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Port of Saguenay well positioned to support new area industrial development

By Brian Dunn Judging from all the planned activity in the works, you would think the port of Saguenay was a major player in Canada’s marine industry. Far from it. But that’s not stopping...

Halterm acquired by PSA International

By Tom Peters Halterm Container Terminal at the Port of Halifax has been acquired by one of the world’s leading terminal operators. Singapore-based PSA International Pte Ltd (PSA) announced in...

Federal government contributes $47.5 million to help reduce container movements through Halifax’ downtown area

By Tom Peters The age-old issue of large trucks hauling shipping containers through the busy, narrow streets of downtown Halifax may soon be addressed in a major way. The federal government...
By Brian Dunn As Laura Dawson, Director of the Wilson Centre’s Canada Institute, Washington, DC, sees it, a combination of U.S. unilateralism, a softening demand
Brian Dunn, Corporate events & profiles, Featured, Ocean, Other, Ports and Terminals, St. Lawrence, Seaway and Great Lakes
By Brian Dunn Alan Espey was 24 years old when he came to Montreal from Dublin to launch a new company with the intention of
Brian Dunn, Business and Economy, Featured, Other, St. Lawrence, Seaway and Great Lakes, Supply Chain and Logistics
Canada Infrastructure Bank (CIB) announces that it will work with Montreal Port Authority (MPA) to advance the project development of a new container terminal in
Featured, Gateways and Corridors, Other, St. Lawrence, Seaway and Great Lakes
Halifax Port Authority’s Board of Directors has appointed a new Port President and CEO: Captain Allan Gray will be concluding his tenure as Harbour Master
Business and Economy, Featured, Other, Ports and Terminals
By Wendy Zatylny In her insightful book on global shipping, Ninety Percent of Everything, author Rose George talks about “sea blindness” – that for most
Business and Economy, Featured, Ocean, Other
By Tom Peters The Port of Halifax, through the Halifax Port Authority (HPA), is evolving in the digital world. It’s a process that has been
Business and Economy, Featured, Gateways and Corridors, Other, Ports and Terminals, Tom Peters
By Tom Peters The Halifax cruise industry continues to sail along nicely with another record year for cruise passengers on the horizon. A recent study
Business and Economy, Featured, Gateways and Corridors, Ports and Terminals, Tom Peters
By Tom Peters The size of the vessels carrying containerized cargo calling along the East Coast of North America continues to increase. Earlier this year,
Business and Economy, Featured, Gateways and Corridors, Ports and Terminals, Tom Peters
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