Archives for April 1995

Three ships built in Scotland

In 1983, three ships were built in Govan, Scotland by Misener Transportation, a Canadian shipping company. One was the Selkirk Settler, later to be the Federal St. Louis, Federal Fraser, Fraser and in 2007, the Spruceglen. The second ship was built as the Canada Marquis, then the Federal Richelieu, Federal Mackenzie, Mackenzie, and in 2002, the Birchglen. The third, the Saskatchewan Pioneer, … [Read more...]

Kaolin clay

Once or twice a year, a salt water vessel (Lady Doris, Yulia, Cornelia and Trudy) brings kaolin clay here to discharge at the Port Terminal. After discharge, the clay is mixed with water, creating a slurry that will then go to local paper companies.  This has become a new local industry at Lake Superior Warehousing, at the Port Authority. Below is some information from the Port Authority’s Summer, … [Read more...]