Elbeborg in, Cornelia out (at anchorage) waiting

The Elbeborg arrived Duluth on Friday, October 21, 2016 to load beet pulp pellets. Behind her, the Cornelia is back at her old station off the Duluth piers, waiting to come in to load grain. She arrived with a cargo of cement she discharged at the CRH US dock  (formerly Holcim, and before that St. Lawrence Cement).


  1. holly jorgenson says:

    super info!

  2. I’ve often wondered this myself. Thanks for the link!

  3. John Gwin says:

    Excellent. Thank you very much.

  4. I’ve often wondered the same thing. Anyone have the answer?

  5. John Gwin says:

    Is there a link to a site that explains how a ship’s cargo holds are cleaned to allow grain to be loaded immediately after cement or iron ore or whatever?

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