At the port of Quebec, shore power for cruise ships will be installed at the Pointe-à-Carcy terminal and in Montreal, two types of systems will be installed, one for cruise ships at the Alexandra Pier and the other for wintering ships…
Shore power technology will be installed at a berth at Global Container Terminal’s Deltaport terminal -also a Green Marine participant- and at a berth at DP World Vancouver’s Centerm Container terminal.
The Société des traversiers du Québec (STQ), a Quebec government corporation operating maritime transport for passengers, launched today North America’s first liquefied natural gas-fueled ferry. The MV F.-A. Gauthier, with hundreds of passengers on board, was commissioned to ensure the marine link between Matane and Baie-Comeau, replacing MV Camille-Marcoux.
As of June 1, 2015, there were a number of revisions to the Green Wave Program at the Port of Prince Rupert. The Green Wave program was launched in 2013 and offers discounted harbor dues for shipping companies who have installed emission-reduction technologies or implemented other operational practices on board their vessels.
The Port of Montreal won the Environmental Excellence Award for the Eastern Region awarded by the Canadian International Freight Forwards Association (CIFFA). The award recognizes the project to reclaim contaminated soil through a Solidification/Stabilization during redevelopment of the Viau sector of the Port of Montreal.
The new12-kilometre (7.4-mile) rail link and intermodal rail yard at the Port of Saguenay in Quebec will facilitate the transfer of goods from the railway network to ships docking at the Grand-Anse marine terminal. Traffic will be bi-directional. The rail link will provide shippers with additional transportation options, increase the efficiency and capacity of port […]
The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation (SLSMC) received today a prestigious award from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) for developing the world’s first Hands-Free Mooring (HFM) System for ships transiting its locks. The Promising Innovation in Transport Award is given by the International Transport Forum at the OECD, an intergovernmental organization for the transport sector with 54 member countries.
The Quebec Port Authority seized the opportunity at its annual general meeting, earlier today, to unveil a new citizen participatory environmental process. The new approach has three obligatory components, namely: to inform the public and ensure their input in projects; to request an assessment of the environmental impacts of every project from an independent firm; and, to take into account the comments made by citizens and other interested parties.
Two Green Marine members join forces for the better knowledge of whales. Groupe Desgagnés is engaging in a data collection program on cetaceans led by the “Réseau d’observation de mammifères marins” (ROMM).
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