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Frozen-out north? The chilling of US-Canada trade

Of all the potential trade war scenarios that forecasters murmured over in the current administration, the prospect for Canada to be involved was, at the very least, low on the list. After an unprecedented announcement of a 10 percent tariff on imported aluminum and a staggering...

source: By Delany Martinez
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A LinkedIn discussion served as a microcosm for how shippers and the broader logistics industry are wrestling with a few key questions regarding blockchain. Are blockchain's proponents inordinately and/or prematurely boosting the new...

source: Journal of Commerce

Finance Minister Bill Morneau offered nervous business leaders reassurances about the state of NAFTA negotiations, saying he is "cautiously optimistic" a deal will be reached in the near future. Morneau met with the Windsor-Essex Regional...

source: Financial Post

Unmanned Cargo Aircraft (UCA) will change the logistics value chain. That is the claim of organizers of a industry event to be staged in November in Amsterdam that Azura International, publishers of Air Cargo Week, will partner.

source: Air Cargo Week

Lufthansa Cargo has started marketing cargo capacity on Brussels Airlines' flights for services departing from Sept. 1. The pre-booking period is 30 days, and freight booked in this way will fly with Lufthansa Cargo's air waybill with the number 020.

source: Air Cargo Week

CN President and Chief Executive Officer J.J. Ruest announced he has appointed railroaders experienced in precision-scheduled railroading to serve in senior management positions. Doug MacDonald and Keith Reardon will head CN's sales and marketing initiatives and all non-rail...

source: Progressive Railroading

Drone Delivery Canada on Aug. 13 announced that Transport Canada has granted the Company approvals to commence Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) test flights in Alma, Quebec. The test flights are the first phase of DDC's Remote Communities Project.

source: Drone Delivery Canada

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