New facilities to improve logistics flow at Canadian port

09/9/2013 |

A CA$106 million (US$102.2 million) investment in new facilities at Port Metro Vancouver, British Columbia, is expected to enhance container operations and logistics, according to port officials and the Canadian government. "[These investments] will help increase our exports to new markets by moving goods, services and people in a more effective manner," said Ed Fast, Canadian minister of international trade. "These investments will also facilitate our growing trade and investment ties to fast-growing Asia-Pacific markets and build on our competitive advantages."

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