Transport Canada to Invest C$17MM on Supply Chain Initiatives

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Executive Editor
“By digitalizing information and streamlining processes, we are helping our supply chain become more efficient by shipping goods faster, and more efficiently while making them more affordable to Canadians who need them,” Minister of Transport Omar Alghabra reported in an Oct. 13 video message on Twitter.

“By digitalizing information and streamlining processes, we are helping our supply chain become more efficient by shipping goods faster, and more efficiently while making them more affordable to Canadians who need them,” Minister of Transport Omar Alghabra reported in an Oct. 13 video message on Twitter.

The government of Canada will spend C$17 million over five years on new actions that will “ease supply chain regulations and make it easier to ship goods” across the rail, marine and air transportation modes, Transport Canada reported on Oct. 13.

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