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Milwaukee Doubles Number of Cruise Ships to its Port in 2019

October 8, 2019

City Welcomes 10th Vessel This Year, Concluding Season Port Milwaukee ended its 2019 cruise ship season this week, welcoming a 300-passenger ship from Hamburg, Germany. Milwaukee hosted 10 cruise ships this season, more than double the number from 2018. The port estimates cruise ships brought more than 3,200 passengers to the city this year. Increasingly,…

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Port of Milwaukee Pursuing Formal Partnership With Quebec

August 26, 2019

Milwaukee’s Port Wants A Binational Trade Agreement To Grow International Trade The Port of Milwaukee and the provincial government of Quebec are exploring opportunities to grow international trade through a partnership. The future collaboration could bring economic benefits to the state. The port already has an ongoing informal trade relationship with Quebec. The two have…

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Port of Milwaukee cargo again tops 2 million tons

February 15, 2016

Port of Milwaukee cargo again tops 2 million tons

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Port of Milwaukee wraps up successful Seaway shipping season

December 16, 2015

Port of Milwaukee wraps up successful Seaway season

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Oversized rotary kiln shipment highlights Port of Milwaukee’s role in supporting local manufacturing

October 19, 2015

Oversized rotary kiln shipment highlights Port of Milwaukee’s role in supporting local manufacturing

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Port of Milwaukee welcomes return of cruise ship Hamburg

September 11, 2015

Port of Milwaukee welcomes return of cruise ship Hamburg

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Port of Milwaukee receives Pacesetter Award

August 28, 2015

Port of Milwaukee receives Pacesetter Award

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Vornholt promoted to Milwaukee Port Director

June 4, 2015

Vornholt promoted to Milwaukee Port Director

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Strong Financial Performance at the Port of Milwaukee Yields Dividends for Local Tax Payers

April 11, 2015

Strong Financial Performance at the Port of Milwaukee Yields Dividends for Local Tax Payers

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Port Of Indiana-Mount Vernon Completes $2 Million Capital Improvement Project

April 10, 2020

Investments Include New Overhead Gantry Crane, Concrete Floor in General Cargo Terminal MOUNT VERNON, Ind. (April 10, 2020) –The Port of Indiana-Mount Vernon recently completed a $2 million capital improvement project geared toward attracting more cargo to the southwest Indiana port. The 40-year-old general cargo terminal facility has a new concrete floor and an overhead…

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Cruisin’ Milwaukee

March 2, 2020

City Rides Rising Tide of Great Lakes Tourism Source: BizTimes Milwaukee Business News When the first cruise ship of the season pulls into Port Milwaukee in mid-June, Adam Schlicht will be waiting ashore to personally greet each passenger who disembarks. Since taking over as port director in August 2018, Schlicht has made it a point…

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USS Indianapolis sets sail for home port in Florida

October 29, 2019

  After a week at the Port of Indiana-Burns Harbor and a historic U.S. Navy commissioning ceremony that may never take place again in largely landlocked Indiana, the USS Indianapolis Littoral Combat Ship set sail Tuesday morning for its home base in Florida. The $450 million ship tasked for mine warfare, the fourth to bear…

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Over 1,000 Cruise Ship Passengers Have Visited Milwaukee in 2019

August 26, 2019

Port Milwaukee director Adam Schlicht‘s positioning of the port as a turnaround destination for cruise ships is beginning to pay dividends. Through July 26th, 1,082 passengers have started or ended their Great Lakes journeys in Milwaukee as a Pearl Seas cruise ship has docked here three times. Approximately 35 percent of those travelers have stayed in Milwaukee the night…

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Port of Muskegon Receives First Seaway Pacesetter Award

June 26, 2019

Port of Muskegon accepted their first Robert J. Lewis Pacesetter Award from the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation. In conjunction with Port Milwaukee visiting the Port of Muskegon, Rebecca Yackley, International Trade Specialist at the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (SLSDC), presented the award to Chuck Canestraight, President of Port City Marine Services, a Sand Products…

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U.S. Wind Energy and Construction Supported by Great Lakes Seaway Shipping with Large Increases in Project Cargo During May

June 14, 2019

  The St. Lawrence Seaway, North America’s binational marine highway connecting the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes, reported overall gains in project cargo, agriculture and iron ore. These notable increases, specifically in project cargo, indicate that shippers view the Great Lakes Seaway system as way to ship to America’s heartland faster and more efficiently.…

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