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USA: Port of Kalama Welcomes ‘Storm Rider’ on its Maiden Voyage

May 25, 2017 News

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The Port of Kalama is respected to welcome a first journey from the global ship, Storm Rider, this end of the week. The 22 ton mass bearer is stacking wheat at the port for shipment to Manzanita, Mexico. The ship, which hails from Cyprus, is worked by Grecomar Shipping and Agencies and is captained by Konstantinos Pantazis.

As indicated by Port of Kalama showcasing director, Liz Newman, the Storm Rider uses best in class innovation for auto-route and an observing framework that cautions the whole ship if there is an issue at the extension or wheelhouse. "I was flabbergasted to discover that the ship additionally keeps running on 8,800 pull – incomprehensible!" says Newman.

Newman, who met the group this week, says a draw for the worldwide guests to Kalama and Cowlitz County are the neighborhood Wal-Mart stores. "The team went by the Woodland, Washington Wal-Mart this week and obtained assorted presents for family back home. They likewise feasted at Kalama's Columbia Inn. We are charmed to showcase our district and seek the group returns after numerous more visits."

The Port of Kalama, which is situated on the profound draft Columbia River? instantly neighboring Interstate 5 and the mainline railroad, is home to a portion of the biggest grain terminals on the west drift. Two grain terminals and a profound draft break-mass terminal are situated on the stream.


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