NEXT LUNCHEON CONFERENCE AND NEXT GENERATION SCHORLASHIP AWARD

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David Williams, Underwritter at Charles Taylor & Co. Limited in London will our guest speaker.
Sodes will award the Sodes Next generation scholarship to a graduate, postgraduate or to a postdoctoral fellow during the luncheon.

Sodes welcomes GPL-Gallagher among its members

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In Quebec, the company has more than 120 employees and service clients in all industry sectors including logistics, construction, manufacturing, and high technology.  In the world, Gallagher in 135 countries and relies on 27,000 professionals.

FINAL COUNTDOWN FOR THE 2018 EDITION OF THE SODES NEXT GENERATION SCHOLARSHIP!

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The St. Lawrence Economic Development Council (SODES) awards its $1,500 Next Generation scholarship to a graduate or postgraduate student as well as  a postdoctoral fellow to promote university graduate-level studies and researches in fields related to responsible marine-sector economic development.

North Shore road transport’s external social costs

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The St. Lawrence Economic Development Council (SODES) mandated the engineering consulting firm CPCS to conduct a study on transport’s external social costs on Highway 138, more specifically, the sector between Tadoussac and Sept-Îles.

The study presents the external costs generated by road transport on the North Shore, that is, the costs generated by the highway’s users but paid for by society as a whole. External social costs include costs associated with traffic-related accidents, pollution (greenhouse gas emissions), road maintenance on the section studied, congestion and noise.

Download the Summary in English

Download the study on the North Shore road transport’s external social costs, August 2018 (French only)

Operating hours extended at the Port of Montreal’s MGTP and Termont terminals

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CargoM, the Logistics and Transportation Metropolitan Cluster of Montreal, heralds the positive results of its partners’ collaboration to establish extended terminal operating hours at the Port of Montreal following the pilot project conducted as part of Working Group 3 – Innovation and Fluidity.

18th Québec Marine Day: Join the Movement

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Officially recognized by a Québec government Order-in-Council in 2002, Québec Marine Day is organized jointly by the St. Lawrence Shipoperators and the St. Lawrence Economic Development Council (SODES) primarily to make parliamentarians and senior government officials aware of issues related to the marine sector so that the industry can remain competitive and continue to serve Quebeckers’ best interests

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