One of the 214-foot port cranes is off loaded at the South Terminal at the Port of Everett on Friday afternoon. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

One of the 214-foot port cranes is off loaded at the South Terminal at the Port of Everett on Friday afternoon. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

First of two big, new cranes is unloaded at Port of Everett

They are bigger than the existing duo nearby and can accommodate wider ships and heavier cargo.

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