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2024 shipping season starts strong for Port of Green Bay

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June 3, 2024

GREEN BAY – During March and April, 204,659 tons of cargo moved through the Port of Green Bay, signaling a solid start to the shipping season. 

March and April totals last season came in at 186,066.

Dean Haen, director, said the port is pleased to see a nearly 10% increase over year-to-date totals from last season.

“We’re looking forward to watching the year unfold, especially as so many investments in Great Lakes shipping have been announced recently, and the port pursues its own development project,”  he said. 

Five commodities have been imported and exported this season so far, including:

  • Petroleum products (72,006 tons) 
  • Cement (54,904 tons)
  • Salt (35,839 tons)
  • Limestone (25,580 tons)
  • Coal (16,330 tons) 

A total of 21 ships entered the port during March and April, compared to 17 during the same period last year.

Those interested in recent and historical tonnage information for the Port of Green Bay can learn more at

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