A very well attended fourth annual Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers Canada Branch Dry Bulk Commodities Conference was held on November 16 at the Vancouver Convention Centre West.
Greater regulatory certainty and a burgeoning bunkering infrastructure worldwide means the conditions couldn’t be better for LNG-fuelled vessels to set sail.
The November 13-14, 2017 UNFCCC COP23 meeting in Bonn was the stage for the world’s 3rd largest container carrier, the Marseille based CMA CGM Group, to announce its decision to fit its 9 x 22,000 TEU newbuilds scheduled for delivery in 2020, with LNG propulsion.
Western Canadian grain shipments continue to grow against the background of Bill C-49: An Act to amend the Canada Transportation Act and other Acts respecting transportation
Image: G3 Terminal in Vancouver – set to become Vancouver’s first new grain terminal since the 1960’s. The terminal is nestled between Neptune Terminals to the west and Lynnterm Terminal to the east.
Pacific Merchant Shipping Association calls for major changes to the Los Angeles – Long Beach Clean Air Action Plan 2017
The Pacific Merchant Shipping Association (PMSA) which represents the owners of U.S. west coast marine terminals