It is with great pride and recognition that the Port of Trois-Rivières team has learned that the project On Course for 2020 has received the Distinction Award from the Association québécoise des transports (AQTr), in addition to being a finalist in the Infrastructure and Coup de coeur categories.
PORT OF QUÉBEC ANNOUNCES DEAL WITH HUTCHISON PORTS AND CN RAIL TO DEVELOP NEW $775 MILLION CONTAINER TERMINAL
The Québec Port Authority (“QPA”) is proud to announce the signing of a long-term commercial agreement with Hutchison Ports and CN to build and operate the new container terminal, known as project Laurentia (previously Beauport 2020).
Desgagnés Takes Delivery of the M/T ROSSI A. DESGAGNÉS :Dual-Fuel/LNG Oil-Chemical Tanker
A state-of-the-art, new-generation tanker whose construction was just completed; she is the last in a series of four custom-built tankers, based on an original concept developed by Desgagnés and ordered from the Besiktas Shipyard, located in Yalova near Istanbul, Turkey.
QSL to Invest Over $15 Million in Sorel-Tracy Area
The winner of 2017 Business of the Year in the Industrial Production, Processing, and Distribution category of the Economic Merit Awards will build three new warehouses in 2019 and launch a pilot project with advanced new equipment newly imported from Ireland.
After a fifth consecutive record year, steady growth in its various fields of activity and a 9% upswing in the container sector with 1.7 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEUs) handled in 2018, the Port of Montreal is more than ever a hub of global trade.
ARRIVAL OF COSCO SHIPPING LINES: A 7th MAJOR SHIPPING LINE COMMITS TO THE PORT OF MONTREAL
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).