joneslanglasalle.com P: 317-810-7185 Real estate, site selection, supply chain consulting, business & economic incentives

Koetter Construction Bob Koetter, President bob@thekoettergroup.com 7393 Pete Andres Road Floyds Knobs, IN 47119 thekoettergroup.com P: 812-923-9873; F: 812-923-9873 Commercial construction and real estate

Landmark Realty & Development Inc. Stacy Stevens, Broker/Owner sstevens@landmarkrealtyinc.com 915 Main St., Ste. 608 Evansville, IN 47708 landmarkrealtyinc.com P: 812-474-9814; F: 812-474-9834

Lauth Property Group 111 Congressional Carmel, IN 46032 lauth.net P: 317-848-6500; F: 317-848-6511

Newmark Grubb/Cressy & Everett George Cressy, CEO 4100 Edison Lakes Parkway, Ste. 350 Mishawaka, IN 46545 cressyandeverett.com P: 574-271-4060; F: 574-271-4292

Perry County Development Corp. Alvin C. Evans, President & CEO alvin@pickperry.com 601 Main St., Ste. A Tell City, IN 47586 pickperry.com P: 812-547-8377; F: 812-547-8378

River Ridge Development Authority Jerry G. Acy, Executive Director jerry@riverridgeecc.com 6200 E. State Road 62 Bldg. 2501, Ste. 600 Jeffersonville, IN 47130 riverridgecc.com P: 812-285-8979; F: 812-285-8983

Summit Realty Group/Cushman & Wakefield Matt Langfeldt, Partner 1720 N. Kinser Pike Bloomington, IN 47404 cushmanwakefield.com P: 812-822-1122

Summit Realty Group/Cushman & Wakefield Brian Zurawski, Principal bzurawski@summitrealtygroup.com 241 N. Pennsylvania St., Ste. 300 Indianapolis, IN 46204 summitrealtygroup.com P: 317-713-2100; F: 317-713-2103


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Tobin Development Corp.

Conexus Indiana

Kevin J. Tobin, President ktobin@tobindevelopment.com 500 N. Michigan Ave., Ste. 600 Chicago, IL 60611 tobindevelopment.com P: 312-615-5200

David Holt, Vice President, Operations, Business Development dholt@conexusindiana.com 111 Monument Circle, Ste. 1800 Indianapolis, IN 46204 conexusindiana.com P: 317-638-2108; F: 317-638-2110

Design, build for sale or lease

Research C.H. Robinson - Evansville Branch Thomas Burkhardt, General Manager thomas.burkhardt@chrobinson.com 5155 Rosebud Lane Newburgh, IN 47630 chrobinson.com P: 812-842-0000; F: 812-842-0001 Rail services; trucking - bulk haul, flat bed, heavy haul, LTL, truckload, refrigerated, specialized, regional, national; trucking services; freight forwarders; heavy lift/ haulage; intermodal services; steamship lines/agents; 3PL; distribution centers

Center of Workforce Innovations Linda Woloshansky, President & CEO lwolo@innovativeworkforce.com 2804 Boilermaker Court, Ste. E Valparaiso, IN 46383 innovativeworkforce.com P: 219-462-2940; F: 219-465-6860 Innovative, customized training solutions for the logistics workforce, assistance with training grants, skill assessment & recruitment

AVIATION

Category

Research | Security | Translation Services

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Foreign Targets Inc. Andrew Reinke, President fti@foreigntargets.com 435 Virginia Ave., Ste. 504 Indianapolis, IN 46203 foreigntargets.com P: 317-822-9710; F: 317-822-9719 Assisting Indiana companies identify & penetrate foreign markets; export development

Nextrans Center Srinivas Peeta, Ph.D., Director peeta@purdue.edu 3000 Kent Ave. W. Lafayette, IN 47906 purdue.edu/dp/nextrans P: 765-496-9729; F: 765-807-3123

Security

SII (Security Industries Inc.), a div. of TAG

7P Solutions

Danny Jones, General Manager djones@tagsii.com 1000 Georgiana St. Hobart, IN 46342 siisecurity.com P: 219-942-9447; F: 219-942-9448

Jeff Clark, President jclark@7psolutions.biz 136 N. Van Buren St., P.O. Box 1274 Nashville, IN 47448 7psolutions.biz P: 812-988-4430 GPS security, environmental monitoring

Indatus David Durik, CEO 432 State St. New Albany, IN 47150 indatus.com P: 812-945-6351; F: 812-945-6352 Telephone systems, data networks, surveillance systems, security & door access systems, data & voice disaster recovery

Securitas Security Services USA Inc. Brian D. Crowley, Business Development Manager brian.crowley@securitasinc.com 1712 N. Meridian St., Ste. 200 Indianapolis, IN 46206 securitasinc.com P: 317-490-4494; F: 317-591-0276 Logistics security, armed & unarmed on-site guarding, mobile patrol and electronic security integration

Provider of security fence, authomated gates, access controls and many types of doors exclusively to the industrial/heavy commercial marketplace

Translation Services Indy Translations info@indytranslations.com 11495 N. Pennsylvania St., Ste. 270 Carmel, IN 46032 indytranslations.com P: 317-566-8200; F: 317-566-9465

LTC Martin George, CEO mgeorge@languagetrainingcenter.com 5750 Castle Creek Parkway, Ste. 487 Indianapolis, IN 46250 languagetrainingcenter.com P: 888-456-1626; F: 317-578-1673 Translation, interpreting, language training, cross cultural training


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CO

CA

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OK

AZ Phoenix (PHX)

San Diego (SAN)

KY

Greensboro (GSO)

AR

Champaign

CAYMAN ISLANDS (UK)

Guadalajara (GDL) Mexico City (MEX)

200

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(DCY)

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CO

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71

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74

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65

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70

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Shelbyville Muncipal (GEZ)

Greenwood Municipal (HFY)

Bloomington Monroe County (BMG)

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Anderson

Randolph County (I22)

Anderson Municipal (AID)

Indianapolis Metro (UMP)

Indianapolis

Greenwood

Brazil-Clay County Municipal (OI2)

Terre Haute Int’l (HUF)

Sullivan County (SIV)

TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS (UK)

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Indianapolis Regional (MQJ) Indianapolis Downtown Heliport (8A4)

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70

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69

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Huntsville (HSV)

MS Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW)

TX

MEXICO

DeKalb County (GWB)

Smith Field (SMD)

Fort Wayne

Huntington Municipal (HHG)

Peru Municipal (I76) White County (MCX)

Purdue University (LAF)

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INRD

CSX

Richmond

NS

Lawrence

Brownsburg CSX

Terre Haute

Muncie

Fishers

CSX

Decatur

GA

Portland NS NS

INCR

CIW

Carmel

Zionsville

Crawfordsville CSX BERMUDA (UK)

SC

Rockville

MS LA

TX

Greensburg

Hamilton

IORY

Edinburgh

FL

BAHAMAS

INRD

INRD

Seymour

HAITI CAYMAN ISLANDS (UK)

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC PUERTO RICO

ISRR

(US)

CSX NS

MAJOR RAILROADS OF NORTH AMERICA

Pana Cana ma l

Huntingburg

MEXICO

Norfolk Southern Union Pacific

Milwaukee

ADMINISTRATIVE BOUNDARIES International State/Province

Delavan

GREENLAND

43

Grand Rapids

94

Burlington

ND 90

15

OR

29

94

ID WY

86

17

SD

90

25

94 WI

80

70

29

NE 76

UT 15

CA

CO

70

72

70

135

49

44

57

8

NM

25

35

20 35

MS

64

90

MA

CT RI

45

24

49

2

40

35

GA

Tuscola

95

FL

95

HAITI 307

180

120

150

134

180

175

190

Salem

BELIZE

307

200

MALA

GUATE

100 200 300 400 500 Km

COSTA RICA

MAJOR HIGHWAYS OF NORTH AMERICA

31W

62

9004

9001

431

69

Morgantown Greenville

231

62

68

Cave City

HAITI

Bardstown Harrodsburg

150

31E

150

Stanford

68

65

64

Lexington

9002

Hodgenville

Beaver Dam 9007

62 Princeton

62

Frankfort 60

31E

Elizabethtown

Owensboro

60

641 62

27

25

421

64

265 65

9005

Paducah

Falmouth

Eminence

Louisville

31W

60

41

24

52

75

127

42 Clarksville

New Albany

60

41A

ADMINISTRATIVE BOUNDARIES International 60 State/Province

275

42

71

Madison

150

264

COLUMBIA

75

Hamilton

Cincinnati

421

Huntingburg

PANAMA

LEGEND HIGHWAYS Interstates Major Highways

Brookville

Greensburg

North Vernon

Carrollton

231 Henderson

Eldorado

Sturgis

• U.S. interstates and major highways in Canada and Mexico • Source: Controlled-access highways defined as interstates by the U.S. Federal Highway Administration and major traffic thoroughfares in Canada and Mexico

52

74

50

Austin

69

Evansville Mount Vernon

Pana Cana ma l

Dayton Middletown

Shelbyville

Columbus

31

Fort Branch

64 45

VENEZUELA

NICARAGUA

300 Miles

Troy

27

Paoli

41

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES (NL)

RAS

HONDU

EL SALVADOR

200

Piqua

Richmond

70

65 Seymour

50

Washington

Vincennes

186

185

200

100

40

Franklin

Bloomington

Bedford

69

50

Flora

190

95

0

JAMAICA

(US)

127

36

New Castle

Indianapolis

Greenwood

231

Sullivan

45

57 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC PUERTO RICO

35

36

Lawrence

Edinburgh

40 TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS (UK)

CAYMAN ISLANDS (UK)

40

Brazil

Terre Haute

70 Casey

BAHAMAS

CUBA

180

105

0

Paris

57 45

4 75

180

85 57

200

Rockville

Arcola

16

75 10

37

40

57

54

15

Celina

Portland

75

Muncie

69 Anderson

Fishers

465 Speedway

Lima

33

Elwood

Carmel

Zionsville

Brownsburg

224

27

Marion

35

Noblesville

Lebanon

136

41

36

31

421

52

74 Crawfordsville

150

Tolono

24

Paulding

Decatur Berne

Frankfort

231

Danville

Champaign

127

469

Wabash

Kokomo

Lafayette

136

74 72

Decatur Mount Zion

24 Peru

Trucks use North America’s roadways for the widest reach in freight transportation, delivering goods to major metros and rural areas. Maps in this section show the location of the U.S. Interstate System and major roadways in Canada and CAYMAN JAMAICA ISLANDS Mexico, as well as primary roads in Indiana. (UK)

Bryan

6 33

Fort Wayne

Delphi

CUBA

Coldwater

Angola

Ligonier

Warsaw

Huntington

Logansport Fowler

Paxton

Le Roy

Clinton

BERMUDA (UK)

85

30

MEXICO

49

40

20

Goshen

33

30

35

West Lafayette

Bloomington

NJ

85

26

10

18 57

15

69 80

Elkhart

Plymouth

31

Rensselaer

Watseka

45

DE

95

VA

40 73 95

SC

41

52

24

55

10

16

1

Mishawaka

6

Knox

421

57

Fairbury

89 93

NC

131

12

Granger

90

South Bend

LaPorte

30

Hebron

231

Rochester

VT91 NH

84

PA

MD 81

77

85 20

85

65

59

87

81 88

390

99

68

79

WV

40 26

75

AL

20

LA

86

80

79

77

81 24 59

49

45

70

KY 75 65

TN65

30

20

45

76

71OH

64

64

24 40

TX 10

15

69

64

55

40

AR

55

10

19

1

90

75

74

70

55

MO

35

44

27

96 196 94 80 90

94

74 39 5557 65 IN 69

IL

KS

OK 40

90

43

35

IA 80

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

25

AZ 40

17

10

NY

75

39

90

84 80

NV 5

7

400

MI

Three Rivers

31 Buchanan

20

94

Hobart

Merrillville Valparaiso

65

Nova Scotia

417

69

35

MN

Michigan CIty Portage

Gary

Highland

Crown Point

Jackson

12

Bridgman

80 Schererville

45 Kankakee

Prince Edward Island

95

17

94

MT

84

5

2

Hammond

Joliet

80

ME

117

East Chicago

355

52

SAINT PIERRE & MIQUELON (FR)

New Brunswick

11

11

Chicago

Aurora

34

Quebec

Ontario 17

Chelsea

Battle Creek

TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS (UK)

Highways, page 87

96

Leslie

127 Kalamazoo

94

St. Joseph

75

Berea

Mount Vernon

Greensburg

27 127

25

BELIZE

ALA

TEM GUA

0 0

100

200

AS

NICARAGUA

300 Miles

100 200 300 400 500 Km

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

DUR

HON

EL SALVADOR

HIGHWAYS

Newfoundland and Labrador Manitoba

16 1

15

Lake Michigan

294

Oak Park

88

30

CANADA

Saskatchewan

1

Okemos

69

South Haven

196

British Columbia

69

Lansing

Wayland

131

45

14

90

27

96

Beechwood

Twin Lakes Harvard

Alberta

Frankfort Lexington

Nunavut

16

MGR

Louisville

Owensboro

Northwest Territories

90

Jeffersonville LORL New Albany

HOS

NS

PANAMA

Yukon

WA

CSX Clarksville

SIND

NS

ISRR

CSX

EVWR

Mount Vernon

COLUMBIA

LEGEND RAILROADS BNSF Railway CN Railway Canadian Pacific CSX Ferromex Kansas City Southern

• Class I railroads serving North America • Source: U.S. Surface Transportation Board defines Class I railroads as having annual carrier operating revenues of $250 AK million or more

Madison

Austin

Paoli

DCRR

ISRR

Fort Branch

ISRR

VENEZUELA

NICARAGUA

300 Miles

COSTA RICA

LIRC

CSX

Washington

CSX

Vincennes

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES (NL)

Evansville

200

Bedford

INRD

JAMAICA

RAS

HONDU

EL SALVADOR

100

100 200 300 400 500 Km

North Vernon CMPA

CSX

BELIZE

MALA

GUATE

0

16

Cincinnati CSX

Bloomfield

TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS (UK)

CUBA

0

CIND

INRD

Sullivan

MEXICO

Columbus

Bloomington

CSX ISRR

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MW

Berne NS

Marion

Elwood

NS HHPA

NC TN

AR

NM

USRP CERA

Kokomo

Lafayette

NS

KY

MO OK

AZ

WC

WSRY

WSRY

West Lafayette

KBSR

WV

KS

CA

Wabash

Peru

Delphi

KBSR

Bloomington

NJ

MD

Decatur

CSX

KBSR

MA

CT RI PA

IA

NE

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

CFE

Huntington NS

Logansport

TPW

Fowler

NY

MI

WI

SD

WY

Fort Wayne

Rensselaer

TPW

MN

ID

NV

NS CFE

NS

Rochester

Nova Scotia

MT OR

Warsaw

FCRR

ME

ND

Angola Ligonier CSX

Plymouth

Knox

Ontario WA

CSX

Prince Edward Island

IN

Goshen

CFE

CKIN

NS

SAINT PIERRE & MIQUELON (FR)

New Brunswick

GDLK

NS NS

Crown Point

Hebron

Elkhart

South Bend LaPorte CN

CSX

Highland Hobart CN

Hammond

Joliet

Quebec

Mishawaka

NS

CSX

Newfoundland and Labrador Manitoba

LA

81

Railroads, page 84

Battle Creek

Lake Michigan

Chicago

Oak Park Aurora

CANADA

WEST VIRGINIA

64

VIRGINIA

Lansing

Nunavut

Saskatchewan

Charleston

Riv er

Northwest Territories

Alberta

Kahaw ha River

64

GREENLAND

British Columbia

77

Robert C. Byrd L&D

Huntington

KENTUCKY

Green River

24

ADMINISTRATIVE BOUNDARIES International State/Province

Greenup L&D

64

Lexington Ken tuc

Ohio River

57

WATERWAYS L&D Number 53 Navigable Waterways Ferry ServicesL&D Number 52

River

Frankfort

64

River

Cannelton L&D

John T. Myers L&D

COLUMBIA

PANAMA

LEGEND PORTS Over 100 Million Tons of Cargo 50-100 Million Tons of Cargo 20-50 Million Tons of Cargo 10-20 Million Tons of Cargo 5-10 Million Tons of Cargo

Ohio

Capt. Anthony Meldahl L&D

Ohio

Newburgh L&D

Evansville

75

Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville Louisville

64

Port of IndianaMount Vernon

VENEZUELA

er Riv

300 Miles

i Riv er

dy

200

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES (NL)

siss

San

100

100 200 300 400 500 Km

MAJOR PORTS

OF NORTH AMERICA

Markland L&D

65 69

57

PUERTO RICO (US)

64

Mis 55

NICARAGUA

Big

HOND

EL SALVADOR

68

79

Racine L&D

McAlpine L&D

URAS

MALA

GUATE

79

Belleville L&D

Cincinnati

71

JAMAICA

Caribbean Sea

BELIZE

SALINA CRUZ

0

CAYMAN ISLANDS (UK)

CAYO ARCAS

VERACRUZ

0

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

HAITI

TUXPAN

LAZARO CARDENAS

70

Hannibal L&D

Willow Island L&D

275

Bloomington

SAN JUAN

Saint Louis

ALTAMIRA

MANZANILLO

Pike Island L&D

Hamilton 74

70

Florissant

Gulf of Mexico

ISTI

BAHAMAS

PORT EVERGLADES MIAMI

Saint Peters

Pittsburgh

70

Columbus

71

675

70

sh River

TOPOLOBAMPO

Dayton Middletown

Terre Haute

Waba

de Golfo rnia Califo

GUAYMAS

PLA

70

Indianapolis

JACKSONVILLE

MO PAS BIL NEW CAG E OUL SOU ORL POR A TH QUE EAN GAL T ART MIN LOU FRE VES SIA S ES HUR POR EPO TON NA T LAV RT COR ACA PUS

TEXAS CITY

Muncie

Anderson 74

57

HOUSTON

GUERRERO NEGRO

Lafayette

74

Champaign

ATLANTIC OCEAN

SAVANNAH

Montgomery L&D Dashields L&D Emsworth L&D

New Cumberland L&D

71

Decatur

BERMUDA (UK)

WILMINGTON

CHARLESTON

GA

All eg Riv he er ny

76

Monongahela River

AL

Youngstown

Canton

77

Bloomington

155

Springfield

72

SC

MS

80

80

Akron

gum skin r Mu Rive

TX PACIFIC OCEAN

ISLA DE CEDROS

TN

iv

BERMUDA (U

Cleveland

Parma

Elyria

71

57

NC

MEMPHIS

PA

79

Maritime transportation is critical to the globalNC economy, OK accounting for approximately TN 90 percent of world trade by SC ARin this section display major ports in North volume. Maps America as well as Indiana’s marine terminals on the Ohio MS AL GA River and Lake Michigan. Lorain

90

OHIO

469

NEWPORT NEWS NORFOLK

172

MO

LAKE CHARLES LA BATON

Erie

90

Euclid

Lakewood

80

Fort Wayne

69

Gulf of Maine

Riv HUNTINGTONVA Ohio LOUISVILLE TRISTATE KY MOUNT (Jeffersonville) VERNON

ST. LOUIS

AR

75

Toledo

80

Lake Erie

A D A . N .A A C U.S Mentor

River

KS

OK NM

90

Elkhart

INDIANA

65

LaGrange L&D

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

CO

AZ

LONG BEACH

94

Mic South Po hig Burns rt of an Cit Bend Ind y ian Ha Wa terwa a-Burnrbor y Ha s rbo Harbo r r

55

VA KY

Ports, page 81MO

Lake St Clair

Taylor 275

MICHIGAN

69

Peoria L&DHALIFAXPeoria

MONTREAL

ILLINOIS

i Riv ipp ss

IA

NE

UT CA

LOS ANGELES

ME

Ann Arbor

RAILROADS

SD

WY Great Salt Lake

NV

OAKLAND

SAINT PIERRE & MIQUELON (FR)

PORT HAWKESBURY

Nova Scotia

SAINT JOHN

QUEBEC SOREL

SAULTSTE-MARIE

Lake Superior

Prince Edward Island

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MN

ID

RICHMOND

SILVER BAY TWO HARBORS DULUTH-SUPERIOR

Gulf of St. Lawrence

New Brunswick

Warren

Livonia

94

Kalamazoo

Scioto

AZ

THUNDER BAY

ND

VANCOUVER

PORTLAND

pi Rive

r

ence

BAIE-COMEAU PORT-ALFRED

COME-BY-CHANCE

SEPT-ILES

PORT-CARTIER

Ontario

Dresden Island L&D Marseilles L&D

Starved RockOFFSHORE L&D

Quebec 74

Lake Winnipeg

SEATTLE TACOMA KALAMA WA

Farmington Hills

Detroit Battle Creek

Aurora T.J. O'Brien L&D Lockport L&D Gary Brandon Road L&D Joliet

39 Newfoundland and Labrador

Manitoba Saskatchewan METRO VANCOUVER ANACORTES LONGVIEW

Chicago

Wheaton 88

80

Iowa Hudson Bay City

CANADA

Alberta

VANCOUVER ISLAND

96

196

Evanston

Elgin

n Strait

British Columbia PRINCE RUPERT

90

Hudso

I O WA

Ced

McLeod Bay

Lake Michigan

Waukegan

Rockford

Foxe Basin

Gulf of Alaska

Kenosha

94

GREENLAND Davis Strait

Lock & Dam

Great Bear Lake

Ind Bu iana Ha ffin rbo Ga ry gton r Ha rbo Harbo r r

Yukon

65

69

|

Federal Harbor

AK

9007

ADMINISTRATIVE BOUNDARIES International State/Province

AIRPORTS Over 1 Million Tons of Cargo 250,000 - 1 Million Tons of Cargo 90,000 - 250,000 Tons of Cargo

• Airports handling at least 90,000 tons of cargo per year • Source: Airports Council International and the Mexican Ministry of Communications and Transportation (2011) VALDEZ

9001

LEGEND

OF NORTH AMERICA

Riv er

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Denver (DEN)

MA Boston (BOS)

CT RI

NJ Newark (EWR) Detroit (DTW) New York (JFK) PA Toledo (TOL) Philadelphia (PHL) OH MD Baltimore (BWI) DE Indianapolis (IND) Washington (IAD) WV Cincinnati (CVG)

MA

CT RI

Tri-State Steuben County (ANQ)

Kendalville Municipal (C62)

Warsaw Muncipal (ASW)

55

NH

Toronto (YYZ) Hartford (BDL)

North America

NE

Salt Lake City (SLC)

UT

NY

MI

WI

Minneapolis (MSP)

IA Chicago (ORD)

Plymouth Muncipal (C65)

Stark County (OXI)

65 57

Montreal (YMX) Montreal (YUL) VT

MN SD

WY

Arens Field (RWN)

Nova Scotia

ME

ND MT ID

NV

Hammond

SAINT PIERRE & MIQUELON (FR) Prince Edward Island

New Brunswick

Winnipeg (YWG)

WA

80

Elkhart

Bend South Bend Regional (SBN)

Porter County Municipal (VPZ)

VT NH

69

Elkhart Muncipal (EKM)

90

94

Gary

80

Quebec

Ontario Seattle (SEA)

Oakland (OAK) San Francisco (SFO)

80

Joliet

Manitoba Saskatchewan

Calgary (YYC)

Vancouver (YVR)

Portland (PDX)

OR

Michigan City Municipal (MGC) LaPorte Municipal South (PPO)

Gary/Chicago Int’l (GYY)

355

Battle Creek

Kalamazoo/Battle Creek (AZO)

Chicago

Oak Park Aurora

Newfoundland and Labrador

Airports, page 78

96

NY

MI

WI

SD

69

Nova Scotia

io

Alberta

Kalamazoo

94

Lake Michigan

294

Chicago O'Hare Int’l (ORD)

88

British Columbia

Capital Region Int’l (LAN)

96

Lansing 69

WY

Nunavut Northwest Territories

Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GRR)

Prince Edward Island

PORTS

Anchorage (ANC)

Grand Rapids

General Mitchell International Airport (MKE)

94

43

GREENLAND

AK

CA

New Brunswick

|

OR

SAINT P & MIQUEL

Oh

WA

AIRPORTS

Known as “The Crossroads Manitoba of America,” Indiana provides extensive logistics and transportation infrastructure in the heart of the country that efficiently Quebec Saskatchewan connects airways, railways, highways and waterways. This logistics advantage saves businesses both time and money every day, and provides a solid foundation for sustainable growth in an increasingly global marketplace.

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AK Anchorage (ANC)

Yukon

Nunavut

Subhead AIRPORTS

Northwest Territories

British Columbia

CANADA

Alberta

Newfoundland and Labrador Manitoba Quebec

Saskatchewan

SAINT PIERRE & MIQUELON (FR)

Calgary (YYC)

Vancouver (YVR)

New Brunswick

Ontario Seattle (SEA)

Winnipeg (YWG)

WA

ME

ND

Portland (PDX)

MN

ID

UT

Minneapolis (MSP)

NE

Salt Lake City (SLC)

NV

Oakland (OAK) San Francisco (SFO)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

Denver (DEN)

CO

KS

CA

Category

Ontario (ONT)

KY

San Diego (SAN)

OK

Phoenix (PHX)

Greensboro (GSO)

AR

Huntsville (HSV)

Boston (BOS)

MS

Raleigh-Durham (RDU)

NC

BERMUDA (UK)

SC

Atlanta (ATL)

AL

GA

Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) Fort Worth (AFW)

TX

CT RI

Charlotte (CLT)

TN

Memphis (MEM)

NM El Paso (ELP)

MA

VA

Louisville (SDF)

MO

AZ

Manchester (MHT)

Toronto (YYZ) Hartford (BDL)

Cleveland (CLE) NJ Detroit (DTW) Newark (EWR) Rockford (RFD) New York (JFK) Toledo (TOL) PA Chicago (ORD) Philadelphia (PHL) Pittsburgh IA OH (PIT) MD Baltimore (BWI) IN DE IL Indianapolis (IND) Washington (IAD) WV Cincinnati (CVG) Kansas City (MCI)

Las Vegas (LAS) Los Angeles (LAX)

NY

MI

WI

SD

WY

Nova Scotia

Montreal (YMX) Montreal (YUL) VT NH

MT OR

Prince Edward Island

LA Houston (IAH) San Antonio (SAT)

Orlando (MCO) Tampa (TPA)

FL

BAHAMAS

Fort Lauderdale (FLL) Miami (MIA)

MEXICO

TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS (UK)

CUBA HAITI CAYMAN ISLANDS (UK)

Guadalajara (GDL) Mexico City (MEX)

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

JAMAICA

BELIZE

A MAL

TE GUA

0

AVIATION

0

100

200

MAJOR AIRPORTS • Airports handling at least 70,000 tons of cargo per year • Source: Airports Council International and the Mexican Ministry of Communications and Transportation (2014) 78

VENEZUELA

NICARAGUA

300 Miles

100 200 300 400 500 Km

OF NORTH AMERICA

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES (NL)

S

RA NDU

HO

EL SALVADOR

PUERTO RICO (US)

COSTA RICA

Pa n Ca ama na l

COLUMBIA

PANAMA

LEGEND ADMINISTRATIVE BOUNDARIES AIRPORTS International Over 1 Million Tons of Cargo State/Province 250,000 to 999,999 Tons of Cargo 70,000 to 249,999 Tons of Cargo


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LEGEND AIRPORTS

94

43

Grand Rapids

General Mitchell International Airport (MKE)

Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GRR)

96

Capital Region Int’l (LAN)

69

Lansing 96

69

Primary

196

Subhead AIRPORTS

More than 10,000 annual airline passenger enplanements.

90

National General Aviation

Aurora

Serves national/global markets. 5,000 or more annual instrument operations, 11 or more based jets, annual international flights of 80 20+ or interstate departures of 500+ OR 500 million pounds of cargo landed weight.

Chicago Midway Int’l (MDW)

Michigan City Municipal (MGC) LaPorte Municipal South (PPO)

Gary/Chicago Int’l (GYY)

355

80

94

Gary

Hammond

Joliet

Stark County (OXI)

80

65 57

Serves regional/national markets. 10 annual domestic flights over 500 miles, 1,000 annual instrument 55 operations and 1 based jet or 100 or more based aircrafts.

Elkhart

Bend South Bend

Kendalville Municipal (C62)

Goshen Municipal (GSH)

DeKalb County (GWB)

Logansport Cass County (GGP)

Frankfort Municipal (FKR)

74

Boone County (6I4)

Crawfordsville Municipal (CFJ)

Eagle Creek (EYE) Hendricks County (2R2)

57 70

Often serves critical aeronautical functions within local and regional markets. 10 or more based aircraft OR 30 or more miles from the nearest NPIAS airport OR critical community service provided by a Federal service OR a new 57 airport or replacement facility activated after Jan. 1, 2001.

Terre Haute Int’l (HUF)

Carmel

Delaware County (MIE)

Randolph County (I22)

Anderson Municipal (AID)

Fishers

Indianapolis Metro (UMP)

New Castle-Henry County Municipal (UWL)

Indianapolis

Dayton Int’l (DAY)

70

Mettel Field (CEV)

Shelbyville Muncipal (GEZ)

Greenwood

Brazil-Clay County Municipal (OI2)

275

Greensburg-Decatur County (I34)

Bloomington

Sullivan County (SIV)

Cincinnati

65

Monroe County (BMG) Grissom Municipal (BFR)

North Vernon Municipal (OVO)

Freeman Municipal (SER)

69 Daviees County

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Int’l (CVG)

Madison Municipal (IMS)

71

(DCY) French Lick Municipal (FRH)

ROADWAYS

Paoli Municipal (I42)

75 Hamilton

74

Columbus Municipal (BAK)

Dayton

Richmond Municipal (RID)

Greenwood Municipal (HFY)

Terre Haute

Basic/Uncategorized

Muncie

Anderson

Indianapolis Regional (MQJ) Indianapolis Downtown Heliport (8A4)

Indianapolis Int’l (IND)

Putnam County (4I7)

Clinton Airport (1I7)

Noblesville

465

Portland Muncipal (PLD)

69

Sheridan Airport (5I4) Indianapolis Executive (TYQ)

75

Marion Municipal (MZZ)

Kokomo

Lafayette

74 Champaign

Wabash Municipal (IWH)

Kokomo Municipal (OKK)

Purdue University (LAF)

Fort Wayne Int’l (FWA)

469

Huntington Municipal (HHG) Peru Municipal (I76)

Delphi Muncipal (1I9)

72

Fort Wayne

Jasper County (RZL)

White County (MCX)

Local General Aviation

Smith Field (SMD)

Fulton County (RCR)

Kentland Municipal (5OI)

Bloomington

75

Salem Municipal (I83)

Interstates

Clark Regional (JVY)

Future Interstates

Huntingburg (HNB)

64

Tollways

CITIES

AVIATION

Tri-State Steuben County (ANQ)

Warsaw Muncipal (ASW)

Regional General Aviation

Category

90

Plymouth Muncipal (C65)

Arens Field (RWN)

Serves local/regional markets. 10 or more annual instrument operations and 15 or more based aircraft OR annual passenger Decatur boardings of 2,500 or more – usually not scheduled service but charter.

69

Elkhart Muncipal (EKM)

Regional (SBN)

Porter County Municipal (VPZ)

Battle Creek

Kalamazoo/Battle Creek (AZO)

Chicago

Oak Park

88

94

Lake Michigan

294

Chicago O'Hare Int’l (ORD)

Kalamazoo

264 Evansville

State Capital

Louisville

69

Perry County Municipal (TEL)

Louisville Int’l (SDF)

65

Evansville Regional (EVV)

Population 50,000+

265

Capital City Airport (FFT)

64

Frankfort

Bluegrass Airport (LEX) 9002

Lexington

9005

Owensboro

75

9004

24

9001

MAJOR AIRPORTS OF INDIANA 9007

69

65

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ND MT

OR

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New Brunswick

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CAYMAN ISLANDS (UK)

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0

100

200

MAJOR PORTS

OF NORTH AMERICA • Maritime ports handling at least 5 million tons of cargo per year • Shipping totals from U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Port Districts and North American Transportation Statistics (2010) • Note: Individual port districts may include multiple ports and terminal facilities.

VENEZUELA

NICARAGUA

300 Miles

100 200 300 400 500 Km

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AS DUR

HON

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0

JAMAICA

Caribbean Sea

BELIZE

SALINA CRUZ

(US)

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DOMINICAN REPUBLIC PUERTO RICO

COSTA RICA

Pa n Ca ama na l

COLUMBIA

PANAMA

LEGEND PORTS Over 100 Million Tons of Cargo 50-99 Million Tons of Cargo 20-49 Million Tons of Cargo 11-19 Million Tons of Cargo 5-10 Million Tons of Cargo

WATERWAYS Navigable Waterways Ferry Services ADMINISTRATIVE BOUNDARIES International State/Province 81

North America

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OFFSHORE

Quebec

Saskatchewan


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90

Federal Harbor

Chicago

Port Ship/Barge Terminal

Calumet River

17

Lock & Dam ArcelorMittal

Whiting

T.J. O'Brien L&D

912 6 4

Burnham

ILLINOIS INDIANA

94

10

9 2

8

1

11 5

3

Indiana Harbor

15

East Chicago

Ogden Dunes

USX

90 20 41

22

Burns Harbor

90

24

212 35

Michigan City 20

Trail Creek Waterford

20 94

Porter 80

90

Chesterton

20

Portage

49

Crocker 90 80

Lake Station

80 94

12

16

421

53

Lansing

25

421

23

94

Gary

Town of Pines

Beverly Shores

Dune Acres ArcelorMittal

12

912

Indiana DNR

20. East Chicago Marina 21. Hammond Marina 22. Marina Shores 23. Portage Public Marina 24. Trail Creek Marina 25. Washington Park Marina

Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor Gary Harbor

12

U.S. Coast Guard

# Marinas

Burns Waterway Harbor

Carmeuse Lime and Stone

Michigan City Harbor

12

Buffington Harbor

18

15. Ameristar Casino 16. Blue Chip Casino 17. Horseshoe Casino 18. Majestic Star Casino

Lake Michigan

20

7

Long Beach

# Casinos

1. American Terminals 2. Amoco Oil 3. ArcelorMittal 4. Atlas Iron Processors 5. Citgo Petroleum 6. E. Chicago Property Improvement 7. Metal Management Midwest 8. Mobil Oil 9. Safety-Kleen Oil Recovery 10. Service Waste 11. United States Gypsum

DNR

21

6

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90

Wheaton

ive r

88

Aurora

80

Iowa City

Davenport

39

er Riv

55

Illin

i Riv ipp siss

Peoria L&D

275

MICHIGAN

94

90

• Federal Marine75Terminals • FrickToledo Services • NLMK Indiana • Cargill • Tanco Terminals 80 90 • Lakes & Rivers Transfer • Phoenix Services

Fort Wayne

• Central Steel & Wire • Feralloy Midwest Portage Feralloy Processing • ADS Logistics - Roll & Hold • Indiana Pickling & Processing • Leeco Steel • Ratner Steel Supply • Steel Warehouse • Mid-Continent Coal & Coke 75 • Carmeuse Lime & Stone

69

155

Lafayette

172

Springfield

Muncie

Anderson

Champaign

PORT OFColumbus INDIANA Springfield MOUNT VERNON Dayton

74

70

Terminal Operators 71 675

Indianapolis

• TPG/Mount Vernon Barge Service • Consolidated Grain & Barge • Consolidated Terminals & Logistics Hamilton • CEMEX/Kosmos Cement 275 • Mount Vernon Transfer Terminal

57

Terre Haute

Middletown

70

55 74

Oh

Capt. Anthony Meldahl L&D

69

57

Port of Indiana Jeffersonville McAlpine L&D

255 64 44

Newburgh L&D

r

MISSOURI

KENTUCKY

Owensboro

65

ver Ohio Ri

57

Olmsted L&D L&D Number 53 L&D Number 52

Smithland L&D

Green Riv er

24

MAJOR PORTS OF INDIANA • Ports, waterways, harbors and navigational structures serving maritime commerce in Indiana 82

• Consolidated Grain & Barge • Consolidated Terminals & Logistics • Tanco Clark Maritime • Metals USA/Ohio River Metal Services • Watco Transloading

Lexington

r ive

John T. Myers L&D

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yR

r

64

nd

Cannelton L&D

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Huntington

Sa

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Evansville

Rob

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55

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Ohio

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Louisville

64

75

Frankfort

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Port of Indiana Mount Vernon

71

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Markland L&D

r

65

270

Saint Louis

• Valero Renewable Fuels • Cimbar Performance Minerals • Agrium U.S. • Crop Production Services Greenup L&D

e Riv

70

io

River

Florissant

Maritime Shippers

Cincinnati

Bloomington

ash Wab

Saint Peters

70

skin Mu River

Decatur

72

71

River

74

LaGrange L&D

Lorain Elyria

Scioto

ILLINOIS

Lakewood

OHIO•

57

Bloomington

D

Maritime Shippers 469

Peoria

A N A .S C U

Terminal Operators

69

80

INDIANA

65

Lake St Clair

PORT OF INDIANA Ann Arbor Taylor BURNS HARBOR

94

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Joliet

Warren

Livonia

Kalamazoo

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Farmington Hills

Detroit Battle Creek

Dresden Island L&D Marseilles L&D

Starved Rock L&D

74

Chicago

T.J. O'Brien L&D

Lockport L&D Brandon Road L&D

80

96

196

Evanston

Elgin

I O WA

da rR

Lake Michigan

Waukegan

Rockford

State Port Ce

Kenosha

94

Mis

PORTS

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Coast Guard

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# BARGE TERMINALS

LEGEND Lock & Dam Navy Museum Port

1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

# SHIPBUILDER

50

ACBL/Jeffboat Bloomington Corn Island Shipyard Marine Builders Tell City Boatworks 37

HARBOR SERVICE 60 61 62 63

Belterra Casino Hollywood Casino Horseshoe Southern Indiana Casino Rising Star Casino Tropicana Evansville Casino

Versailles 50

# MARINAS 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88

Bedford

Seymour Admirals Anchor Inland Marina Lighthouse Point Nu Plaza Yacht Club Rivercrest Marina Sunset Bay Marina Tradewinds Marina Turtle Creek Harbor Water Ways Marina

421

INDIANA

24 10

Grayville 41

69

64

Port of IndianaMount Vernon 231 62 1 7 17 16 7 9 2 15 15 Evansville 24 5 Newburgh 60 3 74 16 6 1 4 83 20 25 22 Mount 25 21 Rockport 81 Newburgh Vernon 26 9 16 60 L&D

Henderson

USS LST Ship 41

Green River

Leavenworth

Dale

Corydon

72

51 60 16 51 Hawesville

23 14

53

Tell City Riverport

Cannelton L&D

18 62 80

63

Louisville

16 Ohio

River

75

Georgetown

Lexington

31E

60

Brandenburg

KENTUCKY

60

127

Frankfort 64

265

16

Owensboro 16 1 11

50 61

71

Nicholasville

65 31

Bardstown

Elizabethtown

83

Indiana

Oakland City

Carrollton

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Jasper

r

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Ri

18

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150

io

Oh

Warsaw 70 87

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Mount Carmel

Vevay

Madison

65

Paoli Petersburg

12 Markland L&D

84 8 13 Hanover

ILLINOIS

John T. Myers L&D

70 71 72 73 74

Evansville Barge & Marine Service Five M Transportation TPG/Mount Vernon Barge Service Wooten River Service

37

OHIO 86 8 Cincinnati 88 71 85 14 Lawrenceburg Aurora 19 82 Erlanger Rising 73 Sun

# CASINOS

Loogootee

Washington

Vincennes

50 51 52 53

PORTS

231 ADM Grain 14 Indiana-Michigan Power ADM Milling 15 Marathon Oil ADM Terminal 16 Mulzer Crushed Stone Alcoa 17 Northern Ag Service Babcock and Wilcox 18 Nugent Sand CF Industries 19 Paul H. Rohe # 41 Cargill 20 Peabody Energy 69 Consolidated Grain & Barge 21 SABIC CountryMark 22 Sitran Duke Energy 23 Summit Terminal 67 Foertsch Construction 24 TransMontaigne Hilltop Basic Resources 25 Vectren Indiana-Kentucky Electric 26 Yankeetown Dock/Peabody Energy 231

MAPS

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AK Yukon

Nunavut

RAILROADS

Northwest Territories

British Columbia

CANADA

Alberta

Newfoundland and Labrador Manitoba Quebec

Saskatchewan

SAINT PIERRE & MIQUELON (FR)

New Brunswick

Ontario WA

ME

ND

Prince Edward Island

Nova Scotia

MT OR

MN

ID WY

UT

CO

VT NH

MA

CT RI PA

IA

NE NV

NY

MI

WI

SD

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

OH

IN

IL

MD VA

KY

MO

BERMUDA (UK)

NC

OK

AZ

DE

WV

KS

CA

NJ

TN

AR

NM

MS

SC AL

GA

LA

TX

FL

BAHAMAS

MEXICO

TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS (UK)

CUBA HAITI CAYMAN ISLANDS (UK)

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

JAMAICA

BELIZE

ALA

TEM GUA

0 0

100

200

• Class I railroads serving North America • Source: U.S. Surface Transportation Board defines Class I railroads as having annual carrier operating revenues of $250 million or more 84

RAS

DU

VENEZUELA

NICARAGUA Pa n Ca ama na l

300 Miles

100 200 300 400 500 Km

MAJOR RAILROADS OF NORTH AMERICA

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES (NL)

HON

EL SALVADOR

PUERTO RICO (US)

COSTA RICA

COLUMBIA

PANAMA

LEGEND RAILROADS BNSF Railway CN Railway Canadian Pacific CSX Ferromex Kansas City Southern

Norfolk Southern Union Pacific ADMINISTRATIVE BOUNDARIES International State/Province


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Contact us for more information Greg Dougherty, Director, Sales & Marketing 505 North Carroll Avenue Michigan City, Indiana 46360 Phone: (219) 214-4297 Website: www.anacostia.com/railroads/css

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Contact us for more information Scott Lurkins, Director, Sales & Marketing 500 Willinger Lane Jeffersonville, Indiana 47130 Phone: (812) 406-4586 Website: www.anacostia.com/railroads/lirc

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Louisville & Indiana Railroad 85


NS

UP

CN

GDLK

K AM T

Monticello

CSX

SR

Kendallville

NS

BF

R BC

JAI L

Napoleon

Bryan

Fort Wayne

MAW

CFE

Decatur

CSX

Defiance

Van Wert Delphos

Findlay

NS CFE

RJCW

Bluffton

Bowling Green

NS

Lima

W

CER

Toledo

Wauseon

New Haven

Huntington

R

HE S AD

Perrysburg

Auburn

Wabash

Peru

WS

KB

KBSR

ILLINOIS CEIW – Central Indiana & Western Railroad

NS

Logansport

TPW

NS

IN

North Manchester

INDIANA

Adrian

Sylvania

CFE

Watseka

TPW

INDIANA REGIONAL RAILROADS

NS

Rochester

Rensselaer

Tecumseh

Hillsdale

NS

BLO L

UP

Kankakee

Milan

IN

Angola

Warsaw Columbia City

EWR

Pontiac

IN

NS

CFE

Ann Arbor

Sturgis

Plymouth

NS

NS

CSX

Lowell

Manteno

Braidwood

Nappanee

CSX

Jackson

Albion

IORY

Crown Point

MSO

Goshen

X CS

BNSF

Park Forest

LaPorte

CK

Streator

F BNS

CSX

Portage Valparaiso

Morris

Coldwater

LK GD Elkhart

South Bend

CSS

Joliet

Channahon

Three Rivers

Niles

Michigan City

Oak Lawn Gary

Orland Park

Marshall

IO RY

BNSF

CN

Eaton Rapids

CSX

Chicago

Ottawa

CSX

Dowagiac

CK IN

CN Yorkville

Benton Harbor

Grand Blanc

Howell

Charlotte

Battle Creek

WMI Portage

Flint

Fenton

CSX

Lansing

Hastings

Kalamazoo

Owosso

CN

Grand Ledge

MICHIGAN

Waukegan Lake Forest

C

Saint Johns

AA

UP

OR

Aurora

BNSF

IR

Antioch

Glencoe UP Evanston Elgin RTA Wheaton Cicero

UP

DeKalb

WS

NS

CP

Lake Michigan

Kenosha

Crystal Lake

UP

Holland

UP RTA

RAILROADS

Belvidere

BNSF

Kentwood

Racine

GL

Ionia

GLC

Woodstock

Sycamore

Rochelle

CP

Elkhorn

CN

CN

Hudsonville

UP CP

Janesville OR WS UP

Beloit

Rockford

Grand Rapids

WISCONSIN

Whitewater

RR MM R MMR

Rockford

Grand Haven

IN

WSOR

Milwaukee

UP

UP

UP

Waukesha

GDLK

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CW

RJCW

NS

HCRR

CSX

UP

CN

IORY

Y IOR

LIRC

D

INR

UP

IORY

RK

IC

CSX

CSX

OHIO

Y IOR

NS

NS

RY

CERA – Central Railroad Co. of Indianapolis Wapakoneta A RJ Marion Bloomington CFE – Chicago Fort Wayne & Eastern Hoopeston KBSR KBSR Celina NS Co. of Indiana CERA CIND – Central Railroad NS Hartford City Bellefontaine Lafayette RJCW CKIN – Chesapeake & Indiana Railroad Kokomo Rantoul CMPA – Madison Railroad Div. of City of S N Tipton Frankfort Sidney S N Madison Port Authority NS Mahomet CN CNC – C & NC Railroad Muncie Danville CSX Piqua CNUR – Connersville & New Castle Railroad Anderson Champaign Urbana CSS – Chicago South Shore & Urbana Noblesville Lebanon IW South Bend Railroad HC Troy CE Crawfordsville Greenville Monticello Carmel RR DCRR – Dubois County Railroad Springfield S N CS New Castle Fishers EVWR – Evansville Western Railway NS X Clayton Zionsville Vandalia Richmond M Decatur EWR – Elkhart Western CN IT Lawrence U GDLK – Grand Elk Railroad CSX R N Danville Mount Zion Dayton S Xenia HCRR – Honey Creek Indianapolis P Eaton HOS – Hoosier SouthernU Connersville SX Greencastle Paris C C C R S I Greenwood X IERR – Indiana Eastern E CN Centerville Plainfield Rushville Brazil ICRK – Indian Creek Middletown Charleston IN – Indiana Northeast Railroad Wilmington IORY Terre Franklin P U Oxford CI INRD – Indiana Railroad ND Mattoon Haute Martinsville Mason IORY – Indiana & Ohio Railway Hamilton Greensburg ISRR – Indiana Southern Railroad IORY Harrison CSX ISW – Indiana Southwestern R Forest Park R S ITM – Indiana Transportation Museum I Columbus Effingham North College Hill Hillsboro KBSR – Kankakee Beaverville & Southern Bloomington Cincinnati LIRC – Louisville & Indiana C INRD Robinson INRD N X Erlanger LORL – Lucas Oil Rail Line CS NS INRD Burlington Linton Seymour MGR – MG Railroad LEGEND SIND – Southern Indiana Railway Inc. Independence CLASS I TPW – Toledo Peoria & Western Railway Corp. Bedford INRD CSXBNSF Railway USRP – US Rail Corporation Olney Madison BNSF Vincennes VVR – Vermillion Valley Railroad CSX CN CN Railway WBCR – Wabash CentralFlora X Scottsburg CSX CS CSX CSX WSRY – Winamac Southern Railway Maysville Salem Washington

PA

CM

R

Charlestown

R DC

Princeton

Jasper

La Grange

NS LORL

Carmi

Henderson

C

HOS

Evansville

CSX

Harrisburg

Boonville

NS

Shepherdsville

KENTUCKY

RJ

Radcliff

CC Bardstown

Georgetown

OHIO REGIONAL RAILROADS

MICHIGAN REGIONAL RAILROADS

BLOL – Bloomer Shippers EIRC – Eastern Illinois Railroad Co. IR – Illinois Railway RTA – Regional Transit Authority WSOR – Wisconsin & Southern Railroad

CFE – Chicago Fort Wayne & Eastern IORY – Indiana & Ohio Railway MAW – Maumee & Western RJCW – R.J. Corman/Western Ohio Line

AA – Ann Arbor Railroad ADBF – Adrian and Blissfield Rail Road AMTK - Amtrak GLC – Great Lakes Central Railroad HESR – Huron & Eastern Railway JAIL – Jackson & Lansing Railroad

86

State Capital Pop. 100K+ Pop. 50-99K

Lexington-Fayette

Pop. 25-49K Winchester

Nicholasville

Pop. 5-24K

See page xx for the Richmond Regional Railroads key.

MMRR – Mid-Michigan Railroad MSO – Michigan Southern Railroad Co. WMI – Western Michigan Railroad

KENTUCKY REGIONAL RAILROADS PAL – Paducah & Louisville Railway RJCC – R.J. Corman Railroad Co.

MAJOR RAILROADS OF INDIANA • Class I and Regional Railroads serving Indiana

TT

Versailles

Elizabethtown

ILLINOIS REGIONAL RAILROADS

Norfolk Southern Canadian Pacific

SELECT CITIES

RJCC

Lawrenceburg

CSX Owensboro

Frankfort

RJC

Louisville

NS CP

Cynthiana IS UP Union Pacific

CSX

CN

Mount Vernon

NS

R

ISR

EVW

R

Huntingburg

ISW

Jeffersonville

New Albany

PAL

NS

Mount Carmel

NS

CN

CS

X

ISR

R

LIRC

iver

sh R

INR

D

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Mount Vernon

Fairfield


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MAPS

GREENLAND

AK Yukon

Nunavut Northwest Territories

HIGHWAYS

British Columbia

CANADA

Alberta

16

Newfoundland and Labrador Manitoba

16

Quebec

Saskatchewan

1

SAINT PIERRE & MIQUELON (FR)

16

Ontario

1

11

17

WA

15

90

29

94

WY

86

17

90

25

35

MN

NV

76

UT 5

70

15

CA

29

NE

CO

70

IL

KS

25

70

135

49

44

57

MO

OK

AZ 40

8

25

AR 35

20

20

TX 10

15

MS

35

45

45

85

GA

BERMUDA (UK)

40 73 95

26

20 16

75

65

59

DE

95

SC

85

85

NJ

NC

40 26

AL

LA 49

64

MA

CT RI

VA

24 75

90

MD 81

89 93

VT91 NH

84

PA

77

81

20

68

79

87

81 88

390

99

WV

KY 75 65

59

30

55

10

19

1

64

TN65

40

44

27

NM

80

79

77

86

64

24 40

40

17

10

64

55

35

69

70

74

70

55

76

71OH

75

74 39 5557 65 IN 69

72

90

96 196 94 80 90

94

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

90

43

35

IA 80

NY

75

39

90

80

7

MI

84 80

417

400 94 WI

Nova Scotia

95

17 69

SD

2

Prince Edward Island

North America

90

15

ID

ME

117

94

MT

OR

11

ND

84

5

New Brunswick

95

10

10 10

16

18 2

57 1 15

45

24

49

35

75

FL

95

BAHAMAS

85

30 40

40

MEXICO

49

40

4

37

TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS (UK)

180

57

54

CUBA 85

HAITI

57

15

180

105

200

150

134

180

175

JAMAICA

186

185

200

190 200

BELIZE

307

ALA

TEM GUA

100

200

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DU

VENEZUELA

NICARAGUA

300 Miles

100 200 300 400 500 Km

MAJOR HIGHWAYS OF NORTH AMERICA

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES (NL)

HON

EL SALVADOR

0

PUERTO RICO (US)

190

95

0

CAYMAN ISLANDS (UK)

307

180

120

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

COSTA RICA

Pa n Ca ama na l

COLUMBIA

PANAMA

LEGEND HIGHWAYS Interstates Major Highways

ADMINISTRATIVE BOUNDARIES International State/Province

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Delavan

43

Grand Rapids

94

Burlington

27

Beechwood

131 South Haven

127

Lake Michigan

294

Chicago Chicago East Chicago

Aurora 355

34 52

80

Portage

Schererville

Highland

12 31

Mishawaka

20

Goshen

33

6 30

Knox

421

Fairbury

52

24

55

Fort Wayne

Fowler

36

Tuscola

Paris

57

Dayton Middletown

52

Brookville

50

64

265 65

60

41

31W

62

9004 9004

9001 9001

Frankfort Frankfort 64

62

Lexington

9002 9002

Bardstown

Elizabethtown

Owensboro

60

68

60

31E

60

9005 9005

Sturgis

62

Eminence

Louisville

31W

231

41A

27

421

69

Henderson

Falmouth

25

Clarksville

New Albany

Mount Vernon

52

75

127

42

264

Eldorado

71

Madison Carrollton

Huntingburg

Evansville

42

421 Austin

Fort Branch

64

North Vernon

31

150

Population Population 50,000+ 50,000+ 45

275 Cincinnati

Paoli

41

75

Hamilton

Greensburg

Columbus

50

Washington

Vincennes

Salem

24

27

74

Bedford

69

50

Select Select Small Small Cities Cities

Richmond

70

65

45

Population Population 30-49,000 30-49,000

40

Shelbyville

Seymour

State State Capital Capital

60

Lawrence

Bloomington

231

Sullivan

Flora

Troy

New Castle

Franklin

Casey

CITIES CITIES

Piqua

Edinburgh

Future Future Interstate Interstate 4 40 Tollways Tollways 57 7 5

127

36

Indianapolis Indianapolis

70

Interstates Interstates

36

Greenwood

40

Brazil

Terre Haute

45

ROADWAYS ROADWAYS

Speedway

Rockville

Arcola

35

Anderson Fishers

465

Brownsburg

75

33

Muncie

69

Carmel

136

41

Portland

Noblesville

Zionsville

Crawfordsville

Celina

Elwood

31

Lebanon

Lima

27

35

421

52

74

150

Tolono

Decatur

LEGEND LEGEND

231

Champaign

Mount Zion

Kokomo Frankfort

Danville

224

Berne Marion

Lafayette

74

Paulding

Decatur

Wabash

Delphi

136

72

24 Peru

24

469

Huntington

Logansport

Paxton

Le Roy

Highways Highways

35

West Lafayette

Bloomington

Clinton

Rensselaer

Watseka

45

127

Indiana Indiana

57

Bryan

6 33

Rochester

65

Angola

Ligonier

Warsaw

31

231

41

Coldwater

Plymouth

Hebron

Kankakee

80

LaPorte

30

69

Elkhart

South B end Bend

Merrillville Valparaiso

45

131

12

Granger

90

20

Hobart

Crown Point

Jackson

Three Rivers

Buchanan

94

Gary

Hammond

Joliet

80

Michigan CIty

Chelsea

Battle Creek

94

St. Joseph

Bridgman

Oak Park

Kalamazoo

HIGHWAYS HIGHWAYS

14

30

96

69

196

90

Okemos

Leslie

45

88

Lansing Lansing

Wayland

Twin Lakes Harvard

69

96

Harrodsburg

150

31E Hodgenville

150

Stanford

75

Berea

MAJOR HIGHWAYS OF INDIANA MAJOR HIGHWAYS OF INDIANA 431

68

Beaver Dam 9007 9007

62

Morgantown

65

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Paducah

62

Princeton

231

Cave City

MAPS MAPS

Milwaukee Milwaukee

Mount Vernon

Greensburg

27

127

25

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INDIANA’S Category

GREAT LAKES Subhead INVENTORY

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INDIANA’S GREAT LAKES INVENTORY Maritime Transportation Assets on Lake Michigan Indiana’s port authorities, harbors and terminals on Lake Michigan are listed on the following pages. This inventory was compiled as part of the Great Lakes Maritime Initiative launched by the Council of Great Lakes Governors in 2013. This initiative aims to improve the efficiency and competitiveness of the region’s maritime transportation system, grow the regional economy and create jobs. For more information, visit www.cglg.org.

Port Authorities This section includes Indiana port authorities operating facilities on Lake Michigan.

Ports of Indiana

East Chicago Port Authority

Hammond Port Authority

Michigan City Port Authority

Portage Port Authority

Jurisdiction

State of Indiana

City of East Chicago

City of Hammond

City of Michigan City

City of Portage

Facilities

Port of IndianaBurns Harbor

East Chicago Marina

Hammond Marina

Trail Creek/ Washington Park Marinas

Portage Public Marina

Address

6625 S. Boundary Dr. Portage, IN 46368

3301 Aldis Ave. East Chicago, IN 46312

701 Casino Center Dr. Hammond, IN 46320

200 Heisman Harbor Rd. Michigan City, IN 46360

6070 Central Ave. Portage, IN 46368

Phone

219-787-8636

219-391-8482

219-659-7678

219-872-1712

219-762-5425

Website

portsofindiana.com

eastchicago.com

hammondmarina.com

mcmarina.org

ci.portage.in.us

Harbors This section includes Indiana federal and private harbors operating on Lake Michigan. Buffington Harbor

Burns Waterway Harbor

Burns Small Boat Harbor

Gary Harbor

Indiana Harbor/ Canal

Michigan City Harbor

Established

1927 by Universal Portland Cement (private harbor)

1965 by U.S. Rivers & Harbors Act

1960 by U.S. Rivers & Harbors Act

1908 by Indiana Steel (private harbor)

1913 by U.S. Rivers & Harbors Act

1836 by U.S. Rivers & Harbors Act

2012 Shipments*

1,497,216 tons

8,382,871 tons

N/A

8,878,052 tons

13,164,061 tons

N/A

Average Annual Shipments 20082011*

1,323,388 tons

6,161,472 tons

N/A

8,243,344 tons

11,429,380 tons

N/A

Description

Limestone ship terminal, casino

Public port, deep draft commercial harbor

Marina/recreational harbor

Steel mill/commercial harbor

Steel mill/ commercial harbor

Marinas/ recreational harbors

Primary Users

Carmeuse, Majestic Star Casino

Port of Indiana, ArcelorMittal

Portage Public Marina, Marina Shores

U.S. Steel

Amoco, ArcelorMittal, U.S. Gypsum, LaFarge

Coast Guard, Trail Creek/ Washington Park Marinas

Latitude/ Longitude

41.645/-87.415

41.645/-87.154

41.633/-87.177

41.629/-87.323

41.670/-87.439

41.728/-86.913

Depth

Up to 30 ft.

27-30 ft.

6-11 ft.

27-30 ft.

Canal & Harbor: 9-29 ft.

6-14 ft.

Related Structures

2,000-foot pier, 1,200-foot breakwater

5,500 feet of piers, 5,830-foot breakwater

1 ,688-foot breakwater

8,704 feet of piers, 3,000-foot breakwater

3,085-foot breakwater

3,111 feet of piers, 2,304-foot breakwater

*2012 U.S. Army Corps of Engineers data (most recent available)

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AVIATION

COLOR KEY Barge Terminal

Marina

Ship/Barge Terminal

Federal/Private Harbor

Casino

90

RAILROAD ABBREVIATIONS: CN – Canadian National IHB – Indiana Harbor Belt NS – Norfolk Southern SCIH – South Chicago and Indiana Harbor yes – rail served; carrier not identified


w w w. i n d i a n a l o g i s t i c s . c o m

Facility Name/Operator

Cargo/Use

Address

Property Owner

Lat./ Lon.

Rail

Depth

Berth

Buffington Harbor - Gary, IN 46406 (Lake Co.) Carmeuse Lime and Stone

Limestone

P.O. Box 6891

Majestic Star Casino

Gaming

1 Buffington Harbor Dr. Majestic Star

41.642/-87.418

Carmeuse Lime and Stone

41.642/-87.414

26

Burns Small Boat Harbor - Portage, IN 46368 (Porter Co.) Marina Shores

Boating

5976 Dune Harbor Dr.

Marina Shores

41.616/-87.182

Portage Public Marina

Boating

1200 Marina Way

City of Portage

41.617/-87.175

Burns Waterway Harbor - Portage, IN 46368 (Porter Co.) ArcelorMittal

Iron ore, steel

250 W. U.S. Hwy 122

ArcelorMittal USA

41.632/-87.139

NS

28

Cargill

Grain

6640 Ship Dr.

Ports of Indiana

41.641/-87.155

NS

27

730 ft.

Carmeuse Lime and Stone

Limestone

165 Steel Rd.

Ports of Indiana

41.639/-87.153

NS

27

1,790 ft. 3,200 ft.

3,742 ft.

Federal Marine Terminals

General

415 Salmon Dr.

Ports of Indiana

41.637/-87.157

NS

27

Frick Services

Dry/liquid bulk

800 Sun Dr.

Ports of Indiana

41.636/-87.151

NS

27

1,790 ft.

Lakes & Rivers Transfer

Bulk cargos

115 Steel Dr.

Ports of Indiana

41.640/-87.152

NS

27

1,790 ft.

NLMK Indiana

Steel

6500 S. Boundary Dr.

Phoenix Services

Steel mill aggregate 1190 E. Loop Rd.

Ports of Indiana

41.625/-87.161

NS

27

730 ft.

Ports of Indiana

41.622/-87.154

NS

27

1,790 ft.

Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor

State port authority

6625 S. Boundary Dr.

Ports of Indiana

41.622/-87.160

NS

27

1,790 ft.

Tanco Terminals/Wolf Lake Inc.

Liquid bulk

400 E. Boundary Dr.

Ports of Indiana

41.634/-87.151

NS

27

1,790 ft.

Gary Harbor - Gary, IN 46402 (Lake Co.) USX Corp., Gary Works East Dock

Iron ore, steel-related Broadway and River Rd. USX Corp.

41.617/-87.324

CN

29

4,352 ft.

USX Corp., Gary Works West Dock

Iron ore, steel-related Broadway and River Rd. USX Corp.

41.617/-87.327

CN

31

5,280 ft.

Hammond Lakeshore - Hammond, IN 46320 (Lake Co.) Hammond Marina

Boating

701 Casino Center Dr.

City of Hammond

41.696/-87.508

Horseshoe Casino Hammond

Gaming

777 Casino Center Dr.

Caesars Entertainment

41.695/-87.506

State Line Generating Plant

Idled

South Access Rd.

Sam Townline Development Inc. 41.708/-87.522

Indiana Harbor - East Chicago, IN 46312 (Lake Co.) American Terminals Inc., North Dock

Fuel

3600 Canal St.

American Terminals Inc., South Dock

Coke

3600 Canal St.

American Terminals; Bigane Vessel Fueling American Terminals

Ameristar Casino

Gaming

777 Ameristar Blvd.

Pinnacle Entertainment

41.649/-87.466

yes

41.647/-87.471

yes

27

848 ft. 991 ft.

25

1,430 ft.

41.652/-87.435

Amoco Oil Co., Indiana Harbor Dock

Petroleum products 3210 Watling St.

Amoco Oil

41.647/-87.473

yes

ArcelorMittal

Iron ore, steel

3210 Watling St.

ArcelorMittal USA

41.659/-87.455

IHB

ArcelorMittal #1 & #3 Docks

Iron ore, steel

3210 Watling St.

ArcelorMittal USA

41.659/-87.454

yes

ArcelorMittal #2

Iron ore, steel

3210 Watling St.

ArcelorMittal USA

41.663/-87.447

yes

ArcelorMittal Dock #6

Iron ore, steel

3210 Watling St.

ArcelorMittal USA

41.654/-87.447

yes

28

ArcelorMittal Linestone Dock #4

Iron ore, steel

3210 Watling St.

ArcelorMittal USA

41.654/-87.447

IHB

22

ArcelorMittal West Dock

Iron ore, steel

3001 Dickey Rd

ArcelorMittal USA

41.661/-87.463

SCIH

ArcelorMittal, Indiana Harbor Works Open Dock

Iron ore, steel

3210 Watling St.

ArcelorMittal USA

41.656/-87.458

yes

ArcelorMittal, Oil Dock

Iron ore, steel

3210 Watling St.

ArcelorMittal USA

41.673/-87.442

yes

ArcelorMittal, Ore Dock

Iron ore, steel

3210 Watling St.

ArcelorMittal USA

41.664/-87.448

yes

ArcelorMittal., Plant No. 3 Dock

Iron ore, steel

3210 Watling St.

ArcelorMittal USA

41.656/-87.458

yes

Atlas Iron Processors, Calumet River Branch North BP - Whiting

Iron ore, steel

102 W. Columbus Dr.

Atlas Iron Processors Inc.

41.644/-87.472

yes

21

Petroleum products P.O. Box 7103

BP - Whiting

41.662/-87.482

yes

22

yes

19

600 ft.

27

1,347 ft.

Citgo Petroleum Corp., East Chicago Dock

Petroleum products 102 W. Columbus Dr.

CITGO Petroleum Corp.

41.642/-87.472

East Chicago Marina

Boating

East Chicago Port Authority

41.655/-87.436

3301 Aldis St.

East Chicago Property Improvement Corp. Northern Indiana Dock

41.644/-87.471

19

479 ft.

Mobil Oil Corp.

41.640/-87.472

15

640 ft.

Petroleum products 3821 Indianapolis Blvd. Mobil Oil Corp.

41.646/-87.478

19

1,415 ft.

Safety-Kleen Oil Recovery

41.647/-87.476

9

377 ft.

23

600 ft.

East Chicago Property Improvement Corp. Dock Iron ore, steel scrap 3600 Indianapolis Blvd. Metal Management Midwest

Scrap metal

3601 Canal St.

Mobil Oil Corp., Calumet River Branch South Dock Petroleum products 100 W. Columbus Dr. Mobil Oil Corp., East Chicago Terminal Dock

Safety-Kleen Oil Recovery Co., East Chicago Dock Petroleum products 601 Riley Rd. Service Waste Inc., East Chicago Dock

945 ft.

Waste material

United States Gypsum Co., Indiana Harbor Dock Gypsum

41.647/-87.484

200 W. Columbus Dr.

Service Waste

41.646/-87.474

3501 Canal St.

United States Gypsum

41.648/-87.471

Michigan City Harbor - Michigan City, IN 46360 (LaPorte Co.) Blue Chip Casino

Gaming

777 Blue Chip Dr.

Boyd Gaming

41.719/-86.893

Trail Creek Marina

Boating

700 E. Michigan Blvd.

Michigan City Port Authority

41.717/-86.893

Boating

200 Heisman Harbor Rd. Michigan City Port Authority

41.726/-86.907

Washington Park Marina 1

Gary, IN 46402 •

2

Burns Harbor, IN 46304 •

3

Whiting, IN 46394

Data is most current available; listing updates to Ports of Indiana encouraged

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INDIANAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S OHIO RIVER INVENTORY

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INDIANAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S OHIO RIVER INVENTORY Maritime Transportation Assets on the Ohio River Indiana borders the Ohio River from Mile Marker 491 to 847, a measure of distance along a river from its mouth beginning at zero. Ports, facilities, terminals, locks and dams on the Indiana side of the Ohio River are listed on pages 92 and 93. Locations are noted by city and river miles. Mile Marker 846

Facility Name/Operator

City

Cargo/Use

Latitude

Longitude

John T. Myers Lock and Dam (Pool Length: 69.9 miles, Mile Markers 846-777)

833.2

Mulzer Crushed Stone Inc.

Mount Vernon

Sand, gravel, stone

37.884

-87.944

831.2

SABIC

Mount Vernon

Chemicals

37.908

-87.922

CF Industries

Mount Vernon

Fertilizer products

37.910

-87.921

830.8

Babcock and Wilcox Co.

Mount Vernon

Heavy-lift cargoes

37.912

-87.918

830.5

Marathon Oil Co.

Mount Vernon

Petroleum products

37.915

-87.915

829.8

Marathon Oil Co.

Mount Vernon

Petroleum products

37.924

-87.907

829.8

Cargill Inc.

Mount Vernon

Grain

37.917

-87.913

829.7

CountryMark Co-op

Mount Vernon

Petroleum products

37.926

-87.904

829.5

831

ADM Milling Co.

Mount Vernon

Grain

37.927

-87.901

828

TPG/Mount Vernon Barge Service

Mount Vernon

Towing, fleeting, maintenance

37.928

-87.887

828

Port of Indiana-Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon

State port

37.924

-87.875

828

CGB Enterprises

Mount Vernon

Grain

37.923

-87.873

828

Cemex/Kosmos Cement

Mount Vernon

Cement

37.920

-87.870

827.6

Mount Vernon Transfer Terminal

Mount Vernon

Coal

37.918

-87.868

818

Sitran

Mount Vernon

Coal

37.894

-87.732

817

Vectren Corp. - AB Brown dock

Mount Vernon

Coal

37.893

-87.717

797

Nu Plaza Yacht Club

Evansville

Boating

37.925

-87.628

794

TransMontaigne

Evansville

Petroleum products, chemicals

37.966

-87.604

794

ADM Terminal

Evansville

Grain

37.958

-87.604

793.7

Marathon Oil Co.

Evansville

Petroleum products

37.971

-87.602

793.6

Archer Daniels Midland (ADM)

Evansville

Grain

37.972

-87.602

793.2

Cargill Inc.

Evansville

Grain

37.975

-87.595

793

Northern Ag Service

Evansville

General cargo

37.976

-87.592

793

Evansville Marine Service

Evansville

Towing, fleeting, maintenance

37.973

-87.600

792.7

Mulzer Crushed Stone Inc.

Evansville

Sand, gravel, stone

37.974

-87.583

792

Tropicana Evansville Casino

Evansville

Gaming

37.972

-87.579

791

USS LST Ship Memorial

Evansville

Museum

37.953

-87.577

791

Inland Marina

Evansville

Boating

37.952

-87.574

784

Peabody Energy

Evansville

Coal

37.909

-87.505

779

Mulzer Crushed Stone Inc.

Newburgh

Sand, gravel, stone

37.945

-87.425

776

Newburgh Lock and Dam (Pool Length: 55.4 miles, Mile Markers 776-722) -87.340

773.8

Alcoa, Warrick Operations

Newburgh

Coal

37.917

773

Vectren Corp. - Culley Generating Station

Newburgh

Coal

37.914

-87.337

773

Vectren Corp.

Newburgh

Coal

37.911

-87.330

COLOR KEY Barge Service Barge Terminal Casino/Recreation Locks and Dam Marina Port Shipbuilder

92

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w w w. i n d i a n a l o g i s t i c s . c o m

773 772.5 747 746.1

Facility Name/Operator

City

Cargo/Use

Latitude

Longitude -87.325

Vectren Corp.

Newburgh

Coal

37.909

Yankeetown Dock Corp./Peabody Energy

Newburgh

Coal

37.907

-87.321

Mulzer Crushed Stone Inc.

Rockport

Sand, gravel, stone

37.889

-87.047

Archer Daniels Midland (ADM)

Rockport

Coal

37.896

-87.044

746

Mulzer Crushed Stone Inc.

Rockport

Sand, gravel, stone

37.895

-87.045

746

Foerstch Construction

Rockport

Stevedore

37.901

-87.041 -87.026

744.8

AEP, Rockport Plant Dock

Rockport

Coal

37.912

743

Rockport River Terminal/Sunrise Coal

Rockport

Coal

37.921

-87.010

735

Corn Island Shipyard

Grandview

Custom barge builder

37.968

-86.883

734.3

Corn Island Shipyard

Maxville

Custom barge builder

37.983

-86.866

731

Evansville Marine Service

Troy

Towing, fleeting, maintenance

37.996

-86.808

727

Mulzer Crushed Stone Inc.

Tell City

Stone, sand, gravel

37.958

-86.778

726.5

Tell City Boatworks

Tell City

Marine vessel building, repair

37.937

-86.767

726

Tell City Riverport

Tell City

City port

37.935

-86.766

721

Cannelton Lock and Dam (Pool Length: 113.9 miles, Mile Markers 721-608)

674

Mulzer Crushed Stone Inc.

Leavenworth

Sand, gravel, stone

38.130

-86.358

653

Mulzer Crushed Stone Inc.

Mauckport

Sand, gravel, stone

38.061

-86.268

617

Horseshoe Southern Indiana Casino

Elizabeth

Gaming

38.179

-85.901

612

Five M Transportation

New Albany

Towboat services

38.226

-85.849

610

Duke Energy - Gallagher Station

New Albany

Coal

38.263

-85.839

609

TransMontaigne

New Albany

Petroleum products, chemicals

38.269

-85.834 -85.755

607

McAlpine Locks and Dam (Pool Length: 75.3 miles, Mile Markers 607-532)

604

Marathon Oil Co.

Clarksville

Petroleum

38.269

603

Jeffboat Outfitting Dock

Jeffersonville

Repair, outfitting

38.278

-85.721

Wooten River Service

Jeffersonville

Fueling

38.301

-85.676

598

Admirals Anchor Yacht Sales and Marina

Jeffersonville

Boating

38.307

-85.673

597

Tanco Clark Maritime

Jeffersonville

Liquid cargo storage, handling

38.318

-85.666

597

Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville

Jeffersonville

State port

38.318

-85.663

597

Ohio River Metals Service/Eagle Steel

Jeffersonville

Steel

38.321

-85.661

597

Kinder Morgan

Jeffersonville

General cargo

38.317

-85.664

597

CGB Enterprises

Jeffersonville

Grain

38.315

-85.666

Marine Builders Inc.

Utica

Repair, outfitting

38.326

-85.655

596

TPG/Mount Vernon Barge Service - Jeffersonville

Jeffersonville

Towing, fleeting, maintenance

38.324

-85.659

596

Nugent Sand Co.

Utica

Sand, gravel, stone

38.329

-85.658

586

Mulzer Crushed Stone Inc.

Charlestown

Sand, gravel, stone

38.454

-85.578

576

Nugent Sand Co.

Bethlehem

Sand, gravel, stone

38.524

-85.436

598.7

596.3

559.5

Indiana-Kentucky Electric Corp.

Madison

Coal

38.737

-85.415

559

Rivercrest Marina

Madison

Boating

38.738

-85.402

559

CGB Enterprises

Madison

Grain

38.737

-85.405

531

Markland Locks and Dam (Pool Length: 95.3 miles, Mile Markers 531-436)

530

Belerra Casino Resort and Spa

Florence

Gaming

38.779

-84.938

529

Turtle Creek Harbor

Florence

Boating

38.784

-84.922

514

Hilltop Basic Resources Inc.

Patriot

Sand, gravel

38.886

-84.795

505

Rising Star Casino Resort

Rising Sun

Gaming

38.952

-84.846

498

Paul H. Rohe Dearborn Terminal

Aurora

Stone, rock

39.032

-84.881

498

Lighthouse Point Yacht Club

Aurora

Boating

39.029

-84.882

498

CGB Enterprises

Aurora

Grain

39.059

-84.897

496

Water Ways Marina

Aurora

Boating

39.060

-84.902

496

Sunset Bay Marina

Aurora

Boating

39.057

-84.907

495

Tradewinds Marina

Aurora

Boating

39.068

-84.893

494

AEP, Lawrenceburg Plant

Lawrenceburg

Coal

39.084

-84.855

492

Hollywood Casino

Lawrenceburg

Gaming

39.096

-84.843

93

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ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF BUSINESSES The following pages provide a list of all entries featured in the Business Listings section of the 2016 Indiana Logistics Directory displayed in alphabetical order and the corresponding page numbers on which they appear. 7P Solutions .....................................49, 71, 76

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B & J Trucking Services Inc. ...................48 Backhaul Direct LLC........................................ 44, 46, 47, 48, 49, 51, 54, 56 Bagshaw Trucking Inc. .......46, 47, 49, 50 Baker Commercial Real Estate ............. 74 Ball State University ................................... 61 Banneker Industries ............................56, 57 Barnes & Thornburg .................................. 73 Benco Dental................................................. 53 Best Way Express Inc. .........................49, 51 Bethel College .............................................. 61 BF&S ................................................................... 72 Bingham Economic Development Advisors/Bingham Greenebaum Doll................................... 74 Bingham Greenebaum Doll LLP .......... 73 Blackford County Economic Development Corp................................66 Bloomington City Planning Dept. .......66 Bloomington Economic Development Corp................................66 Boone County Economic Development Corp................................66 Bose McKinney & Evans LLP .................. 73 Bowman Logistics ......................................58 Boyer Transportation Services ..............71 Bradley Trucking Co. .................................50 Brazil-Clay Co. Municipal Airport........ 39 Brown County Economic Development Commission ...............66 Brunk LLC................................................ 44, 58 Build Indiana Council ............................... 63 Building Indiana News ............................. 73 Business Health Plus Inc. ........................ 73 Butler University .......................................... 61

A Plus Brokerage...........................................71 A&R Logistics .......................... 46, 50, 56, 57 Aable Logistics Inc......................................46 Accuride Corp...............................................49 Ace Cargo .......................................................55 Acorn Group Inc./TCN Worldwide Real Estate.................................................. 74 Adams County Economic Development Corp................................66 ADS Logistics, Corporate Headquarters.....................................46, 57 ADS Logistics, Roll and Hold Division ....................................................... 57 AECOM ............................................................. 72 Agribusiness Council of Indiana.......... 63 Airforwarders Assoc. ................................ 63 AJP LLC .....................................................46, 51 Algoma Central Corp. ...............................56 All Points Logistics Inc. ......................56, 57 American Airlines Cargo ......................... 39 American Airlines Inc................................ 39 American Assoc. of Exporters and Importers .......................................... 63 American Assoc. of Port Authorities ... 63 American Cold Storage ............................ 57 American Commercial Barge Line ..... 41 American Concrete Pavement Assoc. - Indiana Chapter .................... 63 American Environmental Corp. ........... 72 American Journal of Transportation .. 73 American Short Line and Regional Railroad Assoc. ........................................ 63 American Signature Inc. .......................... 53 American Society of Transportation & Logistics .................................................. 63 American Structurepoint Inc. ............... 72 American Trucking Assoc. ...................... 63 American Wholesale Furniture......53, 57 Anderson Municipal Airport .................. 39 Anderson University .................................. 61 Angle Trucking ............................................. 47 Apex Engineering........................................ 72 APICS Central Indiana............................... 63 APICS Supply Chain Council ................. 63 APPIAN Inc. .....................................................71 Aptus Delivery Systems .....................57, 71 Architects Incorporated II ....................... 72 Area Plan Commission of Tippecanoe County ..............................66 Ashley Transport .........................................49 Aspen Property Management............... 74 Assoc. for High Technology Distribution ............................................... 63 Assoc. of American Railroads................ 63 Aviation Assoc. of Indiana ...................... 63

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C CGB Marine .................................................... 41 C.H. Robinson - Evansville Branch .......... 44, 46, 50, 54, 56, 71, 76 C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc. .................... 47, 51, 54, 55 Canada Steamship Lines, a division of the CSL Group Inc. .........56 Cargill Inc. ....................................................... 43 Cargo Business News ............................... 73 Cargo Services Inc.............................. 54, 56 Cargolux Airlines International S.A..... 39 Carroll County Economic Development Commission ...............66 Cass County Economic Development ...........................................65 Cass Logansport Economic Development Organization ..............66 CCC Freightlines Inc. .................................50 Celadon Group Inc...............51, 55, 56, 58 Celadon Logistics Services ...... 51, 56, 58 Cemex/Kosmos Cement ......................... 53

Center of Workforce Innovations.............. 61, 62, 76 Central Indiana Corporate Partnership, Inc. ...................................... 67 Central Marine Logistics Inc. ................. 41 Central Railroad of Indiana ....................44 Central Railroad of Indianapolis ..........44 Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana..........................61, 62 Chase Street Industrial Center..............58 Chesapeake & Indiana Railroad Co. ...44 Chicago Aviation Department..............40 Chicago Fort Wayne & Eastern.............44 Chicago Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Hare International Airport.......................................................... 39 Chicago South Shore & South Bend Railroad ...........................................44 Cimbar Performance Minerals.............. 53 Citizens Energy Group ............................. 67 Citizens Gas ...................................................70 City of Anderson ......................................... 67 City of Angola Dept. of Economic Development & Planning ................... 67 City of East Chicago Planning & Economic Development .................... 67 City of Fort Wayne Community Development Division ......................... 67 City of Hammond .......................................65 City of Jeffersonville .................................. 67 City of Marion Community and Economic Development .................... 67 CJ International Inc. ..................................54 Clark County REMC ............................ 67, 70 Clark Regional Airport .............................. 39 Clark-Floyd Counties Convention & Tourism Bureau ...................................... 67 Clearwater Logistics .................................. 47 Clinton County Economic Development ........................................... 67 Coca-Cola Refreshments ........................ 53 Columbus Economic Development Board ............................................................ 67 Columbus Municipal Airport ................. 39 Commercial Advantage Inc. .................. 74 Commercial Warehouse & Cartage Inc. ...............................................56 Conexus Indiana ............ 61, 62, 63, 67, 76 Connersville Economic Development Corp. ............................................................. 67 Consolidated Grain & Barge Co. .......... 43 Consolidated Shepherd Insurance ..... 73 Consolidated Terminals & Logistics Co............................................... 53 ContainerPort Group Inc. ................49, 55 Continental Cargo ...................................... 39 Contract Services Group .........................58 Corp. for Economic Development Anderson/Madison County ............... 67 Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals ............................................. 63 CountryMark .................................................49

Crawford County Economic Development ........................................... 67 Crop Production Services ....................... 53 Crossroads Regional Chamber of Commerce ................................................ 67 Crown Point Economic Development ........................................... 67 CSG Packaging .............................................56 CSL Group ......................................................56 CSX Intermodal ............................................55 CSX Transportation ....................................44 Cushman & Wakefield............................... 74 CVS Caremark Indianapolis Distribution Center................................ 53

D D R Smith Trucking Inc. ...........................48 Darwin Realty & Development ............. 74 Daviess County Economic Development Corp................................ 67 Days Distribution & Logistics.................56 Dearborn County Economic Development ........................................... 67 DeKalb County Economic Development Partnership Inc. ......... 67 Delaware-Muncie Metropolitan Plan Commission ................................... 67 Delta Airlines Cargo ................................... 39 Delta Global Services ................................ 39 Department of Workforce Development ...........................................62 DePauw University ..................................... 61 Develop Indy ................................................. 67 DLZ ..................................................................... 72 DLZ Indiana.................................................... 72 DLZ Industrial................................................ 72 Don Sumpter Trucking Inc. ....................48 Donaldson Filtration Solutions ............. 53 Dot Foods ............................................... 53, 58 Driving Ambition .........................................62 DTM Real Estate ........................................... 74 Dubois Strong ............................................... 67 Duke Energy Indiana .................................70 Duke Realty Corp. ....................................... 74 Dunhamâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Atheleisure Corp. .................. 53

E Earlham College .......................................... 61 Eastside Trucking Co. Inc. ....................... 47 Economic Development Coalition of Southwest Indiana ........................... 67 Economic Development Corp. Greensburg Decatur County ............ 67 Economic Development Corp. Michigan City ........................................... 67 Economic Development Corp. of Wayne County ......................................... 67 Economic Development Group of Fayette County ........................................ 67 Economic Development Group of Wabash County Inc............................... 67 EDC of Elkhart County ............................. 67


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F Fabricators & Manufacturers Assoc. Intl. .................................................. 63 Faegre Baker Daniels ................................. 73 Falk-PLI............................................................. 72 Federal Highway Administration of Kentucky .....................................................65 Federal Marine Terminals Inc. ............... 43 Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration .........................................65 FedEx Express ................................................ 39 FedEx Freight ...........................................47, 51 FedEx Ground ...............................................50 FedEx Home ..................................................50 Fednav International Ltd. ........................56 First Industrial Realty Trust Inc. ............ 74 Fitzmark Inc. ............................ 46, 47, 48, 51 Five Star Distributing Inc. ........................ 53 Floyd Memorial Occupational Health .......................................................... 73 Foodliner Quest ...........................................46 Foreign Targets Inc.............................. 71, 76 Foreign-Trade Zone 125 ..........................65 Foreign-Trade Zone 152 ..........................65 Foreign-Trade Zone 170...........................65 Foreign-Trade Zone 177 ...........................65 Foreign-Trade Zone 182 ..........................65 Foreign-Trade Zone 239 ..........................65 Foreign-Trade Zone 72 .............................65 Fort Wayne International Airport ........ 39 Fort Wayne-Allen County Airport Authority ............................................ 40, 65 Franciscan WorkingWell........................... 73 Franklin College ........................................... 61 Franklin County Economic Development ........................................... 67 French Lick Municipal Airport............... 39 Frick Services Inc......................................... 53 Frontier/Midwest Connect Airline Cargo............................................................ 39 FULLBEAUTY Brands..................................58 Fulton Economic Development Corp. ............................................................. 67

G G & F Trucking Leasing Inc.....................46 GA LA Transportation ........................ 47, 49 Gabbard Environmental Services Inc. .............................................. 72 Gary Railway Co. .........................................44 Gary/Chicago International Airport ... 39 G-Diamond Transport Inc. .....................50 Genesee & Wyoming Railroad Services Inc. ..............................................44 Gibson County Economic Development Corp................................ 67

Ginovus ............................................................ 67 Glenrock Co. .................................................. 53 Global Supply Chain Management Initiative ...................................................... 61 Glory Logistics Inc. ..................................... 57 Goodwill Commercial Services............56 Goshen College ........................................... 61 Gotcha Transport Inc. ...............................49 Grammer Industries Inc...........................50 Grant County Economic Growth Council ........................................................ 67 Great Lakes Inspection............................. 41 Greater Indiana Clean Cities Coalition .............................................. 71, 72 Greater Kokomo Economic Development Alliance ......................... 67 Greater Lafayette Commerce ............... 67 Greater LaPorte Chamber of Commerce ................................................ 67 Greater LaPorte Economic Development Corp................................ 67 Greater Louisville Manufacturing & Logistics Network ..................................68 Green Lines Transportation Inc. ..........46 Greencastle/Putnam County Development Center Inc....................68 Greenwood Municipal Airport.............. 39 Grow Indiana Media Ventures/Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick .... 74 Guilford Group .............................................54 Gypsum Express Ltd. .................................46

H Hahn Realty Corp........................................ 74 Hamilton County Economic Development Corp................................68 Hammond Development Corp. ...........68 Hancock Development Council ..........68 Hanover College.......................................... 61 Hanzo Logistics Inc....................................58 Harbor House Publishers - Great Lakes/Seaway Review Magazine .... 74 Harrison College.......................................... 61 Harrison County Economic Development Corp................................68 Heavy Lift & Project Forwarding International ............................................. 74 HeLP Logistics Inc. ..................................... 57 Hendricks County Economic Development Partnership ..................68 Holladay Properties – Headquarters... 74 Holladay Properties (AmeriPlex Indianapolis Office) ............................... 74 Holy Cross College..................................... 61 Homegoods Distribution Center ........ 53 Hoosier Energy ............................................70 Hoosier Heritage Port Authority..........44 Hoosier Southern Railroad - Perry County Port Authority .........................44 Huff Contractors................................................ 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 54 Huntingburg Airport .................................. 39 Huntingburg Airport Technology Park................................................................ 39 Huntington County Economic Development ...........................................68 Huntington Municipal Airport ..............40 Huntington University .............................. 61 Hylant Transportation............................... 73

I Ice Miller LLP ................................................. 73 Indatus.......................................................54, 76 Independent Distributors Assoc. ......... 63 Indiana 15 Regional Planning Commission .............................................68 Indiana American Water Dept. .............70 Indiana Chamber of Commerce .........68 Indiana Construction Assoc. ................. 63

Indiana Construction Assoc. Southwest Indiana Office................... 63 Indiana Corn Marketing Council ......... 63 Indiana Department of Environmental Management ........... 72 Indiana Department of Transportation .........................................65 Indiana Economic Development Assoc. ...........................................................68 Indiana Economic Development Corp. .......................................................65,68 Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad .................45 Indiana Manufacturers Assoc. .............. 63 Indiana Motor Truck Assoc. ................... 63 Indiana Municipal Power Agency .......70 Indiana Natural Gas Corp. ......................70 Indiana Rail Road Co. ................................45 Indiana Railroad Transportation Group ...........................................................45 Indiana Southern Railroad ......................45 Indiana Soybean Alliance ....................... 63 Indiana State Department of Agriculture .................................................65 Indiana State Police....................................65 Indiana State University ........................... 61 Indiana Strategic Resource Group.......71 Indiana University ....................................... 61 Indiana University - Kelley School of Business................................. 61 Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne.......................... 61 Indianapolis Airport Authority ..............40 Indianapolis Business Journal .............. 74 Indianapolis Industrial Center ...... 53, 58 Indianapolis International Airport ......40 Indianapolis MPO ........................................68 Indianapolis Power & Light ....................70 Indianapolis Regional Airport ...............40 Industrial & Environmental Services .. 72 Indy Chamber...............................................68 Indy Partnership, The ................................68 Indy Translations ......................................... 76 Ingram Micro Mobility ..............................58 Inland Port Magazine ................................ 74 Institute of Packaging Professionals .. 63 Institute of Transportation Engineers ................................................... 63 Integrity Tax Consulting ................... 73, 74 Interlake Steamship Co. ...........................56 Intermodal Assoc. of North America 63 International Air Transport Assoc. ...... 63 International Longshoremen’s Assoc. ........................................................... 63 International Metals Processing ..........58 International Warehouse Logistics Assoc. ....................................... 63 Interstate Warehousing Inc. ...................58 Interstate Warehousing Inc. Corporate Office .....................................58 IOM Grain........................................................ 53 Ivy Tech Community College – Anderson .................................................... 61 Ivy Tech Community College – Bloomington ............................................ 61 Ivy Tech Community College – Columbus .................................................. 61 Ivy Tech Community College East Chicago............................................. 61 Ivy Tech Community College – Elkhart .......................................................... 61 Ivy Tech Community College – Evansville.................................................... 61 Ivy Tech Community College Fort Wayne ................................................62 Ivy Tech Community College – Gary ..............................................................62 Ivy Tech Community College – Kokomo.......................................................62 Ivy Tech Community College – Lafayette .....................................................62

Ivy Tech Community College – Lawrenceburg..........................................62 Ivy Tech Community College – Logansport ................................................62 Ivy Tech Community College – Madison ......................................................62 Ivy Tech Community College – Marion..........................................................62 Ivy Tech Community College Michigan City ...........................................62 Ivy Tech Community College – Muncie.........................................................62 Ivy Tech Community College – Richmond ..................................................62 Ivy Tech Community College – Sellersburg .................................................62 Ivy Tech Community College South Bend................................................62 Ivy Tech Community College Terre Haute ...............................................62 Ivy Tech Community College – Valparaiso ...................................................62 Ivy Tech Community College – Warsaw ........................................................62 Ivy Tech Corporate College ...................62

J J.E.T. Transit Inc. ....................................50, 53 Jack Gray Transport Inc. .................. 46, 50 Jackson County Industrial Development Corp................................68 Jackson Oil & Solvents .............................49 James Poshard & Son ...............................50 JAS Worldwide ......................................54, 57 Jasper County Economic Development Organization ..............68 JAWCO Logistics/JACO Brokerage .......... 48, 51, 57 Jay County Development Corp...........68 Jefferson County Industrial Development Corp................................68 Jennings County Economic Development Commission ...............68 J.E.T. Transit Inc. ....................................50, 53 JobsInLogistics.com .................................. 63 Johnco Distributing Inc. .......................... 53 Johnson County Development Corp. .............................................................68 Jones Lang LaSalle ..................................... 74 Journal of Commerce .............................. 74 JRA Architecture ......................................... 72

K Kankakee-Iroquois Regional Planning Commission .........................68 Katoen Natie Midwest Inc. ..................... 57 Katz, Sapper & Miller Certified Public Accountants ............................... 73 Kelley Logistics ............................................. 57 Kendallville Terminal Railway Co. (a subsidiary of Pioneer Railcorp.) ......45 Kentland Municipal Airport ....................40 Keystone Logistics ...................................... 57 Kid Glove Service, Inc. ..............................56 Kightlinger & Gray ....................................... 73 Kindra Lake Towing ................................... 41 Kinetrex Energy ............................................70 Kintetsu World Express (U.S.A.) Inc. ....54 Kipp Brothers Toys & Novelties ............ 53 KJ Bradley Inc. ..............................................49 Kllm Transport Services Inc. ..................48 Knox County Development Corp. ......68 Koch Companies .........................................52 Koetter Construction ................................ 74 Kokomo/Howard County Governmental Coordinating Council ........................................................65 Kosciusko Economic Development Corp. .............................................................68 Krieg DeVault ................................................ 73 95

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Eli Lilly & Co. .................................................. 53 Elkhart and Western Railroad Co. (a subsidiary of Pioneer Railcorp.) ......44 Elkhart Municipal Airport ........................ 39 Elmer Buchta Trucking.............................50 Elwood Staffing Services .........................62 Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University ................................................... 61 ERS-OCI Wireless .................................54, 71 EmployIndy....................................................62 Enverity Engineering ................................. 72 Environmental Management Services ....................................................... 72 Environmental Solutions Group Inc.... 72 Epoch Distributors ...................................... 53 Evansville Marine Service Inc................ 41 Evansville Vanderburgh Airport Authority .................................................... 39 Evansville Western Railway ....................44 Exegistics ................... 44, 53, 56, 58, 63, 65 Expedient Data Centers ...........................54


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L Louisville & Indiana Railroad ................45 L.L. Waters Scholarship Foundation/Fund.............................62, 63 LaGrange County Economic Development Corp................................68 Lake Carriers Assoc. ................................... 63 Lake County IN Economic Alliance ...68 Lake Michigan and Indiana Railroad .......................................................45 Lakes & Rivers Transfer (A Division of Jack Gray Transport) ....................... 43 Lakeside Logistics Inc. .............................. 47 Landmark Realty & Development Inc. .................................. 74 Langham Logistics ....... 48, 52, 55, 57, 59 Lauth Property Group ............................... 74 Lawrence County Economic Growth Council ......................................68 LDI Ltd. ............................................................. 57 Lincolnland Economic Development Corp................................68 Liquid Transport Corp...............................46 LITX Terminals Resources.......................45 Logistick Inc...................................................56 Logistics Management ............................. 74 Logistics Plus Inc. ........................................ 57 Logistics Quarterly ..................................... 74 Louisville Regional Airport Authority ....................................................40 Lower Lakes Towing Ltd. ........................ 41 LT Truck & Trailer Sales.............................50 LTC ..................................................................... 76

M M&M Transport Services ..........................52 Madison County Council of Governments ...........................................68 Madison Railroad.........................................45 Maersk Line ....................................................56 Mamo Transportation ...............................50 Manchester University..............................62 Manufacturing & Logistics IT Magazine .................................................... 74 Marengo Warehouse .................................59 Marian University ........................................62 Marine Log ..................................................... 74 Marshall County Economic Development Corp................................68 Marten Transport................................. 48, 52 Martin University .........................................62 MartinRiley ..................................................... 72 Material Handling Industry of America....................................................... 63 Maverick Transportation LLC ................46 MAVPAK ...........................................................56 McKeil Marine ............................................... 41 MD Logistics ........................................................ 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 54, 55, 56, 57, 59, 65 Mead Johnson & Co./Kenco .................. 53 Medic On-Site Services ............................ 73 MEK Group, The ........................................... 74 Merchandise Warehouse... 53, 56, 57, 59 Metals USA, Ohio River Metal Services ........................................43, 50, 59 Metro International Trade Services .... 53 Metropolis Strategies .................................68 Meyer Trucking Inc. ...................................46 MG Rail. ............................................................45 Miami County Economic Development Authority ......................68 Michael Baker International Inc. .......... 72 Michiana Area Council of Governments ...........................................68 Michigan City Municipal Airport..........40 96

Midway International Airport................40 Midwest Toxicology Services LLC........71 Miebach Consulting Inc............................71 Millenial Transport Services ....48, 49, 52 Miller Aviation ...............................................40 Miller Transfer & Rigging Co. ..........46, 47 Mister “P” Express Inc. ...............................52 MLT Providers.......................... 47, 48, 49, 55 Modern Materials Handling ................... 74 Monarch Beverage .....................................54 Montgomery Aviation ..............................40 Montgomery County Economic Development ...........................................68 Moore & Associates.................................... 72 Moran Transportation Corp. ..................49 Morgan County Economic Development Corp................................68 Morley & Associates ................................... 72 Morris Trucking Corp. ....................... 48, 52 Mount Vernon Transfer Terminal ........54 Mox Warehouse ...........................................59 Muncie Aviation Co. ..................................40 Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce .....................68 Muncie-Delaware County, Indiana Economic Development Alliance ...68 Mytex Polymers ...........................................54 MyWay Logistics ..........................................48

N Nappanee Area Chamber of Commerce ................................................68 Nappanee Municipal Airport .................40 National Assoc. of Small Trucking Companies ................................................64 National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Assoc. of America Inc. .................................................................64 National Motor Freight Traffic Assoc. ...........................................................64 New Castle-Henry County Economic Development Corp................................69 Newmark Grubb/Cressy & Everett...... 74 Newton County Economic & Community Development ................69 Nextrans Center ........................................... 76 Noble County Economic Development Corp................................69 Norfolk Southern Corp. ............................45 North American Crane Certification ... 63 North American Rail Shippers Assoc. ...........................................................64 Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership ................................................69 Northeastern Indiana Regional Coordinating Council ..........................69 Northern Continental Logistics ........... 57 Northern Indiana Public Service Co....70 Northwest Indiana Forum ......................69 Northwestern Indiana Regional Planning Commission .........................69 Novelty Inc. ....................................................54 Now Courier Inc. ..........................................71

O Office of the Governor .............................65 Office of the Lt. Governor .......................65 OFS Brands .....................................................54 Ohio County Economic Development Corp................................69 OJC Trucking ................................................49 Old Dominion Freight Lines ....47, 54, 59 ONB Insurance Group .............................. 73 One Southern Indiana ..............................69 Orange County Economic Development Partnership ..................69 Owen County Economic Development ...........................................69

Owens Communications Inc.........54, 71 OWLogistics - A div. of Oscar Winski Co. Inc. ......................................... 57 Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Assoc. ...........................................64

P P & C Trucking ...................................... 46, 50 P&B Trucking Inc. .................................49, 59 P.I. & I. Motor Express.................................46 Packaging Logic Inc...................................56 Padgett, Inc. ...................................................54 Panther Expedited Services......................... 40, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 54, 57, 59, 73 Panzica Building Corp. ............................. 72 Parke County Economic Development ...........................................69 Paschall Trucking ........................................52 Pegasus Transportation ...........................52 Perfect Pallets Inc. .......................................56 Perfect Transportation ..............................49 Perry County Chamber of Commerce ................................................69 Perry County Development Corp...... 63, 69, 74 Perry County Port Authority........................ 42, 44, 59, 65 Pike County Economic Growth & Development Council .........................69 Pillow Express Logistics .................... 59, 71 Plymouth Area Chamber of Commerce ................................................69 Plymouth Municipal Airport ..................40 PNC .................................................................... 73 Poindexter Transport Inc. ........................50 Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor ...............42 Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville................42 Port of Indiana-Mount Vernon.............42 Portage Economic Development Corp. .............................................................69 Portage Township Assessor’s Office ............................................................65 Porter County Board of Commissioners .......................................65 Porter County Regional Airport ...........40 Ports of Indiana ............................................42 Posey County Economic Development Partnership ..................69 Posey County Government ...................66 Powersource Transportation Inc.........50 Progressive Logistics .......................... 57, 59 Propeller Club of Evansville, Indiana...64 ProTrans ............................................. 47, 57, 59 Pulaski County Economic Development ...........................................69 Purdue University.................................61, 62

Q Quality Execution Inc. .............................. 72 Quantem Aviation Services ................... 39

R Radius Indiana ..............................................69 RAF Transport Inc. ......................................50 Rail Safe Training .........................................45 Randolph Economic Development Corp. .............................................................69 Ranger Enterprises LLC ............................ 57 Region III A Development & RPC ........69 Reliable Transportation Specialists Inc. ..................................................46, 49, 55 RG Transport .................................................50 RGT Logistics.................................................52 Rhoades Air Center Inc. ...........................40 Ripley County Economic Development Corp................................69 River Ridge Development Authority.. 74

Riverlands Marine Surveyors .................42 Riverton Truckers ........................................50 RJM Logistics .................. 46, 47, 50, 52, 55 Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology ...............................................62 Rush County Economic & Community Development Corp. ...69 Russo Communications .......................... 74 Ryder Distribution....................................... 57

S Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corp................................42 Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College .....62 Saint Mary’s College ..................................62 Schilli Transportation Services Inc............ 46, 49, 50, 52, 57, 59 Schmidt Associates .................................... 72 Schneider Corp., The................................. 72 Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson & Feary, PC................................................. 73 Scott County Economic Development Corp................................69 SCSI (Supply Chain Services International)............................. 56, 57, 60 SE Warehousing & Logistics ...................60 Securitas Security Services USA Inc... 76 Shanahan & Shanahan ............................. 73 Shelby County Development Corp....69 Shelby Trucking Inc. ..................................46 Shipbuilders Council of America.........64 Shorr Packaging ...........................................56 Signature Flight Support Corp. .............40 SII (Security Industries Inc.), a div. of TAG .............................................. 76 Silver Creek Water Corp. ..........................70 Sodrel Truck Lines ............................... 47, 52 SOLE - The International Society of Logistics ................................................64 South Bend Department of Community Investment .....................69 South Bend International Airport........40 Southeastern Indiana Regional Planning Commission .........................69 Southern Indiana Development Commission .............................................69 Southwest Indiana Chamber .........63, 69 Southwest Indiana Development Council ........................................................69 Special Dispatch ................................... 49, 71 Specialized Carriers & Rigging Assoc. ...........................................................64 Specialized Transportation Inc. .................. 47, 50, 52 Specialty Earth Sciences .......................... 72 Spot Freight.......................................................... 40, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 54, 57, 71 Squaw Creek Southern Railroad..........45 St. Mary’s Occupational Medicine Clinic............................................................. 73 Staff Source .................................................... 63 Standard Forwarding .......................... 47, 57 Starke County Economic Development Foundation .................69 Steel Transport Inc. ....................................50 Steuben County Economic Development Corp................................69 Strasburger Trucking Inc. ........................46 Styline Logistics ....................................47, 50 Sullivan County Redevelopment Commission .............................................69 Summit Realty Group/Cushman & Wakefield .................................................... 74 Summit Terminal.........................................42 Superior Carriers Inc. ........................ 46, 50 Supply Chain Brain Magazine ............... 74 Supply Chain Management Academy ....................................................62


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T Tanco Clark Maritime................................ 43 Tanco Terminals Inc. ................................. 43 Taylor Logistics Inc. ......................................... 49, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 57, 60 Taylor University..........................................62 Tell City River Port - Perry County Port Authority ..........................................42 Terre Haute Economic Development Corp................................69 Terre Haute International Airport Hulman Field ............................................40 The Chamber of Commerce of St. Joseph County..................................69 The Great Lakes Towing Company ... 41 The International Air Cargo Assoc. ....64 The Opus Group.......................................... 72 The Phoenix Group..............54, 56, 57, 60 Thomas P. Miller & Associates ..............69 Thornburg Brothers Trucking ............... 51 Three Rivers Warehousing .....................60 Tipton County Economic Development Organization ..............69 Tobin Development Corp. ...................... 76 TOC Logistics International LLC................ 39, 54, 57, 60, 65 Toledo, Peoria & Western Railway ......45 Tom Wood Aviation ...................................40 Top Talent LLC.............................................. 63 Total Quality Logistics .............................. 57 TPG Mount Vernon Marine, Jeffersonville Barge Service .............................. 41, 42, 43 TPG Mount Vernon Marine, Mount Vernon Barge Service............ 41, 42, 43 Transfreight Inc. .............................47, 52, 55 Transmark Logistics .................... 46, 49, 51

TRANSPORT North America .................55 TransWorks.....................................................55 Tri-County Agronomics ..........................54 Trine University ............................................62 Triple Crown Services Co. ....... 49, 51, 55 Tri-State Manufacturersâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Alliance (A program of the Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana) ..62 Tri-State Motor Transit Co. .....................54 Tristate Warehousing Inc. .......................60 Tri-State World Trade Network (a program of the Chamber of Commerce of Southwest Indiana) ..62 Tri-Union Express Inc. .................................... 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 52, 60 Truck City of Gary Inc...............................50 Truckinsure Inc. ........................................... 73 Truckload Carriers Assoc. .......................64

U U.S. Coast Guard District Eight .............66 U.S. Coast Guard District Nine ..............66 U.S. Coast Guard, Lake Michigan Command Center..................................66 U.S. Coast Guard, Ohio Valley Command Center..................................66 U.S. Postal Service .......................................66 Union County Development Corp. ....70 United States Customs and Border Protection ..................................................66 United States Department of Commerce, International Trade Administration .........................................66 United States Great Lakes Shipping Assoc. ...........................................................64 Universal ............................. 39, 46, 47, 49, 57 Universal AM-CAN LTD............................52 University of Evansville ............................62 University of Indianapolis .......................62

University of Notre Dame .......................62 University of Southern Indiana ............62 University of St. Francis ............................62 UPS Air Cargo ............................................... 39 UPS Express Critical ................................... 39 UPS Freight Forwarding ...........................54 URS Corp. ........................................................ 72 USI Insurance Services ............................. 73

V Valparaiso Economic Development ...70 Valparaiso University .................................62 Valpo Chamber ............................................70 Vectren Energy .............................................70 Venture Logistics .......................... 47, 52, 60 Vermillion County Economic Development Council .........................70 Verst Group Logistics .................49, 56, 60 Verve Health .................................................. 73 Victory Packaging Inc. ..............................56 Vincennes University Logistics Training & Education Center ............62 Vitran ................................................................. 47

W Wabash College ...........................................62 Wabash Commercial Trailer Products......................................................50 Wabash National Corporation ..............50 Wabash Valley Power Association ......70 Warehouse Services Inc...........................60 Warren County Local Economic Development Organization ..............70 Warrick County Chamber of Commerce ................................................70 Warrick County Economic Development Department ................70

WATCO Terminals & Port Services ............................................... 43, 60 Waterways Journal Weekly .................... 74 Watson Rural Water Co. ...........................70 Waypoint Global ..........................................55 Wells County Chamber of Commerce & Economic Development ................70 Werner Enterprises .............. 46, 48, 49, 52 Wessler Engineering .................................. 72 West Central Indiana Economic Development District Inc. ..................70 Wheels Assured Logistics.............................. 47, 49, 51, 52, 60, 71 White County Economic Development ...........................................70 Whitley County Economic Development Corp................................70 Wilderman & Associates Inc. ................. 72 Willowcreek Health Center .................... 73 Winamac Southern Railway Co. ..........45 Women in Trucking Assoc. Inc. ...........64 Woolpert .......................................................... 72 World Cargo News ..................................... 74 World Trade Club of Indiana .................64 Worldwide Freight Carrier ...................... 51 WWLALS (Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Abnormal Load Services) UK International Limited ............ 54, 55

Y Yarger Engineering Inc............................. 72 Yes Freight ...................................................... 51 Young Brothers Trucking ........................46

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American Commercial Barge Line .................... 41

Huff Contractors ..................................................... 48

Anacostia Rail Holdings........................................ 85 Conexus Indiana ......................................................17

Indiana Economic Development Corporation.....................................................OBC*

Consolidated Grain and Barge Co.................. IFC*

Indiana Harbor Belt ...............................................44

Consolidated Terminals and Logistics Co. ..... 15

Indiana Soybean Alliance .................................... 19

CountryMark ............................................................ 25

MD Logistics ............................................................. 88

CSX Transportation ................................................ 55

Norfolk Southern ...................................................... 4

Elwood Staffing ....................................................... 28

North American Crane Certification ................ 31

Federal Marine Terminals..................................... 43

Ports of Indiana ..................................................36,83

FedEx .......................................................................... 38

River Ridge................................................................ 75

Genessee & Wyoming Inc./Indiana Southern RR... 45

Summit Terminals .................................................. 97

Harding Group ........................................................ 42

Warehouse Services, Inc. ..................................... 58

Hoosier Energy.....................................................IBC*

Watco Terminal & Port Services ......................... 59

IFC-Inside Front Cover / IBC-Inside Back Cover / OBC-Outside Back Cover

AVIATION ADVERTISER INDEX

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