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Presentation - Indiana Logistics

FY 2010-11 Invested $108Million into FacilitiesTwo New ContainerGantry Cranes

Port Realizes Cargo Gains• Overall Gen. Cargo 15%• Container Volumes 15%• Steel 20%• Coffee 19%• Forest Products 29%• Ship Calls 18%

InlandWaterwaySystemA 14,500-mile inlandwaterway system awaitscargo arriving at the Portof New Orleans. Thissystem of rivers andnavigation channels canreach Pittsburgh,Chicago, Kansas City andall points in between.

Napoleon Ave.Container Terminal•594,000-TEU Annual Capacity•Expandable to 1.58 millionTEUs Annually• Moved 427,000 TEUs in ’10•Near-Dock Intermodal RailTerminal•Six Gantry Cranes

Intermodal Rail TerminalAllows forcontainers to betransferred to andfrom the Port byrailcar.Located next to theNapoleon AvenueContainer Terminal

Container Terminal ExpansionRed Existing 594,000TEUsGreen Phase 2 194,000TEUsBlue Phase 3 800,000TEUsTotal 1.588millionTEU

Maintaining OurNation’s HarborsPort activity supports 13million jobs nationwideHR104 - RAMP ActBy Rep. Charles Boustany, R-La. - Supports 100% ofHMTF Collections be Spenton Harbor MaintenanceS412 – Harbor MaintenanceAct – 2011By Sen. Carl Levin, D-Michigan.Get Involved: Contact yourCongressional Delegations,State and Local Representatives

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