Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Prince Rupert Port Authority, CN Rail take North Coast message to China

A major international trade conference this week is learning a lot about the Prince Rupert Gateway, as representatives from both the Prince Rupert Port Authority and CN Rail outline the benefits of bringing goods through the North Coast on their to or from markets across North America.

The conference which is taking place in Shenzhen, China got underway yesterday and will continue through until tomorrow, featuring an impressive listing of speakers who will offer up their background and experiences in the world of shipping to draw attention to the growing exchange between Asia and our continent.

Listed among those attending this years conference, the Port and CN share duties in waving the Maple Leaf with a number of other Canadian companies, but by far the conference is one dedicated to gaining more access to the Asian markets.

And so far, both the Port and CN have been on the mark in getting the Prince Rupert Advantage story to the audience, whether through their work at the convention site in Shenzhen, or through social media with a number of info graphics recently posted to their respective twitter feeds to showcase some of the key aspects of shipping through Fairview Terminal.

CN Rail is highlighting the Port of Prince Rupert during a
Trade Convention in China this week

The access that the Port of Prince Rupert provides to the heart of the
United States is one of the key points being made at the trade show 

Representatives of the Prince Rupert Port Authority are also in China this week
providing some fist hand accounts of what Prince Rupert has to offer shipping lines from Asia

You can find out more about the Trade Conference from this website hosted by the Journal of Commerce, for updates from both CN Rail and the Prince Rupert Port Authority see the links below to their twitter feeds.

CN Rail
Prince Rupert Port Authority

For more items related to the impact of CN Rail on the North Coast see our archive page here.

Notes on developments with Fairview Terminals can be found here, while more background on the Prince Rupert Port Authority can be found here.

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