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Mississauga, ON — Cargojet and Canada Post together with ace Blue Jays pitcher Marcus Stroman marked Canada’s 150th birthday celebration by launching 10 unforgettable moments in Canada’s last 50 years on a Cargojet Boeing 767-300AF. The event took place in… The post Cargojet helps celebrate Canada’s 150th appeared first on Canadian S…
06.19 / 22:14
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Bloomington, IN — FTR’s Trucking Conditions Index (TCI) for April bounced back to a reading of 7.03, up more than four points from March. As detailed in the June issue of the Trucking Update, FTR expects industry conditions to improve… The post Trucking freight demand improving: FTR appeared first on Canadian Shi…
06.19 / 22:14
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London, UK — There is a “high likelihood” of a new wave of M&A activity involving medium-size ocean carriers, as the gap widens between them and the largest container lines, according to shipping consultant Drewry. Drewry notes that the top three… The post M&A activity in container shipping expected to continue: Drewry appeared first on Canadian Shippe…
06.19 / 22:14
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Hot runner systems supplier Incoe Corporation USA has announced plans to build a new US$20 million, 135,000-square-foot global headquarters facility in Auburn Hills, Mich. Currently headquartered in Troy, Mich., Incoe’s new HQ – which will be located in the Oakland… The post Incoe Corp. to build new headquarters in Auburn Hills, Mich. appeared first on Canadian P…
06.19 / 22:14
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Extrusion equipment maker battenfeld-cincinnati USA has made a series of appointments designed to strengthen its sales and service team in the U.S. and North America. The McPherson, Kansas-based company has named Marko Koorneef as its new director of sales. Koorneef… The post battenfeld-cincinnati USA expands its sales and service team appeared first on Canadian…
06.19 / 22:14
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The six companies, which provide aerospace parts and services, will benefit from funding announced by Canada’s innovation minister at the Paris Air Show. The post Six Quebec aerospace companies get federal funding appeared first on Canadian P…
06.19 / 22:14
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Alberta Oil asked Canada Action founder, Cody Battershill, wide-ranging questions on all aspects of energy from renewables to oil sands The post The Great Green Debate appeared first on Alberta Oil…
06.19 / 20:15
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What's good for the goose is good for the gander. Just as countries in Europe are turning to Western supply sources for nuclear power fuel and natural gas – to get out from under Russia's dominance and control in these markets – Russian state-owned nuclear power giant Rosatom has begun to produce nuclear fuel for markets in the United States and Sweden, a Sputnik report announced. Production of the TVS-KVADRAT fuel type designed for pressurized water reactors has already…
06.19 / 14:14
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What's good for the goose is good for the gander. Just as countries in Europe are turning to Western supply sources for nuclear power fuel and natural gas – to get out from under Russia's dominance and control in these markets – Russian state-owned nuclear power giant Rosatom has begun to produce nuclear fuel for markets in the United States and Sweden, a Sputnik report announced. Production of the TVS-KVADRAT fuel type designed for pressurized water reactors has already…
06.19 / 13:32
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South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Monday vowed to upend the energy production mix in the country with a one-two punch: The phase out of nuclear power and a sharp cut back on coal-burning energy plants. Moon spoke at an event marking the shut down of Kori Unit 1, South Korea's oldest nuclear power plant that was closed for decommissioning on Monday, June 19. Moon did not pledge to close down currently operating plants, but said his government would work in that direction, canceling…
06.19 / 13:32
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South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Monday vowed to upend the energy production mix in the country with a one-two punch: The phase out of nuclear power and a sharp cut back on coal-burning energy plants. Moon spoke at an event marking the shut down of Kori Unit 1, South Korea's oldest nuclear power plant that was closed for decommissioning on Monday, June 19. Moon did not pledge to close down currently operating plants, but said his government would work in that direction, canceling…
06.19 / 13:10
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When it comes to refinery markets, Eastern and Western Canada might as well be different countries The post A Tale of Two Canadas appeared first on Alberta Oil…
06.19 / 00:02
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