Vancouver, BC – North American importers and exporters will gain more cross-dock transload capacity in their PNW supply chains during the 2021 peak season. Maersk and Canadian Pacific announced the construction of the new facility in September 2020 with ideal connectivity to the port of Vancouver via rail (or truck) directly into the warehouse.
MONTREAL and KANSAS CITY – CN and Kansas City Southern today announced that they have jointly filed with the Surface Transportation Board (STB) certain documents requested by the STB in its June 8, 2021, Decision in STB Finance Docket No. 36514 to enable the STB to review the voting trust in connection with the
The National Retail Federation has requested an urgent meeting with President Biden and other top U.S. administration officials to discuss the challenges retailers face from congestion at U.S. ports. The letter from NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay states: “The supply chain disruption issues, especially the congestion affecting our key maritime ports, are causing
NEOLINE’s decision to retain the offer from the Loire company Neopolia Mobility for the construction of its first sail freighter is motivated by a qualitative proposal from Neopolia that is best suited to the needs of the shipowner. This decision closes a second international call for tenders launched at the end of 2020 by
Panama City – Ahead of the fifth anniversary of its expansion, the Panama Canal has increased the maximum allowable length for vessels transiting the Neopanamax Locks. Since May 21, the maximum length overall (LOA) for commercial and non-commercial vessels acceptable for regular transits of the Neopanamax Locks is 370.33 meters (1,215 feet), up from
Maritime data analytics specialist METIS Cyberspace Technology has opened a fully owned subsidiary in Vancouver, Canada, to enhance its service to local customers and generate new business throughout North America. As part of the company’s global growth strategy, the establishment of a regional office allows METIS to support local shipowners with their digital transformation
Theodore Too tugged at the heartstrings of fans on P.E.I. Sunday, as a steady stream of children and parents stopped by the dock in Summerside to see and photograph the replica of the beloved TV character. The friendly tugboat was the star of a CBC children’s television show and worked as a tour boat
ATLANTA and LYSAKER, Norway-TECO 2030 AS has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Chart Industries, Inc. to jointly develop technological solutions that will capture carbon dioxide (CO2) emitted by ships and subsequently store it in liquid form. “When the new CO2 capture integration that we are collaborating on with Chart and Sustainable Energy Solutions