The Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) announced today the return of cruise vessels to the Port of Prince Rupert this summer with the release of the 2022 cruise vessel schedule. In all, 26 cruise vessels with approximately 14,010 passengers are expected between May and September. After a two-year hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the
Montreal — The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) and Canadian National Railway (CN) announced that they have reached an agreement to integrate rail transport at the MPA’s new container terminal in Contrecœur. This initiative will help maximize the terminal’s efficiency and ensure a competitive commercial offering. Along with a private partner that will be retained to develop and
Forty members of Congress have urged President Biden to appoint an Administrator for the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (GLS). The position of Seaway Administrator has been vacant since Betty Sutton left the agency in early 2017. Craig H. Middlebrook is Deputy Administrator. Led by Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur (D-OH), the bipartisan, bicameral group
Full container terminals in Northern Europe and the US East Coast, constantly shifting vessel schedules, and persistently low on-time performance continue to undermine stability on the trans-Atlantic trade. Those dynamics are creating bottlenecks that will make the US East Coast “the next hot spot for terribly high congestion,” said Peter Sand, chief analyst at
PSA International Pte Ltd and Halifax Port Authority have announced PSA’s acquisition of Ceres Halifax Inc. from Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha. PSA Halifax will now operate two container terminals in Halifax, namely Atlantic Hub and Fairview Cove, jointly branded under PSA Halifax. PSA Halifax’s Atlantic Hub terminal is located at the south end of the
Yara International and Azane Fuel Solutions have signed a commercial agreement to establish a carbon-free ammonia fuel bunker network in Scandinavia. The ammonia bunker terminals will be designed and constructed by Azane Fuel Solutions and delivered to Yara. As one of the world’s largest ammonia producers, the global fertilizer company Yara, will use its position
Port of Sheet Harbour Agency (POSHA), a QSL International Ltd. Company, will manage the Sheet Harbour Marine Terminal. Quebec-based QSL is a key supply chain player in port terminal operations, stevedoring, marine services, logistics and transport throughout North America. QSL has signed a 10-year lease agreement with Nova Scotia Business Inc., owner of the port facility.
Evergreen Marine, the owner of the stuck 12,000-TEU Ever Forward, today declared General Average following two unsuccessful attempts with five tugboats to refloat the ship in Chesapeake Bay. In a statement, Evergreen said GA has been declared “in light of the increasing costs arising from the continued attempts to refloat the vessel.” The next procedure