Sanmar Shipyards proudly announce the delivery of “DELICAY VI” to the Genoese group “Rimorchiatori Riuniti”. She is re-named as “ITALIA”....
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THE port of Vancouver handled 144 million tonnes of cargo in 2019, down two per cent from 2018; and a record 3
- Alstom to acquire rail unit of Bombardier for up to US$6.7b
FRENCH train maker Alstom SA agreed to buy the rail unit of Bombardier Inc
- North American rail freight traffic volume down 7pc to 654,066 carloads
COMBINED North American rail freight traffic for the week ending February 22 was 654,066 carloads and intermodal units, down seven per cent year on...
- CN says illegal blockade is being cleared as it resumes rail service
THE Canadian National Railway (CN) has announced in a letter to customers that the ?illegal?blockade in Tyendinaga, Ontario and east of Belleville is...
- Proposed pipeline triggers protests against rail links to Canadian ports
PROTESTERS have been blocking sections of Canada's rail network, impacting port operations on both coasts, in opposition to a Indians objections...
- Canadian Pacific handles record 2.09 million tonnes of grain in January
CANADIAN Pacific moved 2
- Trainmaker Alstom in talks for US$7 billion buyout of Bombardier unit
FRENCH train maker Alstom confirmed it's in talks to acquire the rail business of embattled Canadian train and plane maker Bombardier, the...
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PROTESTS against a natural gas pipeline are crippling Canada's railways, prompting outcries of 'insanity' and 'ecoterrorism',...
- DSV Panalpina opens new Canada base near Toronto
DANISH-OWNED freight forwarder DSV has opened a new Canadian head office and logistics facility near Toronto, in the suburb of Milton, 20 miles from...
- Montreal pursues major upgrade initiative as box volumes grow 4.4pc
THE Canadian port of Montreal handled a record 40
- North American rail traffic down 8.8pc in week ending January 18
RAIL traffic in North America for the week ending January 18 totalled 670,441 carloads and intermodal units, down 8
- Researchers take in Eskimo views to plan safer Arctic shipping routes
LOW-IMPACT shipping corridors influence by Eskimos along the way could make shipping safer and less disruptive, say a geography Arctic research team...
- Farm exporters: BNSF, Union Pacific must back US west coast ports
BETTER and cheaper rail service will help US west coast ports and agricultural exporters reverse lost market share and increase competitiveness, says...
- Prince Rupert port sees cargo volumes surge 12pc to 29.9mt in 2019
THE Prince Rupert Port Authority (PRPA) handled a record 29
- India changes rules to allow US airlines to carry out own ground handling
INDIA will permit North American, Canadian and Australian airlines to perform their own ground handling activities after the Union Cabinet agreed to...
- Canadian Pacific moves record quarterly volume of local grain
CANADIAN Pacific (CP) moved more Canadian grain and grain products in the fourth quarter than any prior corresponding period in its history, with the...
- USWC invests in infrastructure and technology to regain lost cargo
WEST coast ports saw US import volumes from Asia drop from 70 per cent in 2014 to 66
- Canadian Pacific wraps up Central Maine & Quebec Railway acquisition
CANADIAN Pacific (CP) has closed the transaction related to the acquisition of the Central Maine & Quebec Railway (CMQ)
- North American rail volume falls 8.7pc in week ending December 21
NORTH AMERICAN rail volume for the week ending December 21 on 12 reporting US, Canadian and Mexican railways totalled 350,256 carloads, down 9