GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - The Port of Green Bay ended the 2013 shipping season with numbers not seen since 2007. 2.2 million metric tons of cargo came in or went out of the port. Port Director Dean Haen says that's a lot of coal, salt and limestone. And all of this with a shortened shipping season, because the thick ice started to form on the Fox River in early December. Haen believes the start of the 2014 season will be a good one, but the national economy will determine how far things go the rest of the way.
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