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  • Canada 3000 gets loan guarantee

    October 30, 2001 by Canadian Shipper

    The Government of Canada will provide a loan guarantee of up to $75 million to respond to the cash flow problems being experienced by Canada 3000, Canada’s second largest airline. “The repercussions of September 11 have forced Canada 3000 into

  • CEOs say perimeter will save trade (October 30, 2001)

    October 30, 2001 by Canadian Shipper

    According to a new survey of 250 Canadian chief executives, almost three-quarters of those polled said that Canada and the U.S. have to agree on a common set of rules for people entering Canada , whether visitors, immigrants or refugees,

  • CEOs say perimeter will save trade (October 30, 2001)

    October 30, 2001 by Canadian Shipper

    According to a new survey of 250 Canadian chief executives, almost three-quarters of those polled said that Canada and the U.S. have to agree on a common set of rules for people entering Canada , whether visitors, immigrants or refugees,

  • CAPS optimization software gains new Momentum

    October 30, 2001 by Canadian Shipper

    CAPS Logistics, Inc., a provider of logistics planning and scheduling optimization software, has released MOMENTUM, its new globally integrated logistics solution. MOMENTUM:Planning will be the first release from the MOMENTUM solution family. It combines and integrates the strategic, tactical, and

  • Canada Maritime pulls off hat trick in quality awards

    October 30, 2001 by Canadian Shipper

    For the third time in as many months, Canada Maritime has obtained a significant award for quality service. In October’s Lloyd’s/Informa Liner Analysis Survey, Canada Maritime’s Northern Service won the star performer award in both the schedule reliability and transit

  • EVA claims industry’s first PC-based air cargo system

    October 29, 2001 by Canadian Shipper

    Taiwanese carrier EVA Air says its air cargo customers are now reserving space, preparing documents and tracking shipments with the carrier’s new personal-computer-based air cargo system, Cargowing. EVA claims shippers can simply load the Cargowing System on their own PCs,

  • Air Foyle and HeavyLift Cargo in joint venture

    October 29, 2001 by Canadian Shipper

    Air Foyle and HeavyLift Cargo Airlines have formally signed the legal documentation to create a joint venture between their two companies. This new corporate entity, referred to as Air Foyle HeayLift Limited, unites the two heavyweight and outsized cargo specialists

  • Danzas accepted under phase one of Cargo 2000

    October 29, 2001 by Canadian Shipper

    Logistics solutions provider Danzas has been accredited under phase one of the Cargo 2000 initiative, which is designed to strengthen the processes of the air cargo industry. Phase one of this project focuses on the transit of goods from one

  • Accenture announces prototype for package delivery industry

    October 29, 2001 by Canadian Shipper

    Accenture has announced the development of its first application prototype based on Microsoft .NET My Services, formerly codenamed “Hailstorm.” Designed to assess how emerging technologies will impact the package delivery industry, Accenture’s Dynamic Delivery prototype utilizes many of NET My

  • NorthAmerican Logistics appoints new VP of sales and marketing

    October 29, 2001 by Canadian Shipper

    Allied Worldwide, the largest relocation and logistics corporation in North America, has appointed of Jack Griffin as executive vice president of sales and marketing for the company’s northAmerican Logistics division. Griffin provides 20 years of sales and marketing management experience,

  • GeoLogistics Canada continues role in Olympic Games

    October 29, 2001 by Canadian Shipper

    GeoLogistics Canada was named by the Canadian Olympic Association as its official freight forwarder and customs broker for all games up to and including the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. The announcement continues GeoLogistics’ long relationship with the Canadian

  • Dangerous goods haulers: expect the FMCSA at your door

    October 29, 2001 by Canadian Shipper

    As a result of the increased concern about the movement of dangerous goods both in Canada and the US due to the ongoing terrorist threat, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has been mandated to visit as many carriers