Logistec reported record revenues for its third quarter ended September 29 of $78.5 million, up 16.8 per cent from the same period a year earlier. Net profits from operations of $7.1 were up slightly from the year-ago period, after excluding a one-time gain of $6.2 million gain recorded during the third quarter of 2011.
Subject to changes caused by severe climatic conditions may occur during the closing period, as a result of which scheduled closing dates may need to be amended.
Montreal-Lake Ontario Section
The Corporations have decided to waive the operational surcharges on December 21, 22, 23 and 24.
Any transit of the Montreal-Lake Ontario section of the Seaway after 23:59 hours, December 24, if permitted, will be subject to prior written agreement. Arrangements are to be made at our St. Lambert office.
Irrespective of operating conditions, in the Montreal-Lake Ontario section of the Seaway, all vessels must be clear of this section at 23:59 hours on December 29th. (more…)
An updated version of the North American Transportation Statistics (NATS) database, a unique online source for comprehensive information on transportation activity, has recently been released. The database is the result of a tripartite initiative representing the transportation and statistical agencies of Canada, the United States and Mexico. All three countries have updated the tables to include 2011 data where available.
Prince Rupert Port Authority oversaw the safe and timely arrival of a major piece of equipment integral to the expansion of coal export operations at Ridley Terminals Inc., as a stacker/reclaimer unit cruised into Porpoise Harbour aboard the heavy-lift vessel HHL Macao.
Canadian Pacific announced it will donate $1 million to assist with Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. The donation will include $250,000 to the American Red Cross; $250,000 to the Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City; and $250,000 to New Jersey Governor Christie’s Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund.