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Supply Chain Canada Conference
CITA
CITA, in partnership with SCL Canada, is pleased to present Supply Chain Canada, Mississauga Convention Centre, 75 Derry Road West, May 14-15, 2013. The 2013 program includes keynotes and workshops that will feature inspiration-to-action conversations and insights tailored to your priorities. Connect with colleagues at the many networking events! Leave with new skills, creativity and energy – get ready to be inspired! For more information or to register, please visit the Supply Chain Canada website at http://supplychaincanada.com.
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CEO: Canadian Pacific posts progress on turnaround plan
Progressive Railroading
Canadian Pacific is making gains and in some cases is ahead of schedule in its four-year turnaround strategy, Chief Executive Officer E. Hunter Harrison said in a speech to the J.P. Morgan Aviation Transportation and Defense Conference in New York City.
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Canadian International Merchandise Trade, January 2013
CIFFA
Canada's merchandise exports rose 2.1 per cent in January and imports increased 1.9 per cent. As a result, Canada's trade deficit with the world narrowed from $332 million in December to $237 million in January. Exports rose to $39.1 billion, as prices increased 1.3 per cent and volumes were up 0.9 per cent. The main contributors to the monthly gain in exports were crude oil and crude bitumen as well as unwrought precious metals and precious metal alloys.
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Motor carriers miffed over delay in ACI eManifest program implementation
Transportation Logistics
Canadian motor carriers who have made the investment and put forward the effort to be early-adopters of Canada Border Service Agency's ACI eManifest program are not pleased by the agency's announced delay in implementation, according to the Canadian Trucking Alliance.
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Mergers and acquisitions in transportation: What's the forecast?
Silo Breaker
Mergers and acquisitions activity is expected to intensify in the transportation sector over the next several years. Aging baby boomers are seeking opportunities to capitalize on their years of hard work. The recession took the fun out of the business for many entrepreneurs.
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Rail


Miramichi mill wants CN Railway line reinstalled
CBC News
A Miramichi mill is fighting to have a CN Railway line reinstalled after it was ripped up. Miramichi Lumber had plans to ship 600 rail cars of wood chips and 100 cars of lumber per year to Saint John by train beginning this spring, said Hal Raper, the company's chief financial officer.
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Work underway on $90 million road, rail and utility corridor in Prince Rupert
The Nerthern View
Work on the Ridley Island Road, Rail and Utility Corridor kicked off with a ground-breaking ceremony. Phase one of the $90 million project includes the construction of an eight kilometre loop of five rail tracks, a two-lane road and port-owned hydro lines.
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Air


Priorities for air cargo
Aviation Pros
The International Air Transport Association called on airlines and their partners in the air cargo supply chain to work together to make air cargo more competitive and address the challenges of safety, security and sustainability. Air cargo is vital to the global economy, transporting more than $5 trillion worth of goods annually, or more than a third of world trade by value.
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Saudia Airlines Cargo increases frequencies to West Africa
Air Cargo World
Saudi Airlines Cargo has increased its frequencies to West Africa from Dubai World Central. Under an agreement between Saudi Airlines Cargo and Fast Forward Cargo in the United Arab Emirates, the new partnership will operate 175 combined B747 flights between the UAE and West Africa.
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CEO: Canadian Pacific posts progress on turnaround plan
Progressive Railroading
Canadian Pacific is making gains and in some cases is ahead of schedule in its four-year turnaround strategy, Chief Executive Officer E. Hunter Harrison said earlier this week in a speech to the J.P. Morgan Aviation Transportation and Defense Conference in New York City.

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Supply Chain Canada Conference
CITA
CITA, in collaboration with Supply Chain and Logistics Canada, is pleased to present Supply Chain Canada, Mississauga Convention Centre, 75 Derry Road West, May 14-15, 2013. The 2013 program includes keynotes and workshops that will feature inspiration-to-action conversations and insights tailored to your priorities. Connect with colleagues at the many networking events! Leave with new skills, creativity and energy – get ready to be inspired! For more information or to register, please visit the Supply Chain Canada website at http://supplychaincanada.com.

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Strait port authority has its foes
The Chronicle-Herald
Looking out the boardroom window of the Strait of Canso Superport offices onto the still waters separating mainland Nova Scotia from Cape Breton.

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Marine


EU sulphur targets costly for U.K. shipping sector
The Maritime Executive
European Union targets to reduce sulphur emissions from the shipping sector will lead to huge costs for the British marine industry and reduce the country's competitiveness, a report by U.K. engineering consultancy AMEC. EU environment ministers backed tough new limits for shipping fuel, which will be phased in across EU waters as part of efforts to cut pollution from toxic chemicals.
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