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Logistec reports strongest quarter in its history

Montréal – LOGISTEC Corporation, a marine and environmental services provider, today announced its financial results for the three-month and nine-month periods ended September 25, 2021. The company reported its strongest quarter results to date in revenue and profit. Both the marine and the environmental services segments contributed to the strong results. “Overall, volumes are at pre-pandemic

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Unitrove unveils world’s first liquid hydrogen bunkering facility for fuelling zero-emission ships

LOUGHBOROUGH, England — Clean energy solutions provider Unitrove unveiled Friday the world’s first liquid hydrogen bunkering facility for fuelling zero-emission ships at the COP26 climate change conference in Glasgow. The unveiling, at the City of Glasgow College’s Riverside Campus, is the culmination of months of work. Unitrove says the facility is vital to fuel an

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Australia’s largest coal export facility looks into green hydrogen 

As announced yesterday by Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Australia is looking to build a green hydrogen and ammonia hub at the nation’s largest coal export facility at the Port of Newcastle in New South Wales. Port of Newcastle and Macquarie’s Green Investment Group have launched a $A3 million feasibility study into the development of

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Contrecoeur expansion receives Oracle Project of the Year Award

The Montreal Port Authority has received the Oracle Project of the Year award in the Opportunity/Equity category for its Contrecœur expansion project. The award was presented during the 13th North America Strategic Infrastructure Leadership Forum held annually by CG/LA Infrastructure, an event that brings together more than 500 participants from the major players in the

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Cargo diversity at Thunder Bay helps offset lower grain shipments 

Increased diversity in cargo shipments handled at the Port of Thunder Bay to end October  is helping to offset the decrease in overall shipments resulting from lower volumes of Prairie grain this season. While overall shipments at 6.4 million tonnes are 6% lower than the 5-year average and 17% lower than last year, the outlook

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Government of Canada extends contract for marine emergency towing vessels on the West Coast

To continue to meet this commitment, the Government of Canada is developing a long-term national approach for marine emergency towing known as the National Strategy on Emergency Towing, which will include recommendations on how to best meet emergency towing requirements on all coasts. The strategy will consider regional needs, the perspectives of Indigenous Peoples, partners

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CSL and Viterra set grain load record at Port of Thunder Bay

Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) reached a historic milestone at the Viterra terminal in the Port of Thunder Bay yesterday, when it loaded a record-setting 31,362 metric tonnes of grain on CSL Welland, breaking the previous record of 31,143 metric tonnes. The cargo of wheat will be discharged in Montreal, destined for international markets. The 36,364

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