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Supply Chain Canada Conference
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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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North American surface trade up 6.2 per cent year-over-year in 2012
Truck News
Trade using surface transportation modes between Canada, the U.S. and Mexico increased by 6.2 per cent in 2012 compared to 2011, valued at $960 billion in 2012, according to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics of the U.S. Department of Transportation. The $960 billion in surface mode trade was the highest annual amount since the North American Free Trade Agreement went into effect in 1994.
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Feds to invest $80 million in upgrades for three border crossings
Truck News
The Canadian government has announced up to $80 million in funding to expand and improve three border crossings across the country. The Lansdowne Border Crossing, located at the Canadian side of the Thousand Islands Bridge in Lansdowne, ON, will be getting up to $60 million in infrastructure improvements, according to Gord Brown.
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Rail


Railway carloadings, January 2013
4-traders
The Canadian railway industry carried 26.1 million tonnes of freight in January, up 4.9 per cent from January 2012. The increase occurred solely on the strength of domestic rail shipments. The tonnage marked the largest amount of freight carried for the month of January since 1999.
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North American freight railcar fleet grows
The Journal of Commerce
The size of the revenue-earning freight railcar fleet in North America rose by 1.1 per cent in 2012 to 1.5 million units of equipment, but has not recovered to pre-recession population levels, according to Railinc's 2013 North American Freight Railcar Review, which provides a snapshot of the North American railcar fleet compared with the previous year and includes statistics and overall trends from the Railinc Umler system.
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Air


IATA, FIATA announce multilateral e-AWB agreement
Air Cargo World
The International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations and the International Air Transport Association have announced that the Multilateral electronic Air Waybill standard has been approved, removing the need for bilateral e-AWB agreements between airlines and freight forwarders.
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Feds to invest $80 million in upgrades for three border crossings
Truck News
The Canadian government has announced up to $80 million in funding to expand and improve three border crossings across the country.

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U.S. truck tonnage up for fourth straight month
Truck News
U.S. for-hire truck tonnage rose 0.6 per cent in February after increasing one per cent in January, according to the latest figures from the American Trucking Associations.

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Toronto Pearson wins Air Cargo Excellence Award
Transportation and Logistics
Toronto Pearson Airport has won the Air Cargo Excellence Award for its leadership in service standards and operational excellence as rated by airline staff and partners worldwide.

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Marine


Unachievable U.S. regulation threatens investments in the Canadian short sea shipping industry
Canada News Wire
The Canadian Shipowners Association is concerned with a permit published by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, as it could threaten the commercial viability of its members ships and impact the operations of the industries they serve.
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