Fincantieri’s Sturgeon Bay shipyard in Wisconsin (credit: Fincantieri).

Reckoned to be the first ship for Great Lakes trade built on the Great Lakes since 1983, keel-laying for Interlake Steamship Company’s 28,000dwt self-unloading bulk carrier took place on 23 June at Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin, writes David Tinsley.

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