2019 SODES RENDEZ-VOUS

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The St. Lawrence Economic Development Council (SODES) is pleased to announce that the SODES Rendez-vous’ 6th edition will take place on April 11 in Montréal. This year’s theme is Port development and land-use planning: issues and outlook for the future.

ARRIVAL OF COSCO SHIPPING LINES: A 7th MAJOR SHIPPING LINE COMMITS TO THE PORT OF MONTREAL

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As a result, starting in April the Port of Montreal will welcome this new service, which will connect Montreal with several northern European cities, such as Antwerp, Bremerhaven, Le Havre and Liverpool, for the benefit of importers and exporters. Cosco Shipping Lines’ containers will be handled at the terminals of Montreal Gateway Terminals Partnership (MGTP).

Chantal Rouleau presents the new government’s vision for developing the St. Lawrence at a SODES luncheon conference

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The Minister presented the new government’s vision for developing the St. Lawrence River to the 130 guests in attendance.

CargoM launches its new website: Montreal Transport Logistics – MTL

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What you will find on this new site is information in import and export transit times via Montreal, reasons to use Montreal for your business, videos presenting Greater Montreal’s strengths and, of course, information on CargoM’s members and partners.

MARITIME INFORMATION BUREAU ADDS UPDATED ECONOMY FACT SHEET

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The new-and-improved fact sheet on the marine industry economy presents the marine industry’s contribution to the Québec economy (in figures) and provides an overview of the port network, navigation on the St. Lawrence and the cargo carried on it.

THE MARITIME INFORMATION BUREAU ADDS INFORMATION ON OIL SHIPPING

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The texts added address tanker safety and requirements governing oil shipping, the applicable regulations, stakeholders’ roles and responsibilities in case of a spill and the compensation regime.

ICE JAM IN LAKE SAINT-PIERRE: THE SHORTAGE OF ICEBREAKERS THREATENS THE ECONOMY AND PUBLIC SAFETY

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In order to sustain our economy, it is both crucial and critical to provide the Coast Guard with new and powerful state-of-the-art icebreakers necessary to deliver the level of service it has committed to by agreement with the industry.

GRANT FROM MINISTÈRE DES TRANSPORTS DU QUÉBEC TO BARRETTE-CHAPAIS LTÉE

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DEVELOPMENT OF INFRASTRUCTURE OF STORAGE OF WOOD PELLETS IN THE PORT OF SAGUENAY
It is a structuring project that the SPS is very proud to welcome on its industrial-port area and which emphasizes more than ever that the Port of Saguenay is the port of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean and Center North of Quebec.

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