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BC Shipping News - September 2016 Highlights

By BCShippingNews 24 August 2016
Exclusive articles and updates on commercial marine activity on the West Coast of Canada...

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Industry Insight...A unified voice for ports...Wendy Zatylny, President, Association of Canadian Port Authorities...With President Wendy Zatylny at the helm, and a mandate that changed significantly upon her arrival, ACPA has become a powerful voice, speaking on behalf of ports to governments and relevant stakeholders.

Ports...B.C. ports brave the future despite economic doldrums...by Ray Dykes...It sounds like a never-ending challenge for all of B.C.'s ports in global markets and economies that can be fickle to say the least.

Auto Imports...Auto logistics driving port activity...by Darryl Anderson and James Frost...Car carriers, marine terminal operators, railways and auto transloading facilities are adapting to changing production and distribution patterns.

Training...Western Maritime Institute fall course curriculum.

International Shipping...A successful first year for the VIMC...With two successes in the bag and another two to be confirmed imminently, the VIMC team have already reached the half-way point of their goal.

Tugs...Jones Marine Group celebrates newest addition to fleet.

Plus:

  • History Lesson: The history of the Seabus by Lea Edgar, Vancouver Maritime Museum
  • Legal Affairs: Heritage Shipwrecks - Canada Shipping Act vs. Heritage Conservation Act by Tom Beasley, Bernard LLP.

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