Great Lakes ore shipments rise slightly in Sept.
Oct 31, 2005 | 09:35 AM
Despite a slight uptick in shipments of iron ore through the Great Lakes, a shipping organization said it believes sluggishness remains in steel production.Iron ore shipments on the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence Seaway bound for steelmakers in the region totaled 6.3 million net tons in September, with Great Lakes ports accounting for nearly 5.1 million tons and Seaway ports for slightly....
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