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Weekly Market update: December 16th, 2021

Latest News STATEMENT: Canada’s port authorities welcome support for supply chains. The Acting President of the Association of Canadian Port Authorities, Debbie Murray, issued the following statement in response to today’s Economic and Fiscal Update. “The Association of Canadian Port…

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Global update: December 10th

It’s been a little over eight months since the Ever Given lodged itself in the Suez Canal, and the cargo vessel is once again headed for the water passage—feel old yet? If not for the near-weekly volley of supply chain…

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Weekly Market Update: December 1, 2021

Latest News CN calls a halt to reopening in BC. Flooding in southern B.C. continues to present logistical challenges for exporters as Canadian National Railway Co. shut its service along the key freight corridor because of heavy precipitation and traffic…

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Vancouver Gastown View To Downtown with railcars

Global Update: November 12, 2021

In the second week of the COP26 Climate Summit, leaders from 19 developed nations signed the Clydebank Declaration, an agreement to invest in clean energy infrastructure and establish “at least six green corridors by the middle of this decade” —shipping…

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Global Update: November 5, 2021

Continued supply chain bottlenecks around the world have given room for a 9.1% increase in global air cargo demand over pre-COVID levels, according to IATA’s September 2021 performance data for global air cargo. And while it can be argued that…

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Global Update: October 28

Robust growth in passenger service demand, especially for transatlantic routes, may slowly ease the capacity strain in the air freight market after announcements were made by several countries to reopen borders, including Australia, Britain, Canada, and the US. Double-digit increases…

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Global Update: October 21

Strong travel demand from the Americas and Europe replenishes passenger belly capacity according to recent airport data, but freighters will continue to play a significant role to move holiday goods and backordered materials around bottlenecked seaports. Increased consumer spending throughout…

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