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The shipping news? Not so bad

Despite a late-season slowdown, 2012 was still close to a key benchmark

9:45 PM, Jan. 18, 2013

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The Port of Green Bay ended the 2012 shipping season just shy of 2 million tons of cargo, a mark the port director said he considers a "healthy" season.

Cargo passing through the port totaled 1.9 million tons last year, according to the Brown County Port and Solid Waste Department, 11 percent more than during the 2011 season.

The 2012 season kicked off at a brisk pace - picking up where the 2011 season left off - but slowed in the latter months of the year. Port and Solid Waste Director Dean Haen attributed falling short of the 2 million mark in part to a string of mild winters that have reduced the need ...

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