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Port Saint John reaches 100,000 TEU milestone

  With over $500 million invested in recent years from the private sector, government, and the Port itself, Port Saint John is starting to feel the benefits of the infrastructure and supply chain upgrades at the DP World operated container terminal. The port and its partners have reached an important milestone of 100,000 TEUs so

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Artemis Technologies unveil design of cutting edge 100% electric passenger ferry

  Belfast-based Artemis Technologies, a maritime design and applied technologies company has unveiled the design of its all-electric hydrofoiling ferry, the EF-24, targeting the global high-speed ferry market. The revolutionary ferry is among several zero-emission vessels being developed by Artemis Technologies in Belfast, Northern Ireland, designed to provide commercially viable green transport solutions for operators,

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On our Forum: The awesome challenge of improving life at sea

  By Michael Grey* The old ideas are always the best, it is said, and if you are in the mood for cliches, you probably agree that they invariably come around again and again. It is interesting to see the efforts that are being made to “sell” careers at sea and to try and persuade

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Port of Vancouver mid-year cargo volume declines 11%

  The Vancouver Fraser Port Authority has released 2022 mid-year statistics for goods moving through the Port of Vancouver. Overall cargo declined 11% to 68.3 million from 76.4 million metric tonnes (MMT) compared to the same period last year, reflecting impacts of a poor Canadian grain harvest, congestion caused by 2021 flooding in B.C., and

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Charbonne Hydrogen announces that it is now part of “The PIER” in Halifax (NS)

    BROSSARD, QC – Charbonne Hydrogen Corporation ( TSXV: CH) (“Charbone“)  announced the execution, as of August 16, 2022, of an agreement to lease an office space and associated office services with “The PIER” at the Halifax Seaport. The PIER, a center for port innovation, planning and strategy, has been established by the Halifax Port Authority and is

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Canadian Coast Guard demonstrates Arctic environmental response capacity in Iqaluit, Nunavut  

  YELLOWKNIFE, NT, – The Canadian Coast Guard held a training exercise involving a simulated marine oil spill clean-up operation on Thursday, September 15th. The exercise simulated the initial response to a significant diesel spill in the vicinity of the Port of Iqaluit. Response crews exercised observation, response, and beach flush missions. Led by Nunavut-based Canadian Coast

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