The New England Produce Center dealt with flooding Jan. 4 as snow pushed high tide to a record level.
Bill Maheras, sales manager for Chelsea, Mass.-based J. Maheras, a tenant at the center, said operations were back to normal Jan. 5.
On the day of the flooding, the company had to shut down a little early, as trucks could not get out after 1 or 2 p.m.
“Yesterday you needed a raft to get around,” Maheras said.
He said the area received about a foot of snow.
The Boston Globe reported numerous street closures and emergency rescues in connection with the flooding and also noted that the situation settled down in the evening.