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TMCD, tourné vers l'avenir - 2013

Shortsea Shipping (SSS) Current and Future - 2013

2013-03-02

À Montréal, les 19 et 20 mars prochains, Armateurs du Saint-Laurent tiendra sa première conférence sur le transport maritime courte distance (TMCD).

Des représentants de plusieurs organisations connues seront conférenciers dont le Port d'Anvers, le Bureau de Promotion du Shortsea Shipping (France), la Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation, MariNova Consulting, la Chambre commerce maritime, l'Association Minière du Canada, l'Université de Montréal et Seward & Kissel LLP.

Également, M. Kris Peeters, Ministre-Président du gouvernement de la Flandre, en Belgique, fera une allocution lors du cocktail du 19 mars.
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Algoma Central Corporation named one of Canada's best managed companies


2013-02-26

Algoma Central Corporation has been named as one of Canada's Best Managed Companies for 2012. The winners were announced on Feb. 26 by co-sponsors The National Post, Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Queen's School of Business, and Deloitte LLP.

Canada's Best Managed Companies, the country's leading business awards program recognizing excellence in Canadian-owned and-managed companies with revenues over $10 million, was established in 1993. Every year the program announces 50 winners from the hundreds of companies that compete for this designation in a rigorous and independent process that evaluates the calibre of their management abilities and practices.

The project involves the building of a two-lane overpass that will provide grade separation between rail tracks and the Deltaport Causeway access road adjacent to the Deltaport Container Terminal. The grade separation will continute up to 200,000 TEUs of additional capacity annually at Deltaport.
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Accords de partenariat ferroviaires au Port de Trois-Rivières

Railway partnership agreements at Port of Trois-Rivières

2013-02-22

Le port de Trois-Rivières a annoncé trois accords de partenariat avec le Chemin de fer Québec-Gatineau (CFQG) et le Canadien Pacifique en vue d' établir des stratégies et des plans d'action visant à attirer de nouvelles entreprises. Elles s'inscrivent dans les priorités définies dans le plan stratégique Cap sur 2020, dévoilé il y a quelques années.

Les accords commerciaux permettront à la communauté portuaire de fournir des solutions complètes et innovantes adaptées aux besoins de nos clients, a déclaré le 21 février Gaétan Boivin, président et chef de la direction.

En raison du caractère stratégique du système ferroviaire, l'Administration portuaire de Trois-Rivières (APTR) voulait avoir la propriété des voies ferrées et des terrains sur lesquels ils sont situés, qui appartenaient à CFQG et CP.

En conséquence, une convention permet l'APTR à prendre toutes les décisions concernant le développement du réseau ferroviaire du port.

Un autre accord vise à assurer un fonctionnement efficace et productif du système ferroviaire.  (Photo: APTR)

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Montreal port employers and longshore workers ratify accord

2013-02-21

The Maritime Employers Association (MEA) and the Local 375 union representing some 800 longshore workers at the Port of Montreal have ratified a six-year collective agreement.

The new agreement "will allow the Port of Montreal to continue its operations while remaining competitive and ensuring its growth," the MEA said on Feb. 21.

Longshore union members approved the Memorandum of Agreement concluded on Jan. 4 by a 56% majority, just two months after the last contract expired.

The project involves the building of a two-lane overpass that will provide grade separation between rail tracks and the Deltaport Causeway access road adjacent to the Deltaport Container Terminal. The grade separation will continute up to 200,000 TEUs of additional capacity annually at Deltaport.
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Port Metro Vancouver sets container and bulk sector records

2013-02-20

Canada's largest port announced that its 2012 year-end results confirmed continuing cargo growth, including new records in the container and bulk sectors.

The final total came to 124 million tonnes of cargo, a one per cent increase over 2011, reflecting growth in Asian economies and demand in Canada.

Bulk volume of 83.7 million tonnes represented a small decline, although coal throughput edged above 2011 to reach a new summit.

Container traffic exceeded forecasts to rise by 8% and attain 2.7 million TEUs.  (Photo: PMV)

McAsphalt Marine Transportation expands fleet

 
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