CP Secures Deal for Hapag-Lloyd AG at Port of Saint John

CP Secures Deal for Hapag-Lloyd AG at Port of Saint John

CALGARY – AB – 2 December 2020 – Today Canadian Pacific and Hapag-Lloyd AG announced they have extended their long-term rail service agreement to the end of 2025. Additionally, after successful calls to the Port of Saint John, N.B., this summer, Hapag-Lloyd will begin regular service via CP and this key Atlantic Canada port starting […]

CN: Laurentia to Shake Up East Coast Container Patterns

AUTOMATED, RAIL-ORIENTED QUEBEC CITY TERMINAL WILL SIPHON 1.6 MILLION TEU FROM PANYNJ, MONTREAL, NORFOLK, HALIFAX.

CN: Laurentia to Shake Up East Coast Container Patterns

According to the highly-detailed May.2020 report, Laurentia project: An Analysis of Economic Issues, the proposed container terminal within the Port of Quebec  will draw its projected 1.6 million TEU throughput objective primarily from U.S. East Coast ports, with only relatively small negative effect on Montreal and Halifax. It will also substantially increase rail intermodal traffic […]

CP Aims for 2023 Saint John 800,000 TEU Capacity Terminal

CP Aims for 2023 Saint John 800,000 TEU Capacity Terminal

Calgary, AB – 21.October –It has been no secret that Canadian Pacific has sights set on the two new east coast ports it gained through the Central Maine & Quebec Railway acquisition.  While Searsport has been mentioned for the bulk and liquid terminal capacity, CP President and CEO, Keith Creel, expanded upon his goal for […]

CP Inks Multi-Year A.P. Moller-Maersk Deal

CALGARY, AB – 19.October  – Canadian Pacific Railway Limited has announced a strategic, multi-year rail agreement with A.P. Moller – Maersk to move freight through the ports of Vancouver and Montreal. The agreement is further to a September 15 announcement regarding the construction of a new, world-class transload and distribution facility in Vancouver to expand CP’s and Maersk Canada’s supply chain options […]

Cold Storage Facility Approved for Portland Waterfront

Planning Board Approval for $30million Maine International Cold Storage Facility for Emskip

Cold Storage Facility Approved for Portland Waterfront

The Portland Planning Board on Tuesday approved the 120,000-square-foot Maine International Cold Storage warehouse proposed at the port. The Maine Port Authority and Emskip (which has weekly container ships to Portland from Europe) have pushed the plan for a number of years, lining up developer Treadwell Franklin Infrastructure of Yarmouth and investment firm, Amber Infrastructure.  […]

Port MTL: Dock Strike Sends Ships, Trains To PSJ, HFX, NYNJ

CUPE Local 375 and Sympathizers Strike Container Terminals. Government Stays Out of it

07.August, Montreal QC — The Canadian Union of Public Employees Local 375’s 1125 members launched an indefinite strike against the two Termont-operated container terminals at the port, starting on Monday, 10.August. The International Longshoremen Association joined the strike on 08. August. The unions say the action follows a breakdown in negotiations with the Association des […]

Port QBC: New Grain Export Terminal

New Grain Terminal will Add Export Capacity for Bumper Canadian Grain Crops.

Port QBC: New Grain Export Terminal

01.August, Quebec City QC – Port of Quebec’s Anse au Foulon sector will soon complete a $90 million grain transfer terminal to export Canadian grain. The Sollio Agriculture terminal is being built around an existing Sollio facility. New structures include four 15,000 metric tonne (te) silos, four 1000 te silos, covered conveyors, two grain handling and […]

CN: Ocean Carriers And Terminals Urge STB To Ok Massena

Eight Major Shipping Lines and PANYNJ Terminal Operators Request STB to Reconsider the Competition Condition Imposed on the Massena Sale.

23.June, Washington DC – American Container Lines (ACL), Hapag-Lloyd, Evergreen Shipping, CMA-CGM, Maersk shipping lines, and Holt Logistics, Maher Terminals, General Container Terminals (GCT) port operators sent Letters of Support for the CN/CSX Massena Lines sale to proceed, without the approval condition imposed by the STB in its 06.April Decision of Conditional Approval. The letters urge […]