Quebec City – Green Marine and the World Ocean Council (WOC) this week signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) formalizing their collaboration and complementary efforts
Oslo – Today, the world’s first electric and self-propelled container ship – Yara Birkeland – completed its maiden voyage in the Oslo fjord. “We are proud to be able
According to UNCTAD’s Review of Maritime Transport 2021, global consumer prices will rise significantly in the year ahead until shipping supply chain disruptions are unblocked
Canada’s largest port is hoping that normal operations can be restored this weekend after record-breaking torrential rains last weekend on Vancouver Island caused severe flooding
To shift port containers off congested highways and reduce pollution, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg backs an increase in federal funding for ‘Marine Highway’ vessels operating
Great Lakes-Seaway Canadian ports and operators are expecting the final two months of the season to be busy following solid cargo volumes in October. According
Saint John – The Board of Directors for Port Saint John has announced the appointment of Craig Bell Estabrooks as President and Chief Executive Officer.
The Arctic Gateway Group (AGG) has pressed the pause button on shipments of grain from The Port of Churchill in Northern Manitoba for the 2022