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Port of Green Bay numbers spike in April

Year-over-year April cargo increases 117 percent

7:20 AM, May 14, 2013
The lakes carrier Philip R. Clarke goes through the Walnut Street Bridge in downtown Green Bay last month, when cargo tonnage was way up from April 2012.
The lakes carrier Philip R. Clarke goes through the Walnut Street Bridge in downtown Green Bay last month, when cargo tonnage was way up from April 2012.
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The Port of Green Bay saw a dramatic jump in the amount of tonnage it handled in April compared to a year earlier.

The facility saw 15 ship arrivals in April transporting 192,999 tons of cargo to, and from, the port for a 117-percent increase over 2012. Last year, the port handled tonnage of 88,816 in April.

For the year, the port's cargo total is up about 83 percent. ...

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