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Armstrong joins Seaway Board

2011-01-31

Bob Armstrong, President of Supply Chain and Logistics Association Canada (SCL), was recently appointed as the Ontario Provincial Government Representative on the Board of the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation (SLSMC).

Mr. Armstrong has over four decades of experience in global supply chain issues, international trade, cross-border logistics and customs regulations and procedures.

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Vancouver sets new container record

2011-01-28

Port Metro Vancouver has announced a record container throughput of 2.5 million TEUs in 2010  as box volume climbed by 17% over the previous year. Total tonnage rose by 16% to 118.4 million tonnes. The PMV said that "demand for imported consumer goods continued and container exports returned to Asia with forest products and special crops"

"Port businesses have every reason to celebrate a hard-earned recovery that exceeded expectations," said Robin Silvester, PMV President and CEO.

"The results show the Asia-Pacific gateway strategy is working for the Canadian economy," said federal Transport Minister Chuck Strahl.

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U.S. shipping firm joins Green Marine

2011-01-27

New York-based Roymar Ship Management has become the first major U.S. shipping enterprise and newest participant in the Green Marine program. It is the 50th company to join the bi-national voluntary program established in Quebec City in 2008 to reduce the marine industry's environmental footprint.

A wholly-owned subsidiary of TBS International, Roymar manages an international fleet including 50 multi-purpose vessels and bulk carriers operating in key trade routes, notably transporting steel products, project cargo, general and dry bulk cargo.

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Prince Rupert posts record cargo volumes

2011-01-26

The Port of Prince Rupert recorded its strongest ever cargo volumes in 2010, thanks notably to increased container and coal activity. It is driven by expanding trade with Asia.

The northern British Columbia port handled 16.4 million tonnes of cargo, up 35% over 2009 and the first time it has surpassed 13 million tonnes since 1997.

Fairview Container Terminal handled 343,366 TEUs, a nearly 30% jump over 2009.

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Craig Neeser new Chair of Port Metro Vancouver

2011-01-25

The Board of Directors of Port Metro Vancouver has elected Craig Neeser as its incoming chair, effective March 1, 2011, succeeding Sarah Morgan-Silvester, whose term of office expires at the end of February. The Board made the announcement on Jan. 25.

A past President of Weyerhauser and Senior VP, International Group, Mr. Neeser joined the PMV Board in 2009.

He served most recently as Chair of the Major Capital Projects Committee and Member of the Governance/Conduct Committee.   (Photo: PMV)

 
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