Our Link to the World - Transportation By Peter G Hall, EDC

By Peter G Hall, EDC

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Spring Thaw 2015

The Quebec Ministry of Transportation has released the

2015 spring thaw period and zones.

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Transports Québec a communiqué la période et les zones

de dégel pour le printemps 2015.

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Canadian National Railways and Unifor have a tentative agreement

10.0pt; font-family:"Arial","sans-serif"" lang="EN">CN and Unifor

have now reached a tentative agreement and CN has called off its lock out

notice.

 

10.0pt; font-family:"Arial","sans-serif"" lang="EN">Unifor the union

that till yesterday, had not resolved their issues, represents 4,800 employees

of CN’s clerical/intermodal; mechanical; CNTL truck

owner-operators; and excavator-operators divisions are represented by Unifor.

 

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Customs Trade News - December 2014

General Preferential Tariff and Least Developed Country Tariff Withdrawal

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Forbes Names Kuehne + Nagel to “The World’s Most Innovative Companies” list

Kuehne + Nagel is proud to be named one of Forbes' Most Innovative Companies of 2014.

The list includes firms that investors feel are most

likely to come up with the next big innovation. Kuehne + Nagel is the

only logistics company named on this global list and ranked 90th out of

100 companies. It's a great honor to be included among this list of

great innovators.

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North America's Integrated Logistics Control Centre

Schindellegi/CH, September 15, 2014 - To meet the growing demand for its

end-to-end logistics solutions and to enhance its offering and

infrastructure in North America, Kuehne + Nagel has relaunched its

regional Control Center for Integrated Logistics in Raleigh.

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USA Congestion Surcharge April 2014

Info Letter e-Manifest

Port of Vancouver Terminal Agreement April 2014

2015 ECA Sulphur Regulations