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.
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
Développements Port Saguenay (DPS), a subsidiary of Saguenay Port Authority (SPA), is pleased to receive a guarantee of up to $ 30.1 million and a loan of $ 32.9 million from the Government of Quebec for the establishment of energy infrastructures in its industrial port zone.
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.
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