Canada’s West Coast container ports stayed level in the first quarter of 2013 with the robust growth they experienced last year. When compared with the first quarter of 2012, Canadian ports saw a higher throughput volume in the first quarter of 2013, but a slight dip in West Coast traffic market share.
Port of Prince Rupert
07 Mar 2013
The Prince Rupert Port Authority is preparing for the construction launch of the Ridley Island Road, Rail Utility Corridor in British Columbia, CFTK-TV reports.
28 Feb 2013
Canada’s West Coast container ports saw robust growth in 2012 while for the most part their U.S. counterparts stagnated or declined, according to analysis of each port’s published data. The result is that Canada’s share of total West Coast volumes is growing.
05 Feb 2013
Container volumes at West Coast ports increased 4 percent in December, but 2012 overall was a lackluster year as the total of import and export containers increased only 2 percent from 2011.
16 Jan 2013
Canadian National Railway and the Indiana Rail Road Co.
16 Jan 2013
Canadian National Railway’s plan to build an intermodal terminal in Indianapolis with the Indiana Rail Road Company fits into the former’s broader effort to give shippers using its top Asian gateways access to new markets.
16 Jan 2013
The ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles managed to increase their container volumes slightly in 2012 from a weak 2011...
20 Dec 2012
The arrival of the Cosco Vancouver at the Port of Prince Rupert on Nov. 18 was a milestone at the 5-year-old port because the vessel carried the 500,000th container unit to be handled this year at the rapidly growing gateway 500 miles north of Vancouver.
17 Dec 2012
LONG BEACH—The volume of containers in Los Angeles-Long Beach in November dropped 2 percent compared to the same month la
12 Dec 2012
A Journal of Commerce survey found that cargo owners are flustered by the eight-day office clerical workers strike last month in Los Angeles-Long Beach, and the possibility of an East and Gulf Coast dockworker strike three weeks from now, but cargo diversion is not an option for many shippers.
04 Dec 2012
Don Krusel, President and CEO, Prince Rupert Port Authority examines the Canadian opportunities for trade of local resour
16 Nov 2012
ANAHEIM, Calif. — The competition among ports in the U.S., Canada and Mexico for Asian cargo is not a zero-sum game, but rather a matter of each port capturing market share based on what it does best.