Province examining expansion of Ashcroft Terminal

Written on Wednesday, April 5th, 2017
Province examining expansion of Ashcroft Terminal

Published originally in BC Gov News, March 31st, 2017

The Province is investing up to $150,000 to study the feasibility of expanding Ashcroft Terminal to improve efficiency of the transportation corridors to and from the Lower Mainland ports, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Todd Stone announced today.

“Finding innovative ways to move Canadian goods from source to overseas markets through our Lower Mainland ports is vital to trade and to Canada’s and B.C.’s economic success,” said Stone. “Container volume moving through the ports is expected to grow, so we need to manage increasing congestion on our roads and at the ports. Inland ports, such as Ashcroft Terminal, have the potential to ease congestion and increase capacity of land-constrained marine ports and to help improve supply chain efficiency.”

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Vancouver industrial space a bottleneck for Canada

Written on Friday, November 4th, 2016
Vancouver industrial space a bottleneck for Canada

Published originally in Real Estate News Exchange, November 3rd, 2016

Metro Vancouver commuters and transporters are enjoying new and improved bridges and roads, but a severe shortage of industrial space to lease or buy continues to bottleneck the movement of goods and people, say local stakeholders and experts.

Vancouver Leasing ConferenceThe current industrial vacancy rate in Metro Vancouver is 2-3% said Lee Hester, a senior vice-president with JLL in Vancouver while a healthy industrial vacancy rate is considered to be in the 5-6% range.

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Inland Ports Conference Sparks Dialogue

Written on Monday, October 24th, 2016
Inland Ports Conference Sparks Dialogue
Published originally in BC Shipping News (pg. 42-44), November 2016 Edition

Western Canada's first Inland Ports Conference was: (i)crucial to Western Canada's trade related transportation and logistics; (ii) vital to understanding the relationship between insland ports and seaports; (iii) valuable to regional and provincial economic development; (iv) full of unexpected comments. The only correct answer has to be (v) all of the preceding, but participants could be forgiven for additional commentary such as (vi) a long overdue and much-needed discussion; (vii) critical to Canada's international trade performance; and even (viii) a nation-building event.

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Cutting Costs

Written on Tuesday, August 9th, 2016
Cutting Costs
Published originally in Canadian Shipper, July/August 2016 Edition

Reducing supply chain costs is paramount in improving the bottom line. What elements are involved in the equation?

A panel of supply chain industry experts discussed the key components of supply chain network costs and audits at this spring’s Cargo Logistics Canada show in Montreal. Moderated by Canadian Shipper Editor Julia Kuzeljevich, the panel featured Ashcroft Terminals’ Vice President, Projects & Development, Kleo Landucci, Corrie Banks, President, Triskele Logistics Ltd., and Ann Pompilio, Chief Financial Officer of 3PL Links.

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Inland options could relieve looming Vancouver port congestion

Written on Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016
Inland options could relieve looming Vancouver port congestion
Published originally in Business in Vancouver, May 3rd, 2016

Robin Silvester, president and CEO of Port Metro Vancouver, has said that “the shrinking supply of trade-enabling industrial land is the largest threat facing the Vancouver trade gateway and the region’s continuing livability.”

It’s a view backed up by the latest Metro Vancouver study on industrial land, which says that we’ll run out by 2030, and we’re already down to just a few sites for “trade-enabling logistics uses.”

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