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Chamber of Marine Commerce Announces 2024 Wish List

With the marine shipping season throughout the Great Lakes and…

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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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Picton Terminals: Moving goods on water in family-owned company’s blood

H.R. Doornekamp Construction Ltd.’s transformative process of redeveloping, diversifying and modernizing Picton Terminals is not only valuable for the region, but also for the marine shipping industry as a whole.

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Marine simulation technology gives new recruits huge advantage in marine training

Equipment mimics behaviour of a vessel in realistic environments, allowing students to navigate confidently in any setting, and without risk.

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Road, rail and/or by ship?

Data analytics partnership delves into the best modal balance to move goods in Southern Ontario.

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In conversation with Heddle Shipyards

In an exclusive interview, Ted Kirkpatrick, Director of Business Development and Government Relations at Heddle Shipyards, comments on bringing back shipbuilding to Ontario, opportunities from the National Shipbuilding Strategy, meeting the challenges of skilled labour shortages and the top issues on his legislative wish list.

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The Bridges of Waterfront Toronto

It was no easy feat. At 260-feet long, and weighing as much as 16 fully-loaded transport trucks, the massive cargo required a team of 20 surveyors, welders, engineers, tug crew and logistics specialists to ensure it was safely and securely loaded onto the Glovertown Spirit barge.

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Wind powers robust project cargo shipping

Ports in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence region have been setting records in the handling of wind farm components manufactured domestically or abroad.

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