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Port Metro Vancouver posts 2009 cargo decline

Diminution des cargaisons à Port Metro Vancouver en 2009

2010-02-18

Port Metro Vancouver has announced an 11% decline in volume at 102 million tonnes in 2009. Bright spots, however, were significant growth in grain, specialty crops and petroleum products.

While total container throughput fell by 14% to 2.2 million TEUs as a result of the global recession, there was a small uptick in export laden containers.

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Great Lakes marine industry forming binational information centre

La communauté maritime des Grands Lacs crée un centre binational d'information spécialisée

2010-02-18

The Canadian and U.S. Great Lakes marine industries have decided to establish this spring a binational information resource centre, which will be based at a U.S. port on the Great Lakes and come under the branding name of Marine Delivers. The undertaking stems from growing frustration over the persistent attacks of environmental lobbies, a plethora of confusing regulatory initiatives by individual U.S. states in particular, and perceived unfair coverage of the marine mode in certain media outlets.

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Huge slowdown in containership deliveries

Ralentissement considérable des livraisons de porte-conteneurs

2010-02-18

According to analysis by London-based Clarkson Research in its latest Container Intelligence Quarterly, containership delivery delays and cancellations, in addition to demolition, are making a dramatic impact on fleet projections. Annual global capacity growth of just over 5% is now forecast this year and 2011.

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