The recent ribbon-cutting event spotlighted the company’s expanded operations with the acquisition of a 190,000 square-foot facility on 15 paved acres at 923 West US 20.
Bay Logistics is operating in Michigan City in partnership with affiliated firm Martin Transportation Systems.
“We’re excited to be a part of the transformative renaissance that we’re picking up on with the South Shore Rail,” said Kurt Cuncannan, Bay Logistics COO.
Ross Johnston, of MTS, added MC is a “strategic choice with being between Chicago and Detroit.”

The third-generation family-owned transportation, logistics and warehousing provider recently purchased the land and building to provide a central location for both the trucking and warehousing sides of its businesses.

“We are based in Grand Rapids, Mich., and Bay Logistics owns and operates over 3 million square feet of warehouse space. Our sister company MTS runs a fleet of 1200-plus tractors and more than 3000 trailers, and recently earned another Supplier of the Year designation by General Motors,” Cuncannan said earlier about the company’s new spot. “Our new Michigan City operations will serve as a trucking terminal, truck/trailer maintenance shop, and a 180,000 square foot public distribution center.”

The building has undergone an extensive “make-over,” including a new roof, interior and exterior painting, new HAVC equipment, enhanced fire suppression system, new LED lighting, fence repairs/replacement, truck dock installations and parking lot upgrades.