Fednav - 75 Years - Winner IBJ award 2018

Port of Montreal setting records on many fronts

The Port of Montreal continues to set records in virtually every sector of cargo activity. Moreover, it is generating greater economic benefits, creating more and more jobs, and making significant...

CargoM quietly driving trade and logistics initiatives to benefit the Montreal area

By Brian Dunn The Transport Logistic conference and trade show is held every two years in Munich. It is billed as the largest show of its kind in Europe, attracting over 2,375 exhibitors from 63...

CN and CP quietly posted strong financial results and enhanced their networks even as economic storm clouds gathered

By Alex Binkley Canada’s two major railways have quietly gone about their business in the past year turning in strong financial performances and building up their networks even as economic storm...

Fednav celebrates its 75th anniversary

By Brian Dunn Considering how closely they are linked, it seems fitting that at the same time the St. Lawrence Seaway is celebrating its 60th anniversary, Fednav is celebrating 75 years in business....
In its International Energy Outlook 2019 (IEO2019), the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) projects that world energy consumption will grow by nearly 50 per cent
Business and Economy, Environment, Featured, Other
By Tom Peters PSA International Pte. Ltd. (PSA), the new owner of Halterm Container Terminal in the port of Halifax, is looking at positioning the
Business and Economy, Featured, Gateways and Corridors, Other, Ports and Terminals, Tom Peters
The Port of Montreal is continuously reinventing itself and investing in its infrastructure to handle growth, improve fluidity and meet the logistics challenges of today’s
Business and Economy, Featured, Other, Ports and Terminals
The Port of Montreal is committed to fulfill its role as a responsible corporate citizen. In particular, it has strengthened this commitment by reinforcing its
Business and Economy, Corporate events & profiles, Featured, Other, Ports and Terminals
Quebec Minister of the Economy and Innovation Pierre Fitzgibbon opened the Innovation and the Impact of E-commerce on the Logistics Industry conference held on September
Corporate events & profiles, Featured, Other
By Keith Norbury In its first year of operation, the Great Sandhills Railway in Saskatchewan had a budget of about $2 million. A decade later,
Business and Economy, Featured, Keith Norbury, Other, Rail

Loyal lines, first-time callers cruise into port

Lines that have been loyal to Montreal for years now as well as newcomers to the city are helping the Port of Montreal enjoy yet another strong cruise season. When the schedule concludes at the end of October, the port will have welcomed some 113,000 cruise passengers...

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Port boosts its international reach, visibility

The Port of Montreal continues to boost its international reach and visibility with the arrival of new shipping lines, its market diversification efforts and its partnerships around the world. Seven of the largest international container shipping lines – CMA CGM,...

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