Thursday, December 18, 2014


Connecting the Great Lakes with the Talent,
Resources, & Productivity of Northeast Michigan

a division of Moran Iron Works, Inc.

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Port Calcite

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Port at Calcite

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Port Calcite

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Port Calcite

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High Wire Corridor

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Shepler's

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Port Capabilities

Port at Calcite Facility

Transportation Network

Port at Calcite Information

The Port of Calcite is located within the city limits of Rogers City on Lake Huron in Northeast Michigan.  Home to the World's Largest Open Pit Limestone Quarry, the Port of Calcite is one of the largest shipping ports on the Great Lakes.

Crane Information

  • 452,000lbs of counterweight (series 3)
  • Self-erect option
  • 315' of heavy lift boom
  • 350 ton duplex block
  • Detachable upper boom point
  • 440 U.S. ton capacity