|A look at the partnerships on the Prince Rupert waterfront that|
move goods through the Pacific Gateway on the North Coast
will be the focus for a webcast on Wednesday morning
(Image from PRPA CN DP World info item)
An opportunity to learn more about the workings of the Fairview Container Port come up tomorrow morning when the Port continues on with an online webcast series at 11 AM that will explore how the Terminal has maintained its fluidity through a challenging environment.
In just the last week some of the elements of the success of the Fairview Terminal have been highlighted, with CN Rail noting of the speed of turnaround that gets goods from Shanghai, China on their way to markets deep inside the United States.
|The largest vessel to call on Prince Rupert yet the MSC Auriga|
(photo from PRPA)
Tomorrow mornings session will feature Chris Colussi, Terminal Manager at DP World Prince Rupert he will join Girish Nair, the Assistant VP of International Intermodal CN and the Port's Jeff Stromdahl, Manager of Trade Development for the PRPA as part of he lineup of presenters.
The invitation to the event offers this outline of what to expect during the course of the discussion.
Join us for the second installment in this industry-led webinar series covering an update on the Port of Prince Rupert’s Intermodal Gateway Ecosystem.
From rail, to reach, to operations, infrastructure, and expansions, an exciting and dynamic panel of experts will walk you through DP World Canada’s Fairview Container Terminal and its fluid and uncongested performance, while sharing the array of investments happening at the Port of Prince Rupert to add capacity ensuring Prince Rupert’s position as a growing global gateway for North American trade.
Hear first-hand how the Port’s fast and reliable intermodal ecosystem is expanding to meet the demands of the future right now, and unlike any other port on the West Coast, has remained uncongested in 2021.
The Portcast series requires participants to register and you can do that from this link.
More notes of interest on themes related to Fairview Terminal can be explored here.
While topics related to the Prince Rupert Port Authority can be found here.