2017 Indiana Logistics Directory

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No where on earth is Indiana's competitive advantage in logistics more evident than the Indiana Logistics Directory. Published annually, this high-powered publication serves as the professional guide that promotes the Midwest's transportation, distribution, logistics and related resources to local, national and international markets. The Directory shines a spotlight on "The Who's Who in Logistics" from around the region and features perspectives from key leaders on major logistics issues. Produced by the Ports of Indiana with key partners interested in promoting logistics, the Directory is used as a resource by businesses in and around Indiana looking for service providers, and by economic development officials looking to attract new business development. The Directory features contact information for businesses and organizations that provide logistics-related services to the Midwest.

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Global Logistics at the

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Table of Contents

Indiana: A Global Leader in Logistics

Introduction: The STATE of Logistics...............................................................5

A message from Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb

Indiana’s Infrastructure: A Driving Force to Economic Success....................6

By Jim Schellinger, Indiana Secretary of Commerce

Indiana Logistics Rankings..................................................................................7

Inside the Numbers

U.S. Logistics Rankings.......................................................................................8

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

Industry Insights

New Technologies Drive Next-Generation Logistics Industry....................... 16

By David W. Holt, Conexus Indiana

Bridging the Employee Skills Gap Through Training Grants....................... 18

By Jennifer Jett, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP

Logistics Leadership Survey.............................................................................20

UpVest Indiana: Rural Infrastructure and our Economy..............................24

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

Preparing Logistics Leaders

Educating Indiana’s Logistics Workforce........................................................26

Logistics U: Moving High School Students into Logistics Careers...............28

Kids Page: ‘Barging’ into Logistics..................................................................29

Business Listings

Contact information for transportation, freight, training, economic development

and professional services

Transportation: Aviation, Marine, Rail, Trucking.............................................33

Freight Services.................................................................................................. 47

Education/Workforce.........................................................................................55

Economic Development......................................................................................59

Professional Services..........................................................................................65

Logistics Maps

Maps Introduction.............................................................................................. 71

Airports...............................................................................................................72

Ports..................................................................................................................... 75

Railroads.............................................................................................................78

Highways.............................................................................................................80

Maritime Transportation Assets

Indiana’s Great Lakes Inventory......................................................................82

Indiana’s Ohio River Inventory........................................................................84

Indexes

Alphabetical Listing of Businesses....................................................................86

Advertiser Index.................................................................................................90

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Indiana: The STATE of Logistics

Indiana is home to more than 5,700 logistics companies that take advantage of our central location, infrastructure network,

favorable business climate and talented workforce. In fact, we rank in the top 10 in 100 important logistics categories. Additionally,

nearly 60 percent of the U.S. and Canadian population are within a one-day drive from Indiana. But that’s not all! Here are just a few of

Indiana’s notable logistics rankings:

• Ranks 1st in number of pass-through interstates

• Home to the Indianapolis International Airport, ranked the best airport in North America, five years running

• Ranks 3rd in the number of freight railroads

• CNBC ranks Indiana as having the top infrastructure in the country

• In 2016 alone, the Ports of Indiana handled nearly 11.3 million tons of cargo

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

• Ranks 6th in domestic waterborne shipping

In Indiana, we consider being the “Crossroads of America” more than just a motto, it is our mission. As you continue to grow your

businesses in Indiana, we’ll continue to support our logistics industry and invest in our infrastructure. This means, of course, roads

and bridges, but it also means our railways, waterways and, of increasing importance, our digital connectivity.

The 2017 Indiana Logistics Directory is an important resource and clearly demonstrates why Indiana is a logistics powerhouse. I

trust you will find this Directory to be a useful tool that you refer to often for your logistics needs.

Thank you,

A Message from Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb

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It’s truly an exciting time to be a Hoosier as we

celebrate Indiana’s economic momentum

with accolades and successes rolling in

day after day. Today, we are recognized as

the best state in the Midwest and the fifth

state in the nation for doing business, and that

is not by accident. As a state, we have worked

tirelessly to create a pro-growth business

climate by balancing our budget, reducing

regulations and cutting costs, while

simultaneously investing in our workforce

and quality of place.

As the Crossroads of America, we have

also placed a great emphasis on building

a world-class infrastructure system that

enhances connectivity both nationally and

internationally. To be competitive in today’s

market, it’s important that businesses are

connected to their customers and the rest of

the world. Here in Indiana, we understand

that. That’s why we continue to invest in our

road, air, port and rail systems, driving our

economy forward and providing efficient,

low-cost transportation capabilities.

Located at the center of the U.S. population,

Indiana is home to more than 5,700

Indiana’s Infrastructure:

A Driving Force to

Economic Success

Jim Schellinger, Indiana Secretary of Commerce

transportation and logistics establishments

that take advantage of our six pass-through

interstates and our highway network, which

is accessible to nearly 60 percent of the

population of both the United States and

Canada within 24 hours. With growth in

Indiana’s logistics industry expected to double

by 2035, it’s important that we preserve and

build new infrastructure to be competitive

in today’s global economy. And, I assure

you that we are hard at work, ensuring your

business has the tools it needs for success and

is well connected to your customers.

Not only do we have an exceptional

highway system, but we are also home to the

second-largest FedEx air hub in the nation,

allowing goods to be transported quickly and

efficiently. In our capital city, the Indianapolis

International Airport has been ranked best in

North America for five consecutive years,

serving more than two million passengers

per year. With more than 46 total non-stop

destinations from Indianapolis, we are strong

advocates for additional direct flights, which

we know are essential to conducting your

business on a regional, national and global scale.

As you can see, we have a vital system for

travel via roads and air, but that’s not all. With

the state’s entire southern border on the Ohio

River, close proximity to Lake Michigan

and access to the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf

of Mexico, we are home to three ports that

shipped more than 11 million tons of cargo

in 2016. With our road, rail and air systems,

we have a winning combination that is sure

to create a win-win for both Hoosiers and

businesses alike.

Improving Indiana’s infrastructure and

enhancing connectivity both remain a top

priority for our state. As we enter our third

century, we remain committed to both

preserving and improving our existing

features, while simultaneously looking to

the needs of the future, ensuring Indiana is

positioned at the top in our global economy.

I’m confident that Indiana will meet your

logistics requirements, and we are here to

help your business grow in our service to

Hoosiers. We are a state that works, and we

will continue our momentum in creating

a business environment that allows your

company to thrive.

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Indiana Logistics Rankings

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When compared to all other states, Indiana ranks in the top 10 in 100 significant logistics-related categories and in the top five for 27 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 metal 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 LLC)

2nd largest liquid cargo barge fleet (American Commercial Barge Line LLC)

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 value of NAFTA rail exports

3rd in cargo value shipped out via multiple waterways

3rd in ton-miles of cargo shipped out via multiple waterways

3rd in tonnage shipped out on 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 largest producer of truck trailers (Vanguard National)

5th in long-distance trucking employment

5th in ton-miles of shipments received via multiple modes

5th in exports to Mexico via rail

5th in NAFTA trade value by rail

5th in rail trade with Canada

6th largest Great Lakes port (Indiana Harbor)

6th in rail tons of food products originated

6th in tonnage shipped out via truck and rail

6th in value of shipments received via multiple modes

6th in tonnage received via multiple modes

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

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

6th in truck transportation employment

6th in domestic waterborne shipping

6th in long-distance trucking companies

6th in general freight trucking employment

6th in rail imports from Canada

6th in trade with Mexico via rail

6th in tonnage received via multiple waterways

6th in NAFTA exports value

6th largest inland port (Mount Vernon)

7th in rail tons of coal originated

7th in rail tons of coal terminated

7th in warehousing jobs

7th in NAFTA import value by truck

7th in rail exports to Canada

7th in value of rail shipments

7th in for-hire truck tonnage originated

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in tonnage received via water

in ton-miles of shipments received via water

largest Great Lakes port (Burns Waterway Harbor)

in rail tons carried

in value of rail freight originated

in NAFTA trade value

in exports to Canada

in value of NAFTA rail imports

in local linehaul rail miles

in exports to Mexico

in trade with Mexico

in scheduled air freight

in NAFTA trade value by truck

in NAFTA export value by truck

in truck trade with Canada

in exports to Canada via truck

in total truck tons

in truck tonnage originated

in value of freight shipped out via for-hire trucks

in ton-miles of truck cargo shipped out

in tonnage received by truck

in tonnage received via for-hire truck

in ton-miles of shipments received via inland waterways

largest producer of truck trailers (Strick Corporation)

in freight rail employment

in rail mileage

in rail tons of farm products originated

in value of shipments received via rail and water

in rail shipments originated

in specialized trucking employment

in number of airports

in trade with Canada

in exports to Mexico via truck

in imports from Mexico via truck

in truck trade with Mexico

largest Great Lakes port (Gary)

in total trade with Mexico

10th in local rail mileage

10th in water tonnage originated

10th in trucking companies

10th in imports from Canada via truck

10th in inland waterway tonnage originated

10th in value of shipments received by rail

10th in value of shipments received by truck

10th in specialized trucking companies

10th in ton-miles of shipments received via truck

10th in number of air facilities

10th largest dry cargo fleet (AEP River Transport)

10th in number of interstate miles

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, et al.

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U.S. LOGISTICS RANKINGS

INSIDE THE NUMBERS

U.S. Logistics Rankings

Number of Airports

State

Number

1 Texas 1,466

2 Alaska 554

3 California 522

4 Florida 501

5 Illinois 478

6 Ohio 450

7 Wisconsin 435

8 Pennsylvania 432

9 Indiana 405

10 New York 388

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal

Aviation Administration, Administrator's Factbook 2013

Number of Air Facilities 1

State

Total

1 Texas 2,019

2 California 942

3 Florida 839

4 Pennsylvania 785

5 Alaska 736

6 Illinois 732

7 Ohio 668

8 New York 588

9 Washington 555

10 Indiana 550

10 Wisconsin 550

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal

Aviation Administration, Administrator's Factbook 2013

AIR

Indianapolis

IS HOME TO THE

2nd Largest

FedEx Express

HUB IN THE WORLD

Memphis

International,

Tennessee

Ted Stevens

Anchorage

International,

Alaska

Louisville

International-

Standiford Field,

Kentucky

Chicago O'Hare

International,

Illinois

Landed Weight of All-Cargo Operations

Miami

International,

Florida

Los Angeles

International,

California

Indianapolis

International,

INDIANA

Cincinnati/

Northern Kentucky

International,

Kentucky

Dallas/Fort Worth

International,

Texas

John F. Kennedy

International

(New York),

New York

Metropolitan

Oakland

International,

California

22.67 17.13 12.05

9.06 7.63

6.58 5.32

4.01

3.32

3.25

3.05

Pounds (billions)

Air Freight Originated 2

State

Ton-Miles 4 (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

Passenger Enplanements 5

Air Freight Received 3

State

Ton-Miles 4 (millions)

1 California 977

2 New York 745

3 Illinois 658

4 Texas 460

5 Hawaii 305

6 New Jersey 245

7 Tennessee 219

8 Florida 215

9 Alaska 202

10 Washington 124

11 Georgia 123

12 Ohio 76

13 Pennsylvania 65

14 Indiana 47

15 Oregon 40

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Airport State Enplanements

1 Hartsfield - Jackson Atlanta International Georgia

49,340,732

2 Los Angeles International California

36,351,272

3 Chicago O'Hare International Illinois

36,305,668

4 Dallas/Fort Worth International Texas

31,589,839

5 John F. Kennedy International New York

27,782,369

6 Denver International Colorado

26,280,043

7 San Francisco International California

24,190,560

8 Charlotte/Douglas International North Carolina 21,913,166

9 McCarran International Nevada

21,857,693

10 Phoenix Sky Harbor International Arizona

21,351,504

11 Miami International Florida

20,986,349

12 George Bush Intercontinental/Houston Texas

20,595,881

13 Seattle-Tacoma International Washington 20,148,980

14 Orlando International Forida

18,759,938

15 Newark Liberty International New Jersey 18,684,818

16 Minneapolis-St Paul International/Wold-Chamberlain Minnesota 17,634,273

17 General Edward Lawrence Logan International Massachusetts 16,290,362

18 Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Michigan

16,255,520

19 Philadelphia International Pennsylvania 15,101,349

20 La Guardia New York

14,319,924

Indiana airports ranked in the top 200: Indianapolis (48), Fort Wayne (143), South Bend (154),

Evansville (181).

SOURCE: FAA Passenger Boarding and All-Cargo Data - 2015

Source: FAA, Passenger Boarding and All-Cargo Data, 2015

Scheduled Air Freight

State

Tons (thousands)

1 Tennessee 2,335.61

2 California 1,682.27

3 Kentucky 1,370.69

4 Florida 903.71

5 Texas 756.04

6 Illinois 629.83

7 New York 603.75

8 Indiana 555.85

9 Alaska 520.05

10 New Jersey 310.09

11 Georgia 290.00

12 Pennsylvania 288.34

13 Washington 235.76

14 Hawaii 221.12

15 Virginia 162.85

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TranStats Database, 2013

Licensed Pilots

State

Total

1 California 59,213

2 Florida 52,967

3 Texas 49,614

4 Washington 18,665

5 Georgia 18,131

6 Arizona 18,029

7 Colorado 17,382

8 Illinois 16,307

9 New York 15,949

10 Pennsylvania 15,187

11 Ohio 15,137

12 Virginia 14,126

13 North Carolina 13,935

14 Michigan 13,672

15 Minnesota 12,172

16 Tennessee 11,540

17 Indiana 9,558

18 Wisconsin 9,073

19 Missouri 8,986

20 New Jersey 8,787

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

Unscheduled Air Freight

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

Total Flights

State

Arrivals/ Departures

1 California 7,283,577

2 Florida 6,393,501

3 Texas 4,822,580

4 Arizona 2,783,589

5 New York 2,072,864

6 Illinois 2,025,599

7 Colorado 1,646,785

8 Georgia 1,580,176

9 Washington 1,398,381

10 North Carolina 1,237,383

11 Michigan 1,204,297

12 Pennsylvania 1,172,435

13 Massachusetts 1,101,620

14 Hawaii 1,008,575

15 New Jersey 982,271

16 Nevada 926,053

17 Virginia 916,533

18 Oregon 893,051

19 Alaska 856,868

20 Minnesota 848,625

Indiana is ranked 27th.

SOURCE: FAA, Air Traffic Activity Data System, 2016

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Airports, heliports, seaplane bases • 2 Freight shipped from state • 3 Freight shipped to state • 4 Cargo volume times distance shipped (tons x miles) • 5 Persons boarding airplanes

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Sector

1 Manufacturing

2 Health Care and Social Assistance

3 Retail Trade

4 Accommodation and Food Services

5 Administrative Support, Waste Management, Remediation Services

6 Other services (except public administration)

7 Transportation and Warehousing

8 Wholesale Trade

9 Construction

10 Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

LOGISTICS EMPLOYMENT

Indiana Jobs by Sector

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2014 County Business Patterns

Jobs

475,831

403,393

314,603

268,596

197,122

125,785

119,402

116,315

115,070

110,540

Truck Transportation

+6.2%

61,036

Indiana Department of Workforce Development

Projected Logistics Growth 2026

Warehousing and Storage

+17.6%

34,426

Percent Change from 2016

Couriers and Messengers

+11%

19,427

Projected 2026 Employees

Support Activities for

Transportation

+13.3%

9,924

SOURCE: Indiana Dept. of Workforce Development, Research and Analysis, 2016

Other Logistics-Related Services

+23.9%

5,493

U.S. LOGISTICS RANKINGS

California

86,936

Warehousing Employment

Texas

Pennsylvania

Ohio

Georgia

Illinois

INDIANA

New Jersey

64,398 55,773 38,053 37,939 35,690 29,490 28,797

Employees

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2014 County Business Patterns

Florida

26,918

Tennessee

24,759

Compensation of Indiana Employees by Industry

Industry

1 Manufacturing

2 Health Care and Social Assistance

3 Retail Trade

4 Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services

5 Wholesale Trade

6 Finance and Insurance

7 Construction

8 Administrative Support, Waste Management, Remediation Services

9 Management of Companies and Enterprises

10 Transportation and Warehousing

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau, 2014 County Business Patterns

Total

$25,407,595,000

$16,554,316,000

$7,611,127,000

$6,674,141,000

$6,544,755,000

$6,347,795,000

$6,341,708,000

$5,786,170,000

$5,664,251,000

$4,978,579,000

Commercial Airline Pilots

State

Employees

1 California

11,570

2 Florida

9,786

3 Texas

8,534

4 Arizona

3,579

5 Washington

3,330

6 Colorado

3,184

7 New York

2,910

8 Virginia

2,757

9 Illinois

2,712

10 Georgia

2,704

Indiana is ranked 20th.

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

Freight Rail Employment

State

Employees

1 Texas

16,826

2 Illinois

13,152

3 Nebraska

12,010

4 California

8,877

5 Ohio

7,619

6 Missouri

7,333

7 Georgia

7,178

8 Pennsylvania

7,056

9 Indiana

6,223

10 Virginia

5,737

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads,

Railroad Ten-Year Trends, 2012

Great Lakes Maritime Shipping Employment

INDIANA

Michigan

Ohio

Wisconsin

Illinois

Minnesota

New York

Pennsylvania

15,516 10,603 8,504 3,466 2,813 2,516 924 291

Employees

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

Trucking Employment

State

Employees

1 Texas

134,418

2 California

105,510

3 Illinois

70,698

4 Pennsylvania

63,108

5 Ohio

59,939

6 Indiana

54,975

7 Wisconsin

50,075

8 Tennessee

49,144

9 Georgia

48,566

10 Florida

46,023

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2014 County Business Patterns

General Freight Trucking

Employment

State

1 Texas

2 California

3 Illinois

4 Ohio

5 Pennsylvania

6 Indiana

7 Tennessee

8 Wisconsin

9 Georgia

10 Michigan

Employees

77,346

67,414

52,746

43,441

41,500

40,275

40,028

38,734

36,920

32,231

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2014 County Business Patterns

Long-Distance Trucking

Employment

State

1 Texas

2 California

3 Illinois

4 Tennessee

5 Indiana

6 Ohio

7 Georgia

8 Pennsylvania

9 Wisconsin

10 Iowa

Employees

62,160

46,715

39,598

37,013

35,420

35,392

32,953

32,976

32,108

25,490

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2014 County Business Patterns

Specialized Trucking

Employment

State

1 Texas

2 California

3 Pennsylvania

4 Illinois

5 Florida

6 Ohio

7 New York

8 Missouri

9 Indiana

10 Michigan

Employees

57,072

38,096

21,608

17,952

16,744

16,498

15,749

14,794

14,700

13,006

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2014 County Business Patterns

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U.S. LOGISTICS RANKINGS

Texas

$208.81

Michigan

$132.84

California

$115.58

NAFTA Trade Value

Illinois

$62.39

Ohio

$45.01 $36.64

Value (billions)

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

New York

INDIANA

$28.13

Pennsylvania

$27.64

Tennessee

$25.62

NAFTA

Washington

$23.05

NAFTA Export Value

State

Value (billions)

1 Texas

$112.53

2 California

$41.44

3 Michigan

$35.52

4 Ohio

$25.52

5 Illinois

$25.33

6 Indiana

$16.36

7 New York

$15.57

8 Pennsylvania

$13.61

9 Tennessee

$13.15

10 Arizona

$10.39

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

NAFTA Import Value

State

Value (billions)

1 Michigan

$97.32

2 Texas

$96.27

3 California

$74.14

4 Illinois

$37.05

5 New York

$21.06

6 Ohio

$19.49

7 Washington

$14.12

8 Pennsylvania

$14.02

9 Tennessee

$12.47

10 New Jersey

$12.05

Indiana Ranks 11th

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

NAFTA Trade Value by Truck

State

1 Texas

2 California

3 Michigan

4 Ohio

5 Illinois

6 New York

7 Pennsylvania

8 Indiana

9 Tennessee

10 Georgia

Value (billions)

$156.17

$76.96

$75.86

$35.81

$33.44

$29.53

$22.23

$21.51

$19.94

$15.50

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

NAFTA Export Value by Truck

State

1 Texas

2 California

3 Michigan

4 Ohio

5 Illinois

6 New York

7 Pennsylvania

8 Indiana

9 Tennessee

10 North Carolina

Value (billions)

$79.73

$34.06

$25.74

$21.17

$17.81

$13.42

$12.24

$11.80

$10.16

$8.15

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

NAFTA Import Value by Truck

State

1 Texas

2 Michigan

3 California

4 New York

5 Illinois

6 Ohio

7 Pennsylvania

8 Tennessee

9 Indiana

10 Massachusetts

Value (billions)

$76.44

$50.12

$42.89

$16.10

$15.62

$14.64

$9.98

$9.77

$9.70

$8.96

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

NAFTA Trade Value by Rail

State

1 Michigan

2 California

3 Texas

4 Illinois

5 Indiana

6 Ohio

7 Kentucky

8 Tennessee

9 Alabama

10 Missouri

Value (billions)

$50.02

$27.78

$14.55

$8.53

$5.23

$5.01

$4.75

$3.82

$3.25

$3.00

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

NAFTA Export Value by Rail

State

1 Texas

2 Michigan

3 Indiana

4 Illinois

5 Ohio

6 Kentucky

7 Alabama

8 Tennessee

9 Missouri

10 Iowa

Value (billions)

$9.92

$8.04

$3.49

$3.37

$2.86

$2.64

$2.50

$2.50

$2.36

$2.12

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

NAFTA Import Value by Rail

State

1 Michigan

2 California

3 Illinois

4 Texas

5 Ohio

6 Kentucky

7 Pennsylvania

8 Indiana

9 New Jersey

10 Wisconsin

Value (billions)

$41.97

$26.01

$5.15

$4.62

$2.15

$2.11

$2.00

$1.74

$1.49

$1.34

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

MIichigan

California

Illinois

Trade Value with Canada

Texas

Ohio

New York

Pennsylvania

Washington

Indiana

Tennessee

Texas

California

Michigan

Trade Value with Mexico

Illinois

Arizona

Ohio

Tennessee

Georgia

Indiana

Florida

$71.75

$43.96

$41.17

$35.10

$30.60 $30.26

Value (billions)

$19.94

$19.79

$18.75

$13.84

$173.71

$71.62

$61.08

$21.21

$15.77 $14.41

Value (billions)

$11.78

$9.99

$9.38

$8.61

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

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U.S. LOGISTICS RANKINGS

Canada Export Value

State

1 Michigan

2 Texas

3 Ohio

4 California

5 Illinois

6 New York

7 Indiana

8 Pennsylvania

9 Tennessee

10 Kentucky

11 Washington

12 Wisconsin

13 New Jersey

13 North Carolina

14 Georgia

Value (billions)

$23.48

$19.86

$19.06

$16.18

$15.85

$12.59

$11.47

$9.94

$8.69

$7.47

$6.97

$6.59

$6.33

$6.33

$5.84

Canada Import Value

State

Value (billions)

1 Michigan

$48.27

2 California

$27.78

3 Illinois

$25.32

4 New York

$17.66

5 Texas

$15.23

6 Washington

$12.81

7 Washington Ohio

$14.57 $11.53

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

Pennsylvania

Minnesota

New Jersey

Indiana

Massachusetts

Tennessee

Florida

New Hampshire

$9.99

$7.48

$7.33

$7.27

$7.25

$5.14

$4.29

$4.27

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

Mexico Export Value

State

Value (billions)

Texas

$92.67

California

$25.26

Michigan

$12.03

Illinois

$9.48

Arizona

$8.32

Ohio

$6.45

Louisiana

$5.68

Indiana

$4.88

Tennessee

$4.46

Pennsylvania

$3.67

Georgia

$3.52

Wisconsin

$3.05

North Carolina

$3.01

New York

$2.97

Florida

$2.82

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

Mexico Import Value

State

Value (billions)

Texas

$81.03

Michigan

$49.04

California

$46.36

Illinois

$11.72

Ohio

$7.95

Arizona

$7.45

Tennessee

$7.32

Georgia

$6.46

Florida

$5.79

Kentucky

$5.19

New Jersey

$4.72

North Carolina

$4.58

Indiana

$4.49

Pennsylvania

$4.02

Massachusetts

$3.53

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

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

New York

Ohio

California

Illinois

Texas

Pennsylvania

Indiana

Washington

Tennessee

Value (billions)

$48.73

$24.49

$24.27

$21.29

$18.11

$17.32

$15.89

$14.52

$10.98

$10.55

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

State

California

Michigan

Texas

Illinois

Indiana

Kentucky

Ohio

Tennessee

Alabama

Pennsylvania

Value (billions)

$18.09

$17.93

$5.97

$3.65

$3.12

$3.11

$3.05

$2.69

$2.50

$1.97

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

State

Texas

California

Michigan

Illinois

Arizona

Ohio

Tennessee

Georgia

Indiana

North Carolina

Value (billions)

$138.85

$55.66

$27.13

$15.32

$11.96

$11.54

$9.39

$8.20

$6.98

$6.51

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

State

Michigan

California

Texas

Illinois

Arizona

Indiana

Ohio

Kentucky

Iowa

Missouri

Value (billions)

$32.08

$9.68

$8.58

$4.87

$2.31

$2.11

$1.96

$1.64

$1.25

$1.19

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

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

New York

Illinois

Texas

Pennsylvania

Indiana

Tennessee

North Carolina

Value (billions)

$17.50

$16.37

$12.81

$11.24

$10.85

$10.82

$9.07

$8.95

$6.70

$5.64

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

State

Michigan

Texas

Kentucky

Alabama

Ohio

Tennessee

Indiana

Missouri

Illinois

Louisiana

Value (billions)

$4.40

$3.48

$2.20

$1.78

$1.74

$1.68

$1.67

$1.39

$1.35

$0.95

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

State

Texas

California

Michigan

Illinois

Arizona

Ohio

Tennessee

Pennsylvania

Indiana

Georgia

Value (billions)

$68.91

$21.25

$8.23

$6.95

$5.23

$4.79

$3.46

$3.17

$2.85

$2.68

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

State Value (billions)

Texas

$6.43

Michigan

$3.64

Illinois

$2.02

Arizona

$1.98

Indiana

$1.81

Iowa

$1.23

Ohio

$1.12

California

$1.01

Nebraska

$0.98

Missouri

$0.97

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

Canada Import Value by Truck

Canada Import Value by Rail

Mexico Import Value by Truck

Mexico Import Value by Rail

State

Value (billions)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Michigan

New York

California

Ohio

Illinois

Pennsylvania

Texas

Washington

Massachusetts

Indiana

$31.22

$13.24

$8.47

$7.89

$7.25

$6.82

$6.50

$5.93

$5.63

$5.57

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

8

9

State

California

Michigan

Texas

Illinois

Pennsylvania

Indiana

Ohio

Wisconsin

Minnesota

Washington

Value (billions)

$17.33

$13.53

$2.48

$2.30

$1.66

$1.45

$1.31

$1.25

$1.25

$1.18

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

State

Texas

California

Michigan

Illinois

Ohio

Arizona

Tennessee

Georgia

Indiana

North Carolina

Value (billions)

$69.93

$34.41

$18.89

$8.37

$6.74

$6.73

$5.92

$5.52

$4.12

$4.00

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

8

9

State Value (billions)

Michigan

$28.44

California

$8.67

Illinois

$2.85

Texas

$2.14

Kentucky

$1.21

Ohio

$0.84

New Jersey

$0.73

Pennsylvania

$0.33

Georgia

$0.33

Arizona

$0.32

Indiana Ranks 12th

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, Bureau of Transportation Statistics,

TransBorder Freight Data, 2016

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U.S. LOGISTICS RANKINGS

Pennsylvania

57

Texas

49

INDIANA

41

Freight Railroads

Illinois

40

New York

39

Ohio

34

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads, 2012

Michigan

27

Mississippi

27

Alabama

26

RAIL

Tennessee

25

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

10

10

10

Linehaul Railroads

State

Pennsylvania

Texas

New York

Indiana

Georgia

Mississippi

Alabama

Arkansas

Washington

Ohio

California

North Carolina

Tennessee

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads,

Railroad Ten-Year Trends, 2012

Total

29

25

23

22

21

18

17

16

15

14

14

14

14

Switching/Terminal Railroads

State

Total

1

1

2

3

4

5

6

6

7

7

Pennsylvania

Texas

Illinois

Ohio

Indiana

Michigan

New York

California

North Carolina

Missouri

21

21

17

15

13

9

8

8

7

7

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads,

Railroad Ten-Year Trends, 2012

Total Rail Tonnage

State

Tons (millions)

1 Wyoming 450.1

2 Texas 299.5

3 Illinois 273.7

4 Minnesota 160.6

5 California 158.0

6 Ohio 143.7

7 Indiana 110.7

8 Florida 110.4

9 Virginia 109.8

10 West Virginia 106.6

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads

2012 STB Waybill Sample

Rail Tonnage Originated 1

State

Tons (millions)

1 Wyoming 434.3

2 Illinois 115.9

3 Texas 92.9

4 West Virginia 92.3

5 Minnesota 90.3

6 Ohio 66.2

7 Kentucky 59.2

8 California 59.1

9 Indiana 54.2

10 Pennsylvania 51.6

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads,

2011 STB Waybill Sample

Rail Tonnage Received 2

State

Tons (millions)

1 Texas 206.6

2 Illinois 157.8

3 California 98.9

4 Virginia 77.6

5 Ohio 77.3

6 Minnesota 70.3

7 Missouri 68.9

8 Georgia 67.7

9 Florida 66.7

10 Wisconsin 57.5

11 Indiana 56.5

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads,

2012 STB Waybill Sample

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Total Track

State

Texas

Illinois

California

Ohio

Pennsylvania

Kansas

Georgia

Minnesota

Indiana

Missouri

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

Rail Carloads Carried

State

Total (thousands)

1 Illinois 11,975

2 Texas 9,151

3 Missouri 8,140

4 Indiana 6,816

5 Ohio 6,575

6 California 6,574

7 Iowa 6,338

8 Kansas 6,142

9 Oklahoma 6,120

10 New Mexico 5,823

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads;

2012 STB Waybill Sample

Rail Carloads Originated 1

State

Total (thousands)

1 Illinois 3,706

2 Wyoming 3,684

3 California 3,229

4 Texas 1,902

5 Minnesota 1,171

6 Ohio 1,116

7 Georgia 961

8 Pennsylvania 927

9 West Virginia 843

10 Washington 830

Indiana is ranked 13th.

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads;

2012 STB Waybill Sample

Rail Carloads Received 2

State

Total (thousands)

1 Illinois 3,956

2 California 3,402

3 Texas 3,117

4 Georgia 1,449

5 Florida 1,221

6 Ohio 1,158

7 Pennsylvania 1,103

8 Virginia 1,004

9 Minnesota 968

10 Washington 920

Indiana is ranked 13th.

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads;

2012 STB Waybill Sample

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Class I Track 3

State

Texas

Illinois

California

Minnesota

Missouri

Georgia

Ohio

Iowa

Kansas

Virginia

Indiana is ranked 13th.

Total

8,369

5,851

3,919

3,625

3,399

3,251

3,240

3,189

2,816

2,773

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads,

Railroad Ten-Year Trends, 2012

Rail Tons of Primary

Metal Products Originated 1

State

Tons (millions)

1 Indiana 9.9

2 Alabama 7.6

3 Ohio 6.5

4 Pennsylvania 3.3

5 Illinois 2.9

6 Kentucky 2.7

7 California 2.5

8 Arkansas 2.2

9 Texas 1.8

10 Michigan 1.6

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads,

2012 STB Waybill Sample

Rail Tons of Primary

Metal Products Received 2

State

Tons (millions)

1 Indiana 7.6

2 Ohio 6.9

3 Texas 6.4

4 California 4.6

5 Alabama 4.4

6 Pennsylvania 4.2

7 Michigan 2.3

8 Illinois 2.0

9 Kentucky 1.5

10 Oklahoma 1.2

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads,

2012 STB Waybill Sample

Rail Tons of Coal Originated 1

State

Tons (millions)

1 Wyoming 415.6

2 West Virginia 86.1

3 Kentucky 49.3

4 Pennsylvania 33.0

5 Montana 26.5

6 Colorado 22.8

7 Indiana 22.6

8 Illinois 21.3

9 Virginia 19.5

10 Ohio 15.6

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads,

2012 STB Waybill Sample

Rail Tons of Coal Received 2

State

Tons (millions)

1 Illinois 68.2

2 Texas 62.3

3 Virginia 56.1

4 Missouri 54.7

5 Wisconsin 32.9

6 Ohio 31.2

7 Indiana 31.0

8 Alabama 29.1

9 Maryland 25.1

10 Kentucky 23.4

SOURCE: Association of American Railroads,

2012 STB Waybill Sample

Total Value of Rail Freight

State

Value (billions)

1 Texas $162.35

2 Illinois $64.32

3 Louisiana $59.16

4 California $46.98

5 Ohio $42.05

6 Iowa $34.08

7 Indiana $31.95

8 Michigan $31.35

9 Pennsylvania $28.25

10 Minnesota $25.91

Value of Rail Freight Originated 1

State

Value (billions)

1 Texas $78.19

2 Louisiana $36.13

3 Illinois $34.80

4 Iowa $21.70

5 California $19.84

6 Ohio $19.47

7 Indiana $17.98

8 Nebraska $17.44

9 Minnesota $14.75

10 Pennsylvania $11.97

Value of Rail Freight Received 2

State

Value (billions)

1 Texas $84.16

2 Illinois $29.52

3 California $27.14

4 Michigan $23.26

5 Louisiana $23.03

6 Ohio $22.58

7 Washington $16.69

8 Pennsylvania $16.27

9 Georgia $15.34

10 Indiana $13.97

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Local Freight Track

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: 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: Association of American Railroads,

Railroad Ten-Year Trends, 2012

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Trucking Companies

State

Companies

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

California

Illinois

Texas

Florida

New York

Pennsylvania

Ohio

Michigan

Wisconsin

Indiana

9,820

9,516

9,155

5,539

4,628

4,550

4,172

3,534

3,523

3,432

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2014 County Business Patterns

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

General Freight

Trucking Companies

State

Companies

Illinois

6,984

California

6,200

Texas

5,431

Florida

3,531

New York

2,741

Pennsylvania

2,630

Ohio

2,527

Michigan

2,405

New Jersey

2,223

Georgia

2,167

Indiana Ranks 11th

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2014 County Business Patterns

TRUCK

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Long-Distance

Trucking Companies

State

Companies

Illinois

3,986

Texas

3,387

California

2,906

Florida

1,895

Georgia

1,568

Indiana

1,543

Ohio

1,501

Michigan

1,422

Pennsylvania

1,413

Wisconsin

1,383

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2014 County Business Patterns

Specialized Trucking Companies

State

Companies

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Texas

California

Illinois

Florida

Pennsylvania

New York

Ohio

Wisconsin

Iowa

Indiana

3,724

3,620

2,532

2,008

1,920

1,887

1,645

1,544

1,281

1,278

SOURCE: U.S.DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2014 County Business Patterns

U.S. LOGISTICS RANKINGS

Total Truck Tons

Truck Tons Originated 1

Truck Tons Received 2

Truck Tractor Registrations

State

Tons (millions)

1 Texas 2,205

2 California 1,180

3 Illinois 812

4 Florida 767

5 Ohio 689

6 Pennsylvania 678

7 New York 669

8 Indiana 479

9 Georgia 471

10 North Carolina 404

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

State

Tons (millions)

1 Texas 1091

2 California 591

3 Illinois 406

4 Florida 373

5 Ohio 355

6 Pennsylvania 350

7 New York 308

8 Indiana 247

9 Georgia 239

10 North Carolina 205

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

State

Tons (millions)

1 Texas 1114

2 California 588

3 Illinois 405

4 Florida 394

5 New York 361

6 Ohio 334

7 Pennsylvania 328

8 Indiana 233

9 Georgia 232

10 North Carolina 198

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

State

California

Texas

Indiana

Illinois

Ohio

Pennsylvania

Oklahoma

Florida

North Carolina

Georgia

Registrations

286,627

263,395

252,815

155,303

105,669

87,525

78,729

77,593

75,341

74,258

SOURCE: U.S. DOT, FHA, Office of Highway

Policy Information - Highway Statistics 2015

Tons Originated by For-Hire Trucks

State

Tons (millions)

1 Texas 582

2 California 297

3 Illinois 237

4 Ohio 216

5 Florida 212

6 Pennsylvania 171

7 Indiana 162

8 Georgia 135

9 New York 128

10 Wisconsin 118

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Tons Received by For-Hire Trucks

State

Tons (millions)

1 Texas 614

2 California 292

3 Illinois 235

4 Florida 231

5 Ohio 196

6 New York 172

7 Pennsylvania 162

8 Indiana 148

9 Georgia 130

10 Wisconsin 112

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Truck Ton-Miles Originated 1

State

Ton-miles 3 (billions)

1 California 120

2 Texas 119

3 Illinois 62

4 Ohio 56

5 Pennsylvania 51

6 Georgia 44

7 Florida 43

8 Indiana 39

9 North Carolina 37

10 Wisconsin 35

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Truck Ton-Miles Received 2

State

Ton-miles Tons (thousands)

(billions)

1 Texas 154

2 California 116

3 Florida 65

4 New York 55

5 Illinois 54

6 Pennsylvania 50

7 Ohio 44

8 Georgia 42

9 Michigan 34

10 Indiana 31

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Total Value of Truck Freight

State Value (billions) State Value (billions) State

1 Texas $2,585.50 1 Texas $1,251.07

2 California $1,916.42 2 California $1,007.51

3 Illinois $1,087.63 3 Illinois $592.72

4 New York $943.77 4 Ohio $458.47

5 Ohio $888.00 5 Pennsylvania $440.57

6 Pennsylvania $853.22 6 New York $416.64

7 Florida $759.98 7 Florida $339.64

8 Michigan $680.27 8 New Jersey $338.76

9 Georgia $625.49 9 North Carolina $336.16

10 North Carolina $593.56 10 Michigan $334.66

Indiana is ranked 12th.

Indiana is ranked 12th.

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Value of Truck Freight Originated 1

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Value of Truck Freight Received 2

Value (billions)

1 Texas $1,334.43

2 California $908.91

3 New York $527.14

4 Illinois $494.91

5 Ohio $429.53

6 Florida $420.35

7 Pennsylvania $412.65

8 Michigan $345.62

9 Georgia $305.82

10 Indiana $289.05

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Total Roadway Miles

State

Texas

California

Illinois

Kansas

Minnesota

Missouri

Georgia

Ohio

Michigan

Florida

Indiana is ranked 19th.

Miles

313,228

174,989

145,708

140,687

138,767

131,900

128,620

123,297

122,141

122,088

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation,

Federal Highway Administration, Highway Statistics, 2013

Pass-Through Interstates

State

Number

1 Indiana 6

1 Illinois 6

1 Pennsylvania 6

2 Georgia 5

2 Tennessee 5

3 Kentucky 4

3 Mississippi 4

3 North Carolina 4

3 Ohio 4

3 West Virginia 4

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2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Interstate Miles

State

Texas

California

Illinois

Pennsylvania

New York

Ohio

Florida

Missouri

North Carolina

Indiana

Miles

3,417

2,450

2,185

1,868

1,744

1,574

1,495

1,380

1,271

1,266

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Company

Wabash National Corp.

Hyundai Translead

Great Dane Limited Partnership

Utility Trailer Manufacturing

Vanguard National Trailer Corp.

Stoughton Trailers

MANAC

Strick Corp.

MAC Trailer Manufacturing

Wilson Trailer Co. (estimate)

Truck Trailer Manufacturing

State

Indiana

California

Illinois

California

Indiana

Wisconsin

Pennsylvania

Indiana

Ohio

Iowa

Trailers

59,500

50,706

48,000

46,040

41,067

16,400

7,750

4,900

4,200

4,000

SOURCE: U.S. Dept. of Transportation, 2015

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation

Federal Highway Administration

National Highway System Length, 2015

SOURCE: Trailer/Body Builders Magazine Trailer Output Report, 2016

1

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

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2017 Indiana Logistics Directory

U.S. LOGISTICS RANKINGS

Louisiana

535.3

Texas

510.8

California

New Jersey

U.S. Waterborne Traffic

Washington

Florida

Kentucky

225.7 150.2 111.6 101.4 96.1

Tons (millions)

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,

The U.S. Waterway System: 2015 Transportation Facts & Information,

U.S. Waterborne Traffic by State in 2015

Illinois

93.9

Ohio

83.7

Alabama

74.3

INDIANA

66.2

Pennsylvania

62.0

Virginia

WATER

West Virginia

Michigan

61.7 60.0 58.7

U.S. Domestic Waterborne Traffic

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

State

Louisiana

Texas

Kentucky

Illinois

Ohio

Indiana

West Virginia

New Jersey

Michigan

Florida

Tons (millions)

300.3

161.6

96.1

91.9

73.7

64.1

60.0

57.0

50.9

46.2

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,

The U.S. Waterway System: 2015 Transportation

Facts & Information, U.S. Waterborne

Traffic by State in 2015

Foreign Waterborne Traffic

State

Tons (millions)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Texas

Louisiana

California

New Jersey

Washington

Florida

Virginia

Georgia

Alabama

Maryland

349.2

234.9

193.7

93.1

75.7

55.1

51.9

37.1

35.9

32.6

Indiana is ranked 31st

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,

The U.S. Waterway System: 2015 Transportation

Facts & Information, U.S. Waterborne

Traffic by State in 2015

Multiple Waterways 1

Freight Originated 2

State

Tons (thousands)

1 Louisiana 17,800

2 Minnesota 5,733

3 Indiana 3,618

4 Texas 3,603

5 Michigan 2,371

6 Missouri 1,867

7 Alabama 1,257

8 Illinois 412

9 Tennessee 148

10 Ohio 81

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Multiple Waterways 1

Freight Received 3

State

Tons (thousands)

1 Florida 9,004

2 Louisiana 7,665

3 Texas 6,404

4 Georgia 5,771

5 Ohio 4,768

6 Indiana 1,696

7 California 1,414

8 Wisconsin 1,409

9 Illinois 628

10 Alabama 516

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Inland Waterways

Freight Originated 2

State

Ton-miles 4 (billions)

1 Louisana 36.23

2 Texas 15.49

3 Illinois 15.02

4 Missouri 5.60

5 Minnesota 4.57

6 Oklahoma 3.96

7 Iowa 2.86

8 West Virginia 1.67

9 Ohio 1.41

10 Indiana 1.17

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Inland Waterways

Freight Received 3

State

Ton-miles 4 (billions)

1 Louisiana 42.75

2 Kentucky 12.95

3 Texas 12.11

4 Ohio 10.06

5 Alabama 2.91

6 Illinois 2.67

7 Arkansas 2.46

8 Indiana 1.15

9 Pennsylvania 1.08

10 Mississippi 0.90

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Water Freight Originated 2

State

Ton-miles 4 (billions)

1 Louisiana 67.26

2 Texas 25.19

3 Illinois 15.55

4 Michigan 11.51

5 Minnesota 9.28

6 Missouri 7.73

7 Indiana 5.49

8 Washington 5.04

9 Oklahoma 3.96

10 Iowa 2.86

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Water Freight Received 3

State

Ton-miles 4 (billions)

1 Louisiana 50.59

2 Ohio 16.80

3 Texas 15.72

4 Kentucky 13.37

5 Florida 12.50

6 Georgia 9.30

7 Indiana 4.99

8 Alabama 3.96

9 Illinois 2.93

10 Michigan 2.73

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

Port

Duluth-Superior, MN and WI

Chicago, IL

Two Harbors, MN

Cleveland, OH

Detroit, MI

Indiana Harbor, IN

Burns Waterway Harbor, IN

Toledo, OH

Gary, IN

Presque Isle, MI

Great Lakes Ports Shipments

State

Minnesota/Wisconsin

Illinois

Minnesota

Ohio

Michigan

Indiana

Indiana

Ohio

Indiana

Michigan

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,

The U.S. Waterway System: 2015 Transportation Facts and Information

U.S. Waterborne Traffic by State in 2015

Tons (millions)

33.3

16.7

15.8

13.7

13.3

11.6

8.9

8.5

7.8

7.2

Value of Water Shipments

Originated 2

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.

SOURCE: U.S.DOT, BTS, U.S. DOC, U.S. Census Bureau,

2012 Commodity Flow Survey

Value of Water Shipments

Received 3

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

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Port

Cincinnati-Northern

Huntington Tristate

St. Louis

Pittsburgh

Memphis

Mount Vernon

Louisville

Port of Kaskaskia

St. Paul

Greenville

Inland Ports Shipments

State

Ohio/Kentucky

W. Virginia/Ohio/Kentucky

Missouri/Illinois

Pennsylvania

Tennesee

Indiana

Kentucky

Illinois

Minnesota

Mississippi

SOURCE: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers,

The U.S. Waterway System: 2015 Transportation Facts and Information

U.S. Waterborne Traffic by State in 2015

Tons (millions)

45.0

42.7

35.0

26.4

12.0

8.4

7.0

5.9

5.3

3.0

Barges Fleet (Dry Cargo)

Barges Fleet (Liquid Cargo)

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Company

Ingram Barge Management

American Commercial Barge Line LLC

American River Transportation Co.

Cargo Carriers, A business of Cargill, Inc.

SCF Marine, Inc.

Crounse Corporation

LMR Barge, LLC

Campbell Transportation Co.

Murray American Transportation, Inc.

AEP River Transportation

State

Tennessee

Indiana

llinois

Minnesota

Missouri

Kentucky

Kentucky

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania

Indiana

SOURCE: Informa Economics, Barge Fleet Profile Report, March 2017

Barges

4,333

3,801

1,781

1,472

1,110

1,107

747

543

487

438

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

Company

Kirby Inland Marine, LP

American Commercial Barge Line LLC

Canal Barge Co., Inc.

Florida Marine, LLC

Ingram Barge company

Hardin Street Marine LLC

Higman Barge Lines

Blessey Marine Services, Inc.

Enterprise Marine Services LLC

Settoon Towing, LLC

State

Texas

Indiana

Louisiana

Louisiana

Tennessee

Delaware

Texas

Louisiana

Louisiana

Louisiana

SOURCE: Informa Economics, Barge Fleet Profile Report, March 2017

Barges

876

445

305

244

223

222

186

170

138

119

1

Includes Inland Waterways System, Great Lakes, Gulf of Mexico and oceans • 2 Freight shipped from state • 3 Freight shipped to state • 4 Cargo volume times distance shipped (tons x miles)

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By David W. Holt

Vice President, Operations

and Business Development

Conexus Indiana

New Technologies Drive

Next-Generation Logistics Industry

Plastic roads. Autonomous barges. High-speed travel

through massive tubes. These ideas are not nearly as

far-fetched as you might think. In fact, development is

well underway on all these transportation technologies

and Indiana is working to position itself to lead the way.

The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT),

under the direction of Governor Eric Holcomb, wants to

ensure Indiana is the hub for infrastructure innovations

where Indiana companies and universities research,

design and manufacture the infrastructure innovations

of tomorrow. Conexus Indiana and INDOT are taking

the next steps by hosting a summit to determine how

the public and private sectors can collaborate in these

three areas.

Four technologies are in development that could

soon transform the logistics industry. Indiana could

easily play a central role in their success:

• Autonomous barges and trucks are being tested

to transport goods more efficiently around the world.

Development of self-driving cars has captured most

of the world’s imagination while similar technologies

for trucks and barges continue under the radar. Just

recently, MIT announced a partnership with two Dutch

universities to develop self-driving barges. Indiana

has the research universities and corporate muscle

to help further develop these ideas. With its access to

major transportation waterways and its strong highway

network, Indiana could serve as an ideal testing ground

for this new generation of road and water transportation

technology.

• Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) will be delivering

products directly to people’s homes in the near future. In

fact, Amazon has recently patented a floating warehouse

that can hover over a specific area and deliver packages

directly to a customer’s home. Businesses throughout

Indiana are already manufacturing components for the

UAV industry, and vital research is being conducted at

our colleges and universities.

• High-speed transportation is taking on new

meaning with the development of tubes through which

passengers and cargo could move at exceptionally

high rates of speed. Purdue University participated in

the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition, which was

open to university students around the world and

challenged them to improve designs for a hyperloop

transportation system. Indiana should capitalize on

the work of the Purdue University research team and

ensure that the “Crossroads of America” becomes the

connection point for hyperloop transport between the

east and west coasts.

• Plastic roads could someday replace the materials

that have been used for decades to pave and repair

our roads and highways. Today, three European firms

are working on the plastic road concept, which uses

recycled plastic rather than asphalt for road surfaces,

with the completion of the first prototype expected

this year. Plastic road technology lowers construction

costs, extends a road’s lifecycle and shortens build

times. Indiana could partner with Hoosier companies

to test, build and use plastic road technology on our

roads, paving the way for new, long-lasting road

surface options.

Indiana has rightfully earned its distinction as the

“Crossroads of America” due to its enviable, multifaceted

infrastructure network and central location. Our

next step is to add innovative transportation technologies

to our growing list of assets—something the Hoosier

state is well equipped to accomplish with its growing

industry, leading universities and forward-thinking

government leaders.

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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.


By Jennifer Jett

Chief Marketing Officer

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP

Bridging the Employee Skills Gap

Through Training Grants

Most corporate leaders agree that having

a knowledgeable and well-trained

workforce is essential to the growth

and viability of their businesses. Often,

however, on-going training and employee

development are lost among competing

budget items, the lack of in-house, qualified

trainers and the day-to-day time pressures

of work.

Through the Skills Enhancement Fund

(SEF), the State of Indiana has taken a

proactive step to help businesses with

the financial aspect of on-going training

for projects that support 1) new capital

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investment in Indiana or 2) the retention

or creation of full-time, permanent jobs for

Indiana residents at the project location.

A SEF award may be used to reimburse

a portion, up to 50 percent, of eligible

training costs over a two year period

from the commencement of an approved

project focused on training and upgrading

skills of employees. The State of Indiana’s

SEF program is a wonderful opportunity

for Hoosier businesses to expand their

own employees’ capabilities. We at Bose

McKinney & Evans can help guide you

through this worthwhile process.

The attorneys of Bose McKinney & Evans

are experienced in the many aspects of the

employer-employee relationship, including the

value of a well-trained workforce. We are proud

to represent clients in evaluating the applicability

of SEF funding for proposed training, and

in helping to submit strong applications for

potentially eligible projects. For awarded projects,

our attorneys advise clients on best practices

for compliance with SEF and assist with the

on-going reporting of statistics related to the

program, including training expenses, positions

trained and capital investment that occur in the

applicable year, as required by statute.


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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, transportation costs will be the most pressing concern in logistics. The rankings are listed in descending

order below:

1. Transportation costs

2. Workforce availability

3. Fuel costs

4. Government regulation

5. New technologies

6. Truck driver shortage/retention (tie)

6. Cargo capacity constraints (tie)

7. Highway congestion

8. Sustainability

9. Security

10. Globalization

11. Revised inventory policies

12. New highway construction

13. Waterway infrastructure/dredging

14. Access to intermodal rail

15. Outsourcing

16. Panama Canal expansion

17. Alternative fuels

18. Air cargo service

19. Air travel service/fares

In addition, the survey asked what issue will have the greatest impact on the national economy, the next big thing in their logistics

field and their advice for students thinking about a career in logistics. Information about the survey participants and their responses is

included on the following pages.

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www.indianalogistics.com

Elaine Bedel

President

Indiana Economic

Development Corporation

www.iedc.in.gov

Q&A WITH LOGISTICS LEADERS

“The Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) is the

State of Indiana’s lead economic development agency. The IEDC is

organized as a public/private partnership governed by a board of

directors chaired by Governor Eric Holcomb. The organization is

committed to attracting and supporting new business investments,

creating new jobs for Hoosiers, and furthering our legacy as one of the

top states in the nation for business.”

Top 5 Logistics Issues:

1. Highway congestion

2. New technologies

3. Sustainability

4. New highway

construction

5. Workforce availability

LOGISTICS LEADERSHIP SURVEY

Paul Will

Chairman of the Board

Chief Executive Officer

Celadon Trucking

www.celadontrucking.com

“Celadon Trucking provides long-haul, regional, local, dedicated,

intermodal, temperature-protect, flatbed and expedited freight service

across the United States, Canada and Mexico. The Company also owns

Celadon Logistics Services, which provides freight brokerage services,

freight management and supply chain management solutions including

warehousing and distribution.”

Top 5 Logistics Issues:

1. Truck driver shortage/

retention

2. Workforce availability

3. Government regulation

4. Transportation costs

5. Revised inventory

policies

Dr. Robert E. Martínez

Vice President

Business Development

and Real Estate

Norfolk Southern Corporation

www.nscorp.com

“As a leading transportation provider, Norfolk Southern operates

19,500 route miles in 22 states and Washington, D.C., supports

international trade with service to every major eastern seaport, 10

river ports, and nine lake ports, and operates the most extensive

intermodal network in the east.”

Top 5 Logistics Issues:

1. Cargo capacity

constraints

2. Fuel costs

3. Transportation costs

4. Truck driver shortage/

retention

5. Government regulation

Joe McGuinness

Commissioner

Indiana Department of

Transportation

www.in.gov/indot

“The Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) plans, builds,

maintains and operates a superior transportation system enhancing

safety, mobility and economic growth. INDOT’s 3,500 employees are

tasked with on-time and on-budget delivery of $1.5 billion in annual

capital expenditures and a $457 million annual operating budget,

maintaining 28,800 total highway miles and 5,690 INDOT-owned

bridges as well as providing great customer service.”

Top 5 Logistics Issues:

1. Highway congestion

2. New technologies

3. Government regulation

4. Fuel costs

5. Access to intermodal rail

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2017 Indiana Logistics Directory

LOGISTICS LEADERSHIP SURVEY

Kathy Newton

Associate Dean and Professor

Supply Chain Management

Technology

Purdue University

www.purdue.edu

Q&A WITH LOGISTICS LEADERS

“The Purdue Polytechnic Institute at Purdue University offers a

learning experience for the 21st century thinking economy. The Supply

Chain Management Technology Program is an industrial engineering

technology degree that specializes in all aspects of supply chain

operations. Graduates are prepared to walk directly into positions for

operations management, purchasing, sales engineering and logistics.”

Top 5 Logistics Issues:

1. Workforce availability

2. New technologies

3. Globalization

4. Security

5. Outsourcing

Paul Pathy

Chief Executive Officer

Fednav Limited

www.fednav.com

“Operating a fleet of about 100 vessels, Fednav is an international

ship-owning company headquartered in Montreal, Canada. Its

principal activities include the transport of bulk and general cargo

worldwide. As a leading force in the Great Lakes, the company is also

known for its two subsidiaries: Fednav Atlantic Lakes Line (FALLine),

a steel and general cargo liner service from North Europe to Great

Lakes ports including Indiana’s Burns Harbor; and Federal Marine

Terminals, operating stevedoring facilities in Burns Harbor and other

Great Lakes locations. Fednav also offers logistics services through

Fednav Direct. The company employs 260 people worldwide and about

3,000 crew members and stevedores.”

Ian Hirt

Port Director

Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor

www.portsofindiana.com

“Our port has direct access to the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of

Mexico via the St. Lawrence Seaway and inland rivers system and is

supported by multiple rail connections and several interstates. These

transportation networks provide port companies and users with a

sustainable competitive advantage.”

Top 5 Logistics Issues:

1. Waterway infrastructure/

dredging

2. Government regulation

3. Sustainability

4. Fuel costs

5. Workforce availability

Top 5 Logistics Issues:

1. Transportation costs

2. Waterway infrastructure/

dredging

3. Sustainability

4. Globalization

5. Fuel costs

Albert Wilson

President

CIMBAR

Performance Minerals

www.cimbar.com

“CIMBAR is an industrial minerals company producing mineral

powders and pellets used in the production of plastics, rubber, paints

and coatings, friction materials, sealants, adhesives, ceramics,

pharmaceuticals and cosmetics.”

Top 5 Logistics Issues:

1. Transportation costs

2. Fuel costs

3. Workforce availability

4. Globalization

5. Cargo capacity

constraints

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Q&A WITH LOGISTICS LEADERS

Which logistics issue will have the largest impact on

the national economy and why?

• Elaine Bedel: To remain a national logistics leader, it is critical that

Indiana finds a long-term, sustainable solution to invest in our infrastructure.

Indiana is currently working to create a 20-year sustainable infrastructure

plan that will fully maintain our existing roads and bridges, finish what

we’ve started and invest in Indiana’s future. It’s also critical that Indiana

adds a fourth water port in Southeastern Indiana.

• Ian Hirt: The U.S. trade policy has a profound effect on ports across the

nation. Ports are gateways to/from America and they employ thousands. A

trade war would have a significant impact on our nation’s economy with

major U.S. industries—and lots of jobs—getting caught in the crossfire.

• Dr. Robert E. Martínez: The U.S. faces an infrastructure shortfall in

surface transportation and in the form of port-related bottlenecks. In the

rail industry, though we have solid capacity, it is not evenly distributed

throughout our networks and there is constant and necessary tension to

make certain we adequately fund capacity enhancements in the right places

and in the right market segments to respond to market change.

• Joe McGuinness: The shortage of qualified truck drivers. A smaller

supply of available truck transportation will result in increased costs to

transport consumer goods.

• Kathy Newton: The shortage of competent workers in the supply chain

is a continuing problem that affects most operational areas. This, combined

with increasing customer demands and greater variability in operations and

risks, will lead to logistics challenges for companies of all sizes.

• Paul Pathy: Announced increases in infrastructure spending in both the

US and Canada will have a positive impact on shipping in the Great Lakes.

Among the various infrastructure projects, there is a strong consensus on

the construction of a new Soo Lock, dredging, modernization of the St.

Lawrence Seaway and port infrastructure.

• Paul Will: Our ability as a country to move freight efficiently and safely

will determine our competitiveness globally for our products and services.

One of the determining factors in our ultimate success is our infrastructure

—from roads to dams to bridges. Success moving forward requires serious,

sustained infrastructure investment at all levels of government.

• Albert Wilson: Increasing transportation costs that are passed on to

manufacturers and consumers will continue to impact our economy.

LOGISTICS LEADERSHIP SURVEY

What is the next big thing in logistics for your specific field?

• Elaine Bedel: Indiana’s logistics benefits are driving projections that

show that the logistics industry will more than double in size by 2035,

according to Conexus Indiana.

• Ian Hirt: With the pace at which technology is impacting the world,

the logistics industry will continue to see significant changes. Possibilities

include driver-less trucks, automation improvements in cargo handling and

better cargo tracking.

• Dr. Robert E. Martínez: The very rapid emergence of the fulfillment

phenomenon, married to the earlier Four Corners Distribution Center

strategy, will transform the manner in which products are pre-deployed and

the manner in which they reach final destination.

• Joe McGuinness: Connected and autonomous vehicle technology. States

and the Federal Highway Administration are just starting to determine what

the infrastructure needs will be to support this new technology and those

needs will face the same funding difficulties as our existing infrastructure.

• Kathy Newton: Preparing graduates for the ever-changing technical and

business skills needed in supply chain and logistics is the top priority for our

program at Purdue.

• Paul Pathy: Current sulfur regulations and future greenhouse gas

regulations will have a strong impact on our industry, but will have a

positive impact on climate. Shipping is based on globalization and flow of

commerce around the world and U.S.-proposed changes in trade policies

will certainly bring about changes.

• Paul Will: The adoption of electronic logging devices (ELDs) will

result in a significant reduction in hauling capacity with the current

fleet of trucks on the road today. To fill this deficit, we will need to rely

on new technologies, generate more efficiencies and employ additional

labor resources.

• Albert Wilson: Bulk handling and inefficiency at destination ports

in the U.S. is a problem. Slow ship and barge discharging often results

in demurrage costs when ports are not updated or do not have adequate

equipment to facilitate faster discharge rates.

What advice would you give students about a career in logistics?

• Elaine Bedel: With nearly 120,000 Hoosiers working in transportation or

warehousing, making up the seventh largest job sector in the state, logistics

jobs are integral in Indiana’s economy. Our strong workforce in the truck

transportation, warehousing and freight rail subsectors all rank in the top 10

by employment across the country.

• Ian Hirt: Focusing your education on the logistics field will position

you well when entering the job market and as rapidly as technology is

changing, new employees will be especially valued for the technological

knowledge they bring.

• Dr. Robert E. Martínez: Transportation/logistics is a fantastic career if

you are motivated by markets and market change. You will see projects

completed and that can be very fulfilling, especially if you have helped your

company succeed, proven resourceful to your customers or assisted the

communities you serve.

• Joe McGuinness: Logistics professionals can make a big difference

for their employers, their customers, and the general public. Moving

goods, equipment, and machinery safely and efficiently impacts everyone’s

bottom line.

• Kathy Newton: Get the best education you can that prepares you well

with the tools needed for today’s industry. There are many great options for

education, and finding the right combination of education and experience

in the form of internships and part-time jobs can make you highly valuable

to employers.

• Paul Pathy: Maritime transportation is the backbone of the global

economy. It is exciting, challenging, and international, offering great

opportunities for development, innovation, and travel to suit the

millennial generation.

• Paul Will: Logistics is an exciting and always changing field that has

helped our country prosper economically over the past 60 years that our

interstate road system has been in place. When you do enter logistics,

be a lifelong student and never stop learning about the ever-changing

transportation industry.

• Albert Wilson: While logistics is a major cost in our raw materials

pipeline and in delivery to our customers, it is also a rewarding, exciting

and fast-growing field. For students wanting to pursue a career in logistics,

perhaps the best news is opportunities are plentiful at any educational level.

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2017 Indiana Logistics Directory

UpVest Indiana: Rural Infrastructure

and our Economy

By: Edward Ebert, Senior Director

Grain Production and Utilization

Indiana Soybean Alliance

Indiana Corn Marketing Council

Indiana is known as the Crossroads

of America. This means a solid

transportation infrastructure is critical to

the economic vitality of our state. When

a rural road or bridge is in poor condition,

associated travel restrictions and delays cost

corn and soybean producers, processors and

exporters time and money.

Indiana’s corn and soybean farmers

depend on our infrastructure. However,

rural infrastructure doesn’t just impact

rural communities. Rural roads and bridges

play a critical role in Indiana’s economy,

affecting all drivers.

To help ensure Indiana’s rural roads and

bridges remain viable, the Indiana Soybean

Alliance (ISA) and Indiana Corn Marketing

Council (ICMC) have invested checkoff

dollars in infrastructure research, as well as

a partnership with the Soy Transportation

Coalition and Indiana Local Technical

Assistance Program (LTAP) at Purdue

University to offer affordable technical

assistance to county highway departments

for load testing of rural bridges.

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A new rural infrastructure study, funded

by ISA and ICMC and researched by the

Indiana University Public Policy Institute,

the Indiana Fiscal Policy Institute, and

Indiana LTAP at Purdue University,

addresses the funding needed to repair

Indiana’s rural roads to an acceptable level

— a need totaling nearly $6.4 billion over

the next 20 years. A long-term, sustainable

approach to repairs, replacements and

required maintenance of Indiana’s

infrastructure is a must.

ISA and ICMC’s focus on rural

infrastructure comes at a pivotal time. In

Indiana, there are more than 19,000 public

bridges over 20 feet long and 68 percent of

those bridges are county-maintained. Nine

percent of Indiana’s bridges need significant

rehabilitation or replacement and 23 percent

need repairs.

Many rural bridges are posted for the

restricted truck weights, requiring detours.

This results in additional costs being

inserted in our nation’s food delivery system

and diminishes farmer profitability. These

same bridges require rerouting of school

buses, emergency equipment, and local

business vehicles, creating additional transit

time and costs to citizens of rural Indiana.

Procedures for calculating load ratings

often lead to overly conservative weight

restrictions for farmers. This not only results

in unwarranted detours, but it prevents state

and local governments from efficiently

allocating limited resources to those bridges

in urgent need of modernization.

A new method — known as a weight-load

test — was developed by Iowa State

University’s bridge engineering center

for testing bridge integrity. The method

involves attaching sensors to strategic points

on a bridge to detect when the bridge shakes

or sways as increasingly heavy trucks cross.

This technology should replace the way

bridges are now inspected — a strictly

visual assessment. Visual inspections may

miss hidden flaws or overstate a bridge’s

problems and lead to unnecessary closures

or restrictions. For example, after Purdue

engineers tested one bridge in Benton

County, Indiana last year, and weight

capacity was found to be over three times

the previous posted limit, restrictions

were lifted.

Following the release of this new rural

infrastructure study and bridge testing

technology available to Indiana counties, our

two checkoff organizations have launched a

joint campaign to share trends, impact and

the need to “UpVest” in Indiana’s rural roads

and bridges.

To learn more about the “UpVest Indiana

campaign and share your story, visit

www.upvestindiana.com.


Rural infrastructure doesn't

just affect rural communities.

Indiana’s corn and soybean farmers, like you, depend on the infrastructure of our state to get their

grain from farm to field and field to market.

Since 2009, Indiana Soybean Alliance (ISA) and Indiana Corn Marketing Council (ICMC) have

invested checkoff dollars in research of Indiana’s rural infrastructure including roads and bridges.

In Indiana, there are 19,089 public bridges over 20 feet long

of Indiana’s bridges* are local,

meaning they are operated and

68%maintained by county officials

9% + 23% need repair

of all Indiana bridges¹ need significant

rehabilitation or replacement

*Only bridges that are 20 feet or longer are included in this total, based

on regulations specified by the Federal Highway Administration.

If our drivers — community services, commuters, and farmers like you —

can’t drive, then our state's economy can't continue driving forward either.

Learn more about how we can build a bridge to

the future of Indiana‘s rural infrastructure at

UpVestIndiana.com

Funded with Indiana soybean and corn checkoff dollars.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT/EDUCATION

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.

Ancilla College

A.S. in Logistics & Inventory Systems

Logistics Certificate

Admissions: 574-936-8898 ext. 330

General: 1-866-Ancilla

Ancilla.edu/degrees/logistics-inventory-systems

Ancilla College’s Associate of Science degree in Logistics and

Inventory Systems teaches how to apply logistics concepts and

principles in a supply chain. Courses and experiences help build a base

for continuing logistics education and developing workplace skills in

the field.

The Logistics Certificate is a pathway program leading to the associate

degree. It designed to provide a broad background and foundation in

logistics and inventory systems. This program is endorsed by Conexus

Indiana and the North Central Regional Logistics Council.

Ball State University, Muncie

Miller College of Business

B.S. in Logistics & Supply Chain Management

765-285-5227

Admissions: 800-482-4BSU

bsu.edu/cob

This academic program is designed for students looking to work in

management positions in the creation or distribution of goods and

services. Courses in supply chain management are featured at the senior

level.

Indiana State University, Terre Haute

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

Combining the classic field of operations within the broader framework

of supply chain management, students receive a balanced education in

both managerial and analytical concepts. Required courses include

SCM fundamentals, data-driven decision making, business process

improvement, lean six-sigma, business analytics and global SCM

strategy.

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

General: 812-855-8100

Admissions: Undergraduate, 812-855-0661

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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Indiana University, Bloomington

Supply Chain Management Academy

(812) 855-2210

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

Ivy Tech offers online programs for an Associate of Science

degree in Supply Chain Logistics and a Certificate in Supply Chain

Logistics allowing 100 percent access to students across the state.

Both programs are offered in traditional class settings at select Ivy

Tech campuses.

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.

Purdue University, West Lafayette

Global Supply Chain Management Initiative

765-494-4322

gscmi.org

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

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.

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT/EDUCATION

Purdue University, West Lafayette

Purdue Polytechnic Institute

B.S. in Supply Chain Management Technology

765-494-4935

tech.purdue.edu

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.

Vincennes University

Business & Industry Workforce Training

Logistics Training & Education Center (LTEC)

Industry Recognized Credentials

• CDL Class A & B

• Fork-Lift Essentials (OSHA-Complaint)

• APICS GLA

Custom Training Programs

• Team Lead Essentials

• Warehousing & Distribution Essentials

• Industrial Maintenance

Plainfield, Indianapolis, Lebanon, Ft. Branch, Vincennes

Online Information: 317-381-6099

vulogistics.com

VU B&I programs provide training and educational opportunities

to individuals seeking increased career advancement potential and

employers seeking a competitive edge. High-quality training is the VU

standard - offering online, classroom and hands-on experiences.

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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT/EDUCATION

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,

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.

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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

A Journey of Exploration and Imagination

on America’s Waterways

KIDS PAGE

‘BARGING’ INTO LOGISTICS:

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 13, 2017) and Mount Vernon

River Days (Sept. 8-10, 2017) as well as at the

Dow AgroSciences ScienceWorks exhibit at The

Children’s Museum of Indianapolis.

For

kids of

ALL

ages!

TEACHING KIDS ABOUT THE IMPORTANCE OF OUR WATERWAYS

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.

WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT/EDUCATION

start

ST RONG WIND!

Move 1 space

ahead....

wait turn

to go through

locks

LOSE 1 TURN

hit a SNAG

LOSE 1 TURN

finish

Slow!

narrows

river

LOSE 1

TURN

River

Flooded

go back 1 space

Currents

Swift

move ahead

2 spaces

crew

Your

wins

safety award

take an extra

TURN

Barge Race Rules

Object: To get your towboat and its loaded barges to the grain

elevator as quickly as possible

You will need:

-A coin for tossing

-Small objects (tokens) to represent towboats, such as pebbles or coins.

Rules:

1. Youngest player goes first.

2. Players toss coin for moves: Heads=move 1 space; Tails=move 2 spaces.

3. Players move tokens and follow any instructions on the spaces where

they land.

4. Winner is the first to get his or her towboat to the grain elevator

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Indiana’s Ports Provide Solutions

for U.S. Automakers

COMPANIES AT PORT OF INDIANA-JEFFERSONVILLE

PROVIDE COMPONENTS FOR TOP 6 U.S. AUTOMAKERS

AND 8 MIDWEST TIER 1 SUPPLIERS

Major projects drive multimodal opportunities

for Jeffersonville port companies

• $2.3B Bridges Project

• $30M Transportation Corridor

• $17M Intermodal Project

TOP U.S. AUTOMAKERS SERVED BY JEFFERSONVILLE PORT COMPANIES


ishawaka, IN 46545

earwaterlogistics.com

574-252-0440; F: 574-252-0444

A LA Transportation

5 Sky Park Drive N.E.

orydon, IN 47112

812-734-1126; F: 812-734-1146

uff Contractors Inc.

ndra Huff, Treasurer

uff@huffcontractorsinc.com

81 Harrison-Brookville Road

Harrison, IN 47060

ffcontractorsinc.com

812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361

ansportation company; standard tandem

le tractors, 4-axle heavy-gaul tractors,

riety of stretch, drop-deck, double-drop,

w-boy, beam and multi-axle specialized

ilers; complete truck and trailer repairs; 24-

ur emergency service

trailer delivery and trailer mounted machinery Fort Wayne, IN 46825

transport

teamlandstar.com

P: 260-489-8107; F: 260-489-8120

As “The Crossroads of America,”

Robinson

Indiana

+ Sons Trucking,

has a

Inc.

world-class Warehousing, infrastructure heavy-haul, LTL, intermodal,

Brent Robinson, President

hazmat, air freight

system consisting of eight interstates, 41 railroads, two navigable waterways

brent@robtruck.com

and 405 airports. The imprint

6000

of

Schenley

the logistics

Place

industry on the state’s Maverick economy Transportation, LLC

is significant when considering Lawrenceburg, how many IN businesses 47025 it touches Steve ranging Swain, from Vice President of Sales

supply-chain managers to warehouse/distribution robtruck.com

to multimodal sswain@maverickusa.com

transportation

bsInLogistics.com

specialists to economic development P: 812-537-7155; officials. F: 812-537-7157 The competitiveness 5885 of Carlson Indiana’s Ave.

Local Trucking, Long Haul Trucking

bsInTrucks.com logistics industry is dependent upon four key factors: location, Portage, infrastructure, IN 46368

an Horton education and workforce. The businesses listed in this directory maverickusa.com

are partners in

United Transport Inc.

P: 866-778-4146

irector of the Business growth Development and competitiveness

3550 179th

of Indiana’s

St.

logistics industry.

Flatbed & Temperature Controlled OTR /

an@jobsinlogistics.com

Hammond, IN 46323

Regional / Captured Capacity / Dedicated

24 Graysford This section Drive is divided into gounitedtransport.com

five featured categories:

services

dianapolis, IN 46234

P: 319-472-1531; F: 219-844-0249

bsinlogistics.com Transportation: Aviation-Marine-Rail-Trucking Panther Premium Logistics

317-672-2988; C: 317-657-5311

salessupport@pantherpremium.com

stomized recruitment solutions for trucking,

Freight Services Refrigerated

84 Medina Road

stribution and logistics employers.

Medina, OH 44256

B & J Trucking Services Inc.

ystone Logistics Education/Workforce

pantherpremium.com

P.O. Box 199

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

nneth Cubberley, President Borden, IN 47106

Expedited ground and air services

nc@keystonelogistics.net Economic Development

bjtruck.com

57 Commerce Dr

P: 800-433-2861; F: 812-246-2507 Ravens Trucking Inc.

uth Bend, IN 46628Professional Services

Glenn Ravens, President

ystonelogistics.net

Backhaul Direct LLC

aalt@ravenstrucking.com

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upon information provided backhauldirect.com

by the listed businesses.

ravenstrucking.com

keside Logistics Inc.

P: 317-974-9125; F: 317-974-9126 P: 800-358-8340

Produce, Refrigerated, Dry Van, Flat Bed

ndall Rump An alphabetic listing of each company is featured on pages 86 to 89 identifying

Brokerage, 4PL solutions

Robinson + Sons Trucking, Inc.

gional Sales all pages Manager on which these companies appear.

Brent Robinson, President

ump@teamlandstar.com

Decker Trucking

brent@robtruck.com

1 Airport N Office Park

Tony Russell, COO

6000 Schenley Place

rt Wayne, IN 46825

info@deckertruckline.com

Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

amlandstar.com

2907 American Way

robtruck.com

260-489-8107; F: 260-489-8120 Fort Wayne, IN 46809

P: 812-537-7155; F: 812-537-7157

arehousing, heavy-haul, LTL, intermodal, deckertruckline.com

Local Trucking, Long Haul Trucking

zmat, air freight

P: 260-748-4552

illenial Transport Services

11 N. Perimeter Road

dianapolis, IN 46241

illenialtransport.com

317-486-5369; F: 317-454-1383

orris Trucking Corp.

ike Morris, President

ikemorris@morristrucking.com

01 Erie Canal Road

rre Haute, IN 47802

orristrucking.com

812-232-1984; F: 812-235-8315

uckload carrier, expedited service

84 Medina Road

Medina, OH 44256

pantherpremium.com

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Expedited ground and air services

Powersource Transportation, Inc.

Barb Bakos, President

lisa@powersourcetrans.com

2023 N Lafayette Ct

Griffith, IN 46319

powersourcetrans.com

P: 219-972-8789

Decker Trucking

Tom Walker, Terminal Manager

info@deckertruckline.com

729 131st Place

Hammond, IN 46327

deckertruckline.com

P: 219-933-4794

Fitzmark Inc.

4620 W. 84th St., Ste. 300A

Indianapolis, IN 46268

fitzmark.com

P: 317-475-0960; F: 317-475-0960

Kenc@keystonelogistics.net

1657 Commerce Dr

South Bend, IN 46628

keystonelogistics.net

P: 574-288-5555; F: 574-251-3564

Truck Load carrier, Third Party provider of

transportation Services

Lakeside Logistics Inc.

Kendall Rump

Regional Sales Manager

krump@teamlandstar.com

211 Airport N Office Park

BUSINESS LISTINGS

Summitt Trucking

cs@summitt.com

1800 Progress Way

Clarksville, IN 47129

summittrucking.com

P: 812-285-7777; F: 812-285-8949

Regional

TRANSPORTATION

ABF Freight System Inc.

customersolutions@arcb.com

1260 Terminal Road

31

Indianapolis, IN 46217

abf.com

FREIGHT SERVICES

bandptrk@embar

12980 Michigan

Plymouth, IN 465

P: 574-936-691; F

General freight and A

EDUCATION/WORKFORCE

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Backhaul Direct

1 Virginia Ave., St

Indianapolis, IN 4

backhauldirect.co

P: 317-974-9125;

Produce, Refrigerated

Brokerage, 4PL soluti

Bagshaw Truckin

Mark Grantz

Transportation C

m.grantz@bagsh

13110 Blue Lick R

Memphis, IN 471

bagshawtrucking

P: 812-294-4060

Heavy equipment ha

Best Way Expres

Eli McCormick, P

Executive Officer

eli.mccormick@b

PO Box 728

Vincennes, IN 47

bestwayexpress.c

P: 800-777-4668;

Full truckload, dry va

Logistics service

GA LA Transport

535 Sky Park Driv

Corydon, IN 4711

P: 812-734-1126;

ICat Logisitcs

Mike Fitzharris, A

mfitzharris@fitztr

6805 Douglass L

Elkridge, MD 462

icatlogistics.com

P: 317-821-2300

JobsInLogistics.c

JobsInTrucks.co

Sean Horton

Director of Busin

sean@jobsinlogis

2424 Graysford D

Indianapolis, IN 4

jobsinlogistics.co

P: 317-672-2988;

Customized recruitm

distribution and logis

Keystone Logisti

Kenneth Cubberl

Kenc@keystonelo

1657 Commerce

South Bend, IN 4

keystonelogistics

P: 574-288-5555

Truck Load carrier, T

transportation Servic


Air Carriers

American Airlines Cargo

7899 S Service Road, Ste. A

Indianapolis, IN 46241

aacargo.com

P: 800-777-6930, 317-248-3186

American Airlines Inc.

7800 Col. H. Weir Cook Memorial Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46241

aa.com

P: 800-433-7300

Cargolux Airlines International S.A.

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; F: 317-241-2048

Delta Airlines Cargo

7899 S Service Road, Ste. G

Indianapolis, IN 46241

deltacargo.com

P: 800-352-2746, 317-247-7692

F: 317-247-7695

Frontier/Midwest Connect

Airline Cargo

7899 S Service Road, Ste. G

Indianapolis, IN 46241

frontierairlines.com

P: 800-394-2158, 317-248-3868

F: 317-247-7695

Miller Aviation

Josh Walker, Owner

milleraviation@comcast.net

661 W 100 N

Portland, IN 47371

miller-aviation.com

P: 260-726-4901; F: 260-726-3591

Passengers and Cargo on Demand 135 Air

Charter

TRANSPORTATION

Indiana has access to 1,266 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

Quantem Aviation Services

7899 S Service Road, Ste. G

Indianapolis, IN 46241

quantemaviation.com

P: 317-247-3663; F: 317-247-3654

TOC Logistics International LLC

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

Universal

1400 Hurstbourne Pkwy.

Warren, MI 48089

goutsi.com

P: 586-920-0100

UPS Air Cargo

500 Busse Highway

Louisville, KY 40223

ups.com/aircargo

P: 502-329-3000

UPS international air hub located in Louisville

25 minutes from the Port of Indiana

Airports

Anderson Municipal Airport

282 Airport Road

Anderson, IN 46017

cityofanderson.com

P: 765-648-6293 F: 765-648-6294

Clark Regional Airport

6003 Propeller Lane

Sellersburg, IN 47172

clarkregionalairport.com

P: 812-246-7460; F: 812-749-0718

Columbus Municipal Airport

4770 Ray Boll Blvd.

Columbus, IN 47203

columbus.in.gov/airport

P: 812-376-2519; F: 812-348-1320

AVIATION

Elkhart Municipal Airport

Dave Pixey, Airport Manager

dave.pixey@coei.org

1211 County Road 6 W

Elkhart, IN 46516

elkhartindiana.org

P: 574-264-5217; F: 574-264-0915

Evansville Vanderburgh

Airport Authority

Doug Joest, Executive Director

doug@evvairport.com

7801 Bussing Drive

Evansville, IN 47725

flyevv.com

P: 812-421-4401; F: 812-421-4412

Regional Airport serving Southwest Indiana,

Western Kentucky and Southern Illinois

Fort Wayne International Airport

3801 W Ferguson Road, Ste. 209

Fort Wayne, IN 46809

fwairport.com

P: 260-747-4146; F: 260-747-1762

French Lick Municipal Airport

9764 W 375 S

French Lick, IN 47432

frenchlickairport.com

P: 812-936-2222; F: 812-936-3134

Gary/Chicago International Airport

6001 Airport Road

Gary, IN 46406

garychicagoairport.com

P: 219-949-9722; F: 219-949-0573

Greenwood Municipal Airport

897 Airport Pkwy.

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

Indianapolis International Airport

David Shaw, Air Service Director

dshaw@ind.com

7800 Col. H. Weir Cook

Memorial Drive, Ste. 100

Indianapolis, IN 46241

indianapolisairport.com

P: 317-487-5082; F: 317-487-5021

Available airside facilities, up to 120,000 s.f.,

including temperature controlled

Indianapolis Regional Airport

7800 Aviation Way

Greenfield, IN 46140

indianapolisairport.com

P: 317-487-5024

Kendallville Municipal Airport

John Kline Sr., Airport Manager

johnklinesr@hotmail.com

363 E Airport Road

Kendallville, IN 46755

P: 260-349-0350

Kentland Municipal Airport

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

skip.miller@flylouisville.com

700 Administration Drive

Louisville, KY 40209

flylouisville.com

P: 502-368-6524

The Louisville Regional Airport Authority

operates Louisville International Airport (SDF) and

Bowman Field Airport (LOU). The airports provide

commercial, general aviation and cargo air services.

TRANSPORTATION AVIATION Air Carriers | Airports

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Michigan City Municipal Airport

1300 N State Road 212

Michigan City, IN 46360

mgcairport.com

P: 219-872-0121; F: 219-872-0121

Nappanee Municipal Airport

24751 U.S. 6 E

Nappanee, IN 46550

nappanee.org

P: 574-773-4707

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

4101 Murvihill Road

Valparaiso, IN 46383

vpz.org

P: 219-462-6508; F: 219-462-2913

Shelbyville Municipal Airport

Darrell Shrader, Manager

3529 N 100 W

Shelbyville, IN 46176

shelbyvilleaviation.com

P: 317-392-1284

South Bend International Airport

Mike Daigle, Executive Director

mdaigle@sbnair.com

4477 Progress Drive

South Bend, IN 46628

sbnair.com

P: 574-282-4590; F: 574-239-2585

Terre Haute International Airport -

Hulman Field

Kara McIntosh, Director of

Operations and Development

581 S Airport Street

Terre Haute, IN 47803

huf.com

P: 812-877-2524; F: 812-877-3853

Warsaw Municipal Airport

Nick King, Airport Manager

nking@warsaw.in.gov

3000 Airport Drive, Box 5

Warsaw, IN 46582

warsaw.in.gov

P: 574-269-1337

White County Airport

John Townsend, Airport Manager

townsendaviation@comcast.net

2222 Airport Road

Monticello, IN 47960

P: 574-583-9900; F: 574-583-9910

Aviation Services

Airframe Components

by Williams, Inc.

Roy S. Williams, Vice President

roy@airframecomponents.com

9838 N 1100 E

Kendallville, IN 46755

airframecomponents.com

P: 260-347-0807; F: 260-347-4820

Aircraft control & wing repair

Alliance Air Freight & Logistics

Indianapolisfreightcompany@

shipalliance.com

4710 W Morris Street

Indianapolis, IN 46241

shipalliance.com

P: 317-429-0918

Evansville Vanderburgh

Airport Authority

Doug Joest, Executive Director

doug@evvairport.com

7801 Bussing Drive

Evansville, IN 47725

flyevv.com

P: 812-421-4401; F: 812-421-4412

Regional Airport serving Southwest Indiana,

Western Kentucky and Southern Illinois

Fort Wayne-Allen County

Airport Authority

3801 W Ferguson Road, Ste. 209

Fort Wayne, IN 46809

fwairport.com

P: 260-747-4146; F: 260-747-1762

Honaker Aviation

Kevin Happel, General Manager

7001 Airport Drive

Sellersburg, IN 47172

honakeraviation.com

P: 812-246-5491; F: 812-246-3819

Indianapolis Airport Authority

7800 Col. H. Weir Cook

Memorial Drive, Ste. 100

Indianapolis, IN 46241

indianapolisairport.com

P: 317-487-5135; F: 317-487-5134

Access to the Midwest with Summit Terminal

OHIO RIVER, 743.8

Better Access, Full-Service

Montgomery Aviation

Sean White, VP/Gen Manager

sean@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.

5201 N Walnut Street

Muncie, IN 47303

muncieaviation.com

P: 765-289-7141; F: 765-289-7142

Avionics & parts sales, fuel sales, aircraft sales

& service

Panther Premium Logistics

salessupport@pantherpremium.com

84 Medina Road

Medina, OH 44256

pantherpremium.com

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Expedited ground and air 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, Marketing director

Steel, Bulk and Non-Bulk

dave.miller@bargeacbl.com

1701 E Market Street

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

bargeacbl.com

P: 812-288-0336

Barge lines, transfer dock, towing

Kindra Lake Towing

9864 S Ave. N

Chicago, IL 60617

kindralake.com

P: 773-721-1180; F: 773-721-4138

Towing-marine

Ozinga Materials & Logistics/Middle

River Marina

Rick Dykstra, Director of Business

Development

rickdykstra@ozinga.com

11701 S Torrence Ave.

Chicago, IL 60617

ozinga.com

P: 708-975-7225

Quadrant

Josh Wentzel, Inside Sales, Market

Segments

josh.wentzel@qplas.com

201 Industrial Drive

Delmont, PA 15626

quadrantepp.com

P: 610-320-6677; F: 724-468-4044

Fendering, manufacturer of dock fendering

& UHMW

The Great Lakes Towing Company

Joe Starck, President

jps@thegreatlakesgroup.com

4500 Division Ave.

Cleveland, OH 44102

thegreatlakesgroup.com

P: 216-621-4854

Towage, including harbor assist, barge towing,

ice breaking, salvage, and Shipyard Services,

including drydocking , vessel construction,

conversion and repair.

Marine Services

Central Marine Logistics Inc.

445 N Broad Street

Griffith, IN 46319

centralmarinelogistics.com

P: 219-922-2602; F: 219-922-2715

MARINE

Evansville Marine Service Inc.

P.O. Box 6048

Evansville, IN 47719

ems-harbors.com

P: 812-424-9278

Marine Industries Corp.

Dewaine Evanczyk, General Manager

dewainee@marineworks.com

601 E Riverside

Clarksville, IN 47130

marineworks.com

P: 800-773-3130

Ozinga Materials & Logistics/Middle

River Marina

Rick Dykstra, Director of Business

Development

rickdykstra@ozinga.com

11701 S Torrence Ave.

Chicago, IL 60617

ozinga.com

P: 708-975-7225

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

The Great Lakes Towing Company

Joe Starck, President

jps@thegreatlakesgroup.com

4500 Division Ave.

Cleveland, OH 44102

thegreatlakesgroup.com

P: 216-621-4854

Towage, including harbor assist, barge towing,

ice breaking, salvage, and Shipyard Services,

including drydocking , vessel construction,

conversion and repair.

Port Services/Terminals

Evansville Belt Line Railroad

John DiDomizio, President/CEO

john.didomizio@

indianabusinessrailroad.com

4800 Rosebud Lane

Newburgh, IN 47630

indianabusinessrailroad.com

P: 812-499-6132; F: 812-425-5547

Ozinga Materials & Logistics/Middle

River Marina

Rick Dykstra, Director of Business

Development

rickdykstra@ozinga.com

11701 S Torrence Ave.

Chicago, IL 60617

ozinga.com

P: 708-975-7225

ACBL: The Power Behind America’s Freight

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farmlands, factories, terminals, and ports. The

barges traveling this marine superhighway

provide the most cost effective, safest, and most

environmentally friendly mode of transportation

for dry bulk and liquid cargoes.

Operating one of the largest and newest fleets

of boats and barges on the inland waterways,

American Commercial Barge Line (ACBL)

provides a powerful combination of reliability,

flexibility, efficiency, and a leading safety and

environmental record. Our team of highly

skilled and experienced mariners and maritime

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800-638-2134 or visit

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Delivering Greater Value on the Water

TRANSPORTATION MARINE Barge Services/Towing | Marine Services | Port Services/Terminals

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Port Services/Terminals | Stevedores MARINE TRANSPORTATION

Perry County Port Authority

Alvin C. Evans, President & CEO

alvin@pcrailport.net

P.O. Box 423; 926 S Boundary Street

Tell City, IN 47586

pcrailport.com

P: 812-547-3586; F: 812-547-6266

Logistics and development

Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor

Ian Hirt, Port Director

ihirt@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

Port of Indiana-Jeffersonville

Scott Stewart, Port Director

sstewart@portsofindiana.com

1402 Port Road

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

portsofindiana.com

P: 812-283-9662; F: 812-282-7505

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

Port authority, FTZ, industrial sites, stevedoring, storage,

terminal operators, warehousing, development financing,

grain elevator, coal terminal, 12 port companies

Ports of Indiana

Rich Cooper, CEO

info@portsofindiana.com

150 Market Street, 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

Summit Terminal

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

Tell City River Port- Perry County

Port Authority

Alvin C. Evans, President & CEO

alvin@pcrailport.net

P.O. Box 423; 926 S Boundary Street

Tell City, IN 47586

pcrailport.com

P: 812-547-3586; F: 812-547-6266

Ohio River port, rail access, warehousing, storage

INTERNATIONAL

INTERNATIONAL

The Great Lakes Towing Company

Joe Starck, President

jps@thegreatlakesgroup.com

4500 Division Ave.

Cleveland, OH 44102

thegreatlakesgroup.com

P: 216-621-4854

Towage, including harbor assist, barge towing,

ice breaking, salvage, and Shipyard Services,

including drydocking , vessel construction,

conversion and repair.

Stevedores

Consolidated Grain & Barge Co.

Scott Perkins, Facility Manager

scprr.perkins@cgb.com

210 George Street

Aurora, IN 47001

cgb.com

P: 812-926-0740; F: 812-787-9461

Grain handling & agricultural products

Consolidated Grain & Barge Co.

Dean Jackson, Terminal Manager

dean.jackson@cbg.com

2701 Bluff Road

Mount Vernon, IN 47620

cgb.com

P: 812-838-6651

Terminal operators

Consolidated Grain & Barge Co.

Mike Hucker, Facility Manager

mike.hucker@cbg.com

5100 Port Road

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

cgb.com

P: 812-283-9500

Terminal operators

LONGSHOREMEN's ASSOCIATION

ASSOCIATION

LAKES DISTRICT COUNcil-atlantic coast district

Federal Marine Terminals Inc.

Brian LaRue, General Manager

415 Salmon Drive

Portage, IN 46368

fmtcargo.com

P: 219-787-1017; F: 219-787-0003

Lakes & Rivers Transfer

(A Division of Jack Gray Transport)

115 Steel Drive

Portage, IN 46368

jackgray.com

P: 219-787-9280; F: 219-787-8511

Stevedoring, trucking of bulk materials

Ozinga Materials & Logistics/Middle

River Marina

Rick Dykstra, Director of Business

Development

rickdykstra@ozinga.com

11701 S Torrence Ave.

Chicago, IL 60617

ozinga.com

P: 708-975-7225

Tanco Clark Maritime

5144 Utica Pike

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

wolflakeinc.com

P: 812-280-7300; F: 812-280-7043

Liquid storage, blending & handling

WATCO Terminals & Port Services

Brad Seese, Manager

bseese@watcocompanies.com

5146 Loop Road

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

watcocompanies.com

P: 812-282-4938

GREAT

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Rail Services/Railroads

Amtrak

Robert Moriarty, Plant Manager

robert.moriarty@amtrak.com

202 Garstang Ave.

Beech Grove, IN 46107

amtrak.com

P: 317-263-0515

Engine/passenger car maintenance

Anacostia Rail Holdings

Eric Jakubowski

Chief Commercial Officer

ejakubowski@anacostia.com

224 S Michigan Ave., Ste. 330

Chicago, IL 60604

anacostia.com

P: 312-324-7355

Backhaul Direct LLC

1 Virginia Ave., Ste. 400

Indianapolis, IN 46204

backhauldirect.com

P: 317-974-9125; 317-974-9126

Produce, Refrigerated, Dry Van, Flat Bed

Brokerage, 4PL solutions

Brunk LLC

803 Logan Street

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; Wa

Canadian Pacific Railway

Keith Creel, President & CEO

keith_creel@cpr.ca

P.O. Box 530; 501 Marquette

Minneapolis, MN 55440

cpr.ca

P: 612-851-5658; F: 612-851-5660

Central Indiana & Western Railroad

Mark Brown, General Manager

ceiwmab@sbcglobal.net

P.O. Box 456

Lapel, IN 45051

noaddress.com

P: 765-534-3398

Shortline Railroad

Central Railroad of Indiana

3010 E Pontiac Street

Fort Wayne, IN 46803

railamerica.com

P: 513-317-2474; F: 260-422-9121

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Chesapeake and Indiana Railroad

R. Powell Felix, President

powell@ibcxrail.com

916 Vine Street

Connersville, IN 47331

indianaboxcar.net

P: 765-825-0316

Chicago Fort Wayne & Eastern

3010 E Pontiac Street

Fort Wayne, IN 46803

railamerica.com

P: 513-317-2474; F: 260-422-9121

CSX Transportation

Adam Hess, Director Industrial

Development

adam_hess@csx.com

31 E Georgia Street

Indianapolis, IN 46204

csx.com

P: 317-267-4981; F: 317-267-4154

Evansville Belt Line Railroad

John DiDomizio, President/CEO

john.didomizio@

indianabusinessrailroad.com

4800 Rosebud Lane

Newburgh, IN 47630

indianabusinessrailroad.com

P: 812-499-6132; 812-425-5547

NORTHWEST INDIANA’S

DEDICATED FREIGHT RAILROAD

G&W Midwest Region

- ISRR CERTA TPW

Keith Collier

keith.collier@gwrr.com

200 Meridian Centre, Ste. 300

Rochester, NY 14618

gwrr.com

P: 904-322-4376

Gary Railway Co.

1 N Buchanan Street

Gary, IN 46402

tstarinc.com/grw

P: 219-888-7913; F: 219-888-7935

Genesee & Wyoming Railroad

Services Inc.

6516 Henry Farms Road

Roanoke, VA 24018

gwrr.com

P: 540-989-7557

Grand Elk Railroad

Damien Cantrell, General Manager

dcantrell@watcocompanies.com

75 Mills Street

Kalamazoo, MI 49048

watcocompanies.com/services/rail/

grand-elk-railroad-gdlk/

P: 269-832-4404; F: 616-248-1538

TRANSPORTATION RAIL Rail Services/Railroads

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is a GREEN option that

lowers greenhouse gas

emissions by 75% when

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2721 161st Street • Hammond, IN 46323-1099

219.989.4713

• Direct rail service from

the Port of Indiana

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Chicago Class I railroads.

• System-wide 286,000

GRL weight limit

• Multiple Transload and

Warehouse locations

• Shipping by rail significantly

reduces highway

congestion

www.ihbrr.com

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Rail Services/Railroads RAILS TRANSPORTATION

Hoosier Heritage Port Authority

33 N Ninth Street, Ste. 215

Noblesville, IN 46060

P: 317-776-8268

Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad

Tony Kazakevicius, Assistant Director,

Business Development

tony.kaz@ihbrr.com

2721 161st Street

Hammond, IN 46323

ihbrr.com

P: 219-989-4713; F: 219-989-4934

Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana railroad

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

Kokomo Grain Co., Inc. DBA

Rydman & Fox

Dan Grice, Manager

dgrice@kokomograin.com

3905 W 600 N

Anderson, IN 46011

kokomograin.com

P: 765-754-7541

Louisville & Indiana Railroad

John Goldman, President

500 Willinger Lane

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

anacostia.com

P: 812-288-0940; F: 812-288-4977

LITX Terminals Resources

John Light, General Manager

litxrailterminals@gmail.com

1021 Madison Ave.

Beaver Dam, KY 42320

westernbluegrassterminalrr.com

P: 270-363-1772

Railroad holding corporation

Madison Railroad

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

Norfolk Southern Corp.

Theresa Keplan,

2600 W Lusher Ave

Elkhart, IN 46517

nscorp.com

P: 574-296-2233; F: 574-296-2260

Rail services Including comprehensive logistics

& an extensive intermodal network

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

Progressive Logistics

Steven J. Wasser

Vice President of Operations

swasser@progressivelogistics.com

861 Perry Road

Plainfield, IN 46168

progressivelogistics.com

P: 317-204-5050; C: 317-409-3400

F: 317-351-5326

Veteran Owned!! Container Devanning,

3PL Warehousing, Food Grade and Organic

Certified Storage. Rail served by CSX

Rail Safe Training

1021 Madison Ave.

Beaver Dam, KY 42320

railsafetraining.com

P: 270-274-0454; F: 270-775-7071

Railway safety training

Squaw Creek Southern Railroad

P.O. Box 303

Boonville, IN 47601

respondekrailroad.com

P: 812-858-6920; F: 812-858-6921

Winamac Southern Railway Co.

c/o Kokomo Grain, P.O. Box 745

Kokomo, IN 46903

P: 765-457-7536; F: 765-456-1207

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Bulk Haul

AJP LLC

803 Logan Street

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; Wa

Foodliner Quest

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

Klink Trucking Inc.

Wayne Klink, President

klink@klinktrucking.com

P.O. Box 428

Ashley, IN 46705

klinktrucking.com

P: 260-587-9113; F: 260-587-3237

Bulk tank-pneumatics, lowboys, flats, dumps

Klink Trucking Inc.

Wayne Klink, President

klink@klinktrucking.com

24355 State Road 23

South Bend, IN 46614

klinktrucking.com

P: 574-287-9000; F: 574-287-2300

TRUCKING

Klink Trucking Inc.

Wayne Klink, President

klink@klinktrucking.com

4820 Industrial Road

Fort Wayne, IN 46825

klinktrucking.com

P: 260-482-3474

Liquid Transport Corp.

Dan Grossett, Sales

dgrossett@liquidtransport.com

8470 Allison Pointe Blvd., Ste. 400

Indianapolis, IN 46250

liquidtransport.com

P: 317-841-4200 x269

F: 317-841-8259

Shelby Trucking Inc.

2113 State Road 60 W

Mitchell, IN 47446

P: 812-849-6346 F: 812-849-6501

Slay Transportation Co. Inc.

info@slay.com

1656 E Kitchel Road

Liberty, IN 47353

slay.com

P: 765-458-7447

Superior Carriers Inc.

107 Greenway Ave., Bldg. C

Westville, IN 46391

superior-carriers.com

P: 219-785-4204 F: 219-785-4508

Transmark Logistics

Elvin Knollman, President

eknollman@transmarklogistics.com

1780 S County Road 850 E

Greensburg, IN 47240

transmarklogistics.com

P: 812-663-9400

Fuel and Renewable Energy Transportation

V&S Transport

Douglas B. Vansickle, Vice President

vs.doug@hrtc.net

2236 E 1000 N

Pendleton, IN 46064

P: 317-326-3136; F: 317-326-3080

Hauling of sand, gravel, stone, asphalt & dirt

for the construction industry

Flatbed

Aable Logistics Inc.

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

LOADING, UNLOADING AND

SHIPPING OF BREAK BULK

AND BULK COMMODITIES

TRANSPORTATION TRUCKING Bulk Haul | Flatbed

Lake s & Rivers Transfer

A Division of Jack Gray Transport, Inc.

We operate all year round for all

your import and export needs

via ship, barge, rail, or truck hauling.

PORTAGE LOCATION: 115 Steel Dr - (219) 787-9280

GARY CORPORATE ADDRESS: 4600 E. 15th Ave - (219) 938-7020

JackGray.com

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ADS Logistics Co. LLC

116 E 1100 N

Chesterton, IN 46304

adslogistics.com

P: 219-836-3952

Backhaul Direct LLC

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.

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

Decker Trucking

Tony Russell, COO

info@deckertruckline.com

2907 American Way

Fort Wayne, IN 46809

deckertruckline.com

P: 260-748-4552

Decker Trucking

Tom Walker, Terminal Manager

info@deckertruckline.com

729 131st Pl.

Hammond, IN 46327

deckertruckline.com

P: 219-933-4794

Falcon Transport

Kevin Brown

info@falcontransport.com

2399 E 15th Ave.

Gary, IN 46402

falcontransport.com

P: 219-882-7067; F: 219-881-9348

Fitzmark Inc.

4620 W 84th Street, 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

Gypsum Express Ltd.

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

huffcontractorsinc.com

P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361

Transportation company; standard tandem

axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-gaul 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

ICat Logisitcs

Mike Fitzharris, Agency Owner

mfitzharris@fitztrans.com

6805 Douglass Legum Drive

Elkridge, MD 46241

icatlogistics.com

P: 317-821-2300

Klink Trucking Inc.

Wayne Klink, President

klink@klinktrucking.com

P.O. Box 428

Ashley, IN 46705

klinktrucking.com

P: 260-587-9113; F: 260-587-3237

Bulk tank-pneumatics, lowboys, flats, dumps

Klink Trucking Inc.

Wayne Klink, President

klink@klinktrucking.com

24355 State Road 23

South Bend, IN 46614

klinktrucking.com

P: 574-287-9000; F: 574-287-2300

Klink Trucking Inc.

Wayne Klink, President

klink@klinktrucking.com

4820 Industrial Road

Fort Wayne, IN 46825

klinktrucking.com

P: 260-482-3474

Maverick Transportation, LLC

Steve Swain, Vice President of Sales

sswain@maverickusa.com

5885 Carlson Ave.

Portage, IN 46368

maverickusa.com

P: 866-778-4146

Flatbed & Temperature Controlled OTR /

Regional / Captured Capacity / Dedicated

services

Meyer Trucking Inc.

P.O. Box 158

1409 Lincoln Highway E

New Haven, IN 46774

meyertrucking.com

P: 260-493-3649; F: 260-493-1064

Miller Transfer & Rigging Co.

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

Common carrier, over-dimensional loads,

flatbed trucking

P & C Trucking Enterprises Inc.

Norman L. Brown, General Manager

norm@pctruckinginc.com

4410 S Ross Road

Gary, IN 46408

pctruckinginc.com

P: 219-972-0193; F: 219-972-0208

Dump, flatbed, lowboy

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

Panther Premium Logistics

salessupport@pantherpremium.com

84 Medina Road

Medina, OH 44256

pantherpremium.com

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Expedited ground and air services

Quality Drive-Away Inc.

Devon Bechtel, President

d.bechtel@qualitydriveaway.com

64825 State Road 31

Goshen, IN 46528

qualitydriveaway.com

P: 574-642-4150; F: 574-642-4842

Tow-away & drive-away

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

Robinson + Sons Trucking, Inc.

Brent Robinson, President

brent@robtruck.com

6000 Schenley Pl.

Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

robtruck.com

P: 812-537-7155; F: 812-537-7157

Local Trucking, Long Haul Trucking

Universal

12755 E 9 Mile Road

Warren, MI 48089

goutsi.com

P: 586-920-0100

Vika Logistics Corp

Gustavo Escalante, Business

Development Manager

gustavoe@vikalogisticscorp.com

8850 NW 18th Terrace

Doral, FL 33172

vikalogisticscorp.com

P: 317-445-0994; F: 888-400-7751

Transportation, Trucking Flat Bed

Heavy Haul

Angle Trucking

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

Days Corp.

Ben Reinoehl, General Manager

breinoehl@dayscorp.com

55169 Co. Road 3 N

Elkhart, IN 46515

dayscorp.com

P: 574-264-4121; F: 574-262-3972

Trucking, container service, cargo consultants,

consolidators, custom packaging, export

packing, heavy lifts, load on & load off,

machinery hauling, packing & crating, riggers

Huff Contractors Inc.

Sandra Huff, Treasurer

shuff@huffcontractorsinc.com

2581 Harrison-Brookville Road

West Harrison, IN 47060

huffcontractorsinc.com

P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361

Transportation company; standard tandem

axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-gaul 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.

Kendall Rump

Regional Sales Manager

krump@teamlandstar.com

211 Airport N Office Park

Fort Wayne, IN 46825

teamlandstar.com

P: 260-489-8107; F: 260-489-8120

Warehousing, heavy-haul, LTL, intermodal,

hazmat, air freight

Miller Transfer & Rigging Co.

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

Common carrier, over-dimensional loads,

flatbed trucking

Powersource Transportation, Inc.

Barb Bakos, President

lisa@powersourcetrans.com

2023 N Lafayette Ct.

Griffith, IN 46319

powersourcetrans.com

P: 219-972-8789

trailer delivery and trailer mounted machinery

transport

Universal

12755 E 9 Mile Road

Warren, MI 48089

goutsi.com

P: 586-920-0100

Less-Than-Truckload

ABF Freight System Inc.

customersolutions@arcb.com

1260 Terminal Road

Indianapolis, IN 46217

abf.com

P: 317-788-1591; F: 317-788-0023

Motor carriers, trucking

Backhaul Direct LLC

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.

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

CMW Transport Co. Inc.

David Miller, President

david@cmwtransport.com

220 W Wayne

Kendalville, IN 46755

cmwtransport.com

P: 800-272-8726

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Fitzmark Inc.

4620 W 84th Street, 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

Forward Air Freight

Kyle Rizzo, Area Sales Director

krizzo@forwardair.com

6430 Airway Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46241

forwardair.com

P: 317-856-9274; F: 800-866-4454

Hellmann Worldwide

Jason Younie, District Manager

jason.d.younie@hellman..com

5075 W 74th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46268

hellmann.net

P: 317-471-0949

Container/air freight, NVOCC, truckload, LTL,

foreign trade zone, drawback specialists,

haz. mat., 5000 sq. ft. refrigerated cooler,

QC projects, automotive expertise (HWLUS

automotive HQ)

Huff Contractors Inc.

Sandra Huff, Treasurer

shuff@huffcontractorsinc.com

2581 Harrison-Brookville Road

West Harrison, IN 47060

huffcontractorsinc.com

P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361

Transportation company; standard tandem axle

tractors, 4-axle heavy-gaul 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

ICat Logisitcs

Mike Fitzharris, Agency Owner

mfitzharris@fitztrans.com

6805 Douglass Legum Drive

Elkridge, MD 46241

icatlogistics.com

P: 317-821-2300

KW3 Trucking

Kathleen Hipsher

khipsher@indy.rr.com

925 N County Road 1050 E

Indianapolis, IN 46234

P: 317-426-4223

Intermodal, drop n hook, LTL, expedite,

truckload

Lakeside Logistics Inc.

Kendall Rump

Regional Sales Manager

krump@teamlandstar.com

211 Airport N Office Park

Fort Wayne, IN 46825

teamlandstar.com

P: 260-489-8107; F: 260-489-8120

Warehousing, heavy-haul, LTL, intermodal,

hazmat, air freight

Old Dominion Freight Lines

Michael J. Cooke, Global Sales

Manager - Ohio Valley

Sales@odfl.com

5500 W 47th Street

Chicago, IL 60638

odfl.com

P: 708-548-0179

LTL, freight forwarding, warehousing, airfreight

Ormsby Trucking Inc.

Reg Ormsby, President

nfo@ormtrk.com

888 W Railroad Street

Uniondale, IN 46791

ormtrk.com

P: 260-543-2233; F: 260-543-2842

ProTrans

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

Specialized Transportation Inc. (STI)

5001 US Highway 30 W

Fort Wayne, IN 46818

crst.com

P: 800-234-2788; F: 260-429-3213

Specialized transportation, warehousing and

logistics

Standard Forwarding

Chris Reinhart

Regional Sales Manager

crhart57@gmail.com

6714 Moss Ct.

Indianapolis, IN 46237

standardforwarding.com

P: 317-989-1070

Regional LTL

Venture Logistics

1101 Harding Ct.

Indianapolis, IN 46217

venlog.com

P: 317-787-1101; F: 317-787-1102

YRC

Darren Hawkins, President

darren.hawkins@yrcfreight.com

10990 Roe Ave.

Overland Park, KS 66211

yrcfreight.com

P: 913-344-3464

YRC

Mike Conley, Terminal Manager

mike.conley@yrcfreight.com

426 N 2nd Street

Terre Haute, IN 47807

yrc.com

P: 800-610-6500

National

ABF Freight System Inc.

customersolutions@arcb.com

1260 Terminal Road

Indianapolis, IN 46217

abf.com

P: 317-788-1591 F: 317-788-0023

Motor carriers, trucking

Clearwater Logistics

3726 N Home Street

Mishawaka, IN 46545

clearwaterlogistics.com

P: 574-252-0440; F: 574-252-0444

GA LA Transportation

535 Sky Park Drive NE

Corydon, IN 47112

P: 812-734-1126; F: 812-734-1146

HUFF CONTRACTORS

HAS YOU COVERED

TRANSPORTATION TRUCKING Less-Than-Truckload | National

Founded 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.

Call us for a quote or serviCe

HUFF CONTRACTORS INC.

2581 Harrison-Brookville Road • West Harrison, IN. 47060

812-637-5193

www.huffcontractorsinc.com

We service the i-74 east- and West-bound scales

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Huff Contractors Inc.

Sandra Huff, Treasurer

shuff@huffcontractorsinc.com

2581 Harrison-Brookville Road

West Harrison, IN 47060

huffcontractorsinc.com

P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361

Transportation company; standard tandem

axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-gaul 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

JobsInLogistics.com

JobsInTrucks.com

Sean Horton

Director of Business Development

sean@jobsinlogistics.com

2424 Graysford Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46234

jobsinlogistics.com

P: 317-672-2988; C: 317-657-5311

Customized recruitment solutions for trucking,

distribution and logistics employers.

Keystone Logistics

Kenneth Cubberley, President

Kenc@keystonelogistics.net

1657 Commerce Drive

South Bend, IN 46628

keystonelogistics.net

P: 574-288-5555; F: 574-251-3564

Truck Load carrier, Third Party provider of

transportation Services

Lakeside Logistics Inc.

Kendall Rump

Regional Sales Manager

krump@teamlandstar.com

211 Airport N Office Park

Fort Wayne, IN 46825

teamlandstar.com

P: 260-489-8107; F: 260-489-8120

Warehousing, heavy-haul, LTL, intermodal,

hazmat, air freight

Millenial Transport Services

8311 N Perimeter Road

Indianapolis, IN 46241

millenialtransport.com

P: 317-486-5369; F: 317-454-1383

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

Truckload carrier, expedited service

MyWay Logistics

1300 E 86th Street, Ste. 128

Indianapolis, IN 46240

linkedin.com/company/mywaylogistics-llc

P: 888-557-4213; F: 317-550-1560

Transportation arrangement, logistics services,

freight coordinator

Panther Premium Logistics

salessupport@pantherpremium.com

84 Medina Road

Medina, OH 44256

pantherpremium.com

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Expedited ground and air services

Powersource Transportation, Inc.

Barb Bakos, President

lisa@powersourcetrans.com

2023 N Lafayette Ct.

Griffith, IN 46319

powersourcetrans.com

P: 219-972-8789

trailer delivery and trailer mounted machinery

transport

Robinson + Sons Trucking, Inc.

Brent Robinson, President

brent@robtruck.com

6000 Schenley Pl.

Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

robtruck.com

P: 812-537-7155; F: 812-537-7157

Local Trucking, Long Haul Trucking

United Transport Inc.

3550 179th Street

Hammond, IN 46323

gounitedtransport.com

P: 319-472-1531; F: 219-844-0249

Refrigerated

B & J Trucking Services Inc.

P.O. Box 199

Borden, IN 47106

bjtruck.com

P: 800-433-2861; F: 812-246-2507

Backhaul Direct LLC

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

Decker Trucking

Tony Russell, COO

info@deckertruckline.com

2907 American Way

Fort Wayne, IN 46809

deckertruckline.com

P: 260-748-4552

Decker Trucking

Tom Walker, Terminal Manager

info@deckertruckline.com

729 131st Pl.

Hammond, IN 46327

deckertruckline.com

P: 219-933-4794

Fitzmark Inc.

4620 W 84th Street, 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

246-B America Pl.

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

jawcologistics.com

P: 812-725-9633; F: 812-725-9635

Warehousing, crossdocking, trailer wash-out,

3PL

Keystone Logistics

Kenneth Cubberley, President

Kenc@keystonelogistics.net

1657 Commerce Drive

South Bend, IN 46628

keystonelogistics.net

P: 574-288-5555; F: 574-251-3564

Truck Load carrier, Third Party provider of

transportation Services

Lakeside Logistics Inc.

Kendall Rump

Regional Sales Manager

krump@teamlandstar.com

211 Airport N Office Park

Fort Wayne, IN 46825

teamlandstar.com

P: 260-489-8107; F: 260-489-8120

Warehousing, heavy-haul, LTL, intermodal,

hazmat, air freight

Maverick Transportation, LLC

Steve Swain, Vice President of Sales

sswain@maverickusa.com

5885 Carlson Ave.

Portage, IN 46368

maverickusa.com

P: 866-778-4146

Flatbed & Temperature Controlled OTR /

Regional / Captured Capacity / Dedicated

services

Panther Premium Logistics

salessupport@pantherpremium.com

84 Medina Road

Medina, OH 44256

pantherpremium.com

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Expedited ground and air services

Ravens Trucking Inc.

Glenn Ravens, President

aalt@ravenstrucking.com

301 N 7th Street

Kentland, IN 47951

ravenstrucking.com

P: 800-358-8340

Robinson + Sons Trucking, Inc.

Brent Robinson, President

brent@robtruck.com

6000 Schenley Pl.

Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

robtruck.com

P: 812-537-7155; F: 812-537-7157

Local Trucking, Long Haul Trucking

Summitt Trucking

cs@summitt.com

1800 Progress Way

Clarksville, IN 47129

summittrucking.com

P: 812-285-7777; F: 812-285-8949

Regional

ABF Freight System Inc.

customersolutions@arcb.com

1260 Terminal Road

Indianapolis, IN 46217

abf.com

P: 317-788-1591; F: 317-788-0023

Motor carriers, trucking

Ashley Transport

P.O. Box 40

Ashley, IN 46705

P: 260-475-5701; F: 260-475-1679

B & P Trucking, Inc.

Paul Harrell, Owner

bandptrk@embarqmail.com

12980 Michigan Road

Plymouth, IN 46563

P: 574-936-691; F: 574-936-6963

General freight and Agricultural Commodities

Backhaul Direct LLC

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.

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

Best Way Express Inc.

Eli McCormick, President and Chief

Executive Officer

eli.mccormick@bestwayexpress.com

PO Box 728

Vincennes, IN 47591

bestwayexpress.com

P: 800-777-4668; F: 812-885-2327

Full truckload, dry van service, 3PL and

Logistics service

GA LA Transportation

535 Sky Park Drive NE

Corydon, IN 47112

P: 812-734-1126; F: 812-734-1146

ICat Logisitcs

Mike Fitzharris, Agency Owner

mfitzharris@fitztrans.com

6805 Douglass Legum Drive

Elkridge, MD 46241

icatlogistics.com

P: 317-821-2300

JobsInLogistics.com

JobsInTrucks.com

Sean Horton

Director of Business Development

sean@jobsinlogistics.com

2424 Graysford Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46234

jobsinlogistics.com

P: 317-672-2988; C: 317-657-5311

Customized recruitment solutions for trucking,

distribution and logistics employers.

Keystone Logistics

Kenneth Cubberley, President

Kenc@keystonelogistics.net

1657 Commerce Drive

South Bend, IN 46628

keystonelogistics.net

P: 574-288-5555; F: 574-251-3564

Truck Load carrier, Third Party provider of

transportation Services

Magnum Logistics

logistics@gomagnum.com

1540 Perry Road

Plainfield, IN 46168

gomagnum.com

P: 317-791-2100; F: 317-791-2121

Dedicated trucking, spotting, local shuttles,

freight management

Millenial Transport Services

8311 N Perimeter Road

Indianapolis, IN 46241

millenialtransport.com

P: 317-486-5369; F: 317-454-1383

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OJC Trucking

530 E 300 S

Hartford City, IN 47348

ojctrucking.com

P: 765-348-3970

P&B Trucking Inc.

Bob Knous, President

bob@pbtrucking.com

2203 Patterson Street

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 Premium Logistics

salessupport@pantherpremium.com

84 Medina Road

Medina, OH 44256

pantherpremium.com

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Expedited ground and air services

Perfect Transportation

450 W 16th Pl.

Indianapolis, IN 46202

perfecttransportation.com

P: 888-553-5559; F: 317-924-6309

For hire carrier

Pro Fleet Transport Corp.

Chris Wood, President

cwood@profleet.com

601 Middleton Run Road

Elkhart, IN 46514

profleet.com

P: 574-522-4415; F: 574-522-1174

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

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

Transmark Logistics

Elvin Knollman, President

eknollman@transmarklogistics.com

1780 S County Road 850 E

Greensburg, IN 47240

transmarklogistics.com

P: 812-663-9400

Fuel and Renewable Energy Transportation

Troy Sparks Trucking Inc.

Troy Sparks, Owner

troysparkstrucking@frontier.com

910 W Melbourne Ave.

Logansport, IN 46947

P: 574-735-0159; F: 574-722-2890

Universal

12755 E 9 Mile Road

Warren, MI 48089

goutsi.com

P: 586-920-0100

Venture Logistics

Tom Padgett, General Manager

tpadgett@venturelogisitics.com

1101 Harding Court

Indianapolis, IN 46217

venturelogistics.com

P: 317-787-1101; F: 317-879-3901

Van, reefer, short haul services, regional,

dedicated direct

Verst Group Logistics

Mark A. Andrews, Vice President,

Sales & Marketing

sales@verstgroup.com

300 Shorland Drive

Walton, KY 41094

verstgroup.com

P: 859-379-1288, Ext. 1104 ; F: 859-379-1289

Specialized

Atlas Van Lines Agent Imlach

Rob Woodruff, General Manager

rwoodruff@guardianrelocation.com

1113 S Franklin Road

Indianapolis, IN 46239

guardianrelocation.com

P: (317) 356-0971; F: 260-483-6292

B & P Trucking, Inc.

Paul Harrell, Owner

bandptrk@embarqmail.com

12980 Michigan Road

Plymouth, IN 46563

P: 574-936-6917; F: 574-936-6963

General freight and Agricultural Commodities

River Ridge Commerce Center

Indiana’s 6,000 Acre Crown Jewel

Established

Industrial Park

Enhanced Logistics with

NEW Lewis & Clark Bridge

TRANSPORTATION TRUCKING Regional | Specialized

Robinson + Sons Trucking, Inc.

Brent Robinson, President

brent@robtruck.com

6000 Schenley Pl.

Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

robtruck.com

P: 812-537-7155; F: 812-537-7157

Local Trucking, Long Haul Trucking

Megasite

Research Campus

Ryki Logistics Agents Horizon

Freight System

Craig Newlin, President

cnewlin@rykilogistics.com

2346 S Lynhurst Drive, Ste. C 201C

Indianapolis, IN 46241

horizonfreightsystem.com

P: 317-271-9311; F: 317-288-0794

Intermodal Transportation Service

Special Dispatch

3560 Developers Road

Indianapolis, IN 46227

specialdispatchinc.com

P: 317-787-0608; F: 317-791-2760

Courier/delivery since 1965; offering 1hr, 2hr

& same-day service; on-demand box truck

& tractor-trailer; warehouse & cross-dock

service; hazmat and TSA certified; open

24/7-365

The Gateway to Economic Development in Southern Indiana

• Located in Louisville, Kentucky metro area with access to I-265, I-65, I-64 & I-71

• Minutes away from UPS Worldport at Louisville International Airport • CSX

railroad connection via Mid-American Rail Services • U.S. Foreign Trade Zone &

Indiana Urban Enterprise Zone

For more information regarding opportunities at River Ridge Commerce Center

812-285-8979 l dustin@riverridgecc.com

RiverRidgecc.com

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Specialized | Trucking Services TRUCKING TRANSPORTATION

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; Wa

Cardinal Transport

Bert Schaffer, Vice President

schafferb@cardinaltransport.com

3680 W 179th Street

Hammond, IN 46323

cardinaltransport.com

P: 800-888-4995; F: 219-845-5848

Commercial-Works

Brad Willy, Regional Vice President

bwilly@commercial-works.com

255 S Post Road

Indianapolis, IN 46219

commercial-works.com

P: 317-895-9202; F: 317-890-6020

Business relocation: plan, furnish, move,

manage

Days Corp.

Ben Reinoehl, General Manager

breinoehl@dayscorp.com

55169 Co. Road 3 N

Elkhart, IN 46515

dayscorp.com

P: 574-264-4121; F: 574-262-3972

Trucking, container service, cargo consultants,

consolidators, custom packaging, export

packing, heavy lifts, load on & load off,

machinery hauling, packing & crating, riggers

Dennis Trucking Co. Inc.

Dave Toffolo,

djt@dennistrucking.com

2900 N 25th Street

Terre Haute, IN 47804

dennistrucking.com

P: 812-466-4271; F: 812-466-4974

E.H. Hamilton Trucking

John Hamilton, Owner

johnh@ehhtrucking.com

P.O. Box 885

Jasper, IN 47547

ehhtrucking.com

P: 812-634-9366; F: 812-634-9676

FedEx Ground

5153 Maritime Road

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

fedex.com

P: 812-218-0781

FedEx Home

1202 Port Road

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

fedex.com

P: 812-288-2915

Grammer Industries Inc.

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

huffcontractorsinc.com

P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361

Transportation company; standard tandem

axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-gaul 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

J.E.T. Transit Inc.

6400 E Industrial Lane

Leavenworth, IN 47137

jasperengines.com

P: 812-482-1040

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

Jet Star Inc.

Darryl Guiducci, CEO

dlguiducci@jetstarinc.com

10825 Andrade Drive

Zionsville, IN 46077

jetstarinc.com

P: 317-873-4222; F: 317-873-4361

Transports jet fuel, aviation gas, diesel,

gasoline, ethanol & lube oil

Mamo Transportation

Tina Hill

Vice President of Operations

thill@mamotransportation.com

P.O. Box 40; 1247 3rd Street

Osceola, IN 46561

mamotransportation.com

P: 888-668-6885; F: 877-727-5814

Drive-away commercial truck delivery

P & C Trucking Enterprises Inc.

Norman L. Brown, General Manager

norm@pctruckinginc.com

4410 S Ross Road

Gary, IN 46408

pctruckinginc.com

P: 219-972-0193; F: 219-972-0208

Dump, flatbed, lowboy

Panther Premium Logistics

salessupport@pantherpremium.com

84 Medina Road

Medina, OH 44256

pantherpremium.com

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Expedited ground and air services

Poindexter Transport Inc.

Matt Clark, Dispatch Manager

mattclark4@gmail.com

P.O. Box 36399

Indianapolis, IN 46236

P: 317-823-4372; F: 317-826-5535

Powersource Transportation, Inc.

Barb Bakos, President

lisa@powersourcetrans.com

2023 N Lafayette Ct.

Griffith, IN 46319

powersourcetrans.com

P: 219-972-8789

trailer delivery and trailer mounted machinery

transport

Quality Drive-Away Inc.

Devon Bechtel, President

d.bechtel@qualitydriveaway.com

64825 State Road 31

Goshen, IN 46528

qualitydriveaway.com

P: 574-642-4150; F: 574-642-4842

Tow-away & drive-away

RAF Transport Inc.

6874 N Base Road

Seymour, IN 47274

roseacre.com

P: 812-497-2557

Reindeer Auto Relocation

Katie Weissert

Client Services Manager

logistics@reindeerauto.com

5100 Charles Court

Zionsville, IN 46077

reindeerauto.com

P: 800-548-8330; F: 317-299-3099

Riverton Truckers

Greg Grenon, Operations Manager

rivertontruckers@rivertontruckers.com

6211 Gheens Mill Road

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

rivertontruckers.com

P: 812-284-1515; F: 812-283-8822

Dump trucks, bulk tanker, lowboy

Rynn Transportation Inc.

Todd Rynn, Owner

toddrynn@rynntran.com

1776 Lammers Pike

Batesville, IN 47006

rynntran.com

P: 812-934-2242; F: 812-933-0782

Specialized Transportation Inc. (STI)

5001 US Highway 30 W

Fort Wayne, IN 46818

crst.com

P: 800-234-2788; F: 260-429-3213

Specialized transportation, warehousing and

logistics

Steel Transport Inc.

6701 Melton Road

Gary, IN 46403

P: 219-939-3000; F: 219-939-3020

Superior Carriers Inc.

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

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

Thornburg Brothers Trucking

6860 S 900 W

Modoc, IN 47358

P: 765-853-5687; F: 765-853-9959

Transmark Logistics

Elvin Knollman, President

eknollman@transmarklogistics.com

1780 S County Road 850 E

Greensburg, IN 47240

transmarklogistics.com

P: 812-663-9400

Fuel and Renewable Energy Transportation

Transport Inc.

contact@transportinc.biz

8516 W Washington Street

Indianapolis, IN 46231

transportinc.biz

P: 317-244-2366; F: 317-390-5444

Full service mobile home transportation

V&S Transport

Douglas B. Vansickle, Vice President

vs.doug@hrtc.net

2236 E 1000 N

Pendleton, IN 46064

P: 317-326-3136; F: 317-326-3080

Hauling of sand, gravel, stone, asphalt & dirt

for the construction industry

Worldwide Freight Carrier

2515 Bendix Drive, Ste. 305

South Bend, IN 46628

worldwidefreight.com

P: 800-810-2528; F: 574-271-9261

Yes Freight

P.O. Box 20685

Indianapolis, IN 46220

yesfreight.com

P: 317-997-3672; F: 251-252-1654

Trucking Services

Accuride Corp.

Brett Roache, Logistics Manager

purchasing@accuridecorp.com

7140 Office Cir.

Evansville, IN 47715

accuridecorp.com

P: 812-962-5100

Commercial vehicle component manufacturer

B & P Trucking, Inc.

Paul Harrell, Owner

bandptrk@embarqmail.com

12980 Michigan Road

Plymouth, IN 46563

P: 574-936-6917; F: 574-936-6963

General freight and Agricultural Commodities

Best Way Express Inc.

Eli McCormick, President and Chief

Executive Officer

eli.mccormick@bestwayexpress.com

PO Box 728

Vincennes, IN 47591

bestwayexpress.com

P: 800-777-4668; F: 812-885-2327

Full truckload, dry van service, 3PL and

Logistics service

Central States Trucking

Susan Mahan, Terminal Manager

smahan@cstruck.com

6107 S Indianapolis Road

Whitestown, IN 46075

cstruck.com

P: 317-769-5973

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ContainerPort Group Inc.

Jonathan Ubran, Regional Manager -

Business Development,

Midwest Region

jonathan.urban@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

Belinda Puetz, Brand Manager

belinda.puetz@countrymark.com

225 S East Street, 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

huffcontractorsinc.com

P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361

Transportation company; standard tandem

axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-gaul 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

JobsInLogistics.com

JobsInTrucks.com

Sean Horton

Director of Business Development

sean@jobsinlogistics.com

2424 Graysford Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46234

jobsinlogistics.com

P: 317-672-2988; C: 317-657-5311

Customized recruitment solutions for trucking,

distribution and logistics employers.

Keystone Logistics

Kenneth Cubberley, President

Kenc@keystonelogistics.net

1657 Commerce Drive

South Bend, IN 46628

keystonelogistics.net

P: 574-288-5555; F: 574-251-3564

Truck Load carrier, Third Party provider of

transportation Services

Langham Logistics

Cathy Langham, President & CEO

cathylangham@elangham.com

5335 W 74th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46268

elangham.com

P: 855-214-2844; F: 317-290-0321

Full-service provider of transportation,

warehousing, fulfillment & freightmanagement

solutions

Maverick Transportation, LLC

Steve Swain, Vice President of Sales

sswain@maverickusa.com

5885 Carlson Ave.

Portage, IN 46368

maverickusa.com

P: 866-778-4146

Flatbed & Temperature Controlled OTR /

Regional / Captured Capacity / Dedicated

services

Panther Premium Logistics

salessupport@pantherpremium.com

84 Medina Road

Medina, OH 44256

pantherpremium.com

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Expedited ground and air services

Powersource Transportation, Inc.

Barb Bakos, President

lisa@powersourcetrans.com

2023 N Lafayette Ct.

Griffith, IN 46319

powersourcetrans.com

P: 219-972-8789

trailer delivery and trailer mounted machinery

transport

Robinson + Sons Trucking, Inc.

Brent Robinson, President

brent@robtruck.com

6000 Schenley Pl.

Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

robtruck.com

P: 812-537-7155; F: 812-537-7157

Local Trucking, Long Haul Trucking

ADS Logistics Co, LLC

AREA Transportation and Roll & Hold Warehousing

We are a premier logistics provider specializing in the metals industry.

Our asset based trucking division is made up of 275 trucks servicing 48 states.

ISO 9001:2008 certified to meet automotive industry requirements.

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

Team Worldwide Global Logistics

Briyin Butgereit, Vice-President

Global Solutions

briyin.butgereit@teamww.com;

briyin.butgereit@gmail.com

teamww.com

P: 866-442-6160; C: 616-890-8071

Truckload

AJP LLC

803 Logan Street

Goshen, IN 46528

brunk-ajp.com

P: 800-227-4156; F: 574-533-0614

Atlas Van Lines Agent Imlach

Rob Woodruff, General Manager

rwoodruff@guardianrelocation.com

1113 S Franklin Road

Indianapolis, IN 46239

guardianrelocation.com

P: (317) 356-0971; F: 260-483-6292

B & P Trucking, Inc.

Paul Harrell, Owner

bandptrk@embarqmail.com

12980 Michigan Road

Plymouth, IN 46563

P: 574-936-6917; F: 574-936-6963

General freight and Agricultural Commodities

TRANSPORTATION TRUCKING Trucking Services | Truckload

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Contact our sales team at pricing@adslogistics.com for more information

AREA Transportation

116 East 1100 North

Chesterton, IN 46304

800-332-0920

Roll & Hold Warehousing

725 George Nelson Drive

Portage, IN 46368

219-787-6223

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Truckload TRUCKING TRANSPORTATION

Backhaul Direct LLC

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

Best Way Express Inc.

Eli McCormick, President and Chief

Executive Officer

eli.mccormick@bestwayexpress.com

PO Box 728

Vincennes, IN 47591

bestwayexpress.com

P: 800-777-4668; F: 812-885-2327

Full truckload, dry van service, 3PL and

Logistics service

C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc.

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

Celadon Group Inc.

Nathan Roberts, Division President

of Sales

nroberts@celadontrucking.com

9503 E 33rd Street

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

9503 E 33rd Street

Indianapolis, IN 46235

celadonlogistics.com

P: 800-235-2366

FTL (U.S., Canada, Mexico), LTL consolidation,

warehousing, brokerage, customized 3PL

services

CMC Transport

John Cannon

jcannon@cannoncmc.com

P.O. Box 47

Sharpsville, IN 46068

cannoncmc.com

P: 765-963-5631; F: 765-963-3164

Fitzmark Inc.

4620 W 84th Street, 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

Forward Air Freight

Kyle Rizzo, Area Sales Director

krizzo@forwardair.com

6430 Airway Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46241

forwardair.com

P: 317-856-9274; F: 800-866-4454

Hellmann Worldwide

Jason Younie, District Manager

jason.d.younie@hellman..com

5075 W 74th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46268

hellmann.net

P: 317-471-0949

Container/air freight, NVOCC, truckload, LTL,

foreign trade zone, drawback specialists,

haz. mat., 5000 sq. ft. refrigerated cooler,

QC projects, automotive expertise (HWLUS

automotive HQ)

Huff Contractors Inc.

Sandra Huff, Treasurer

shuff@huffcontractorsinc.com

2581 Harrison-Brookville Road

West Harrison, IN 47060

huffcontractorsinc.com

P: 812-637-5193; F: 812-637-5361

Transportation company; standard tandem

axle tractors, 4-axle heavy-gaul 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

246-B America Pl.

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

jawcologistics.com

P: 812-725-9633; F: 812-725-9635

Warehousing, crossdocking, trailer wash-out,

3PL

Keystone Logistics

Kenneth Cubberley, President

Kenc@keystonelogistics.net

1657 Commerce Drive

South Bend, IN 46628

keystonelogistics.net

P: 574-288-5555; F: 574-251-3564

Truck Load carrier, Third Party provider of

transportation Services

Koch Companies

Jeff Parish

jeff.parish@kochcompanies.com

16067 Symphony Blvd.

Noblesville, IN 46060

kochcompanies.com

P: 317-770-1230

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

KW3 Trucking

Kathleen Hipsher

khipsher@indy.rr.com

925 N County Road 1050 E

Indianapolis, IN 46234

P: 317-426-4223

Intermodal, drop n hook, LTL, expedite,

truckload

Lakeside Logistics Inc.

Kendall Rump

Regional Sales Manager

krump@teamlandstar.com

211 Airport N Office Park

Fort Wayne, IN 46825

teamlandstar.com

P: 260-489-8107; F: 260-489-8120

Warehousing, heavy-haul, LTL, intermodal,

hazmat, air freight

M&M Transport Services

Norm Brennan

Senior Logistics Manager

norm@mmtransport.com

7035 E 30th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46219

mmtransport.com

P: 317-610-4359; C: 317-716-7104

F: 317-351-1507

Specializes in dedicated work including yard

spotters

Maverick Transportation, LLC

Steve Swain, Vice President of Sales

sswain@maverickusa.com

5885 Carlson Ave.

Portage, IN 46368

maverickusa.com

P: 866-778-4146

Flatbed & Temperature Controlled OTR /

Regional / Captured Capacity / Dedicated

services

Millenial Transport Services

8311 N Perimeter Road

Indianapolis, IN 46241

millenialtransport.com

P: 317-486-5369; F: 317-454-1383

Mister “P” Express Inc.

801 Trey Street

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

Truckload carrier, expedited service

Ormsby Trucking Inc.

Reg Ormsby, President

nfo@ormtrk.com

888 W Railroad Street

Uniondale, IN 46791

ormtrk.com

P: 260-543-2233; F: 260-543-2842

Panther Premium Logistics

salessupport@pantherpremium.com

84 Medina Road

Medina, OH 44256

pantherpremium.com

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Expedited ground and air services

Pegasus Transportation

Chris Stevenson, Sales Manager

tstevenson@crst.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

Powersource Transportation, Inc.

Barb Bakos, President

lisa@powersourcetrans.com

2023 N Lafayette Ct.

Griffith, IN 46319

powersourcetrans.com

P: 219-972-8789

trailer delivery and trailer mounted machinery

transport

Ranger Enterprises LLC

2060 First Ave.

Seymour, IN 47274

P: 812-522-6000

ranger3pl.com

Logistics and freight brokering

Robinson + Sons Trucking, Inc.

Brent Robinson, President

brent@robtruck.com

6000 Schenley Pl.

Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

robtruck.com

P: 812-537-7155; F: 812-537-7157

Local Trucking, Long Haul Trucking

Specialized Transportation Inc. (STI)

5001 US Highway 30 W

Fort Wayne, IN 46818

crst.com

P: 800-234-2788; F: 260-429-3213

Specialized transportation, warehousing and

logistics

Summitt Trucking

cs@summitt.com

1800 Progress Way

Clarksville, IN 47129

summittrucking.com

P: 812-285-7777; F: 812-285-8949

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; drayage

United Transport Inc.

3550 179th Street

Hammond, IN 46323

gounitedtransport.com

P: 319-472-1531; F: 219-844-0249

Venture Logistics

1101 Harding Ct.

Indianapolis, IN 46217

venlog.com

P: 317-787-1101; F: 317-787-1102

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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, Indiana’s logistics

industry offers a variety of valuable freight services.

Distribution Centers

Consolidated Terminals & Logistics Co.

P.O. Box 548, 2801 Bluff Road

Mount Vernon, IN 47620

ctlconline.com

P: 812-449-0129; F: 812-838-2572

General cargo terminal & logistics

Consolidated Terminals & Logistics Co.

5143 Port Road

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

ctlconline.com

P: 812-218-1328

General cargo terminal & logistics

Corporate Services

Robert Wozny, Owner

sales@corporatesvcs.net

5681 W Cleveland Road

South Bend, IN 46628

P: 574-271-2055

Creative Converting

Michael Cabanaugh

Vice President, Marketing

michael.cabanaugh@

creativeconverting.com

2525 N Shadeland Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46219

creativeconverting.com

P: 317-353-0168; F: 317-375-4607

Crop Production Services

2900 Bluff Road

Mount Vernon, IN 47620

P: 812-838-4533; F: 812-838-2650

Crown Lift

04580@crown.com

7640 Moller Road

Indianapolis, IN 46268

crown.com

P: 317-875-7233

Material handling services

Darlington

Phil Hockemeyer, Owner

customerservice@darligntonsnacks.com

8001 E 196th Street

Noblesville, IN 46062

darlingtonsnacks.com

P: 317-578-3647

Dunham’s Atheleisure Corp.

255 S 600 E

Marion, IN 46953

P: 765-651-6315; F: 765-651-6321

Eli Lilly & Co.

Lilly Corporate Center

Indianapolis, IN 46285

lilly.com

P: 317-433-7529; F: 317-277-2837

Epoch Distributors

1434 Portage Ave.

South Bend, IN 46616

P: 574-233-1200

Federal Mogul

Devin Muilman, Director

devin.muilman@federalmogul.com

8325 N Norfolk Street, Park 100

Indianapolis, IN 46268

fmo.com

P: 317-228-5300

Automotive parts distribution

Frick Services Inc.

Jeffery Harper, Terminal Manager

jharper@frickservices.com

800 Sun Drive

Portage, IN 46367

frickservices.com

P: 219-787-9475

Dry/liquid bulk commodity storage/distribution

Frontier Paper

James Branham, President

mail@frontierpaperco.com

4750 Kentucky Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46221

frontierpaperco.com

P: 317-821-3624; F: 317-837-0568

GAF Materials Corp.

technicalquestions@gaf.com

505 N Roeske Ave.

Michigan City, IN 46360

gaf.com

P: 219-872-1111; F: 219-878-9747

Glenrock Co.

Darryl Bailey, Indy Branch Manager

dbailey@glenrockcompany.com

4330 Hull Street, #300

Indianapolis, IN 46226

glenrockcompany.com

P: 317-542-8400; F: 317-873-8974

Gustave A. Larson Company

distribution@galarson.com

6751 E 30th Street, Ste. C-D

Indianapolis, IN 46219

galarson.com

P: 317-541-8335

Homegoods Distribution Center

850 Northfield Drive

Brownsburg, IN 46112

tjx.com

P: 317-858-6804; F: 317-858-6847

Freight services

Indianapolis Industrial Center

3000 S Shelby Street

Office - 1414 S West Street

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 re-load

services.

IOM Grain

974 E 100 N

Portland, IN 47371

iomgrain.com

P: 260-726-6224; F: 260-726-6225

J.E.T. Transit Inc.

6400 E Industrial Lane

Leavenworth, IN 47137

jasperengines.com

P: 812-482-1040

Johnco Distributing Inc.

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

491 W Muskegon Drive

Greenfield, IN 46140

kipptoys.com

P: 800-428-1153; F: 800-832-5477

Mahomed Sales & Warehousing

Yousuf Mahomed, Owner

ymahomed@whse.com

8258 Zionsville Road

Indianapolis, IN 46268

whse.com

P: 317-472-5800; F: 317-572-5801

Machining & assembly product distribution

Merchandise Warehouse

1414 S W Street

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

Nice-Pak Products Inc.

381 Airtech Parkway

Plainfield, IN 46168

nicepak.com

P: 317-837-5055

Novelty Inc.

351 W Muskegon Drive

Greenfield, IN 46140

noveltyinc.com

P: 317-462-3121; F: 317-492-8668

Ryerson

Scott Gretz, General Manager

scott.gretz@ryerson

3334 Rand Road

Indianapolis, IN 46241

ryerson.com

P: 317-243-7351; F: 317-243-7357

Sherwin Industries Inc.

Stuart Warner, Sales Rep.

swarner@sherwinindustries.com

Fishers, IN

sherwinindustries.com

P: 317-691-5618; F: 317-773-1689

Distribution of pavement, maintenance,

equipment, supplies, safety products

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Silver Foam Distribtuing Co.

Andrew Manville, General Manager

amanville@silverfoamdist.com

5918 E 34th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46218

P: 317-986-6931; C: 317-502-5233

Silver Foam Distributing is a full service

Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) warehouse. We offer

complete FTZ, warehouse, and transportation

services.

Solas Ray Lighting

Bill Nagengast, COO

bill@continentalinc.com

1524 Jackson Street

Anderson, IN 46016

solasray.com

P: 765-778-9999; F: 765-622-0697

LED lighting, global lighting component

sourcing, USA assembly & testing

Spot Freight

Anthony Bova, EVP

abova@spotinc.com

141 S Meridian Street, Ste. 200

Indianapolis, IN 46225

spotmyfreight.com

P: 866-971-7768; C: 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

Freight brokerage

Tierney Industrial Warehouse

Timothy J. Tierney, President

info@tierneywarehouse.com

P.O. Box 442

Logansport, IN 46947

tierneywarehouse.com

P: 574-722-6160; F: 574-722-1124

Tri-County Agronomics

1711 Bluff Road

Mount Vernon, IN 47620

liquidnpk.com

P: 812-838-1755; F: 812-838-1759

Liquid fertilizer, pesticide, herbicide blending

United States Postal Service

Vaughn Broadnax

Senior Sales Executive

vaughn.m.broadnax@usps.gov

3939 Vincennes Road

Indianapolis, IN 46268

usps.com

P: 317-870-8200

We provide highly competitive small package

shipping options for both domestic and

international destinations.

Vitran

webmaster@vitran.com

P.O. Box 7004, 6500 E 30th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46219

vitran.com

P: 317-803-6400; F: 317-543-1228

Freight services & distribution solutions

Zink Distributing Inc.

James C. Zink, President

daveodum@zinkdistributing.com

3150 Shelby Street

Indianapolis, IN 46227

zinkdistributing.com

P: 317-781-5800; F: 317-781-5810

Freight Forwarding/

Customs House Brokers

Backhaul Direct LLC

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; Wa

C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc.

2655 Fortune Circle W, Ste. D

Indianapolis, IN 46241

chrobinson.com

P: 317-241-2100; F: 317-241-4844

Freight forwarder

CEVA Logistics

Jason Brackett, Admin Manager

jason.brackett@cevalogistics.com

2151 Airwest Blvd.

Plainfield, IN 46168

cevalogistics.com

P: 317-837-5700; F: 317-837-5789

Chicago South Shore

& South Bend Railroad

Todd Bjornstad, President

tbjornstad@anacostia.com

505 N Carroll Ave.

Michigan City, IN 46360

anacostia.com

P: 219-214-4275

Shortline Railroad responsible for moving

over 50,000 carloads annually for various

customers in Northwest Indiana.

CJ International Inc.

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

CJ International Inc.

2346 S Lynhurst Drive, Ste. 703

Indianapolis, IN 46241

cjinternational.com

P: 317-241-8345; F: 317-241-8353

Fireworks, consular document preparation,

cargo & marine insurance, consolidators,

customs bonds, drayage, expedited shipments,

export packing, international air traffic

association, packing & crating, storage, CTPAT

Fischer International Forwarders, Inc.

Rikitta Zimmerman, CEO

fischerinternational@

fischerinternationalusa.com

999 E Touhy Ave., Suite 465

Des Plaines, IL 60018

fisherinternational.us

P: 800-526-8943; F: 847-296-0868

International heavy lift, customs brokerage,

C-TPAT, IATA agent

Fitzharris Enterprises, Inc.

Mike Fitzharris, President

mfitzharris@fitztrans.com

4018 S High School Rd

Indianapolis, IN 46241

P: 800-521-8302; C: 317-821-2301

F: 317-821-2319

JAS Worldwide

Chris Harris

Business Development Manager

chris.harris@jas.com

1759 Linneman Road

Mount Prospect, IL 60056

jas.com

P: 312-982-1212

Global freight forwarder

Kintetsu World Express (U.S.A.) Inc.

13295 Illinois Street, Ste. 124

Carmel, IN 46032

P: 317-566-9911; F: 317-566-9933

Air freight forwarder

MLT Providers

Tom Moore, Vice President

tom@mltpro.com

103 E Indiana Ave., Ste. A

Valparaiso, IN 46383

mltpro.com

P: 888-999-7515 ext. 6202

F: 219-465-5188

Power Only, Drayage, Dedicated lanes,

Flatbeds, Step Decks, FTL/LTL, OD/OW Moves.

Inter modal

Old Dominion Freight Lines

Michael J. Cooke

Global Sales Manager - Ohio Valley

Sales@odfl.com

5500 W 47th Street

Chicago, IL 60638

odfl.com

P: 708-548-0179

LTL, freight forwarding, warehousing, airfreight

Panther Premium Logistics

salessupport@pantherpremium.com

84 Medina Road

Medina, OH 44256

pantherpremium.com

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Expedited ground and air services

RJM Logistics, Inc.

John Boone, President

Johnboone@rjmlogistics.com

6726 Troon Way

Indianapolis, IN 46237

rjmlogistics.com

P: 317-803-2369; C: 317-502-8989

F: 317-244-2609

Semi-Flatbed, Semi-Specialty Equipment,

Straight Truck with Lift Gate, Freight

Arrangement, Project Cargo, Next Flight Out,

Cargo Vans, Sprinters, Straight Truck with Lift

Gate, Warehousing

SBT Agent DLS Worldwide

Joe Wilson, President

jwilson@freight101.com

332 W US Highway 30, Ste. B

Valparaiso, IN 46385

freight101.com

P: 888-368-6022 Ext. 212

F: 219-286-7099

Less than Truckload, Truckload service, Air

Freight and Tradeshow shipping

SEKO Logistics

hello@sekologistics.com

1301 Perry Road

Plainfield, IN 46168

sekoworldwide.com

P: 317-838-8700; F: 317-837-3777

Spot Freight

Anthony Bova, EVP

abova@spotinc.com

141 S Meridian Street, Suite 200

Indianapolis, IN 46225

spotmyfreight.com

P: 866-971-7768; C: 317-418-2168;

F: 317-635-6357

TMS (Transportation Management System):

Global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

TOC Logistics International LLC

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

7125 W Morris Street

Indianapolis, IN 46241

ups-scs.com

P: 317-468-3701

WWLALS (Wallenius Wilhelmsen

Logistics Abnormal Load Services)

UK International Limited

1501 Hedon Road, Kingston upon Hull

East Riding of Yorkshire, HU9 5NX, UK

wwlals.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

Heavy Lift/Haulage

Fischer International Forwarders, Inc.

Rikitta Zimmerman, CEO

fischerinternational@

fischerinternationalusa.com

999 E Touhy Ave., Ste. 465

Des Plaines, IL 60018

fisherinternational.us

P: 800-526-8943; F: 847-296-0868

International heavy lift, customs brokerage,

C-TPAT, IATA agent

MLT Providers

Tom Moore, Vice President

tom@mltpro.com

103 E Indiana Ave., Ste. A

Valparaiso, IN 46383

mltpro.com

P: 888-999-7515 ext. 6202

F: 219-465-5188

Power Only, Drayage, Dedicated lanes,

Flatbeds, Step Decks, FTL/LTL, OD/OW Moves.

Inter modal

North American Crane

Jason Albertson, Vice President

jr@nacranecert.com

2138 W Main Ave.

West Fargo, ND 58078

nacranecert.com

P: 701-412-7727

RJM Logistics, Inc.

John Boone, President

Johnboone@rjmlogistics.com

6726 Troon Way

Indianapolis, IN 46237

rjmlogistics.com

P: 317-803-2369; C: 317-502-8989

F: 317-244-2609

Semi-Flatbed, Semi-Specialty Equipment,

Straight Truck with Lift Gate, Freight

Arrangement, Project Cargo, Next Flight Out,

Cargo Vans, Sprinters, Straight Truck with Lift

Gate, Warehousing

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Spot Freight

Anthony Bova, EVP

abova@spotinc.com

141 S Meridian Street, Suite 200

Indianapolis, IN 46225

spotmyfreight.com

P: 866-971-7768; C: 317-418-2168

F: 317-635-6357

TMS (Transportation Management System):

Global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Whitewater Freight Inc.

Bill Bochkay, Sales Manager

shirley@whitewaterfreight.com

9 Harrison Brookville Road

West Harrison, IN 47060

whitewaterfreight.com

P: 812-637-1720

48 state, and canada brokerage services

scheduled delivery

WWLALS (Wallenius Wilhelmsen

Logistics Abnormal Load Services)

UK International Limited

1501 Hedon Road, Kingston upon Hull

East Riding of Yorkshire, HU9 5NX, UK

wwlals.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

7PSolutions

Jeff Clark, CEO

jclark@7pgps.com

136 N Van Buren Street

Nashville, IN 47448

7pgps.com

P: 812-988-4430; C: 317-410-9498

GPS monitoring, cargo security, climate

control, fleet management, food and

pharmaceutical comliance

Emergency Radio Service

P.O. Box 110

Ligonier, IN 46767

ers2way.com

P: 260-894-4145; F: 260-894-7581

Wireless voice & data, inventory management,

mobile computing

ERS - OCI

info@ers-oci.com

1815 21st Street

Columbus, IN 47201

ers-oci.com

P: 812-376-9652; F: 812-376-9729

Wireless, broadband and nationwide

communications

Expedient Data Centers

701 Congressional Blvd.

Carmel, IN 46032

expedient.com

P: 317-805-3750; F: 317-805-3757

IT colocation, cloud hosting, managed

services

BEHIND EVERY TRAIN IS

A PARTNERSHIP

FOR SUCCESS.

Serving America’s ports and the shippers who

use them takes more than just rails and the right

equipment. It takes an unwavering commitment to

knowing our customers, understanding their needs,

and delivering safe, efficient service you can count

on. At Norfolk Southern, we handle hundreds of

products from machinery, cars, and intermodal

containers to carloads of grain and coal. But it’s how

we handle them that makes all the difference.

Indatus

432 State Street

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

McShane’s Business

Products & Solutions

Brian McShane, President

bmcshane@mcshanes.com

3310 Hickory Road

Mishawaka, IN 46545

mcshanes.com

P: 800-837-1400

IT, copiers, and office supplies

McShane’s Business

Products & Solutions

Brian McShane, President

bmcshane@mcshanes.com

1844 45th Street

Munster, IN 46321

mcshanes.com

P: 219-924-1400; F: 219-924-9208

IT, copiers, and office supplies

Panther Premium Logistics

salessupport@pantherpremium.com

84 Medina Road

Medina, OH 44256

pantherpremium.com

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Expedited ground and air services

TransWorks

9910 Dupont Circle Drive E, Ste. 200

Fort Wayne, IN 46825

transworks.com

P: 260-487-4400; F: 260-487-4440

Transportation Management Systems (TMS),

Supply Chain Execution (SCE), Cloud/SaaS

Logistics Software and supply chain process

consulting

Warehouse Services Inc.

Barry Cox, President

barrycox@wsi-ismi.com

P.O. Box 608

Mount Vernon, IN 47620

wsionline.com

P: 812-831-4053; F: 812-831-4102

Services both manufacturing & distribution;

supporting computer integrated

manufacturing & logistics strategies, Including

network management, system development &

system management

Waypoint Global

8345 Clearvista Place, Ste. 350

Indianapolis, IN 46256

waypointglobal.com

P: 844-827-8254; F: 866-571-5482

Intermodal Services

C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc.

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

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Celadon Group Inc.

Nathan Roberts

Division President of Sales

nroberts@celadontrucking.com

9503 E 33rd Street

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

ContainerPort Group Inc.

Jonathan Ubran

Regional Manager - Business

Development, Midwest Region

jonathan.urban@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

DNJ Intermodal Services

Melissa Rice, Operations Manager

MRice@GoDNJ.com

1045 W Sumner

Indianapolis, IN 46217

godnj.com

P: 317-271-5700; F: 317-271-5090

Keystone Logistics

Kenneth Cubberley, President

Kenc@keystonelogistics.net

1657 Commerce Drive

South Bend, IN 46628

keystonelogistics.net

P: 574-288-5555; F: 574-251-3564

Truck Load carrier, Third Party provider of

transportation Services

Lafayette Terminal Corp.

Jeremy Turner

lafayetteterminal@comcast.net

2934 Sagamore Pkwy. N

Lafayette, IN 47904

lafayetteterminal.com

P: 765-423-1995; F: 765-742-5561

Multi-modal transfer & storage, 12+ acres

of storage space, 65+ railcar capacity, direct

transfer of dry & liquid chemicals from rail

car to truck, 35,000+ tons of liquid storage,

24-hour service

MLT Providers

Tom Moore, Vice President

tom@mltpro.com

103 E Indiana Ave., Ste. A

Valparaiso, IN 46383

mltpro.com

P: 888-999-7515 ext. 6202

F: 219-465-5188

Power Only, Drayage, Dedicated lanes,

Flatbeds, Step Decks, FTL/LTL, OD/OW Moves.

Inter modal

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

RoadOne Intermodal Logistics

Rob Cannon

Info@roadone.com

3201, Centerpoint Way

Joliet, IL 60436

roadone.com

P: (815) 521-9200

Intermodal logistics service provider

Robco Transportation Corp.

Brent Robinson, President

brent@robtruck.com

6000 Schenley Pl.

Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

robtruck.com

P: 812-537-7190 ext 1003

Brokerage, Drayage, Storage , Warehousing

SBT Agent DLS Worldwide

Joe Wilson, President

jwilson@freight101.com

332 W US Highway 30, Ste. B

Valparaiso, IN 46385

freight101.com

P: 888-368-6022 Ext 212

F: 219-286-7099

Less than Truckload, Truckload service, Air

Freight and Tradeshow shipping

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

TRANSPORT North America

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

United Transport Inc.

3550 179th Street

Hammond, IN 46323

gounitedtransport.com

P: 319-472-1531; F: 219-844-0249

Whitewater Freight Inc.

Bill Bochkay, Sales Manager

shirley@whitewaterfreight.com

9 Harrison Brookville Rd

West Harrison, IN 47060

whitewaterfreight.com

P: 812-637-1720

48 state, and canada brokerage services

scheduled delivery

WWLALS (Wallenius Wilhelmsen

Logistics Abnormal Load Services)

UK International Limited

1501 Hedon Road, Kingston upon Hull

East Riding of Yorkshire, HU9 5NX, UK

wwlals.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

Packaging

Banneker Industries

582 Great Road, Ste. 101

North Smithfield, RI 2896

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 Street

Hammond, IN 46320

contractservicegroup.com

P: 219-989-3365; F: 219-989-3360

Co-packaging, storage, transloading, flexible

packaging & shipping solutions

Goodwill Commercial Services

Jim Humphrey, Vice President,

Commercial Services & COO

jhumphrey@goodwillindy.org

413 N Tremont Street

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

K.A.K. LLC Warehousing &

Distribution

Kenneth Kanczuzewski, Owner/

Managing Member

ken@kakllc.com

1507 S Olive Street

South Bend, IN 46619

kakllc.com

P: 574-232-9357; F: 574-232-8283

Export crating ISPM 15, FTZ-125 GP operator

KHL

websupport@lansberg.com

4635 W 84th Street, Ste. 500

Indianapolis, IN 46268

landsberg.com

P: 317-879-4628

Transport/protective packaging, primary packaging,

packaging automation, corrosion protection, moisture

control in sea containers, contract packaging

MAVPAK

10412 Allisonville Road, Ste. 112

Fishers, IN 46038

mavpak.com

P: 317-605-0260; F: 317-436-1381

Merchandise Warehouse

1414 S West Street

Indianapolis, IN 46225

mwindy.com

P: 317-632-2525; F: 317-266-0784

Blast freezing, packaging, crossdock, rail

service

Perfect Pallets Inc.

450 W 16th Pl.

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 Manageed Inventory (VMI), Subasembly,

Packaging & repackaging; Kitting/

Sequencing

Shorr Packaging

9901 Kincaid Drive

Fishers, IN 46037

shorr.com

P: 317-845-3200

Packaging equipment & supply distribution

United States Postal Service

Vaughn Broadnax

Senior Sales Executive

vaughn.m.broadnax@usps.gov

3939 Vincennes Road

Indianapolis, IN 46268

usps.com

P: 317-870-8200

We provide highly competitive small package

shipping options for both domestic and

international destinations.

Value Added Resources

Erin Wilson, President

info@valueaddedres.com

7914 Rockville Road

Indianapolis, IN 46219

valueaddedres.com

P: 317-899-1000

Warehousing, Fulfillment, Transportation

Management, Kitting, Crossdocking

Verst Group Logistics

Mark A. Andrews

Vice President, Sales & Marketing

sales@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, Sales Associate

information@victorypackaging.com

7400 Trade Port Drive

Louisville, KY 40258

victorypackaging.com

P: 877-252-1996; F: 317-578-0166

Packaging solutions

Steamship Lines/Agents

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; Wa

Canada Steamship Lines, a division

of the CSL Group Inc.

750 Square Victoria, 6th Fl.

Montreal, QC, 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 cust

CSL Group

759 Square Victoria, 6th Floor

Montreal, QC, H2Y 2K3, Canada

cslmtl.com

P: 514-982-3800; F: 514-982-3800

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Fednav Atlantic Lakes Line

Dennis Pfeffer, Liner Manager

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

Third Party Logistics

All Points Logistics Inc.

Jim King, Vice President

INFO@allpointslogisticsinc.com

P.O. Box 19772

Indianapolis, IN 46219

allpointslogisticsinc.com

P: 317-544-1484; F: 317-544-1472

Transportation, logistics, warehousing &

packaging 3PL

Backhaul Direct LLC

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

Best Way Express Inc.

Eli McCormick

President and Chief Executive Officer

eli.mccormick@bestwayexpress.com

PO Box 728

Vincennes, IN 47591

bestwayexpress.com

P: 800-777-4668; F: 812-885-2327

Full truckload, dry van service, 3PL and

Logistics service

Celadon Group Inc.

Nathan Roberts

Division President of Sales

nroberts@celadontrucking.com

9503 E 33rd Street

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

Eimskip Shipping

Russell Herder

service@eimskip.com

5121 Sackville Street, Ste. 400

Halifax, NS, B3J 1K1, Canada

eimskip.ca

P: 902-429-5252; F: 902-429-5272

Faurè Brothers Corp.

William (Bill) Miller

Director of Business Development

wmiller@faurebros.com

11 Industrial Road

Hammond, IN 46320

faurebros.com

P: 708-868-0816, ext. 1633

F: 708-868-3478

3rd party warehousing/distribution facilities in

Indiana/Illinois/Chicago commercial zone

Glory Logistics Inc.

Allie Knous, Sales

allie@glorylogistics.net

2203 Patterson Street, P.O. Box 585

Decatur, IN 46733

glorylogistics.net

P: 877-574-4847; F: 260-724-3027

3PL, warehousing services, dedicated

customer service representatives, secure

facility, long or short term storage, freight

consolidation, cross docking, local cartage

HeLP Logistics Inc.

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

Chris Harris

Business Development Manager

chris.harris@jas.com

1759 Linneman Road

Mount Prospect, IL 60056

jas.com

P: 312-982-1212

Global freight forwarder

JAWCO Logistics/JACO Brokerage

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.

700 Chase Street, #600

Gary, IN 46404

katoennatie.com

P: 219-949-2620; F: 219-949-2618

Packaging, shipping & receiving, rail yard

FREIGHT SERVICES Steamship Lines/Agents | Third Party Logistics

Celadon Logistics Services

9503 E 33rd Street

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.

8325 N Norfolk Street

Indianapolis, IN 46268

cwclogon.com

P: 317-875-7259; F: 317-228-5326

Days Distribution & Logistics

3304 Reedy Drive

Elkhart, IN 46515

dayscorp.com

P: 574-262-9525; F: 574-264-2276

5146 Loop Road

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

812-282-4938

Louisville, KY Terminal

2611 River Road, Louisville, KY 40206

502-896-1776

Paul Lawson, Terminal Manager

plawson@watcocompanies.com

Chicago, IL Terminal

2926 E. 126th Street, Chicago, IL 60633

773-646-8005

Steve Caudle, Terminal Manager

steven.caudle@watcocompanies.com

Terminal Manager:

Brad Seese

bseese@watcocompanies.com

Hammond, IN Terminal

1745 165th Street, Hammond, IN 46320

219-937-8979

Joe Maldonado, Terminal Manager

jmaldonado@watcocompanies.com

Chicago Heights, IL Terminal

162 E. 26th Street, Chicago Heights, IL 60411

708-755-4100

Linda Jordan, Terminal Manager

ljordan@watcocompanies.com

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Keystone Logistics

Kenneth Cubberley, President

Kenc@keystonelogistics.net

1657 Commerce Drive

South Bend, IN 46628

keystonelogistics.net

P: 574-288-5555; F: 574-251-3564

Truck Load carrier, Third Party provider of

transportation Services

Langham Logistics

Cathy Langham, President & CEO

cathylangham@elangham.com

5335 W 74th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46268

elangham.com

P: 855-214-2844; F: 317-290-0321

Full-service provider of transportation,

warehousing, fulfillment & freightmanagement

solutions

LDI Ltd.

54 Monument Cir., Ste. 800

Indianapolis, IN 46204

ldiltd.com

P: 317-237-5400

Legacy Supply Chain Services

Brandon Seeler, General Manager

bseeler@legacyscs.com

1251 Port Road

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

legacyscs.com

P: 812-280-5850; F: 812-218-8127

Magnum Logistics

logistics@gomagnum.com

1540 Perry Road

Plainfield, IN 46168

gomagnum.com

P: 317-791-2100; F: 317-791-2121

Dedicated trucking, spotting, local shuttles,

freight management

Merchandise Warehouse

1414 S West Street

Indianapolis, IN 46225

mwindy.com

P: 317-632-2525; F: 317-266-0784

Blast freezing, packaging, crossdock, rail

service

MLT Providers

Tom Moore, Vice President

tom@mltpro.com

103 E Indiana Ave., Ste. A

Valparaiso, IN 46383

mltpro.com

P: 888-999-7515 ext. 6202

F: 219-465-5188

Power Only, Drayage, Dedicated lanes,

Flatbeds, Step Decks, FTL/LTL, OD/OW Moves.

Inter modal

National Distributors Inc.

Keith Vaughn, President

gowest@ndsin.com

1517 Avco Blvd.

Sellersburg, IN 47172

ndsin.com

P: 812-246-6306; F: 812-246-9568

Transportation logistics, just-in-time

distribution/warehousing, internet load

tracking

OWLogistics - A div. of

Oscar Winski Co. Inc.

2407 N 9th Street Road

Lafayette, IN 47903

oscarwinski.com/owlogistics

P: 765-742-1102; F: 765-423-4601

Contract warehousing and fulfillment

Panther Premium Logistics

salessupport@pantherpremium.com

84 Medina Road

Medina, OH 44256

pantherpremium.com

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Expedited ground and air services

ProTrans

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

Reliable Logistics Inc.

Jamie Kruper, Logistics Coordinator

group@reliablelogisticsinc.com

139 Venturi Drive

Chesterton, IN 46304

reliablelogisticsinc.com

P: 219-926-8850; F: 219-926-8561

RJM Logistics, Inc.

John Boone, President

Johnboone@rjmlogistics.com

6726 Troon Way

Indianapolis, IN 46237

rjmlogistics.com

P: 317-803-2369; C: 317-502-8989

F: 317-244-2609

Semi-Flatbed, Semi-Specialty Equipment,

Straight Truck with Lift Gate, Freight

Arrangement, Project Cargo, Next Flight Out,

Cargo Vans, Sprinters, Straight Truck with Lift

Gate, Warehousing

Robco Transportation Corp.

Brent Robinson, President

brent@robtruck.com

6000 Schenley Pl.

Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

robtruck.com

P: 812-537-7190 ext 1003

Brokerage, Drayage, Storage , Warehousing

Ryder Distribution

3500 W County Road 0 NS

Frankfort, IN 46041

ryder.com

P: 765-650-2150; F: 765-859-1026

3PL

Ryder Global Supply Chain Solutions

Kirt Randolph, Site Manager

krandolph@ryder.com

2801 Airwest Blvd.

Plainfield, IN 46168

ryder.com

P: 317-837-5300

3PL global distribution

SBT Agent DLS Worldwide

Joe Wilson, President

jwilson@freight101.com

332 W US Highway 30 Ste. B

Valparaiso, IN 46385

freight101.com

P: 888-368-6022 Ext 212

F: 219-286-7099

Less than Truckload, Truckload service, Air

Freight and Tradeshow shipping

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 Manageed Inventory (VMI), Subasembly,

Packaging & repackaging; Kitting/

Sequencing

SGI

info@mysgi.com

8350 Allison Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46268

mysgi.com

P: 317-471-8246

3rd-party marketing literature fulfillment,

inventory management, kitting and assembly,

digital printing, custom web site development

Silver Foam Distribtuing Co.

Andrew Manville, General Manager

amanville@silverfoamdist.com

5918 E 34th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46218

P: 317-986-6931; C: 317-502-5233

Silver Foam Distributing is a full service

Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) warehouse. We offer

complete FTZ, warehouse, and transportation

services.

Southshore Companies

Jason Robinson, Site Manager

jrobinson@southshorecompanies.com

2421 S Nappanee Street

Elkhart, IN 46517

southshorecompanies.com

P: 574-522-1961; F: 574-293-7187

Warehousing, logistics and distribution,

collaborative logistics, logistics outsourcing,

supply chain logistics management,

transportation integration, real estate

development

Spot Freight

Anthony Bova, EVP

abova@spotinc.com

141 S Meridian Street, Ste. 200

Indianapolis, IN 46225

spotmyfreight.com

P: 866-971-7768; C: 317-418-2168

F: 317-635-6357

TMS (Transportation Management System):

Global provider SaaS Supply Chain Services

Summitt Trucking

cs@summitt.com

1800 Progress Way

Clarksville, IN 47129

summittrucking.com

P: 812-285-7777; F: 812-285-8949

Talon Logistics Services

Brandon Briscoe

Vice President, Operations

bbriscoe@talonlogisitcs.com

2111 Future Drive

Sellersburg, IN 47172

talonlogistics.com

P: 812-285-0219

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

Team Worldwide Global Logistics

Briyin Butgereit, Vice-President

Global Solutions

briyin.butgereit@teamww.com;

briyin.butgereit@gmail.com

teamww.com

P: 866-442-6160; C: 616-890-8071

TOC Logistics International LLC

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

Universal

12755 E 9 Mile Road

Warren, MI 48089

goutsi.com

P: 586-920-0100

Value Added Resources

Erin Wilson, President

info@valueaddedres.com

7914 Rockville Road

Indianapolis, IN 46219

valueaddedres.com

P: 317-899-1000

Warehousing, Fulfillment, Transportation

Management, Kitting, Crossdocking

Whitewater Freight Inc.

Bill Bochkay, Sales Manager

shirley@whitewaterfreight.com

9 Harrison Brookville Road

West Harrison, IN 47060

whitewaterfreight.com

P: 812-637-1720

48 state, and canada brokerage services

scheduled delivery

Warehousing

ADS Logistics Co. LLC

725 George Nelson Drive

Portage, IN 46368

adslogistics.com

P: 219-787-5015

All Points Logistics Inc.

Jim King, Vice President

INFO@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

888 American Way

Boonville, IN 47601

americancold.com

P: 812-897-4714; F: 812-897-1687

American Freight Service

Sean Snyder, General Manager

seansnyder@americanfreightservice.com

2733 Reavest Drive S

Indianapolis, IN 46203

americanfreightservice.com

P: 317-786-9343; F: 317-786-9344

Lumper service

Aptus Delivery Systems

2040 S Lynhurst Drive, Ste. L

Indianapolis, IN 46241

aptusdeliverysystems.com

P: 317-390-0111; F: 317-390-0112

Aptus Delivery Systems

3230 Rosetta Pl.

South Bend, IN 46628

aptusdeliverysystems.com

P: 574-217-7587; F: 574-232-0069

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Aptus Delivery Systems

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

582 Great Road, Ste. 101

North Smithfield, RI 2896

banneker.com

P: 401-692-0150; F: 401-534-0033

Value-added warehousing, kitting, inspection,

procurement, packaging and fulfillment,

distribution, consulting & onsite services

Bowman Logistics

Dave Ebner, Chief Logistics Officer

bowmanlogistics@dmbowman.com

4401 W 62nd Street

Indianapolis, IN 46268

bowmanlogistics.com

P: 301-223-1007; F: 301-223-5968

70,000 sf warehouse space, 12 dock doors & 1

drive-in door

Brunk LLC

803 Logan Street

Goshen, IN 46528

brunk-ajp.com

P: 800-227-4156; F: 574-533-0614

Celadon Group Inc.

Nathan Roberts

Division President of Sales

nroberts@celadontrucking.com

9503 E 33rd Street

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

9503 E 33rd Street

Indianapolis, IN 46235

celadonlogistics.com

P: 800-235-2366

FTL (U.S., Canada, Mexico), LTL consolidation,

warehousing, brokerage, customized 3PL

services

CEVA Logistics

Jason Brackett, Admin Manager

jason.brackett@cevalogistics.com

2151 Airwest Blvd.

Plainfield, IN 46168

cevalogistics.com

P: 317-837-5700

Contract Services Group

Mirko Marich, President

Mirko@contractservicegroup.com

2500 165th Street

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

FULLBEAUTY Brands

2300 Southeastern Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46201

fbbrands.com

P: 317-266-3300

Web/Catalog distribution

FULLBEAUTY Brands

3003 Reeves Road

Plainfield, IN 46168

fbbrands.com

P: 317-713-5800

Web/Catalog distribution

Indianapolis Industrial Center

3000 S Shelby Street

Office - 1414 S West Street

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 re-load

services.

International Metals Processing

3131 N Franklin Road

Indianapolis, IN 46226

impllc.com

P: 317-895-4141; F: 317-895-4142

Toll processing

Interstate Warehousing Inc.

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.

700 Bartram Pkwy.

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

9009 Coldwater Road

Fort Wayne, IN 46825

tippmanngroup.com

P: 260-490-3000; F: 260-490-1362

K.A.K. LLC Warehousing

& Distribution

Kenneth Kanczuzewski

Owner/Managing Member

ken@kakllc.com

1507 S Olive Street

South Bend, IN 46619

kakllc.com

P: 574-232-9357; F: 574-232-8283

Export crating ISPM 15, FTZ-125 GP operator

Merchandise Warehouse

1414 S West Street

Indianapolis, IN 46225

mwindy.com

P: 317-632-2525; F: 317-266-0784

Blast freezing, packaging, crossdock, rail

service

Midwest Warehousing Co.

d_davie@midwestwarehousingllc.com

3999 E Hupp Road

LaPorte, IN 46350

midwestwarehousingllc.com

P: 219-393-5000; F: 219-393-5094

FREIGHT SERVICES Warehousing

COMMITMENT - TRUST - RESPONSIBILITY

www.keystonelogistics.net

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MKM Distributions Services

Maeghan Hurley, President

mkhurley@mkm-logistics.com

5304 W 74th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46268

mkm-logistics.com

P: 317-334-7900; F: 317-334-7901

3PL, warehousing capabilities, food

warehouse, transportation, e-commerce

fulfillment, product manipulation, yard

management services

MLT Providers

Tom Moore, Vice President

tom@mltpro.com

103 E Indiana Ave., Ste. A

Valparaiso, IN 46383

mltpro.com

P: 888-999-7515 ext. 6202

F: 219-465-5188

Power Only, Drayage, Dedicated lanes,

Flatbeds, Step Decks, FTL/LTL, OD/OW Moves.

Inter modal

Morton Ave. Warehouse Inc.

Mark Happe

markh@mortonavewarehouse.com

119 N Morton Ave.

Evansville, IN 47711

mdhllc.com

P: 812-464-8244; F: 812-465-0372

Container of Barge (COB), distribution, rail

service (CSX, NS), contract warehousing, cross

dock service, assembly, fulfillment

Old Dominion Freight Lines

Michael J. Cooke

Global Sales Manager - Ohio Valley

Sales@odfl.com

5500 W 47th Street

Chicago, IL 60638

odfl.com

P: 708-548-0179

LTL, freight forwarding, warehousing, airfreight

P&B Trucking Inc.

Bob Knous, President

bob@pbtrucking.com

2203 Patterson Street

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 Premium Logistics

salessupport@pantherpremium.com

84 Medina Road

Medina, OH 44256

pantherpremium.com

P: 800-685-0657; F: 330-723-0649

Expedited ground and air services

Perry County Port Authority

Alvin C. Evans, President & CEO

alvin@pcrailport.net

P.O. Box 423; 926 S Boundary Street

Tell City, IN 47586

pcrailport.com

P: 812-547-3586; F: 812-547-6266

Multi-modal transportation, warehousing

Progressive Logistics

Steven J. Wasser

Vice President of Operations

swasser@progressivelogistics.com

861 Perry Road

Plainfield, IN 46168

progressivelogistics.com

P: 317-204-5050; C: 317-409-3400

F: 317-351-5326

Veteran Owned!! Container Devanning,

3PL Warehousing, Food Grade and Organic

Certified Storage. Rail served by CSX

ProTrans

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

Robco Transportation Corp.

Brent Robinson, President

brent@robtruck.com

6000 Schenley Pl.

Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

robtruck.com

P: 812-537-7190 ext 1003

Brokerage, Drayage, Storage , Warehousing

Rynn Transportation Inc.

Todd Rynn, Owner

toddrynn@rynntran.com

1776 Lammers Pike

Batesville, IN 47006

rynntran.com

P: 812-934-2242; F: 812-933-0782

SBT Agent DLS Worldwide

Joe Wilson, President

jwilson@freight101.com

332 W US Highway 30, Ste. B

Valparaiso, IN 46385

freight101.com

P: 888-368-6022 Ext 212

F: 219-286-7099

Less than Truckload, Truckload service, Air

Freight and Tradeshow shipping

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 Manageed Inventory (VMI), Subasembly,

Packaging & repackaging; Kitting/

Sequencing

Silver Foam Distribtuing Co.

Andrew Manville, General Manager

amanville@silverfoamdist.com

5918 E 34th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46218

P: 317-986-6931; C: 317-502-5233

Silver Foam Distributing is a full service

Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ) warehouse. We offer

complete FTZ, warehouse, and transportation

services.

South Bend Warehousing &

Distribution Corp.

Bob Egierski, Logistics Supervisor

b.egierski@dsm-inc.us

6561 Lone Wolf Drive, Ste. 100

South Bend, IN 46628

southbendwarehousing.com

P: 574-239-1310

Auto and boat storage

Spot Freight

Anthony Bova, EVP

abova@spotinc.com

141 S Meridian Street, Ste. 200

Indianapolis, IN 46225

spotmyfreight.com

P: 866-971-7768; C: 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

Freight brokerage

Tierney Industrial Warehouse

Timothy J. Tierney, President

info@tierneywarehouse.com

P.O. Box 442

Logansport, IN 46947

tierneywarehouse.com

P: 574-722-6160; F: 574-722-1124

TOC Logistics International LLC

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.

2500 W State Blvd.

Fort Wayne, IN 46808

tristatewarehousing.com

P: 260-436-2010; F: 260-432-4677

Food grade certified, labor intensive projects,

in-house freight/logistics company

Value Added Resources

Erin Wilson, President

info@valueaddedres.com

7914 Rockville Road

Indianapolis, IN 46219

valueaddedres.com

P: 317-899-1000

Warehousing, Fulfillment, Transportation

Management, Kitting, Crossdocking

Venture Logistics

1101 Harding Ct.

Indianapolis, IN 46217

venlog.com

P: 317-787-1101; F: 317-787-1102

Verst Group Logistics

Mark A. Andrews

Vice President, Sales & Marketing

sales@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

bseese@watcocompanies.com

5146 Loop Road

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

watcocompanies.com

P: 812-282-4938

Western Select Properties

Chris Ayers, Property Manager

cayers@ortondevelopment.com

2525 N Shadeland Ave., Bldg. 30

Indianapolis, IN 46219

P: 317-357-7000; F: 317-357-7396

Whitewater Freight Inc.

Bill Bochkay, Sales Manager

shirley@whitewaterfreight.com

9 Harrison Brookville Road

West Harrison, IN 47060

whitewaterfreight.com

P: 812-637-1720

48 state, and canada brokerage services

scheduled delivery

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EDUCATION/WORKFORCE

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.

Personnel/Workforce

Development

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: 317-638-2107

Department of Workforce

Development

10 N Senate

Indianapolis, IN 46204

in.gov/dwd

P: 317-233-5661

Driving Ambition

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

4111 Central Ave.

Columbus, IN 47202

elwoodstaffing.com

P: 812-372-6200; F: 812-378-9105

EmployIndy

Angie Carr Klitzsch, President & CEO

jbrown@employindy.org

115 W Washington Street, Ste. 450S

Indianapolis, IN 46204

employindy.org

P: 317-639-4441; F: 317-639-0103

JobsInLogistics.com

JobsInTrucks.com

Sean Horton

Director of Business Development

sean@jobsinlogistics.com

2424 Graysford Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46234

jobsinlogistics.com

P: 317-672-2988; C: 317-657-5311

Customized recruitment solutions for trucking,

distribution and logistics employers.

North American Crane

Jason Albertson, Vice President

jr@nacranecert.com

2138 W Main Ave

West Fargo, ND 58078

nacranecert.com

P: 701-412-7727

Region 10 Workforce Board

WorkOne Southern Indiana

2125 State Street, Ste. 16

New Albany, IN 47150

P: 812-941-6427; 812-948-6102

workoneregion10.com

SOLE - The International

Society of Logistics

Sarah R. James, DML

Executive Director

solehq@erols.com

14625 Baltimore Ave., Ste. 303

Laurel, MD 20707-4902

sole.org

P: 301-459-8446; F: 301-459-1522

50 years young this year (2016-2017)! In addition

to our chapter operations, SOLE provides logistics

education, credentialing, and certification

programs for both individuals and companies.

Southwest Indiana Chamber

Christy Gillenwater, President & CEO

cgillenwater@swinchamber.com

318 Main Street, Ste. 401

Evansville, IN 47708

swinchamber.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

Staff Source

Christine A. Wallace

President, Business Development &

Client Quality Assurance

cwallace@staffsourceusa.com

2500 165th Street

Hammond, IN 46320

staffsourceusa.com

P: 219-989-9675; C: 219-405-5440

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

17520 Dartown Road, #905

Westfield, IN 46074

toptalentinlogistics.com

P: 317-758-0851; F: 317-581-9811

Logistics recruiting = 3PL

Vincennes University LTEC -

Logistics Training & Education

Center

James Dolan, Director

jdolan@vinu.edu

853 S Columbia Road, Ste. 151

Plainfield, IN 46168

VULogistics.com

P: 317-381-6099

VU LTEC provides high-quality training

through a blended learning environment,

including classroom, online and hands-on

instruction enabling students to graduate with

certifications and experience.

Trade Associations

American Assoc. of Exporters and

Importers

1050 17th Street NW, 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 Street

Alexandria, VA 22314

aapa-ports.org

P: 703-684-5700; F: 703-684-6321

American Concrete Pavement

Assoc. - Indiana Chapter

One N Capitol Ave., Ste. 480

Indianapolis, IN 46204

indianaconcretepavement.com

P: 317-634-8989; F: 317-634-8988

Concrete/pavement

American Society of Transportation

& Logistics

service@apics.org

8430 W Bryn Mawr Ave., Ste. 1000

Chicago, IN 60631

astl.org

P: 773-355-4900; F: 773-355-4888

American Trucking Assoc.

950 N Glebe Road, Ste. 210

Arlington, VA 22203

trucking.org

P: 703-838-1700

APICS Central Indiana

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

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

N19 W24400 Riverwood Drive

Waukesha, WI 53188

ahtd.org

P: 262-696-3645; F: 262-696-3646

Assoc. of American Railroads

425 3rd Street SW, Ste. 1000

Washington, DC 20024

aar.org

P: 202-639-2100; F: 202-639-2286

Aviation Assoc. of Indiana

135 N Pennsylvania, Ste. 1175

Indianapolis, IN 46204

aviationindiana.org

P: 317-916-4300; F: 317-638-7976

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: 317-638-2107

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Trade Associations EDUCATION/WORKFORCE

Council of Supply Chain

Management Professionals

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

Indiana Constructors Inc.

Richard Hedgecock, President

rhedgecock@indianaconstructors.org

One N Capitol, Ste. 1000

Indianapolis, IN 46204

indianaconstructors.org

P: 317-472-6777

Indiana Constructors Inc (ICI) is the statewide

trade association dedicated to promoting

opportunity and excellence in Indiana’s

highway, heavy and utility contractors.

Indiana Corn Marketing Council

8425 Keystone Crossing, Ste. 200

Indianapolis, IN 46240

incorn.org

P: 317-347-3620; F: 317-347-3626

Indiana Manufacturers Assoc.

101 W Washington Street, Ste. 1050 E

Indianapolis, IN 46204

imaweb.com

P: 317-632-2474; F: 317-231-2320

Indiana Motor Truck Assoc.

One N Capitol Ave., Ste. 460

Indianapolis, IN 46204

intrucking.org

P: 317-630-4682; F: 317-630-0072

Indiana Soybean Alliance

Jane Ade Stevens, CEO

8425 Keystone Crossing, Ste. 200

Indianapolis, IN 46240

indianasoybean.com

P: 317-347-3620; F: 317-347-3626

Institute of Transportation Engineers

1627 Eye Street, 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 Longshoremen’s Assoc.

Don Snyder, President

ILA2830@aol.com

6031 U.S. 20

Portage, IN 46368

ilaunion.org

P: 219-787-9189

Maritime labor union

International Warehouse Logistics Assoc.

mail@iwla.com

2800 S River Road, Ste. 260

Des Plaines, IL 60018

iwla.com

P: 847-813-4699; F: 847-813-0115

JobsInLogistics.com | JobsInTrucks.com

Sean Horton

Director of Business Development

sean@jobsinlogistics.com

2424 Graysford Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46234

jobsinlogistics.com

P: 317-672-2988; C: 317-657-5311

Customized recruitment solutions for trucking,

distribution and logistics employers.

Lake Carriers’ Assoc.

20325 Center Ridge Road, Ste. 720

Rocky River, OH 44116

lcaships.com

P: 440-333-9996; F: 440-333-9993

National Assoc. of Small Trucking

Companies

104 Stuart Drive

Hendersonville, TN 37075

nastc.com

P: 800-264-8580; F: 615-451-0041

National Customs Brokers &

Forwarders Assoc. of America Inc.

1200 18th Street NW, Ste. 901

Washington, DC 20036

ncbfaa.org

P: 202-466-0222; F: 202-466-0226

National Motor Freight Traffic Assoc.

1001 N Fairfax Street, Ste. 600

Alexandria, VA 22314

nmfta.org

P: 703-838-1810; F: 703-683-6296

North American Rail Shippers Assoc.

40W815 S Bridle Creek Drive

St. Charles, IL 60175

railshippers.com

P: 630-386-1366; F: 866-746-0071

Owner-Operator Independent

Drivers Assoc.

1 NW OOIDA Drive

Grain Valley, MO 64029

ooida.com

P: 800-444-5791

Shipbuilders Council of America

20 F Street NW, Ste. 500

Washington, DC 20001

shipbuilders.org

P: 202-737-3234

SOLE - The International

Society of Logistics

Sarah R. James

DML, Executive Director

solehq@erols.com

14625 Baltimore Avenue, Ste. 303

Laurel, MD 20707-4902

sole.org

P: 301-459-8446; F: 301-459-1522

50 years young this year (2016-2017)! In addition

to our chapter operations, SOLE provides logistics

education, credentialing, and certification

programs for both individuals and companies.

Team Worldwide Global Logistics

Briyin Butgereit, Vice-President

Global Solutions

briyin.butgereit@teamww.com;

briyin.butgereit@gmail.com

teamww.com

P: 866-442-6160; C: 616-890-8071

Techpoint

Mike Langellier, President & CEO

mike@techpoint.org

6650 Telecom Drive, Ste. 175

Indianapolis, IN 46278

techpoint.org

P: 317-275-2089; F: 317-275-2081

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The International Air Cargo Assoc.

P.O. Box 661510

Miami, FL 33266

tiaca.org

P: 786-265-7011; F: 786-265-7012

Truckload Carriers Assoc.

555 E Braddock Road

Alexandria, VA 22314

truckload.org

P: 703-838-1950; F: 703-836-6610

United States Great

Lakes Shipping Assoc.

Stuart Theis, Executive Director

theismarine@roadrunner.com

8941 Ohio Place

Highland, IN 46322

usglsa.org

P: 440-357-9104; F: 440-357-9105

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

Universities, Colleges,

Training Centers

Anderson University

1100 E Fifth Street

Anderson, IN 46012

anderson.edu

P: 800-428-6414

Ball State University

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: 574-807-7000

Butler University

4600 Sunset Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46208

butler.edu

P: 800-368-6852

Conexus Indiana

David Holt,

Vice President of Operations

and Business Development

dholt@conexusindiana.com

111 Monument Cir., Ste. 1800

Indianapolis, IN 46204

conexusindiana.com

P: 317-638-2107

DePauw University

Mark McCoy, President

P.O. Box 37

Greencastle, IN 46135

depauw.edu

P: 765-658-4800

Franklin College

101 Branigin Blvd.

Franklin, IN 46131

franklincollege.edu

P: 317-738-8000

Global Supply Chain Management

Initiative

403 W State Street

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

Goshen College

1700 S Main Street

Goshen, IN 46526

goshen.edu

P: 800-348-7422

Hanover College

Lake Lambert, Ph.D., President

517 Ball Drive

Hanover, IN 47243

hanover.edu

P: 812-866-7000

Harrison College

500 N Meridian Street, Ste. 500

Indianapolis, IN 46204

harrison.edu

P: 317-447-6000

Associate of Science degree in logistics

Huntington University

2303 College Ave.

Huntington, IN 46750

huntington.edu

P: 260-356-6000

Indiana State University

Randy Peters, Ph.D, Department Chair

randy.peters@indstate.edu;

AETM Dept., TC 201A

Terre Haute, IN 47809

indstate.edu/technology/aetm

P: 812-237-3377

Indiana University

107 S Indiana Ave.

Bloomington, IN 47405

indiana.edu

P: 812-855-4848

Indiana University -

Kelley School of Business

Idalene Kesner, Dean

801 W Michigan Street

Indianapolis, IN 46202

kelley.iupui.edu

P: 317-274-2481

Indiana University-

Purdue University Fort Wayne

2101 E Coliseum Blvd.

Fort Wayne, IN 46805

ipfw.edu

P: 260-481-4739

Indiana University Southeast

Dr. Ray Wallace, Chancellor

4201 Grant Line Road

New Albany, IN 47150

P: 812-941-2333

ius.edu

Ivy Tech Community College - Bloomington

200 Daniels Way

Bloomington, IN 47404

ivytech.edu

P: 812-332-1559

Ivy Tech Community College - Columbus

4475 Central Ave.

Columbus, IN 47203

ivytech.edu

P: 812-372-9925

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Universities, Colleges, Training Centers EDUCATION/WORKFORCE

Ivy Tech Community College - Logansport

1 Ivy Tech Way

Logansport, IN 46947

ivytech.edu

P: 574-753-5101

Ivy Tech Community College –

South Central

8204 County Road 311

Sellersburg, IN 47172

P: 812-246-3301

www.ivytech.edu/sellersburg

Ivy Tech Community College - Southwest

Jonathan Wienzapfel, Chancellor

3501 N First Ave.

Evansville, IN 47710

ivytech.edu

P: 812-426-2865; F: 812-429-1495

Ivy Tech Community College - Warsaw

2545 Silveus Crossing

Warsaw, IN 46580

ivytech.edu

P: 574-267-5428

Ivy Tech Corporate College

Lori Handy, Ph.D.

Executive Director of Regional

Operations and Student Success

50 W Fall Creek Parkway North Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46208

ivytech.edu

P: 888-489-5463

Manchester University

David McFadden, President

604 E College Ave.

North Manchester, IN 46962

manchester.edu

P: 260-982-5000

Marian University

3200 Cold Spring Road

Indianapolis, IN 46222

marian.edu

P: 317-955-6000; F: 317-955-6448

Martin University

Eugene White, President

communicationsdept@martin.edu

2186 N Sherman Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46218

martin.edu

P: 317-543-3235; F: 317-917-3393

Purdue University

Mitchell E. Daniels, President

610 Purdue Mall, Hovde Hall, Rm. 200

West Lafayette, IN 47803

purdue.edu

P: 765-494-4600

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

5500 Wabash Ave.

Terre Haute, IN 47803

rose-hulman.edu

P: 812-877-1511

Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College

1 St. Mary of the Woods College

Saint Mary of the Woods, IN 47876

smwc.edu

P: 812-535-5151

Saint Mary’s College

Notre Dame, IN 46556

saintmarys.edu

P: 574-284-4000

Supply Chain Management Academy

Daniel Carroll, Director

DC25@indiana.edu

1309 E 10th Street

Bloomington, IN 47405

kelley.iu.edu

P: 812-855-3489

Taylor University

Paul Lowell Haines, President

236 W Reade Ave.

Upland, IN 46989

taylor.edu

P: 800-822-3456

Tri-State Manufacturers’ Alliance

(A program of the Southwest

Indiana Chamber)

318 Main Street, Ste. 401

Evansville, IN 47708

swinchamber.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 Southwest

Indiana Chamber)

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

Kazee1@evansville.edu

1800 Lincoln Ave.

Evansville, IN 47722

evansville.edu

P: 800-882-3456

University of Indianapolis

1400 E Hanna Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46227

uindy.edu

P: 800-232-8634

University of Southern Indiana

8600 University Blvd.

Evansville, IN 47712

usi.edu

P: 812-464-8600

University of St. Francis

Sr. M. Elise Kriss, OSF, President

2701 Spring Street

Fort Wayne, IN 46808

sf.edu

P: 260-399-7999

Vincennes University LTEC -

Logistics Training & Education

Center

James Dolan, Director

jdolan@vinu.edu

853 S Columbia Road, Ste. 151

Plainfield, IN 46168

VULogistics.com

P: 317-381-6099

Wabash College

Gregory D. Hess, President

301 W Wabash Ave.

Crawfordsville, IN 47933

wabash.edu

P: 765-361-6100

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

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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 quasi-government 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

Foreign-Trade Zone 72

Kent Ebbing, General Manager

kebbing@inzone.org

2745 South Hoffman Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46241

inzone.org

P: 317-487-7200

Foreign-Trade Zone 125

1507 S Olive Street

South Bend, IN 46619

kakllc.com

P: 574-232-9357; F: 574-232-8283

General warehousing, packaging, ISPM 15 crating

Foreign-Trade Zone 152

Ian Hirt, Port Director

ihirt@portsofindiana.com

6625 S. Boundary Rd.

Portage, IN 46368

portsofindiana.com

P: 219-787-8636

Foreign-Trade Zone 170

Scott Stewart, Port Director

sstewart@portsofindiana.com

1402 Port Rd.

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

portsofindiana.com

P: 812-283-9662

Foreign-Trade Zone 177

Phil Wilzbacher, Port Director

pwilzbacher@portsofindiana.com

2751 Bluff Rd.

Mount Vernon, IN 47620

portsofindiana.com

P: 812-838-4382

Foreign-Trade Zone 182

Patrick Dooley, CMD

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

581 S Airport Street

Terre Haute, IN 47803

huf.com

P: 812-877-2524; F: 812-877-3853

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

Africa Tarver

Director of Economic Development

atarver@gohammond.com

Department of Planning &

Development, 649 Conkey Street

Hammond, IN 46324

gohammond.com

P: 219-853-6508

City of Valparaiso

Patrick Lyp, General Counsel/

Economic Development Director

plyp@valpo.us

162 W Lincolnway

Valparaiso, IN 46383

valpoedc.com

P: 219-548-4814; C: 219-476-6110

The City of Valparaiso is located about 18

miles south of the Ports of Indiana. The City

is home to the Porter County Airport, several

rail carriers and both inter- and intra- state

highways.

Federal Highway Administration

of Kentucky

330 W Broadway

Frankfort, KY 40601

fhwa.dot.gov/kydiv

P: 502-223-6729; F: 502-223-6735

Federal Motor Carrier Safety

Administration

575 N Pennsylvania Street, Rm. 261

Indianapolis, IN 46204

fmcsa.dot.gov

P: 317-226-7474

Fort Wayne-

Allen County Airport Authority

3801 W Ferguson Road, Ste. 209

Fort Wayne, IN 46809

fwairport.com

P: 260-747-4146; F: 260-747-1762

Hendricks County Economic

Development Partnership

Jeff Pipkin, Executive Director

jeff@hcedp.org

5250 E US Hwy 36, Ste. 1101

Avon, IN 46123

hcedp.org

P: 317-745-2400; C: 317-268-2024

The Hendricks County Economic

Development Partnership (HCEDP) provides

business services that include site location,

incentive negotiation, workforce assistance

and local business data information.

Indiana Department of

Transportation

Joe McGuinness, Commissioner

100 N Senate Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46204

in.gov/indot

P: 317-233-2376

Indiana Economic Development Corp.

Jim Schellinger

Indiana Secretary of Commerce

One N Capitol Ave., Ste. 700

Indianapolis, IN 46024

in.gov/iedc

P: 317-232-8800; F: 317-233-5123

Indiana State

Department of Agriculture

Ted McKinney, Director

1 N Capitol Ave., Ste 600

Indianapolis, IN 46204

in.gov/isda

P: 317-232-8770

Indiana State Police

100 N Senate Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46204

in.gov/isp

P: 317-232-8241

Kokomo/Howard County

Governmental Coordinating Council

209 S Union Street

Kokomo, IN 46901

kokomompo.com

P: 765-456-2336; F: 765-459-9184

Office of the Governor

Eric Holcomb

206 State House

Indianapolis, IN 46204

in.gov/gov

P: 317-232-4567; F: 317-232-3443

Office of the Lt. Governor

Suzanne Crouch

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

P.O. Box 423; 926 S Boundary Street

Tell City, IN 47586

pcrailport.com

P: 812-547-3586; F: 812-547-6266

Ohio River Port, Railroad, logistics and

development

Portage Economic

Development Corp.

Andy Maletta

Business Development Manager

amaletta@portagein.org

2642 Eleanor Street

Portage, IN 46368

portagein.org

P: 219-406-3731; C: 219-742-5914

Full support for development, growth, success,

attraction and innovation of biz in Portage. Leading

partnerships, tech development/training, regional

collaboration & building a skilled workforce.

Portage Economic

Development Corp.

Amy Parker

Business Development Manager

aparker@portagein.org

2642 Eleanor Street

Portage, IN 46368

portagein.org

P: 219-762-9761

Full service support for development, growth, success,

attraction and innovation. Community leader through

partnerships, technological development/training, and

building a skilled workforce.

Portage Township Assessor’s Office

Maureen Wendrickx

Chief Deputy Assessor

Portage Township

mwendrickx@porterco.org

155 Indiana Ave., Ste. 211

Valparaiso, IN 46383

porterco.org

P: 219-465-3460

Porter County Board of

Commissioners

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

Sarah Beth Meighen, Auditor

poseyauditor@poseycountyin.gov

126 E 3rd Street, Rm. 220

Mount Vernon, IN 47620

poseycountyin.gov

P: 812-838-1300

U.S. Coast Guard District Eight

Hale Boggs Federal Building, 500

Poydras Street, Ste. 1240

New Orleans, LA 70130

uscg.mil

P: 504-589-6225

Mississippi, Tennessee, Ohio River Watersheds regions

U.S. Coast Guard District Nine

1240 E 9th Street

Cleveland, OH 44199

uscg.mil

P: 216-902-6118

Great Lakes region

U.S. Coast Guard, Lake Michigan

Command Center

2420 S Lincoln Memorial Drive

Milwaukee, WI 53207

uscg.mil

P: 414-747-7182

U.S. Coast Guard, Ohio Valley

Command Center

600 Martin Luther King Jr., Mazzoli

Federal Bldg., Room 421

Louisville, KY 40202

uscg.mil

P: 502-779-5422

Regional Organizations

Adams County Economic

Development Corp.

Trevor Hobbs, Executive Director

info@adamscountyedc.com

313 W Jefferson Street, PO Box 492

Decatur, IN 46733

adamscountyedc.com

P: 260-724-2588; F: 260-724-9735

Provide assistance to current and potential

Adams County employers in the creation and

retention of jobs.

Area Plan Commission of

Tippecanoe County

Sallie Dell Fahey, Executive Director

sfahey@tippecanoe.in.gov

20 N 3rd Street

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

jacob@BlackfordIndiana.com

121 N High St

Hartford City, IN 47348

BlackfordIndiana.com

P: 765-348-4944

Economic development services for business

expansion and attraction

Bloomington City Planning Dept.

P.O. Box 100, 401 N Morton, Ste. 130

Bloomington, IN 47402

bloomington.in.gov/planning

P: 812-349-3423; F: 812-349-3520

Bloomington Economic

Development Corp.

1720 N Kinser Pike, Ste. 001

Bloomington, IN 47404

comparebloomington.us

P: 812-335-7346

Boone County Economic

Development Corp.

Molly Whitehead, Executive Director

mwhitehead@booneedc.org

218 E Washington Street

Lebanon, IN 46052

booneedc.org

P: 765-482-5761; F: 765-482-5782

Brown County Economic

Development Commission

P.O. Box 372

Nashville, IN 47448

browncountyeconomicdevelopment.com

P: 812-988-2205

Carroll County Economic

Development Commission

119 W Franklin Street

Delphi, IN 46923

carrollcountyedc.com

P: 765-564-2060; F: 765-564-2207

Cass Logansport Economic

Development Organization

311 S Fifth Street

Logansport, IN 46947

connectincass.com

P: 574-722-5988; F: 574-735-0909

City of Anderson

120 E Eighth Street

Anderson, IN 46018

cityofanderson.com

P: 765-648-6112; F: 765-648-5911

City of East Chicago Planning &

Economic Development

Ebony Stringer

ewstringer@eastchicago.com

4444 Railroad Ave.

East Chicago, IN 46312

eastchicago.com

P: 219-391-8205; F: 219-391-8522

City of Fort Wayne Community

Development Division

200 E Berry, Ste. 320

Fort Wayne, IN 46802

fwcommunitydevelopment.org

P: 260-427-1127

City of Marion Community and

Economic Development

301 S Branson Street

Marion, IN 46952

marionindiana.us

P: 765-662-9931

City of Valparaiso

Patrick Lyp

General Counsel/Economic

Development Director

plyp@valpo.us

162 W Lincolnway

Valparaiso, IN 46383

valpoedc.com

P: 219-548-4814; C: 219-476-6110

The City of Valparaiso is located about 18

miles south of the Ports of Indiana. The City

is home to the Porter County Airport, several

rail carriers and both inter- and intra- state

highways.

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

jim@GoSoIN.com

315 Southern Indiana Ave.

Jeffersonville, IN 47130

GoSoIN.com

P: 812-282-6654

Market research, hospitality development

data, tourism marketing, meetings planning

assistance and servicing.

Clinton County Economic

Development

301 E Clinton Street

Frankfort, IN 46041

ccinchamber.org

P: 765-654-5507

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: 317-638-2107

Cornerstone Environmental

Health and Safety Inc.

Cynthia McMillan, Sales and

Marketing Coordinator

cmcmillan@corner-enviro.com

880 Lennox Court

Zionsville, IN 46077

corner-enviro.com

P: 800-285-2569 xt 304

F: 317-733-2481

Environmental and worker safety compliance

services for regulated community as well as

ISO, IATF, AS, OHSAS and custom software

solutions. Service clients throughout North

America, Europe and Asia.

Corp. for Economic Development

Anderson/Madison County

2705 Enterprise Drive, Ste. 161

Anderson, IN 46013

cedanderson.com

P: 765-642-1860

Crawford County Economic

Development

6225 E Industrial Lane

Leavenworth, IN 47137

selectcrawfordcounty.com

P: 812-739-2248

Crossroads Regional Chamber of

Commerce

9101 Taft Street

Merrillville, IN 46410

crossroadschamber.org

P: 219-769-8180; F: 219-736-6223

Crown Point Economic

Development

11035 Broadway, Ste F

Crown Point, IN 46307

crownpoint.in.gov

P: 219-663-3303

Dearborn County Economic

Development Initiative

Terri Randall

County Administrator & Economic

Development Director

trandall@dearborncounty.in.gov

215B W High Street

Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

dearborncountyedi.com

P: 812-532-2085; C: 812-584-8761

Central point of contact for economic

development questions for Dearborn County,

Indiana. Located in the Cincinnati Metro area.

Delaware-Muncie Metropolitan Plan

Commission

100 W Main Street

Muncie, IN 47305

co.delaware.in.us

P: 765-747-7740; F: 765-747-7744

Develop Indy

Ian Nicolini, Vice President

inicolini@indychamber.com

111 Monument Circle, Ste. 1950

Indianapolis, IN 46204

indychamber.com

P: 317-464-2222

Dubois Strong

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 Street, Ste. 400

Evansville, IN 47708

southwestindiana.org

P: 812-423-2020; C: 812-423-2020

Provides demographic and site data about SW Indiana

Economic Development Corp.

Greensburg Decatur County

314 W Washington Street

Greensburg, IN 47240

edcgdc.com

P: 812-222-2520; F: 812-222-2506

Economic Development

Corporation Michigan City

Clarence Hulse, Executive Director

clarenceh@adcmc.com

Two Cadence Park Plaza

Michigan City, IN 46360

edcmc.com

P: 219-873-1211; F: 219-873-1595

Economic Development Group of

Wabash County Inc.

Keith Gillenwater, President & CEO

kgillenwater@edgwc.com

214 S Wabash Street

Wabash, IN 46992

edgwc.com

P: 260-563-5258; F: 260-563-6920

EDC of Elkhart County

300 NIBCO Pkwy., Ste. 201

Elkhart, IN 46516

elkhartcountybiz.com

P: 574-293-5627; F: 574-343-2951

EDC of Wayne County, Indiana

Valerie Shaffer, President

valerie@edcwc.com

PO Box 1919

Richmond, IN 47375

edcwc.com

P: 765-983-4769

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Fulton Economic Development Corp.

822 Main Street

Rochester, IN 46975

fultondevelopment.org

P: 574-223-3326; F: 574-224-2329

Gibson County Economic

Development Corp.

127 N Hart Street

Princeton, IN 47670

gibsoncountyedc.org

P: 812-386-0002; F: 812-386-6054

Ginovus

8888 Keystone Crossing, Ste. 1450

Indianapolis, IN 46240

ginovus.com

P: 317-819-0890; F: 317-819-0888

Grant County Economic

Growth Council

Tim Eckerle, Executive Director

teckerle@grantcounty.com

301 S Adams Street, 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 Fort Wayne Inc.

John Urbahns

Executive Vice President of

Economic Development

jurbahns@greaterfortwayneinc.com

200 E Main Street, Ste. 800

Fort Wayne, IN 46802

greaterfortwayneinc.com

P: 260-420-6945

We support local business, attract new business

and work to improve our community’s quality

of place to grow jobs, wages and the economy.

Greater Kokomo Economic

Development Alliance

700 E Firmin Street, Ste. 200

Kokomo, IN 46902

greaterkokomo.com

P: 765-457-2000; F: 765-452-4564

Greater Lafayette Commerce

337 Columbia Street

Lafayette, IN 47902

greaterlafayettecommerce.com

P: 765-742-4044; F: 765-742-6276

Greater LaPorte Economic

Development Corp.

809 Washington Street, Ste. A

LaPorte, IN 46350

gledc.com

P: 219-324-8584

Business attraction, retention & expansion,

industrial development

Greencastle/Putnam County

Development Center Inc.

Kristin Clary, Executive Director

kristin@gcpcdc.com

2 S Jackson Street

Greencastle, IN 46135

Hamilton County Economic

Development Corp.

Tim Monger, President & CEO

tim.monger@investhamiltoncounty.com

37 E Main Street

Carmel, IN 46032

investhamiltoncounty.com

P: 317-573-4950

Hammond Development Corp.

Director of Economic Development

admin@hdcnwi.org

5246 Hohman Ave.

Hammond, IN 46320

hammonddevelopmentcorp.com

P: 219-853-6508; F: 219-853-6334

Hancock Development Council

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 Street

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

Jeff Pipkin, Executive Director

jeff@hcedp.org

5250 E US Hwy 36, Ste. 1101

Avon, IN 46123

hcedp.org

P: 317-745-2400; C: 317-268-2024

The Hendricks County Economic

Development Partnership (HCEDP) provides

business services that include site location,

incentive negotiation, workforce assistance

and local business data information.

Huntington County Economic

Development

8 W Market Street

Huntington, IN 46750

hcued.com

P: 260-356-5688; F: 260-358-5962

Indiana 15 Regional Planning

Commission

221 E First Street

Ferdinand, IN 47532

ind15rpc.org

P: 812-367-8455; F: 812-367-8171

Indiana Economic Development Assoc.

125 W Market Street, Ste. 300

Indianapolis, IN 46204

ieda.org

P: 317-313-8365; F: 317-634-5964

Indiana Economic Development Corp.

Elaine Bedel, President

One N Capitol Ave., Ste. 700

Indianapolis, IN 46024

in.gov/iedc

P: 317-232-8800; F: 317-233-5123

Indiana West Advantage

Tom Utley, Executive Director

tutley@indianawest.com

200 S Washington Street, Ste. 305

Crawfordsville, IN 47933

indianawest.com

P: 765-362-6851

Indianapolis MPO

200 E Washington Street

Indianapolis, IN 46204

indympo.org

P: 317-327-5431; F: 317-327-5950

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Indy Chamber

111 Monument Cir., Ste. 1950

Indianapolis, IN 46204

indychamber.com

P: 317-464-2200; F: 317-464-2217

Indy Partnership

Paula Galloway

Manager, Business Development

pgalloway@indypartnership.com

111 Monument Cir., Ste. 1950

Indianapolis, IN 46204

indypartnership.com

P: 317-464-2204; C: 317-695-6613

9 county regional economic development

organization

Jackson County Industrial

Development Corp.

P.O. Box 783; 301 N Chestnut

Seymour, IN 47274

jcidc.com

P: 812-522-4951; F: 812-522-1235

Jasper County Economic

Development Organization

Kevin Kelly, President

kevin@jaspercountyin.com

223 W Kellner Blvd.

Rensselaer, IN 47978

jaspercountyin.com

P: 219-866-3080

Jay County Development Corp.

118 S Meridian Street, Ste. B

Portland, IN 47371

jaycountydevelopment.org

P: 260-726-9311; F: 260-726-4477

Jefferson County Industrial

Development Corp.

Matt Wirth, Executive Director

mwirth@madisonindiana.com

301 E Main Street

Madison, IN 47250

madisonindiana.com

P: (812) 265-4769; F: 812-274-0204

Jennings County Economic

Development Commission

1865 W U.S. 50

North Vernon, IN 47265

jenningsedc.com

P: 812-346-2388; F: 812-346-7992

Kankakee-Iroquois Regional

Planning Commission

Edwin Buswell, Executive Director

elb@kirpc.net

115 E Fourth Street

Monon, IN 47959

kirpc.net

P: 219-253-6658

Knox County Development Corp.

1101 N 3rd Street

Vincennes, IN 47591

kcdc.com

P: 812-886-6993; F: 812-886-0888

LaGrange County Economic

Development Corp.

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 Street

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 Street

Bedford, IN 47421

lawrencecountygrowth.com

P: 812-275-4493; F: 812-279-5998

Lincolnland Economic

Development Corp.

Tom Utter, Executive Director

tomutter555@gmail.com

2792 N U.S. Hwy 231

Rockport, IN 47536

ledc.org

P: 812-649-2119; C: 812-686-3555

F: 812-649-2236

Providing sites

Madison County Council

of Governments

Jerrold Bridges, Executive Director

jerry@heartlandmpo.org

16 E Ninth Street

Anderson, IN 46016

mccog.net

P: 765-641-9482; F: 765-641-9486

Marshall County Economic

Development Corp.

2864 Miller Drive

Plymouth, IN 46563

marshallcountyedc.org

P: 574-935-8499; F: 574-936-2645

Provides assistance with locations, expansions

& start-ups

Miami County Economic

Development Authority

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

1120 County-City Building

227 W Jefferson Blvd.

South Bend, IN 46601

macog.com

P: 574-674-8894; F: 574-287-1840

Transportation planning

Morgan County Economic

Development Corp.

P.O. Box 606; 4 E Harrison Street

Mooresville, IN 46158

morgancoed.com

P: 317-831-9544; F: 317-831-9548

Muncie-Delaware County Chamber

of Commerce

Jay Julian, President/CEO

jjulian@muncie.com

P.O. Box 842; 401 S High Street

Muncie, IN 47308

muncie.com

P: 765-288-6681; F: 765-751-9151

Muncie-Delaware County, Indiana

Economic Development Alliance

401 S High Street

Muncie, IN 47305

muncie.com

P: 765-751-9104; F: 765-751-9151

Nappanee Area Chamber

of Commerce

302 W Market Street

Nappanee, IN 46550

nappaneechamber.com

P: 574-773-7812; F: 574-773-4691

Newton County Economic &

Community Development

ncedc@newtoncounty.in.gov

4117 S 240 W

Morocco, IN 47963

newtoncountyin.com

P: 219-285-0653; F: 219-285-0190

Noble County Economic

Development Corp.

110 S Orange Street

Albion, IN 46701

noblecountyedc.com

P: 260-636-3800; F: 260-636-3602

Northeast Indiana Regional

Partnership

200 E Main Street, 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

200 E Berry Street, Ste. 230

Fort Wayne, IN 46802

nircc.com

P: 260-449-7309; F: 260-449-8652

Regional economic development & planning

organization and transportation planning

Northwest Indiana

Business Roundtable

Ruth Siemer, Manager

rsimer@nwibrt.org

1330 Arrowhead Court

Crown Point, IN 46307

nwibrt.org

P: 219-226-0300; F: 219-226-0303

Independent, non-profit council of local

firms committed to the improvement of

construction and maintenance projects in

Northwest Indiana

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

Site selection/location assistance, data

analysis, business expansion, state & local

environmental permitting process guidance.

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.

One Southern Indiana

Matt Hall, Executive Vice President

matth@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

Orange County Economic

Development Partnership

P.O. Box 281; 200 W Court Street, #2

Paoli, IN 47454

ocedp.com

P: 812-723-3388; F: 812-723-5684

Owen County Economic

Development

P.O. Box 87; 119 S Main Street

Spencer, IN 47460

owencountyindiana.org

P: 812-829-3245; F: 812-829-0936

Parke County Economic

Development

105 N Market Street

Rockville, IN 47872

parkecountydevelopment.com

P: 765-569-0226

Perry County Chamber

of Commerce

Cheri Taylor, Executive Director

perrychamber@psci.net

P.O. Box 82; 601 Main Street, Ste. A

Tell City, IN 47586

perrycountychamber.com

P: 812-547-2385; F: 812-547-3878

Perry County Development Corp.

601 Main Street, Ste. A

Tell City, IN 47586

pickperry.com

P: 812-547-8377; F: 812-547-8378

Pike County Economic Growth &

Development Council

P.O. Box 204; 714 1/2 Main Street

Petersburg, IN 47567

pikecogrowth.org

P: 812-354-2271

Plymouth Area Chamber

of Commerce

Connie Holzwart, Executive Director

plychamber@plychamber.org

120 N Michigan Street

Plymouth, IN 46563

plychamber.org

P: 574-936-2323

Portage Economic

Development Corp.

Amy Parker

Business Development Manager

aparker@portagein.org

2642 Eleanor Street

Portage, IN 46368

portagein.org

P: 219-762-9761

Full service support for development, growth, success,

attraction and innovation. Community leader through

partnerships, technological development/training, and

building a skilled workforce.

Posey County Economic

Development Partnership

Brittaney Johnson

Executive Director

bjohnson@pcedp.com

915 E Fourth Street; P.O. 643

Mount Vernon, IN 47620

pcedp.com

P: 812-838-6500; F: 812-838-6358

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Radius Indiana

Stacy Burris

Director of Community Development

s.shonk-burris@radiusindiana.com

1504 I Street

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.

123 W Franklin Street, Ste. 201

Winchester, IN 47394

randolph-county.org

P: 765-584-3266; F: 765-584-3622

Region III A Development & RPC

Jessica Grossman, Executive Director

jgrossman@region3a.org

217 Fairview Blvd.

Kendallville, IN 46755

region3a.org

P: 260-347-4714; F: 260-347-4718

Ripley County Economic

Development Corp.

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

Shelby County Development Corp.

16 Public Square, Ste. A

Shelbyville, IN 46176

shelbydevelopment.com

P: 317-398-8903; F: 317-398-8915

South Bend Dept. of Community Investment

Brian Pawlowski, Executive Director

bpawlows@southbendin.gov

227 W Jefferson Blvd., Ste. 1400 S

South Bend, IN 46601

southbendin.gov

P: 574-235-9375; C: ; F: 574-235-9021

Southeastern Indiana Regional

Planning Commission

405 W U.S. 60

Versailles, IN 47042

sirpc.org

P: 812-689-5505; F: 812-689-3526

Economic and community development

Southwest Indiana Chamber

Christy Gillenwater, President & CEO

cgillenwater@swinchamber.com

318 Main Street, Ste. 401

Evansville, IN 47708

swinchamber.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

Southwest Indiana Development Council

Alvin C. Evans, President

alvin@pickperry.com

601 Main Street, Ste. A

Tell City, IN 47586

swidc.org

P: 812-547-8377; F: 812-547-8378

Starke County Economic

Development Foundation

1915 S Heaton Street

Knox, IN 46534

scedf.biz

P: 800-359-5627; C: 574-806-3030

F: 574-772-5912

Industrial parks/sites, assistance & coordination of state

& local incentives, state & local permitting processes

Steuben County Economic

Development Corp.

330 Intertech Parkway, Ste. 231

Angola, IN 46703

steubenedc.com

P: 260-665-6889; F: 260-624-2749

Terre Haute Economic

Development Corp.

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

401 E Colfax Ave., Ste. 310

South Bend, IN 46617

sjchamber.org

P: 574-400-4000; F: 574-289-0358

Tipton County Economic

Development Organization

114 S Main Street

Tipton, IN 46072

tiptoncountyusa.com

P: 765-675-7418; F: 765-675-7417

Valpo Chamber

162 W Lincolnway

Valparaiso, IN 46383

valpochamber.org

P: 219-462-1105; F: 219-462-5710

Vermillion County Economic

Development Council

259 Vine Street

Clinton, IN 47842

vermillioncountyedc.com

P: 765-832-3870; F: 765-832-3871

Warrick County Chamber of Commerce

P.O. Box 377

Boonville, IN 47601

warrickcounty.us

P: 812-897-2340; F: 812-897-2360

Warrick County Economic

Development Department

4763 Rosebud Lane, Ste. C

Newburgh, IN 47630

successwarrickcounty.com

P: 812-858-3555; F: 812-585-3558

Washington County Economic

Growth Partnership

Sabrina Burdine, Executive Director

sabrina.burdine@wcegp.org

1707 N Shelby Street, Ste. 109

Salem, IN 47167

wcegp.org

P: 812-883-8803; F: 812-883-8739

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Regional Organizations

Smart Solutions

IT Services

Technology

Equipment

Furniture

Supplies

Solving Indiana’s and Illinois’

business needs since 1921

Promotions Find out more at www.McShanes.com or call 1.800.837.1400

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Regional Organizations | Steel Fabrication | Utilities ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Wells County Chamber of Commerce

& Economic Development

211 W Water Street

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 47805

westcentralin.com

P: 812-238-1561; F: 812-238-1564

Work with federal, state and local partners to build

strong communities and improve quality of life in

West Central Indiana. Services include economic

development and transportation planning.

White County Economic Development

124 N Main Street, Ste. A

Monticello, IN 47960

whitecountyin.org

P: 574-583-6557; F: 574-583-6230

Whitley County EDC

Jon Myers

jmyers@whitleyedc.com

220 W Van Buren Street, Ste. 102

Columbia City, IN 46725

whitleyedc.com

P: 260-244-5506; C: 260-609-5579

Steel Fabrication

Steel Cities Steels

Mike Anderson, Business

Development Manager

manderson@scsmetals.com

395 Melton Road

Burns Harbor, IN 46304

scsmetals.com

P: 219-787-9500; F: 219-787-9501

Steel Fabrication

Utilities

Citizens Gas

2020 N Meridian Street

Indianapolis, IN 46202

citizensenergygroup.com

P: 317-927-4328

Clark County REMC

7810 State Road 60

Sellersburg, IN 47172

theremc.com

P: 812-246-3316

CompressAir

Jessika Pokropinski, Sales

Representative

sales@compressair.net

1758 Genesis Drive

LaPorte, IN 46350

compressair.net

P: 219-369-4880; F: 219-785-8426

Compressor sales & service, air auditing

Duke Energy Economic

Development Team

Erin Schneider

1000 E. Main St.

Plainfield, IN 46168

P: 317-838-1257

locationindiana.com

Harding Group

Sierra Smith

ssmith@hardinggroup.com

10151 Hague Road

Indianapolis, IN 46256

hardinggroup.com

P: 317-849-9666

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 Municipal Power Agency

11610 N College Ave.

Carmel, IN 46032

impa.com

P: 317-575-3879; F: 317-575-3372

Indiana Natural Gas Corp.

P.O. Box 450; 1080 W Hospital Road

Paoli, IN 47454

indiananatural.com

P: 812-723-2151; F: 812-723-2188

Mount Vernon Water & Sewage

Chuck Gray, Water Superintendent

cgray@mountvernon-in.com

P.O. Box 506

Mount Vernon, IN 47620

vision-e.org

P: 812-838-2136; F: 812-838-8720

Northern Indiana Public Service Co.

801 E 86th Ave.

Merrillville, IN 46410

nipsco.com

P: 800-262-6477

Utilities & economic development

Ohio Valley Gas Corp.

Scott Williams, General Manager

swilliams@ovgc.com

111 Energy Park Drive

Winchester, IN 47394

ovgc.com

P: 765-584-6842

Silver Creek Water Corp.

P.O. Box 102

Sellersburg, IN 47172

silvercreekwater.org

P: 812-246-2889; F: 812-246-6503

Wabash Valley Power Association

Brian Anderson, Executive Director

b_anderson@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

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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

7PSolutions

Jeff Clark, CEO

jclark@7pgps.com

136 N Van Buren Street

Nashville, IN 47448

7pgps.com

P: 812-988-4430; C: 317-410-9498

GPS monitoring, cargo security, climate

control, fleet management, food and

pharmaceutical comliance

A Plus Brokerage

P.O. Box 926

Plymouth, IN 46563

aplusbrokerage.biz

P: 574-936-4767; F: 574-936-6714

Agribusiness Council of Indiana

Amy Cornell, President

acornell@inagribiz.org

P. O. Box 203

Zionsville, IN 46077

inagribiz.org

P: 317-454-8055; F: 888-542-2928

The Agribusiness Council of Indiana includes

the IN Grain and Feed and IN Plant Food and

Ag Chemicals Assoc. Members include grain,

feed, fertilizer and ag chemical companies and

industry services.

APPIAN Inc.

One N Capitol, Ste. 1050

Indianapolis, IN 46204

appianadvisors.com

P: 317-822-9205

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP

Jennifer Jett, Chief Marketing Officer

jjett@boselaw.com

111 Monument Circle, Ste. 2700

Indianapolis, IN 46204

boselaw.com

P: 317-684-5000; C: 317-684-5214

F: 317-684-5173

Legal services including corporate, contracts,

real estate, zoning, construction, economic

development, environmental and litigation

matters.

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; Wa

Cornerstone Environmental, Health

and Safety Inc.

Cynthia McMillan, Sales and

Marketing Coordinator

cmcmillan@corner-enviro.com

880 Lennox Ct.

Zionsville, IN 46077

corner-enviro.com

P: 800-285-2569 xt 304

F: 317-733-2481

Environmental and worker safety compliance

services for regulated community as well as

ISO, IATF, AS, OHSAS and custom software

solutions. Service clients throughout North

America, Europe and Asia.

Emergency Radio Service

P.O. Box 110

Ligonier, IN 46767

ers2way.com

P: 260-894-4145; F: 260-894-7581

Wireless voice & data, inventory management,

mobile computing

ERS - OCI

info@ers-oci.com

1815 21st Street

Columbus, IN 47201

ers-oci.com

P: 812-376-9652; F: 812-376-9729

Wireless, broadband and nationwide

communications

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

Great Lakes Inspection

Robert Sinnokrak, Marine Surveyor

grtlksinsp@g-lakes.com

P.O. Box 1517

Homewood, IL 60430

P: 773-721-5535; F: 773-721-5315

Ship/barge/cargo inspection services

Indiana Constructors Inc.

Richard Hedgecock, President

rhedgecock@indianaconstructors.org

One N Capitol, Ste. 1000

Indianapolis, IN 46204

indianaconstructors.org

P: 317-472-6777

Indiana Constructors Inc (ICI) is the statewide

trade association dedicated to promoting

opportunity and excellence in Indiana’s

highway, heavy and utility contractors.

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

Stategic planning, feasibility and marketing

assessments, business communications,

diversity services, community engagement,

program development, MBE, WBE Certified.

JobsInLogistics.com

JobsInTrucks.com

Sean Horton

Director of Business Development

sean@jobsinlogistics.com

2424 Graysford Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46234

jobsinlogistics.com

P: 317-672-2988; C: 317-657-5311

Customized recruitment solutions for trucking,

distribution and logistics employers.

McShane’s Business

Products & Solutions

Brian McShane, President

bmcshane@mcshanes.com

3310 Hickory Road

Mishawaka, IN 46545

mcshanes.com

P: 800-837-1400

IT, copiers, and office supplies

McShane’s Business

Products & Solutions

Brian McShane, President

bmcshane@mcshanes.com

1844 45th Street

Munster, IN 46321

mcshanes.com

P: 219-924-1400; F: 219-924-9208

IT, copiers, and office supplies

Midwest Business Brokers

julie@midwest-brokers.com

4626 W Jefferson Blvd., Ste. 125

Fort Wayne, IN 46804

midwest-brokers.com

P: 260-432-3000; F: 260-436-1776

Consultants

Midwest Toxicology Services LLC

Susie Fields, Sales & Marketing

susie.fields@midwesttox.com

603 E Washington Street, Ste. 200

Indianapolis, IN 46204

midwesttox.com

P: 317-262-2200; F: 317-262-2222

Managed drug testing programs DOT & non-

DOT; onsite collections available

Newmark Knight Frank Halakar

Jenna Barnett, President

jbarnett@nkfhalakar.com

41 E Washington Street, Ste. 333

Indianapolis, IN 46204

ngkf.com

P: 317-964-0000 ext. 224

F: 317-964-1144

Commercial Real Estate

Sirva

5001 U.S. 30 W

Fort Wayne, IN 46818

sirva.com

P: 260-429-3351; F: 260-429-1589

Relocation services

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES Business Consulting

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Business Consulting | Couriers | Engineering/Architectural Services PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Theme Work Analytics LLC

Parasuram Balasubramanian

Chief Executive Officer

balasubp@gmail.com

328 Westview Circle

West Lafayette, IN 47906

themeworkanalytics.com

P: 765-637-3020

Strategy advisor on market segmentation,

market penetration, and product functionality

assessment; release management; version

release linked to revenue generation

Transystems

David Maas

Sr. Vice President of Freight Market

dkmaas@transystems.com

1051 Perimeter Drive

Schaumburg, IL 60173

transystems.com

P: 847-605-9600

Transportation consulting

U.S. Commercial Service - Indiana

Mark Cooper, Director

mark.cooper@trade.gov

46 E Ohio Street, Ste. 508

Indianapolis, IN 46204

export.gov

P: 317-226-6153

Export assistance, matchmaking, consultation,

and education

Couriers

Aptus Delivery Systems

2040 S Lynhurst Drive, Ste. L

Indianapolis, IN 46241

aptusdeliverysystems.com

P: 317-390-0111; F: 317-390-0112

Aptus Delivery Systems

3230 Rosetta Place

South Bend, IN 46628

aptusdeliverysystems.com

P: 574-217-7587; F: 574-232-0069

Aptus Delivery Systems

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

6530 Glen Lake Court

Fort Wayne, IN 46814

boyertrans.com

P: 260-676-2140; F: 260-672-9540

Regional delivery and courier service

JobsInLogistics.com

JobsInTrucks.com

Sean Horton

Director of Business Development

sean@jobsinlogistics.com

2424 Graysford Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46234

jobsinlogistics.com

P: 317-672-2988; C: 317-657-5311

Customized recruitment solutions for trucking,

distribution and logistics employers.

Now Courier Inc.

Ryan Schwalbach, President

rschwalbach@nowcourier.com

111 E McCarty Street

Indianapolis, IN 46225

nowcourier.com

P: 317-638-7071; F: 317-638-7016

Same-day courier; distribution services; dedicated

drivers; fleet replacement/management; focus

of medical, automotive, office supplies, banking,

payroll, warehouse, box truck

Special Dispatch

3560 Developers Road

Indianapolis, IN 46227

specialdispatchinc.com

P: 317-787-0608; F: 317-791-2760

Courier/delivery since 1965; offering 1hr, 2hr

& same-day service; on-demand box truck

& tractor-trailer; warehouse & cross-dock

service; hazmat and TSA certified; open

24/7-365

Engineering/

Architectural Services

American Structurepoint Inc.

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

Banning Engineering

Sarah Browning

Director of Business Development

info@banning-eng.com

853 Columbia Road, Ste. 101

Plainfield, IN 46168

banning-eng.com

P: 317-707-3747; F: 317-707-3647

BF&S

8450 Westfield Blvd., Ste. 300

Indianapolis, IN 46240

bfsengr.com

P: 317-713-4615; F: 317-713-4616

Clark Dietz Engineers

Wes Christmas, Vice President

wes.christmas@clarkdietz.com

8900 Keystone Crossing, Ste. 900

Indianapolis, IN 46240

clarkdietz.com

P: 317-844-8900; F: 317-844-9158

DLZ Indiana

Miguel A. Trevino, Vice President

mtrevino@dlz.com

111 W Columbia Street, Ste. 100

Fort Wayne, IN 46802

dlz.com

P: 260-420-3114; F: 260-420-0240

DLZ Indiana

Brian Glaze, President

bglaze@dlz.com

2211 E Jefferson Blvd.

South Bend, IN 46615

dlz.com

P: 574-236-4400; F: 574-236-4471

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

Mike Falk, PE, CEO & President

mfalk@falk.pli.com

6370 Ameriplex Drive, Ste. 100

Portage, IN 46368

falk-pli.com

P: 219-762-7024; F: 219-764-4261

Architecture, engineering, land surveying,

construction management

Flex Manage

info@flexmanage.com

333-D N Plaza E Blvd.

Evansville, IN 47715

flexmanage.com

P: 812-473-2424

Flex Manage

info@flexmanage.com

120 S LaSalle, Ste. 1200

Chicago, IL 60603

flexmanage.com

Hayes Mechanical

Larry Klein, Vice President of

Marketing

lklein@hayesmechanical.com

5959 S Harlem Ave.

Chicago, IL 60638

hayesmechanical.com

P: 773-292-2397

Pipe fabrication/erect, equipment setting,

boiler services, STRUCT. STL., HVAC

Hodge Design Assoc.

info@hodgestructural.com

22 Chestnut Street

Evansville, IN 47713

hodgestructural.com

P: 812-422-2558; F: 812-422-3337

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

MartinRiley

John Dockrey

Director of Business Development

jdockrey@martin-riley.com

221 W Baker Street

Fort Wayne, IN 46802

martin-riley.com

P: 260-422-7994; F: 260-426-2067

Michael Baker International Inc.

1650 Lyndon Farm Court, Ste. 101

Louisville, KY 40223

mbakerintl.com

P: 502-339-3557; F: 502-339-4486

Moore & Associates

P.O. Box 625

Mount Vernon, IN 47620

maitech.com

P: 812-838-4000; F: 812-838-4050

Morley and Associates, Inc

James E. Morley, President

jem@morleycorp.com

4800 Rosebud Lane

Newburgh, IN 47630

morleycorp.com

P: 812-464-9585; F: 812-464-2514

Morley provides architecture, engineering and

land surveying services to both public and

private clients.

Opus Group, The

3610 River Crossing Pkwy., Ste. 230

Indianapolis, IN 46240

opus-group.com

P: 317-705-0444; F: 317-705-1444

Commercial designer, builder, developer

Panzica Building Corp.

416 E Monroe Street, Ste. 320

South Bend, IN 46601

panzica.net

P: 574-234-0124; F: 574-234-1023

Design/build & development

Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade &

Douglas Inc.

Shelby Swango, Area Manager

swangos@pbworld.com

300 N Meridian Street, Ste. 990

Indianapolis, IN 46204

pbworld.com

P: 317-972-1706; F: 317-972-1708

Patriot Engineering and

Environmental Inc.

Jeff Ward, Branch Manager

jward@patrioteng.com

580 N 36th Street, Ste. B

Lafayette, IN 47905

patrioteng.com

P: 765-447-4477

REES Alexander

Stephen Alexander, President/

Principal Architect

steve@princealexander.biz

21 W Merrill Street

Indianapolis, IN 46225

princealexander.com

P: 317-261-0070; C: ; F: 317-536-1854

RQAW

Troy Woodruff, Co-President/CEO

twoodruff@rqaw.com

10401 N Meridian Street

Indianapolis, IN 46290

rqaw.com

P: 317-815-7200

Consulting Engineers & Architects

The Great Lakes Towing Company

Joe Starck, President

jps@thegreatlakesgroup.com

4500 Division Avenue

Cleveland, OH 44102

thegreatlakesgroup.com

P: 216-621-4854

Towage, including harbor assist, barge towing,

ice breaking, salvage, and Shipyard Services,

including drydocking , vessel construction,

conversion and repair.

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Transystems

Rick Ferrin

Vice President of Ports and Marine

rfferrin@transystems.com

4500 Salisbury Road N, #440

Jacksonville, FL 32216

transystems.com

P: 904-245-6532; F: 904-245-6510

Operations analysis & simulation,

transportation security

URS Corp.

One Indiana Square, Ste. 2100

Indianapolis, IN 46204

urscorp.com

P: 317-532-5400; F: 317-532-5499

Wessler Engineering

Jeff Burks

Director of Business Development

JeffB@wesslerengineering.com

5401 Vogel Road, Ste. 710

Evansville, IN 47715

wesslerengineering.com

P: 812-475-1690; F: 812-475-1691

Woolpert

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

Environmental Services

ACM Engineering &

Environmental Services

Pat Griffin, President

patgriffin@acmenv.com

2100 Goshen Road, Ste. 200

Fort Wayne, IN 46808

acmenv.com

P: 260-483-9795; F: 260-484-0652

AECOMM

Steve Robinson, Site Manager

steven.w.robinson@aecom.com

One Indiana Square, Ste. 2100

Indianapolis, IN 46204

aecom.com

P: 317-532-5400

American Environmental Corp.

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

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP

Jennifer Jett, Chief Marketing Officer

jjett@boselaw.com

111 Monument Circle, Ste. 2700

Indianapolis, IN 46204

boselaw.com

P: 317-684-5000; C: 317-684-5214

F: 317-684-5173

Legal services including corporate, contracts,

real estate, zoning, construction, economic

development, environmental and litigation

matters.

Cardno

Greg Quartucci, Office Manager

greg.quartucci@cardno.com

3901 Industrial Blvd.

Indianapolis, IN 46254

cardno.com

P: 317-388-1982; F: 317-388-1986

Cardno

Greg Quartucci, Office Manager

greg.quartucci@cardno.com

708 Roosevelt Road

Walkerton, IN 46574

cardno.com

P: 574-586-3400; F: 574-586-3446

Cornerstone Environmental

Health and Safety Inc.

Cynthia McMillan

Sales and Marketing Coordinator

cmcmillan@corner-enviro.com

880 Lennox Court

Zionsville, IN 46077

corner-enviro.com

P: 800-285-2569 xt 304

F: 317-733-2481

Environmental and worker safety compliance

services for regulated community as well as

ISO, IATF, AS, OHSAS and custom software

solutions. Service clients throughout North

America, Europe and Asia.

DLZ Indiana

Miguel A. Trevino, Vice President

mtrevino@dlz.com

111 W Columbia Street, Ste. 100

Fort Wayne, IN 46802

dlz.com

P: 260-420-3114; F: 260-420-0240

DLZ Indiana

Brian Glaze, President

bglaze@dlz.com

2211 E Jefferson Blvd.

South Bend, IN 46615

dlz.com

P: 574-236-4400; F: 574-236-4471

DLZ Indiana

Laurie Johnson, Vice President

ljohnson@dlz.com

157 E Maryland Street

Indianapolis, IN 46204

dlz.com

P: 317-633-4120

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

Ecology & Environment Inc.

Kevin Phillips

Emergency Response Specialist

KPhillips@ene.com

33 W Monroe, Ste. 550

Chicago, IL 60603

ene.com

P: 312-578-9243, ext. 4122

F: 312-578-9345

Port security, planning, environmental

consulting

Environmental Management Services

427 Main Street

Evansville, IN 47708

emcevv.com

P: 812-424-7768; F: 812-424-7797

Environmental Solutions Group Inc.

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

Gabbard Environmental Services Inc.

7611 Hope Farm Road

Fort Wayne, IN 46815

P: 260-493-2982; F: 260-493-4043

Indiana Department of

Environmental Management

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

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.

Keramida Environmental Inc.

Vasiliki Keramida, CEO

info@keramida.com

401 N College Ave.

Indianapolis, IN 46202

keramida.com

P: 317-685-6600; F: 317-685-6610

Environment, health, safety

Michael Baker International Inc.

1650 Lyndon Farm Court, Ste. 101

Louisville, KY 40223

mbakerintl.com

P: 502-339-3557; F: 502-339-4486

Midwest Environmental Services

Michelle Schaefer, CFO

mschaefer@

midwestenvironmentalservices.com

P.O. Box 218

Brownstown, IN 47220

midwestenvironmentalservices.com

P: 812-358-5160; F: 812-358-5642

Full-service environmental management

company, specializing in waste disposal, industrial

cleaning, emergency response, consulting,

recycling, alternative fuels & transportation

National Industrial Maintenance, Inc.

Bill Dennison, President

wdennison@nimin.com

4530 Baring Ave.

East Chicago, IN 46312

nimoiltankcleaning.com

P: 800-551-2218; F: 219-397-9318

24-Hour Emergency Response, OSRO# 0158

Patriot Engineering and

Environmental Inc.

Mike Vaught

Branch Manager/ Principal

mvaught@patrioteng.com

300 Production Ct.

Louisville, KY 40299

patrioteng.com

P: 502-961-5652; F: 502-961-9256

Provides geotechnical engineering,

environmental consulting, drilling, special

inspection and construction materials testing

services.

Sesco Group

Tonia Pippin

Resource & Project

Development Director

tpippin@sescogroup.com

1426 E 29th Street

Indianapolis, IN 46208

sescogroup.com

P: 317-347-9590; F: 317-347-9591

Specialty Earth Sciences

4350 Security Pkwy.

New Albany, IN 47150

sesciences.com

P: 812-945-0733; F: 812-945-0735

Environmental remediation & consulting

Summit Contracting

Matt Weisheit

Vice President, Operations

mkweisheit@summitcontracting.net

2125 Glenview Drive

Evansville, IN 47720

summitcontracting.net

P: 812-421-1744; F: 812-421-8106

Environmental emergency response

Summit Environmental Services

Andrea Seavers

Regional Account Manager

amseavers@summitcontracting.net

2125 Glenview Drive

Evansville, IN 47720

summitcontracting.net

P: 812-421-1744; F: 812-421-8106

Soil/groundwater remediation, 24-hour

hazmat response, industrial services, specialty

civil contracting

Financial Services/Banks

First Financial Bank

Michael Schneider, Market President

michael.schneider@bankatfirst.com

450 W Lincoln Hwy.

Schererville, IN 46375

bankatfirst.com

P: 219-322-9527

Integrity Tax Consulting

6615 Brotherhood Way

Fort Wayne, IN 46825

integritytax.com

P: 260-637-8899

Property tax consulting

Katz, Sapper & Miller

Certified Public Accountants

800 E 96th Street, Ste. 500

Indianapolis, IN 46240

ksmcpa.com

P: 317-580-2000; F: 317-580-2117

PNC

101 W Washington Street, Ste. 400E

Indianapolis, IN 46255

pnc.com

P: 317-267-7134; F: 317-267-8899

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PNC Equipment Finance

Michael Alch, S.V.P.

SalesTeam Leader

michael.alch@pnc.com

1 N Franklin Street

Chicago, IL 60606

pnc.com

P: 312-338-2202; C: 847-494-4284

F: 312-338-2256

PNC Equipment Finance provides national

(& Canadian) financing solutions for capital

equipment users in the logistics sector.

Poe & Associates Inc.

Bill Poe, Vice President

bpoe@poefinancial.com

3190 Willowcreek Road, Ste. A

Portage, IN 46368

poefinancial.com

P: 219-763-1578; F: 219-762-1835

Regions Bank

11550 N Meridian Street, Ste. 225

Carmel, IN 46032

regions.com

P: 317-221-6419

Healthcare Services

Franciscan Working Well -

Crown Point

Gail Mathews

Senior Account Executive

12800 Mississippi Parkway, Pavillion

A - Suite A 204

Crown Point, IN 46307

workingwell.org

P: 219-662-5500; F: 219-662-9684

Franciscan Working Well -

Hammond

Gail Mathews

Senior Account Executive

5500 Hohman Avenue, Ste. 1D

Hammond, IN 46320

workingwell.org

P: 219-852-2472; F: 219-852-2567

Franciscan Working Well -

Michigan City

Gail Mathews

Senior Account Executive

4111 S Franklin Street

Michigan City, IN 46360

workingwell.org

P: 219-879-5400; F: 219-879-5900

Franciscan Working Well -

Rensselaer

Gail Mathews

Senior Account Executive

919 E Grace Street

Rensselaer, IN 47978

workingwell.org

P: 219-866-0411; F: 219-866-1920

Franciscan Working Well -

The Port

Gail Mathews

Senior Account Executive

Port of Indiana Administration

Building, 6615 S Boundary Road

Portage, IN 46368

workingwell.org

P: 219-787-8662; F: 219-787-8420

Franciscan Working Well -

Valparaiso

Gail Mathews

Senior Account Executive

2590 W Morthland Drive, Ste. 1

Valparaiso, IN 46385

workingwell.org

P: 219-464-7073; F: 219-464-7543

Franciscan Working Well -

Willowcreek

Gail Mathews

Senior Account Executive

3325 Willowcreek Road

Portage, IN 46368

workingwell.org

P: 219-764-8439; F: 219-764-8463

Franciscan Working Well at the FHC

Gail Mathews

Senior Account Executive

7905 Calumet Ave.

Munster, IN 46321

workingwell.org

P: 219-836-4690; F: 219-836-3609

Insurance Services

Consolidated Insurance Services Inc.

9333 N Meridian Street, Ste. 100

Indianapolis, IN 46260

consolidatedins.com

P: 317-846-5805; F: 317-848-6657

Insurance Management Group

Trent Daily, President

tdailey@insmgt.com

530 Timberlake Trail

Fort Wayne, IN 46804

insmgt.com

P: 260-444-8306; F: 260-459-2136

Contracting, educational institutions, food

processing, manufacturing, transportation &

wholesale/retail operations

Joe Morten & Son Inc.

2601 Fortune Circle East, Ste. 100A

Indianapolis, IN 46242

joemorton.com

F: 630-920-9523

MJ Insurance

Richard Quigley

Risk Management Consultant

richard.quigley@mjinsurance.com

9225 Priority Way West Drive Ste. 100

Indianapolis, IN 46240

mjinsurance.com

P: 317-805-7514

A performance-driven risk advisory that helps

business builders de-risk their business and

boost performance.

ONB Insurance Group

Carla Carson, Trucking Manager

carla.carson@onirisk.com

925 Wabash Ave., Ste. 200

Terre Haute, IN 47807

oldnationalins.com

P: 812-478-6000

Poe & Associates Inc.

Bill Poe, Vice President

bpoe@poefinancial.com

3190 Willowcreek Road, Ste. A

Portage, IN 46368

poefinancial.com

P: 219-763-1578; F: 219-762-1835

Shepherd Insurance

Jeff Kweder, President

jkweder@shepherdins.com

9333 N Meridian Street, Ste. 100

Indianapolis, IN 46260

shepherdins.com

P: 317-846-5805

Summit City Insurance

Ron Heilman, Owner

ronheilman@scici.net

132 Lincoln Hwy. W, Ste. 6

New Haven, IN 46774

P: 260-749-5135; F: 260-749-9096

Trucking insurance

The TLC Companies

Fred Souza, SVP Sales & Marketing

info@tlccompanies.com

6160 Summit Drive N, Ste. 500

Brooklyn, MN 55430

tlccompanies.com

P: 877-248-8360; F: 763-585-7001

Trucking specific risk management, Payroll services

Truckinsure Inc.

2540 Kent Ave.

West Lafayette, IN 47906

truck-insure.com

P: 765-563-1878

USI Insurance Services

307 S Main, Ste. 200

Elkhart, IN 46516

usi.biz

P: 574-266-7667

Legal Services/Attorneys

Barnes & Thornburg

110 E Wayne Street, Ste. 600

Fort Wayne, IN 46802

btlaw.com

P: 260-423-9440; F: 260-424-8316

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP

Jennifer Jett, Chief Marketing Officer

jjett@boselaw.com

111 Monument Cir., Ste. 2700

Indianapolis, IN 46204

boselaw.com

P: 317-684-5000; C: 317-684-5214

F: 317-684-5173

Legal services including corporate, contracts,

real estate, zoning, construction, economic

development, environmental and litigation matters.

Burke Costanza & Carberry, LLC

9191 Broadway

Merrillville, IN 46410

bcclegal.com

P: 219-769-1313

Faegre Baker Daniels

600 E 96th Street, Ste. 600

Indianapolis, IN 46204

faegreBD.com

P: 317-569-4651; F: 317-569-4800

Ice Miller LLP

200 W Madison Street, Ste. 3500

Chicago, IL 60606

icemiller.com

P: 312-726-1567; F: 312-726-7102

Ice Miller LLP

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.

Johnson Ivancevich, LLP

Art Johnson, Attorney

acj@johnsoni.com

250 E 90th Drive

Merrillville, IN 46410

johnsoni.com

P: 219-769-0087; F: 219-769-0092

Business law & transactions, labor &

employment law

Krieg DeVault

Michael Williams, Partner

mwilliams@kdlegal.com

8001 Broadway, Ste. 400

Merrillville, IN 46410

kriegdevault.com

P: 219-227-6100; F: 219-227-6101

Krieg DeVault

John Baxter, Partner

jbaxter@kdlegal.com

One Indiana Square, Ste. 2800

Indianapolis, IN 46240

kriegdevault.com

P: 317-636-4341; F: 317-636-1507

Law Offices of Shane O’Donnell

Shane O’Donnell, Attorney

northwestindianalegal@gmail.com

2100 N Main Street Ste. 208

Crown Point, IN 46307

Indianapersonalinjurylawyer.org

P: 219-213-2254; F: 219-213-2258

We practice in the legal areas of personal

injury, including motor vehicle accidents,

construction accidents, slip and fall accidents,

and wrongful death cases.

Scopelitis, Garvin, Light, Hanson &

Feary, PC

10 W Market Street, Ste. 1500

Indianapolis, IN 46204

scopelitis.com

P: 317-637-1777; F: 317-687-2414

Transportation-related legal services

Taft, Stettinius, & Hollister

James A. Shanahan, Partner

jdshanahan@taftlaw.com

One Indiana Square, Ste. 3500

Indianapolis, IN 46204

taftlaw.com

P: 317-713-3500

Bond counsel, borrower’s counsel, issuer’s

counsel, underwriter’s counsel, counsel on

municipal financings

Media/Publishing/HR

American Journal of Transportation

116 Court Street, Ste. 5

Plymouth, MA 2360

ajot.com

P: 508-927-4188; F: 508-927-4189

Building Indiana

Nick Dmitrovich, Editor

ndmitrovich@buildingindiana.com

1330 Arrowhead Ct.

Crown Point, IN 46307

buildingindiana.com

P: 219-226-0300; F: 219-226-0303

Building Indiana is the largest business-tobusiness

magazine in the State of Indiana

focusing on business and economic

development. In each issue Logistics is

covered.

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Business First of Louisville

Brent Adams

Transportation, Manufacturing,

Distribution and Logistics Reporter

louisville@bizjournals.com

501 S Fourth Street, Ste. 130

Louisville, KY 40201

louisville.bizjournals.com

P: 502-583-1731; F: 502-587-1703

Publisher of a weekly business journal

covering the Louisville, Ky., MSA including

Clark, Floyd, Harrison & Washington counties

in Indiana

Cargo Business News

1028 Industry Drive

Tukwila, WA 98188

cargobusinessnews.com

P: 206-324-5644; F: 206-324-8939

Diversified Marketing Strategies, Inc.

Andrea Pearman, Owner

apearman@thinkdiversified.com

1330 Arrowhead Ct.

Crown Point, IN 46307

thinkdiversified.com

P: 219-226-0300; F: 219-226-0303

We will get your brand front and center

through our killer advertising and marketing

skills! Offering our services of custom art,

design, and print in combination with

unparalleled public relations expertise, we

promise you will stand out in a crowd.

Giving Indiana

Tiffany O’Donnell, Account Executive

todonnell@thinkdiversified.com

1330 Arrowhead Ct.

Crown Point, IN 46307

givingindiana.com

P: 219-226-0300; F: 219-226-0303

Giving Indiana is a unique publication that

provides nonprofit companies and charitable

organizations a platform to present their mission

and reach thousands of potential supporters.

Grow Indiana Media Ventures/Inside

Indiana Business with Gerry Dick

1630 N Meridian Street, 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

harbor@harborhouse.com

221 Water Street

Boyne City, MI 49712

harborhouse.com

P: 800-491-1760; F: 866-906-3392

Publishing, regional transportation

Heavy Lift & Project

Forwarding International

2 Park Lane, Earls Colne

Colchester, CO6 2RJ, U.K.

heavyliftpfi.com

P: 44-1787-222434

Indiana Constructors Inc.

Richard Hedgecock, President

rhedgecock@indianaconstructors.org

One N Capitol, Ste. 1000

Indianapolis, IN 46204

indianaconstructors.org

P: 317-472-6777

Indiana Constructors Inc (ICI) is the statewide

trade association dedicated to promoting

opportunity and excellence in Indiana’s

highway, heavy and utility contractors.

Indianapolis Business Journal

Greg Morris, President/Publisher

gmorris@ibj.com

41 E Washington Street, Ste. 200

Indianapolis, IN 46204

ibj.com

P: 317-634-6200 ext. 320

F: 317-263-5060

For over 35 years IBJ has been central

Indiana’s trusted source for local business

news. IBJ delivers news and information

24/7 via a full spectrum of print and digital

products, and events.

JobsInLogistics.com

JobsInTrucks.com

Sean Horton

Director of Business Development

sean@jobsinlogistics.com

2424 Graysford Drive

Indianapolis, IN 46234

jobsinlogistics.com

P: 317-672-2988; C: 317-657-5311

Customized recruitment solutions for trucking,

distribution and logistics employers.

Journal of Commerce

2 Penn Plaza E

Newark, NJ 7105

joc.com

P: 973-776-8660

Logistics Management

111 Speen Street, Ste. 200

Framingham, MA 1701

logisticsmgmt.com

P: 508-663-1500; F: 877-417-8291

Logistics Quarterly

131 Bloor Street

Toronto, ON, M5S 1R8, Canada

logisticsquarterly.com

P: 416-461-8355

Manufacturing & Logistics IT Magazine

P.O. Box 3575; Barnet

Hertfordshire, EN5 9QD, U.K.

logisticsit.com

P: +44 (0) 1707 664200

Marine Log

55 Broad Street, 26th Floor

New York, NY 10004

marinelog.com

P: 212-620-7200; F: 212-633-1165

Material Handling and Logistics

Dave Jones, Sales

david.jones@penton.com

1300 E 9th Street

Cleveland, OH 44114

mhlnews.com

P: 216-931-9709; F: 216-696-2737

MEK Group, The

Michael Snyder, Managing Principal

msnyder@themekgroup.com

11405 N Pennsylvania Street, Ste. 103

Carmel, IN 46032

themekgroup.com

P: 317-805-4870; F: 317-844-4934

Modern Materials Handling

111 Speen Street, Ste. 200

Framingham, MA 1701

mmh.com

P: 508-663-1500; F: 877-330-7427

Russo Communications

P.O. Box 675

Zionsville, IN 46077

russocomm.com

P: 317-873-1678

Ship Management International

Sean Moloney, Editor

smoloney@elabor8.co.uk

Acorn Farm Business Centre,

Cublington Road,

Wing, Leighton Buzzard,

Bedfordshire, LU7 0LB, U.K.

shipmanagementinternational.com

P: +44 (0) 1296 682356

F: +44 (0) 1296 682156

Supply Chain Brain Magazine

750 Smith Road

Peconic, NY 19958

supplychainbrain.com

P: 516-829-9210; F: 516-829-9722

Suppy Chain Management Review

111 Speen Street, Ste. 200

Framingham, MA 1701

scmr.com

P: 508-663-1500; F: 877-417-8291

The Waterways Journal

Nelson Spencer, Publisher

spence@wjinc.net

319 N Fourth Street, Suite 650

St. Louis, MO 63102

wjinc.net

P: 314-241-7354

Publishers of trade magazines serving the

commercial marine industry and producers of

the Inland Marine Expo.

World Cargo News

The Coach House, 24 Bridge Street

Leatherhead, Surrey, KT22 8BX, England

worldcargonews.com

P: +44 1372 375511

F: +44 1372 370111

Real Estate/Site Selection

Acorn Group Inc./

TCN Worldwide Real Estate

1 N Pennsylvania Street, 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

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

Industrial and commercial real estate sales,

leasing, consulting

Bose McKinney & Evans LLP

Jennifer Jett, Chief Marketing Officer

jjett@boselaw.com

111 Monument Cir., Ste. 2700

Indianapolis, IN 46204

boselaw.com

P: 317-684-5000; C: 317-684-5214

F: 317-684-5173

Legal services including corporate, contracts,

real estate, zoning, construction, economic

development, environmental and litigation matters.

Browning Investments Inc.

Mark Amos, Property Manager

mamos@browninginv.com