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Fibria pulp exports to US seen helping revive commerce at Port of Philadelphia

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Fibria pulp exports to US seen helping revive commerce at Port of Philadelphia

June 18, 2014 - 19:33
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PHILADELPHIA, June 12, 2014 (Local News) -The sun is shining again on the Delaware River over a fleet of rising commerce scattered from Tioga in Port Richmond down to Wilmington.

The Great Recession is over, at least at sea. And that's good news for Philadelphia, which has always lived off the sea, Bob Palaima reports.

Palaima's company, Delaware River Stevedores, is the largest employer of unionized longshoremen in our ports. It operates Tioga Terminal which brings in an array of products, from perishables likes fruit, cocoa and cattle to steel and plywood, delicate machinery and equipment.

The Public Record - PORT: Tioga Terminal Operator Sees Boom Period For Delaware River

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