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Supply Chain Partners Keep Canadian Grain Flowing at Port of Thunder Bay

Prairie grain farmers are fulfilling increased demand for Canadian grain in Europe and North Africa thanks to an efficient supply chain and ready capacity at the Port of Thunder Bay.  Grain elevators in Thunder Bay, Canada’s furthest inland port, are experiencing a surge in grain throughput.  The global pandemic has created voids in grain supply […]

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Port of Thunder Bay Shipping Season Begins

For the first time on record, a tug and barge has opened the Port of Thunder Bay shipping season.  The 2020 navigation season officially began with the arrival of the Tug Sharon M1 and Barge Huron Spirit on Thursday evening.  The vessel combination came abeam of the Mission Pier entrance at 21:30 March 26, 2020.Owned […]

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Message to Port Stakeholders

With ramped-up health and safety measures in place, the shipping season will commence in the Port of Thunder Bay this week. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, marine shipping is vital to the integrity of the Canadian and global supply chain.Following all guidelines set by Transport Canada in consultation with the Public Health Agency […]

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Prairie exports power busy month

See the latest cargo statistics for the Port of Thunder Bay   Follow us for more updates Linkedin Twitter The Port of Thunder Bay is reporting above-average cargo tonnage as of October 31.  Port terminals have handled 6.9 million metric tonnes of cargo so far this season.  This figure is 10% higher than last year […]

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Port Volumes Up

The Port of Thunder Bay is reporting strong cargo volumes at the end of June.  Shipments of Prairie grain, the port’s primary commodity, remained ahead of last year’s pace in June, continuing a three-month trend.   Year-to-date grain volumes of 2.5 million metric tonnes (MT) are 9% higher than the same period last year.  This […]

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