Olza, the 5th of 8 sister ships to visit Duluth from Poland

The Polish operated Olza arrived Duluth yesterday (Thursday afternoon, October 15, 2016) to load wheat at Riverland Ag (formerly Cargill) in Duluth. Built in China  in 2012 by the Polish Steamship Company, she made her first of 4 visits to the Twin Ports on May 11, 2014 when she loaded grain at CHS in Superior. She was back in November the same year to load grain at the Peavey elevator in Superior. Last year, she loaded grain at CHS in November. She is one of eight sister ships built for the Company since 2011. Her 7 sisters are Regalica, Narew, Raba, Prosna, Skawa, San and Ina, 4 of which have visited Duluth Superior (check links just above). They are all 491 feet long.


  1. Greg Hayden says:

    I watched her come in on Duluth Harbor Cams from the comfort of my recliner.
    Greg Hayden
    Vista, CA

  2. Ken I remember at times you’ve had articles about products- beet pellets, clays, turbines,
    grains, taconite, etc. Could you do an index for these as well sometime. People occasionally ask about them, but I don’t know where to find the articles.

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