Between the start of grain shipping season and the end of July, the St. Lawrence Seaway moved 514,000 tons of grain. That’s a near 37 percent increase compared to one year ago. The St. Lawrence Seaway connects Great Lakes ports, including Duluth. The increase in grain shipping is credited to demand for U.S. grain in demand from food shortages caused by the Ukraine/Russia war.
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