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Port of Halifax Q1 container volume down 16% on COVID19. Exports up.

Container ship seen from bow. Container cranes in background on shore.

PortandTerminal.com, April 23, 2020 HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA – Halifax Port Authority reported its first-quarter cargo results today and there were few surprises. Like ports across North America, container volumes were down as a result of the disruption caused by the COVID19 pandemic. Halifax’s containerized cargo volume was down in the first quarter by almost 16% versus 2019 (110,084 teu vs …

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Port of Halifax cargo operations remain fluid

The CMA CGM T. Jefferson, 366 metres length, 48 metres beam and 14,414 TEU capacity, arrived at PSA Halifax on March 21st, the largest ever to call on the port.

PortandTerminal.com, April 3, 2020 HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA – The movement of containerized cargo vessels through the Port of Halifax has not been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak. “Right now, all marine partners in the Port of Halifax are together working very hard to maintain supply chain fluidity and keep cargo moving through our international gateway,” said Captain Allan Gray, …

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RO-RO denied entry to Port of Halifax on COVID19 fears. Cargo & port ops normal

Car carrier at sea

Halifax-bound vessel denied entry to the Port of Halifax by the Public Health Agency of Canada as some crew members displayed symptoms consistent with COVID19. HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA – A Halifax-bound RO-RO (car carrier) has been denied entry to the Port of Halifax by the Public Health Agency of Canada as some crew members displayed symptoms that are consistent with COVID19. ICYMI: …

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