April 15, 2019 – The Chamber of Marine Commerce is proud to announce the launch of its 2019 edition of Marine Delivers Magazine, which features the latest innovations, news and views from ports and shipowners that operate in the bi-national Great Lakes-St. Lawrence region.
This edition includes:
- After 60 years, what’s next for the Chamber of Marine Commerce?
- An infographic deep-dive on how Ontario shipping impacts our daily lives;
- The Seaway at 60: A binational waterway prepares for future challenges;
- New technologies being adopted by shipowners to track their vessels and cargo;
- What the world’s first fresh-water autonomous ship testing facility has planned in the Great Lakes;
- How collaboration between industry, scientists and the government has saved North Atlantic Right whales and the new frontier in whale detection;
- LOGISTEC’s Madeleine Paquin talks business expansion;
- How the Port of Montreal and the Port of Cleveland are using innovative practices to change how they do business;
- BMO Capital Markets’ 2019 economic forecast for the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence region;
- Industry executives’ forecasts for the shipping season
About the Chamber of Marine Commerce
The Chamber of Marine Commerce is a bi-national association, formed in 1959, that represents more than 130 marine industry stakeholders including major Canadian and American shippers, ports, terminals and marine service providers, as well as domestic and international ship owners. The Chamber advocates for safe, sustainable, harmonized and competitive policy and regulation that recognizes the marine transportation system’s significant advantages in the Great Lakes, St. Lawrence, Coastal and Arctic regions.
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