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The Association of Canadian Port Authorities
The Association of Canadian Port Authorities (ACPA), the organization that represents the eighteen Canada Port Authorities in the National Ports System, as well as companies doing business in the marine sector, is encouraged by the Government of Cana...
Ogden Point
With a favourable forecast for cruise business in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest, Victoria is attracting more and more interest from cruise lines as both a port-of-call and a potential homeport.
Prince Rupert's Fairview Container Terminal - photo by Lonnie Wishart
The Port of Prince Rupert and DP World today announced a significant milestone in the ongoing expansion of Fairview Container Terminal. The Phase II North container terminal expansion project, launched in the first quarter of 2015, is now more than 7...
Saab supplies first Common Operating Picture in upgrade to Flinders Ports in Australia
Defence and security company Saab has deployed its first Common Operating Picture (COP): an extension of Saab’s KleinPort port management information system (PMIS) that makes ports more efficient and competitive. As of November 1st 2016, Flinde...
Currently, the only existing LPG export terminal on the West Coast of North America is in Ferndale, Washington (Photo courtesy of AltaGas).
In 2014, the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies report, The US Shale Revolution and the changes in LPG Trade Dynamics, observed that “One of the significant developments associated with the U.S. shale revolution and that has attracted little a...