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Record cargo volumes continue moving through the Port of Vancouver

Overall cargo volume through the Port of Vancouver reached a record high of 147 million metric tonnes (MMT) in 2018, up 3.5 per cent from 2017. One of the port’s biggest strengths continues to be...

Port Windsor plotting a bold new direction

A new look and new feel… Windsor Port Authority has plotted a bold new direction! Beginning with the creation of a new Vision and Mission that captures the Port’s importance within the Windsor-Essex...

Ports merger expected to diversify project cargo options

By Keith Norbury The recent merger of the Hamilton and Oshawa port authorities should give shippers of project cargo and breakbulk more options for moving those cargoes, said the new President and...
Increased market demand in Asia-Pacific trade continues to underlay the importance of securing sustained investment in, and timely delivery of, trade-enabling infrastructure for the Port
Business and Economy, Featured, Ports and Terminals, Supply Chain and Logistics
Morterm Limited is a privately owned facility strategically located within an eight-hour drive of half of all U.S. businesses, manufacturing plants and households, and directly
Corporate events & profiles, Featured, Other, Ports and Terminals
By Keith Norbury For 20 years, University of Manitoba professor Dr. Barry Prentice had advocated for lighter-than-air ships as a solution to transportation challenges of
Air, Business and Economy, Featured, Keith Norbury, Other, Supply Chain and Logistics
By Alex Binkley A furious mid-summer protest by transport companies and shippers has won them a one-year exemption from several Canada Labour Code hours of
Alex Binkley, Featured, Government and Regulation, Other
By Keith Norbury It’s going to take a massive amount of project cargo and breakbulk — heavy machinery, steel, modular housing, etc. — to build
Business and Economy, Featured, Gateways and Corridors, Keith Norbury, Other, Supply Chain and Logistics
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