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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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Canada's exporters not tapping into vast emerging market potential: CIBC report
Canadian Transportation & Logistics
Canadian exporters have shown they can compete and win in the highly competitive Chinese market but too few companies are tapping into broader emerging market opportunities, and this limits the ability of the economy to grow, said a new report from CIBC World Markets.
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Trucking


Rebuild Highway 75, says Manitoba Trucking Association
CBC News
The Manitoba Trucking Association is calling on the provincial government to rebuild Highway 75 so it would not be affected by spring floods. The stretch of Highway 75 that runs between Winnipeg and Emerson has been shut down during past floods, including those in 2009 and 2011.
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Rail


CN Railway profit hurt by winter weather chill
Reuters Canada
Canadian National Railway took a big winter weather hit, the country's largest rail operator said, on Monday, as extreme cold and heavy snow in Western Canada slowed operations and nipped into profits. CN said it has since turned the corner, returning to more efficient operations, but will bump up its capital spending plan by $100 million to $2 billion, to make its network more resilient and productive.
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Why shipping oil by rail may not be a substitute for Keystone
Financial Post
The prospects for bringing large amounts of Canadian heavy crude oil into the United States by train is a contentious issue as the U.S. government weighs whether to allow the controversial Keystone XL pipeline to go ahead. An assumption that oil would move by rail without Keystone was a key part of a U.S. State Department report in March that found development of Canada's oil sands region will proceed at roughly the same rate, with or without the pipeline.
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Air


Low-cost Norwegian Air launches cargo company
Reuters
Low-cost carrier Norwegian Air Shuttle is launching a stand-alone cargo company to exploit the growing capacity of its network as it expands the number of air routes it has around the world, the firm mentioned. The airline, which booked Europe's biggest ever aircraft order last year with the purchase of 222 short-haul jets from Boeing and Airbus, is opening new routes to Asia and North America.
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CIBC report: Canada's exporters not tapping into vast emerging market potential: CIBC report
Canadian Transportation & Logistics
Canadian exporters have shown they can compete and win in the highly competitive Chinese market but too few companies are tapping into broader emerging market opportunities, and this limits the ability of the economy to grow, said a new report from CIBC World Markets.

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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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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.

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Marine


GE Power Conversion books LNG ship, FSRU orders
Marine Log
GE's Power Conversion business announced it has been awarded new contracts for orders of electric power and propulsion systems on two liquid natural gas carriers and an LNG Floating Storage Regasification Unit. In total, GE has signed contracts to supply systems for 26 LNG carriers and five FSRUs. In the last six months alone, the company has signed contracts worth around $80 million.
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