The Port of Everett plans to modernize the south terminal wharf to allow for larger ships and heavier cargo. This artist’s rendering shows the project, including two new 100-foot cranes to the far left. (Port of Everett)

The Port of Everett plans to modernize the south terminal wharf to allow for larger ships and heavier cargo. This artist’s rendering shows the project, including two new 100-foot cranes to the far left. (Port of Everett)

$36M project to allow bigger ships, heavier cargo at port

Modernizing the south terminal wharf in Everett is called key to helping Boeing’s 777X program.

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