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Launch of Marine Delivers Magazine 2024

The Chamber of Marine Commerce (CMC) is pleased to advise that the 2024 edition of Marine Delivers Magazine has just been launched! The full magazine can be viewed in flipbook and PDF formats.

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SPOTLIGHT: Port Milwaukee

Despite the pandemic, Port Milwaukee finished 2020 with its highest cargo volumes in seven years. Director Adam Tindall-Schlicht describes how the port is driving growth through reinvention and diversification.

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New Great Lakes eco ship setting records

The new Canadian-flagged Captain Henry Jackman is not only setting cargo-carrying records but also produces 35% fewer carbon emissions per tonne-kilometre compared to its predecessor.

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ECA’s implementation clears the air for better health and negotiating positive change

A new study reveals that sulphur levels at Canada’s major port cities are now equal to typical urban sites as a result of ships using 0.1% sulphur fuel or scrubbers within North America’s Emissions Control Area (ECA).

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The Pandemic Rages On: But this is not Déjà vu.

The Pandemic Rages On: But this is not Déjà vu.

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Marine Delivers 2023 Magazine Launch

Pictured: CSL’s MV Nukumi, IBJ Bulk Ship of the Year 2022, departing St. John’s Harbour after discharging road salt. Photo Credit: Tyler Mayo, Naval Architect at CSL.

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Pictured: Wife and son of Viacheslav Solianyk, Ukrainian seafarer, aboard a Desgagnés vessel.

Canadian ship owners welcome maritime personnel from war-torn Ukraine

Algoma, CSL, Groupe Desgagnés, and McKeil Marine are among the Canadian ship owners that have welcomed qualified Ukrainian personnel after the Russian invasion.

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New U.S. Great Lakes and Seaway Administrator heralds a new era of trade opportunity

Pictured: CSL’s MV Nukumi, IBJ Bulk Ship of the Year 2022, departing St. John’s Harbour after discharging road salt. Photo Credit: Tyler Mayo, Naval Architect at CSL.

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Port of Goderich seeks further expansion to respond to already strong demand

Most days begin at the Port of Goderich with a…

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Acoustic signatures will improve efforts already underway to make vessels quieter

“Ship owners are committed to adapting their operations to reduce noise impacts through feasible solutions based on science.”

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