Wind Turbines Powering Up Activity at San Diego Terminal

[San Diego Business Journal] The shipments of wind turbine parts began last year after Japanese cargo carrier Eastern Car Liner decided unloading the equipment in San Diego would work better for client, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. The shipments of wind turbine parts began last year after Japanese cargo carrier Eastern Car Liner decided unloading the equipment in San Diego would work better for client, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd. A national surge in erecting wind turbines is helping to grow a niche for San Diego’s Tenth Avenue Marine Terminal. Earlier this month, another shipment of nacelles and turbine towers were unloaded at the terminal, located just south of the San Diego Convention Center, from the ship Bright Stream. They were transferred to customized trucks and trailers that hauled the equipment to points north and east.
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