Busy day at State Pier in New London

Tugboats guide the Hong Kong-flagged cargo ship Maple Ruby Thursday to the Adm. Harold E. Shear State Pier in New London, as the Singapore-flagged Equator Harmony continues to unload on the other side of the pier. Port operator Logistec USA Inc. has been ramping up its activity lately at State Pier. The port gets a monthly shipment from Europe and has been receiving steel coil from Japan, China and other countries. Last year, about three dozen ships tied up at State Pier, and Logistec, whose U.S. headquarters are in New London, said activity was about double 2011 levels.
Tugboats guide the Hong Kong-flagged cargo ship Maple Ruby Thursday to the Adm. Harold E. Shear State Pier in New London, as the Singapore-flagged Equator Harmony continues to unload on the other side of the pier. Port operator Logistec USA Inc. has been ramping up its activity lately at State Pier. The port gets a monthly shipment from Europe and has been receiving steel coil from Japan, China and other countries. Last year, about three dozen ships tied up at State Pier, and Logistec, whose U.S. headquarters are in New London, said activity was about double 2011 levels. Sean D. Elliot/The Day Buy Photo

Tugboats guide the Hong Kong-flagged cargo ship Maple Ruby Thursday to the Adm. Harold E. Shear State Pier in New London, as the Singapore-flagged Equator Harmony continues to unload on the other side of the pier. Port operator Logistec USA Inc. has been ramping up its activity lately at State Pier. The port gets a monthly shipment from Europe and has been receiving steel coil from Japan, China and other countries. Last year, about three dozen ships tied up at State Pier, and Logistec, whose U.S. headquarters are in New London, said activity was about double 2011 levels.

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