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GLIN==> September U.S.-Flag Float on the Great Lakes

Sluggish demand for limestone and lightloading kept U.S.-Flag cargo movement on the Great Lakes under 11 million net tons in September.  While an economic recovery will restore the stone trade, only more dredging can restore Lakes’ ports and waterways to project dimensions.  See attached for more details.


Glen G. Nekvasil

Vice President-Corporate Communications

Lake Carriers' Association

Suite 720

20325 Center Ridge Road

Rocky River, OH  44116

   P:  440-333-9996

   F:  440-333-9993

   C:  216-702-6360

   E:  nekvasil@lcaships.com


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