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Port Case Studies

April 1, 2015

Economy $1.7 Billion in New Port Facilities Across the region, ports authorities and private marine terminals are investing in new facilities and equipment, expanding their ability to serve both existing customers and new markets. Port of Detroit $1.7 Billion in New Port Facilities Across the region, ports authorities and private marine terminals are investing in…

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St. Lawrence Seaway Active with International Shipments, Moving Global Supply Chain

June 11, 2020

American ports in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway system record particularly noteworthy increases in project cargo as they advance the global supply chain, trading with 22 countries during the first two months of the navigation season. Year-to-date total tonnage—from the opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway on April 1, 2020 through May 31, 2020—is situated…

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Worth A Thousand Words

April 7, 2020

Port director shares passion with award-winning photographs.     Paul LaMarre III knows that a picture really is worth a thousand words. The director of the Port of Monroe has a passion for the freighters, tugboats and barges that traverse the unforgiving waters of the Great Lakes. It’s a love that he inherited from his…

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2019 Photo Contest Winners

March 26, 2020

The Great Lakes Seaway Partnership today announced the winners of their second annual photo contest. This announcement also marks the beginning of the organization’s third annual photo contest in tandem with the opening of the Soo Locks on March 25, 2020 and the St. Lawrence Seaway on April 1, 2020. Each year, to celebrate the…

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Peters Discusses Michigan Security Priorities with Homeland Security Secretary

March 3, 2020

WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Senator Gary Peters (D-MI), Ranking Member of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, met with Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Chad Wolf to discuss Michigan’s top homeland security needs. Peters released the following statement on the meeting: “As Ranking Member of the Homeland Security Committee, I’m working to…

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LaMarre Named to Federal Maritime Panel

May 17, 2019

    Port of Monroe Director Paul C. LaMarre III has been appointed to the Maritime Transportation System National Advisory Committee.   The two-year appointment was made by Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao last month. The panel provides advice and recommendations to the secretary of transportation on matters relating to the U. S. maritime transportation and…

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The Best Year for Seaway Shipping in Over 10 Years

January 17, 2019

The Best Year for Seaway Shipping in Over 10 Years 40.9 Million Tons of Cargo Moved; Exceptional Season for Grain, Dry Bulk & Liquid Bulk Shipments Washington, DC (January 17, 2019) – The St. Lawrence Seaway, North America’s binational marine highway connecting the Atlantic Ocean to the Great Lakes, recently completed its best year for…

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Economic Impacts Study

September 7, 2018

Economy The Economic Impacts of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Seaway System Martin Associates (July 2018) Full Report (pdf) Executive Summary (pdf) Soo Locks (pdf) Port of Chicago (pdf) Port of Detroit (pdf) Port of Duluth (pdf) Port of Erie (pdf) Port of Green Bay (pdf) Port of Lorain (pdf) Port of Milwaukee (pdf) Port of Monroe (pdf) Port of…

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Great Lakes Leaders Unite During Michigan State Capitol Day

October 3, 2017

Leaders of the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System visited the State of Michigan capitol in Lansing, Michigan on October 3, 2017 to meet with government officials  promote The Great Lakes Seaway Partnership, a joint public affairs initiative to improve the understanding of benefits inherent in marine transportation in the Great Lakes region. Members of the Great Lakes Seaway Partnership…

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The Interlake Steamship Company Joins Green Marine Along With Other Great Lakes Seaway Partnership Members

October 3, 2017

The Interlake Steamship Company, a Great Lakes Seaway Partnership member, has become the first U.S. Great Lakes shipowner to join Green Marine, the largest voluntary environmental certification program for the maritime industry in North America. As the largest privately held U.S.-flagged fleet on the Great Lakes, the Interlake Steamship Company is propelled by a long-term…

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April 2, 2015

States/Provinces Total Employment 0 JOBS Total Business Revenue $0 BILLION Total Taxes Paid $0 MILLION Michigan Relies on Great Lakes Seaway Shipping Michigan’s shoreline stretches more than 3,200 miles on four of the five Great Lakes, including over 1,000 miles of Lake Michigan and over 900 miles of Lake Superior. The state’s two peninsulas also…

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