Tersan Shipyard has signed contract with Niqitaq Fisheries from Canada for an 80 meters Freezer Stern TrawlerTersan Shipyard has announced a new contract for construction of a clean-design, purpose-built, 80-meters long stern trawler to be built for Niqitaq Fisheries from Canada. She will be the 3rd vessel that Tersan Shipyard built for a Canadian Customer until
Tersan Shipyard has signed contract with Niqitaq Fisheries from Canada for an 80 meters Freezer Stern Trawler
Wärtsilä aims to minimize carbon footprint for new Canadian ferryThe technology group Wärtsilä's delivery of its advanced hybrid solution will be for a new Ro-Ro ferry being designed for the British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.
Canada’s Northland Power to acquire a 49% interest in offshore wind projectNorthland Power of Canada has entered into an agreement with PKN ORLEN to acquire a 49 percent stake in the offshore Baltic Power wind project off Poland in the Baltic Sea.
Five Damen vessels make their way across the Atlantic Ocean to arrive CanadaOn an unique journey to Canada, five Damen vessels have made their way through the Atlantic Ocean. Earlier this year, Damen Shipyards Group signed a contract for the delivery of a Shoalbuster 3209 with Doornekamp Construction, based in Ontario.
Canada extends the ban on cruise ships through FebruaryTransport Canada today announced that the ban on cruise ships will be extended until Feb 28, 2021, with the group's order due to expire on Oct 31, which was an extension of the initial order that lasted until July 1.
Montreal Port resumes activities after 12-day strikeLongshore workers are going back to work today at the Port of Montreal, after a truce declared in a labor dispute has allowed operations to resume after a 12-day strike.
Four barges launched for Canada's Marine Transportation ServicesFour new 90-metre oil / deck cargo barges for the Government of Canada of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) Marine Transportation Services (MTS) were launched by Nanjing Jinling Shipyard in Nanjing , China.
Canada's first Arctic and offshore patrol ship launchedHarry DeWolf, the first Arctic and Offshore patrol ship of Canada was delivered to the Government of Canada on 31 July 2020 in Halifax, NS.
Canada advises mariners to use face coveringsThe Transport Minister of Canada, Marc Garneau, declared that he is widening the criteria for using face coverings by workers and those involved in the transportation industry in the country to reduce the possibility of coronavirus.
Canada blocks cruise calls by ships over 500 peopleCanada is suspending calls by ships carrying more than 500 people, including the crew, until July in a step that will affect the critical Alaska cruise season.
TC approves ACO Marine systems for use on Great LakesACO Marine has received Transport Canada type-approval for its advanced Maripur NF and Clarimar MF wastewater management systems.