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NY/NJ overtakes West Coast giants in container numbers

  For three months in succession, the Port of New York and New Jersey has been the busiest container port in the United States, overtaking the giant complex on the West Coast of Los Angeles and Long Beach as evidence grows of shifting transportation patterns. NY/NJ handled 18.9% more boxes in October 2022 over pre-pandemic

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Former CSL Group CEO Rod Jones receives IBJ Lifetime Achievement Award

  Montreal – The CSL Group has announced that former CSL President and CEO, and current Board member, Rod Jones, was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award on Monday evening, during the International Bulk Journal (“IBJ”) Awards in Rotterdam, Netherlands.“Respected throughout the global marine transportation industry, Rod Jones stands out as an inclusive, accessible and modern leader

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Xeneta forecasts drops in ocean rates, volumes and demand as storm clouds gather for 2023

  After over two years of rising rates and overstretched capacity, the rapidly cooling ocean freight market looks set for an “extremely challenging” 2023, according to Xeneta. The Oslo-based market intelligence platform.An in-depth analysis of the latest real-time ocean and air freight rates, combined with expert trend forecasts, suggests that ocean cargo volumes could fall

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CSL’s MV Nukumi wins IBJ Bulk Ship of the Year award

  Canada Steamship Lines (“CSL”), a division of The CSL Group, announced that its latest newbuild self-unloading vessel, MV Nukumi, was named Bulk Ship of the Year 2022 last Monday evening at the prestigious International Bulk Journal (“IBJ”) Awards in Rotterdam, Netherlands.Presented to the year’s most outstanding bulk ship or newly built vessel, the award recognizes the many

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Proposed North Sea container terminal powered by tidal energy

  It would be a world first. UK-based developer Centre Port Holdings has announced plans to build a container terminal powered by tidal energy, with a 2028 target date. With a capacity of up to 4 million TEUs, the facility would be located at the entrance to The Wash, a large bay on England’s central

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ArcelorMittal receives an EnviroLys Award in green project category

  Montreal – ArcelorMittal Mining Canada GP announced that it has won an EnviroLys Award in the ICI+ Green Project category for the use of pyrolytic oil at its Port-Cartier plant. The EnviroLys Awards recognize the private expertise of the green economy, the entrepreneurship and the innovation of the builders of the environmental services industry. They are

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New Clear Seas guide demystifies marine governance

  Vancouver – For most Canadians, marine shipping is something that takes place out of sight and over the horizon. Although an estimated 70 to 80% of the goods we use in our daily lives is brought to us by ships, the complex laws and regulations that keep shipping working only get the public’s attention when there’s a

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