Competition heats up at Canada’s east coast ports
Ports on Canada’s eastern seaboard are jockeying for position to attract business and grow market share with a myriad of capacity-enhancing projects either under way or in the build pipeline. Halifax and Quebec want to challenge the regional leader Montreal, while others too are vying for volumes
Montreal’s limitations of handling vessels with a capacity of up to 6,000 teu could see competitors capitalise, as the region ushers in the arrival of larger boxships
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