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Trans-Pacific trade with Asia is continuing to grow in significance for Canadian importers and exporters, accounting today for nearly one-fifth of Canada’s total two-way merchandise trade of more than 900 billion dollars with the world....
Airfreight on a budget
CT&L: The great bulk of Canada-Asia trade is transported overseas by container and bulk shipping lines, but some shippers also use airfreight. Why does it make sense to consider airfreight when shipping to and from China?
Inside the market dynamics of slow steaming
Alongside the decision of taking vessels out of service to offset excess capacity in recent years, the practice of “slow steaming” is arguably the most visible component of the marine shipping industry’s continuing strategy to...
By Laurie Turnbull
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