Softer grain exports brought only 72 ocean-going vessels to the Twin Ports this year, compared to last year's 104.
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Lake Superior shipping season ends Wednesday night
The Edwin H. Gott pulled into the Duluth Seaway Port Wednesday morning. It is the final ship of the 2011 season. MPR reports the Soo Locks officially close Wednesday at midnight. The warm weather allowed the locks to stay open three days longer this last year.
First 'saltie' of Lake Superior's shipping season arrives in Duluth harbor
Starting Monday, MPR reports the international vessel will be loaded with more than 10,000 tons of wheat bound for Belgium. On its way to the Twin Ports, the 470-foot ship dropped off steel pipe in Ontario.
International shipping season begins at Duluth port this weekend
An early opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway has shipping officials optimistic about the outlook for this year. Iron and grain exports look good. One of the top imports will be equipment for wind farms.
First departure from Twin Ports marks the start of the 2012 shipping season
The Mesabi Miner passed through the Duluth piers Friday. The Duluth News Tribune reports it was loaded with coal bound for Presque Isle, Michigan.
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