Clip: Episode 5 | 7m 29s Video has closed captioning.
The 740-foot-long and 78-foot wide CSL Welland regularly traverses the Great Lakes transporting more than millions of pounds of grain from Thunder Bay, Michigan, to Quebec City, Quebec. Safely navigating a ship that size and weight through locks that are just two feet wider than the ship, around obstacles and in rough weather is made easier with the help of freighter technology.
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