2013-01-04 at 10:45
Port ends shipping season with successful December
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THUNDER BAY -- The shipping season is approaching its end, but that didn't stop the port of Thunder Bay from seeing the most grain in a December since 1999.
Last month more than 932,000 tonnes of grain came through Thunder Bay. CEO Tim Heney says the loss of the wheat board has proved beneficial.
Heney also says there are four more ships scheduled to come through the port before they officially close for the season.
Heney also believes the port's new crane has been a welcome addition, even though they were only able to use it a couple times.
He says he hopes to use the crane at least 10 times next season.
(Thunder Bay Television)
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