Tallies, totals and other trend data in the freight transportation realm


3 new, low-profile, Neo-Panamax cranes that arrived at Paul W. Conley Container Terminal, ending a 10-week journey from Shanghai, China, Port of Boston officials said on June 22. The cranes, along with a new berth and a deepened Boston Harbor, enable Boston to handle larger ships. The cranes are expected to be operational in the fall after undergoing months of commissioning, which includes inspection, testing and staff training. 


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