Kleo Landucci Heads a Key Inland Link in Asia-Pacific Gateway Logistics Chain

Published originally in Gateway 2017 (pg. 44-45), April 24, 2017 Behind the desk at Ashcroft Terminal’s administrative office in Vancouver is an inspiringly Canadian painting. […]

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Government to fund feasibility study of Ashcroft Terminal

Published originally in Ashcroft Creek Journal , April 3rd, 2017 The provincial government is providing up to $150,000 to study the feasibility of expanding the […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Report on Cargo Logistics Canada Expo and Conference

Published originally in Canadian Sailings Magazine, March 14th, 2016 Canada remains a positive growth market, according to Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), with container traffic projected […]

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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 […]

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Counting capacity at BC Ports

Published originally in World Cargo News, January 2016 Does British Columbia need additional capacity at both Vancouver and Prince Rupert? British Columbia’s (BC) container ports […]

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Inland Port Near Ashcroft Would Reduce Truck Traffic, Save Farmland: Report

Originally published in the Vancouver Sun. A Canadian National train carrying grain snakes its way along the Thompson River near Ashcroft, its cars stretching for […]

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Ashcroft Terminal could ease port’s big farmland appetite

Originally published in the Richmond News. Supporting an Interior rail container terminal could ease truck traffic in Metro Vancouver and help mitigate the desire to […]

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Richmond considers merits of inland port

Originally published in the Richmond Review Shipping more containers to an inland port in B.C. could ease development pressure on Richmond farmland, city council heard […]

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