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Port of Green Bay stays ahead of 2012 pace, despite slow May

9:46 PM, Jun. 21, 2013
The lakes carrier Philip R. Clarke goes through the Walnut Street Bridge April 26 in downtown Green Bay.
The lakes carrier Philip R. Clarke goes through the Walnut Street Bridge April 26 in downtown Green Bay.
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The second full month of shipping into Green Bay showed a decrease in tonnage compared with May 2012, but for the season the Port of Green Bay continues to stay ahead of last year's pace.

The port handled 235,040 tons of cargo in May, down 12 percent from the May 2012 figure of 267,062 tons. Through April and May, 430,915 tons of cargo have moved through the port, up 16 percent from the same time last year, according to a monthly tonnage report.

"We're a little bit ahead with the same number of ships but a little higher tonnage, which means we're getting some of our bigger movements on the larger ...

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