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Singapore – The shipping lanes around Singapore, among the world’s busiest, carry a host of challenges to safe navigation, including a narrow strait, frequently limited visibility and thousands of vessels sailing through daily. Countless ships have made the voyage in… The post Busy waters around Singapore carry a host of hazards appeared first on Canadian…
08.22 / 22:15
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Calgary, AB — Collaboration, communication and coordination are front and centre as Canadian Pacific prepares to deliver best-in-class service in the 2017-2018 crop year. CP’s service offering to grain customers is driven by maximizing efficiency at the origin elevator and… The post CP reports grain movements holding steady appeared first on Canadian S…
08.22 / 22:15
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Montreal, QC — CN announced it moved a record 21.8 million metric tonnes of Western Canadian grain during the 2016-17 crop year. “Through innovation, collaboration and improved communication with our supply chain partners, CN moved more grain in a single… The post CN urges investment in rail infrastructure as grain shipments hit a record high appeared first on Canadian S…
08.22 / 22:15
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Lanoraie, QC — Express Mondor announced that it has been certified as a SmartWay program transportation company. The SmartWay program was created by the Environmental Protection Agency (USA) and is managed in Canada by Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) to recognize companies that… The post Express Mondor earns SmartWay certification appeared first on Canadian Shi…
08.22 / 22:15
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The Conference on Canadian Stewardship brings together hundreds of delegates representing business, manufacturers, retailers, industry and trade associations, municipalities, provincial and federal and territorial government representatives and stewardship programs from across North America and Europe. The post Conference on Canadian Stewardship appeared first on Canadian…
08.22 / 22:15
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As Canada’s ONLY trade show serving the waste, recycling and public works markets, Waste & Recycling Expo Canada and the Municipal Equipment Expo Canada are pleased to announce their move to Niagara Falls for the 20th edition, October 25 –… The post Waste & Recycling Expo Canada appeared first on Canadian Pla…
08.22 / 22:15
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--Press Release-- MONTREAL, August 21, 2017 – L3 MAPPS announced today that under a contract with Swiss industrial technology company ABB it will update the simulator it provided in 2006 for DTE Energy’s Fermi 2 nuclear power plant based in Newport, Michigan. The work calls for modification of the 120-kilovolt switchyard portion of the simulator in conjunction with associated changes to the actual switchyard equipment itself and ABB’s Symphony® Plus process control…
08.22 / 22:05
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Canada's primary research facility for nuclear research, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), said that its request for expression of interest (RFEOI) notices concerning small nuclear reactors had prompted responses from over 70 organizations including potential host communities seeking to deploy the new technology. Small nuclear reactors (SMR) are still in development and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories hopes to be in the forefront of those attempting to create efficient nuclear power…
08.22 / 22:05
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A new Georgia Power video shows how workers last week at the Plant Vogtle expansion project in Waynesboro, Ga., accomplished the first major lift since Southern Nuclear was put in charge of the project earlier this summer.  The lift involves placing a 1.4 million-pound steam generator into the Unit 3 nuclear island, which was undertaken last Tuesday. Georgia Power announced the construction milestone, as work at the two-unit expansion project continues unabated, despite prior project…
08.22 / 22:05
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The governor of Ohio, John Kasich, said Monday that he would not support a rescue plan for FirstEnergy Corp that would ensure the state's two nuclear power plants would have viable financial futures. Like many other regions, the energy market in Ohio has been turned upside down by the advent of cheap natural gas that has undercut wholesale prices just at the time when global warming has emerged as the world's No. 1 environmental threat. Despite the greenhouse gas emissions of natural…
08.22 / 22:05
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St. John’s, NL –  A Newfoundland shipping firm is raising its fees, blaming higher costs because of federal measures taken to protect North Atlantic right whales after a series of deaths. Oceanex Inc. says the four-per-cent “temporary marine protection surcharge” on… The post Shipping firm blames fee hike on federal measures to protect right whales appeared first on Canadian S…
08.21 / 22:13
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Singapore — The U.S. Navy ordered a broad investigation Monday into the performance and readiness of the Pacific-based 7th Fleet after an early morning collision between the USS John S. McCain and an oil tanker in Southeast Asian waters left… The post Probe ordered into Pacific fleet after collisions with container ships appeared first on Canadian S…
08.21 / 22:13
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  Calgary, AB — The Canadian Inland Ports Conference , to be held in Calgary, Alberta at the University of Calgary Downtown Campus October 4 & 5 has released the program for the 2017 event. This conference builds on a very… The post Canadian Inland Ports Conference announces 2017 program appeared first on Canadian Sh…
08.21 / 22:13
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  Ottawa, ON — The Liberal government is thinking about using its massive purchasing power to support women in business. “Inclusive federal procurement is a potential avenue through which the Government of Canada can demonstrate leadership and support for women’s… The post Feds ponder plans to increase the diversity of the supply chain appeared first on Canadian S…
08.21 / 22:13
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  Washington, DC – North American countries concluded their first round of negotiations toward a new continental trade agreement Sunday with a statement that suggested major issues needed to be sorted out in the talks ahead. A joint statement from… The post NAFTA: ‘Great deal of negotiation’ still required after Round 1 of talks ends appeared first on Canadian…
08.21 / 22:13
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Chemical supplier Nova Chemicals Corporation spelled out its sustainability goals, and also documented some of its highlights last year, in its recently released “2016 Sustainability Report”. The report drew attention to some of the Calgary-based firm’s key leadership changes and… The post Nova looks back on 2016, highlights sustainability in new report appeared first on Canadian Plast…
08.21 / 22:13
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Automotive seating maker Adient PLC is acquiring competitor Futuris Group for US$360 million. Futuris, owned by affiliates of Clearlake Capital Group, is a global designer and manufacturer of fully integrated automotive seating and interior systems. Headquartered in Oak Park, Mich.,… The post Adient buying automotive seating supplier Futuris Group appeared first on Canadian…
08.21 / 22:13
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In the 21st edition of PLASTIMAGEN MÉXICO® 2017, there will be more than 870 companies exhibiting in more than 40,000 square meters of exhibition space. PLASTIMAGEN MÉXICO® 2017 is the most complete and important plastics event in Latin America, an… The post Plastimagen Mexico 2017 appeared first on Canadian Pla…
08.21 / 22:13
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Canada's primary research facility for nuclear research, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL), said that its request for expression of interest (RFEOI) notices concerning small nuclear reactors had prompted responses from over 70 organizations including potential host communities seeking to deploy the new technology. Small nuclear reactors (SMR) are still in development and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories hopes to be in the forefront of those attempting to create efficient nuclear power…
08.21 / 22:04
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A new Georgia Power video shows how workers last week at the Plant Vogtle expansion project in Waynesboro, Ga., accomplished the first major lift since Southern Nuclear was put in charge of the project earlier this summer.  The lift involves placing a 1.4 million-pound steam generator into the Unit 3 nuclear island, which was undertaken last Tuesday. Georgia Power announced the construction milestone, as work at the two-unit expansion project continues unabated, despite prior project…
08.21 / 22:04
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