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Carnival expansion will more than double the size of its Long Beach cruise facility

Carnival Cruise Lines plans to more than double the size of its operations in Long Beach to accommodate bigger ships. Under the agreement with a landlord at the Long Beach Cruise Terminal, Carnival will expand its facility from 66,000 square feet to 142,000 square feet, including taking over the...
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