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Nutrien partners with Exmar on ammonia fuels

Antwerp, Belgium, headquartered gas carrier operator Exmar is partnering with Canadian fertilizer producer Nutrien to deploy an ammonia-fueled vessel by as early as 2025. The vessel would be fueled by […]

July 30 – Pacific Guardian

On July 28th, the Pacific Pilotage Authority’s chair Lorraine Cunningham (pictured above with Ocean Pacific Marine President Bruce Kempling) christened, the Pacific Guardian at the naming ceremony in Campbell River, […]

FMC hears proposal on supply chain congestion

Recommendations to address ongoing port and supply chain congestion was address at a recent of a Federal Maritime Commission meeting.  Commissioner Rebecca F. Dye provided the Commission with a set […]

South African ports hit by cyberattack

South Africa’s state-owned logistics firm said Tuesday it was working to restore systems following a major cyber-attack last week that hit the country’s key port terminals. The company declared a […]

BC clinics open Wednesday for walk-ins

On Wednesday, August 4, all vaccination clinics are offering Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to those eligible for their first or second doses without an appointment.  Walk-ins generally should have a […]

Port of Vancouver operations update

The CN and CP rail lines from Kamloops to Vancouver are currently operating under Ministerial Order (MO) 21-06 requirements, which include targeted speed restrictions, increased equipment inspections, and fire prevention […]

Florida ports receive $250M in financial aid

The Florida Department of Transportation on Thursday announced how it will divvy up $250 million that state lawmakers set aside this spring for ports out of money Florida is receiving […]