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Port of Toledo Increases Grain Exports

Grain terminals are twice as busy this year as they were last year

Every year, hundreds of freighters bring products in and out of the Port of Toledo in Ohio, and that number is on the way up, reports 13 ABC.

Joe Cappel, vice president of Business Development for the Port Authority, says the biggest growth this year was in grain exports.

"Our grain terminals are twice as busy this year as they were last year," he told 13 ABC. "We're up over 90%, and I think that is a combination of a strong yield last year and a good harvest this fall."

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