Port of Trois Rivières proceeding with On Course 2030

Port of Trois Rivières is setting its sights on the future with its ambitious On Course 2030 plan, succeeding its earlier On Course 2020 plan. The initiative contains several objectives to improve...

HOPA Ports looking forward to another strong year

2021 - HOPA Ports saw a total of 11.2 million metric tonnes of cargo through Hamilton and Oshawa’s ports during the 2021 shipping season, up 9 per cent from the same time period the previous year....
MSC Cargo Direct Deals
Railway merger expected to enhance competition and Mexican trade
Canadian Pacific Railway’s pending acquisition of Kansas City Southern Railway will enhance competitiveness in the North America supply chain, says University of Manitoba professor Dr. Barry
Featured, Keith Norbury, Rail
ajor railways weather the storms
Canada’s two Class 1 railways got off to a rough start in 2022. But in first quarter 2022 earnings calls, representatives of both Canadian National and
Featured, Keith Norbury, Rail
The US Surface Transportation Board (STB) is getting impatient with the large rail carriers and has issued a ‘notice of proposed rule-making’ in a bid to
Featured, Ian Putzger, Rail
Five Canadian-based companies are among the world’s top 25 largest temperature-controlled warehousing and logistics providers, according to the most recent rankings from the International Association of
Featured, Keith Norbury
Air Canada has opened a new $16 million cold chain handling facility at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport. The facility’s inauguration, announced in March, will “expand and
Featured, Keith Norbury
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused prices for refrigerated shipping containers to spike, says the partner of a Canadian company that buys, sells and rents new and
Featured, Keith Norbury
Port Saint John enhances reefer capacity
Port Saint John recently completed an expansion project that will expand its capacity to handle cool cargoes. “We actually last year invested in additional reefer stacks,
Featured, Keith Norbury, Ports and Terminals
After Delta had crested and before Omicron had come to town last fall, I spoke at an “in-person” company function in Montréal that was somehow possible.
Featured, Guy M Tombs
The Asia – US spot rate components of the Freightos Baltic Index (FBX) slumped during the first week of May by 19 per cent and
Featured, Mike Wackett
CSME_05_Full (1)_Page_01

Download the current issue