With the 2022 shipping season now in full swing, the annual Marine Delivers Magazine has been published by the Chamber of Marine Commerce. The magazine features interviews with American and Canadian port and shipping executives on their news and expectations for the year ahead, highlights the marine sector’s legislative priorities and showcases new environmental technology and R&D projects.
Featured articles include:
- Decarbonization: The Chamber’s proposal for a Green Shipping Corridor in the Great Lakes and how ship operators, ports and the St. Lawrence Seaway are already dropping their carbon tonnes!
- Labour Crunch: New report on barriers to recruiting NextGen workforce for the marine sector
- Supply Chain Boost: 2022 plans for container shipping alternatives on the Great Lakes
- Great Lakes Cruising Comeback: New cruise routes, ships, investments and safety pledges for the 2022 season
- Road, Rail and/or By Ship?: New Data Analytics Partnership delves into best modal balance to move goods in Southern Ontario
- Interview with Ted Kirkpatrick, Director of Business Development and Government Relations of Heddle Shipyards
- Spotlight on Picton Terminals — How family-owned H.R. Doornekamp Construction Ltd. revitalized Picton Terminals since purchasing the deep-water facility in 2014 and its future plans.
About the Chamber of Marine Commerce
The Chamber of Marine Commerce is a bi-national association that represents more than 100 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.
Chamber of Marine Commerce