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Marine Delivers

Safe, Efficient, Environmentally Smart

Advocating for a safe, sustainable, harmonized and competitive marine transportation system in the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence, Coastal and Arctic regions.

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Trade Growth: Port Milwaukee Positioning Itself as Vital Hub in North America’s Heartland

A new $40-million agricultural maritime export facility – the largest one-time investment in Port Milwaukee in some 70 years – will further position the port as an essential multimodal and marine transportation hub in the heartland of North America.

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Port of Thunder Bay

In Conversation with Chris Heikkinen, CEO of Thunder Bay Port Authority

Chris Heikkinen, who took over the helm of the Thunder Bay Port Authority last year, shared his views on a wide range of subjects, including market opportunities, climate change’s evolution favouring an extension of the St. Lawrence Seaway season, and a capital infrastructure plan to consolidate a bright future.

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HOPA Ports

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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With members from Canada and the United States and across many marine sectors, we provide a unified voice for the sustainable growth of marine commerce.

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As the only bi-national organization of its kind, we represent, provide a unified voice, and offer unique benefits to a broad spectrum of marine industry stakeholders.