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LOGISTEC announces acquisition of Fednav’s terminal division for US$105 million

  Montreal– LOGISTEC Stevedoring Inc., a subsidiary of LOGISTEC Corporation, a leading North American marine and environmental services provider, announced today that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire the Canadian and U.S. marine terminal business of Fednav, including Federal Marine Terminals, Inc. and the logistics division, Fednav Direct (collectively, “FMT”), for a

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Rhenus Logistics launches offshore project operations in Atlantic Canada

  Germany-based Rhenus Logistics has announced the launch of operations in eastern Canada for the project logistics and offshore market with two new business sites located in Halifax and St. John’s. As a result, the global logistics specialist will operate in the strongly growing onshore and offshore markets in Canada. Rhenus will be primarily focussing

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Methanex and MOL complete first-ever zero emissions voyage fueled by bio-methanol

  Vancouver-based Methanex Corporation and Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) announced that the dual-fuel vessel Cajun Sun successfully completed the first-ever net-zero voyage fuelled by bio-methanol. The voyage is an example of how Methanex and MOL are collaborating to demonstrate the viability of methanol as a marine fuel with a pathway to net-zero emissions. The

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Port of Prince Rupert celebrates 10th anniversary of Green Wave program

  The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) is marking the tenth anniversary of its Green Wave program by honouring five companies for their outstanding participation in the initiative last year. The recipients of the 2022 Green Wave Award include container shipping companies COSCO Shipping Lines, MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company, and SM Line, along with liquified

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Port of Vancouver extends phase-out date of older container trucks

  The Port of Vancouver has announced it will again defer implementation of its Rolling Truck Age Program for phasing out the oldest container trucks “for no less than nine months.” This would push the implementation date to early 2024 from April 3, 2023. The decision on February 24 was welcomed by both the federal

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Transport Canada invests in dry bulk conveyor project at Port of Belledune

  Belledune, NB -The Minister of Transport, Omar Alghabra, and the Member of Parliament for Acadie-Bathurst, Serge Cormier, today announced an investment of up to $12.5 million, under the National Trade Corridors Fund, for an infrastructure project at the Port of Belledune. The $25 million project will create a dry bulk conveyor loop between two terminals that

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