Trans-Pacific Rates are Doubling Next Year (Logistics News – May 2021)

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Each month we will publish highlights from the important articles we’re reading about shipping and logistics. This month’s articles include trans-pacific rates doubling next year, carrier on-time reliability near an all-time low, real-time cargo visibility technology, Canada’s ELD implementation, and India’s shipments being impacted by COVID-19.

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Logistics News (April 2021)

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Each month we will publish highlights from the important articles we’re reading about shipping and logistics. This month’s articles include shippers diverting their cargo as the Port of Montreal dispute escalates, container shortages in Asia due to the Suez Canal Blockage, a $36-million cargo expansion at Edmonton International Airport, using the Port of Vancouver as an alternative to the congested Los Angeles and Long Beach, transporting excavators from Germany to Canada, and celebrating the essential work of our truck drivers.

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Logistics News (March 2021)

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Each month we will publish highlights from the important articles we’re reading about shipping and logistics. This month’s articles include implications of another Port of Montreal strike, the challenges reefer shippers are facing, delays at all North American ports, a look at how air cargo is doing in 2021, and the story of shipping a drilling rig from India to Benin, Africa bring clean water to those in need.

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Port of Montreal Union Negotiations Suspended

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The union representing the longshoremen at the Port of Montreal announced on Tuesday to its members that contract negotiations with management and mediators have been suspended. The Union president Martin Lapierre clarified that the mediation process had been suspended and did not end.

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Logistics News (February 2021)

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Each month we will publish highlights from the important articles we’re reading about shipping and logistics. This month’s articles include the need for better accuracy in shipping forecasts, electronic manifest requirements, real-time cargo visibility platform, ELD implementation, Canaan Group being named a BC Finalist for Canada’s Best Managed Companies, and forwarders expanding charter flights to increase capacity.

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Canaan Group Named a 2021 B.C. Finalist for Canada’s Best Managed Companies

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We are pleased to announce that Canaan Group has been selected as one of three BC Finalists for Canada’s Best Managed Companies, which is Canada’s leading business awards program that recognizes excellence in private Canadian-owned companies. Every year hundreds of businesses compete for this designation in a rigorous and independent process that evaluates the calibre of their management abilities and practices.

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Logistics News (January 2021)

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Each month we will publish highlights from the important articles we’re reading about shipping and logistics. This month’s articles include a 2021 air freight rates outlook, eBill of Lading standards, limited warehouse space, shipping antique cars, and a Canadian terminal and rail operations update.

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2020 Reflections from our CEO

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As 2020 comes to a close, I’ve found myself reflecting on the challenges and highlights from this past year, as well as planning for what’s to come in 2021. At the core of our business is the phrase “Delivered as Promised,” which is our commitment to our customers and everyone we work with.

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Big Changes for the Last-Mile Delivery Business

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With e-commerce driving demand, the final-mile delivery landscape is shifting and enlarging, with companies such as Amazon and grocery stores relying more on other logistics forwarding partners for residential delivery. 

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