The FRQNT’s (Fonds de recherche du Québec – Nature et technologies) international internship aims to foster international mobility of students whose research activities are part of the Scientific Strategy (in French only) of the Réseau Québec maritime (RQM).
The November edition of the interview of the month featuring Chantal Rouleau
It is with great pride that Desgagnés took delivery of the M/T Paul A. Desgagnés on October 31st 2018, following the completion of her construction in Turkey. She is a new-generation product tanker with state-of-the-art technology.
Trois-Rivières Port Authority unveils its On Course for 2030 plan
The electrically-operated, environmentally-friendly cranes will provide many benefits in terms of noise and emissions reduction, and will allow MGT to continue to offer its customers an exceptionally efficient and productive service.
Operating hours extended at the Port of Montreal’s MGTP and Termont terminals
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.
Cargo shipments to ports on the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River waterway generate CDN$60 billion worth of economic activity and 328,500 jobs in Canada and the U.S. That breaks down to 181,000 jobs and CDN$26 billion in economic activity in Ontario and Quebec.
THE PORT OF MONTREAL AND THE FONDS DE SOLIDARITÉ FTQ TEAM UP TO ATTRACT BUSINESSES TO THE PORT’S LOGISTICS CHAIN
The Montreal Port Authority (the MPA) and the Fonds de solidarité FTQ (the Fonds) announced today that they have signed an agreement to create the Partenariat de financement logistique Fonds de solidarité FTQ – Port de Montréal, making $100 million available to companies with a development project in Greater Montreal connected with the Port’s logistics chain.