The port of Quebec is eyeing a role as a container gateway for cargo to Canada and the US Midwest.
It has underscored these ambitions with a joint venture agreement with Hutchison Ports and CN Rail, Canada’s largest rail operator.
The C$775m (US$585.5m) project aims to establish a container terminal at Quebec with an annual capacity of 500,000 teu.
On a 43-acre site, it will be able to handle vessels of more than 8,000 teu, taking advantage …
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