SUN HERALD FILE/2005 
 Chiquita was a tenant at the state port in Gulfport for 40 years, but moved to the Port of New Orleans in late 2014. Now, the company is contemplating another move. Because Chiquita has continued to use the state port in Gulfport, along with local storage, officials hope the company might return full force.
SUN HERALD FILE/2005 Chiquita was a tenant at the state port in Gulfport for 40 years, but moved to the Port of New Orleans in late 2014. Now, the company is contemplating another move. Because Chiquita has continued to use the state port in Gulfport, along with local storage, officials hope the company might return full force. DREW TARTER THE SUN HERALD
SUN HERALD FILE/2005 Chiquita was a tenant at the state port in Gulfport for 40 years, but moved to the Port of New Orleans in late 2014. Now, the company is contemplating another move. Because Chiquita has continued to use the state port in Gulfport, along with local storage, officials hope the company might return full force. DREW TARTER THE SUN HERALD

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