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The Prince Rupert Port Authority released its numbers for April on Monday, and the figures show the traffic through Fairview Terminal doubled year-to-year.
In April there were 45,893.8 TEUs moving through the terminal, up 103.6 per cent from the 22,544.3 TEUs that were handled last April.
Imports were up 88.5 per cent to sit at 27,610 TEUs and exports were up 131.6 per cent from 7,893.8 TEUs to 18,283.8 TEUs. In terms of export, the number of loaded containers jumped from 5,746 last April to 10,573.8 this April and empty conatiners were up from 2,147.8 TEUs to 7,710 TEUs.
From the Northern View

The Longview longshore workers union is offering a $2,000 reward for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of whoever burglarized and trashed the union hall in Longview April 9.
Anyone with information about the crime should call the Longview police crime tip line, 442-5920, said Dan Coffman, president of Local 21 of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union.
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