The INland Logistics Port of Northwest Indiana (ILP-K) is a 800 acre dual rail served Logistics Park providing rail and truck access to the Upper Midwest Consumption zone, reaching 41 million people in one days' drive.
ILP-K is the CSX network location for manifest, bulk and transload cargos serving the Chicago, NW Indiana and upper Midwest Markets. Occupants within ILP-K would realize significant cost savings due to direct rail access and overweight capabilities. Sites have flexibility to handle multiple uses including; Transloading, food distribution, refrigerated warehousing, bulk storage and petro-chemical. Due to the transportation efficiencies, ILP-K is an ideal location for manufacturing and processing.