Friday, June 11, 2010

CN to bolster Port Metro Vancouver presence

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Canadian National and TSI Terminal Systems Inc. (TSI), the largest container terminal operator in Canada, announced Friday that they have entered into a supply chain collaboration agreement to “enhance service levels to their mutual customers and draw greater volumes of container traffic over Port Metro Vancouver.”


The announcement said the CN-TSI pact complements CN’s recent agreement with Port Metro Vancouver (PMV) designed to promote balanced accountability among all Port stakeholders.

TSI handles 70% of the containerized cargo moving through the two terminals it operates under long-term lease at the port.

Claude Mongeau, president and chief executive officer of CN, said: “TSI is an important partner of CN in serving the international steamship container lines calling at Port Metro Vancouver. This agreement aims to improve supply chain performance at the port by establishing a close working relationship with TSI in support of increased efficiency and service innovation.”





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