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FPAC welcomes agency decision on transportation supply chain congestion issues

OTTAWA, April 16, 2019 (Press Release) -Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) welcomes the Canadian Transportation Agency’s recent findings around rail service delivery in the Vancouver corridor.

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Kemira signs new 5-year Euro 400 million revolving credit facility linked to sustainability targets

HELSINKI, April 17, 2019 (Press Release) -Kemira Oyj announced today the signing of a EUR 400,000,000 five (5) year multicurrency revolving credit facility (“RCF”), with two one-year extension options.

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Kemira signs new 5-year Euro 400 million revolving credit facility linked to sustainability targets

HELSINKI, April 17, 2019 (Press Release) -Kemira Oyj announced today the signing of a EUR 400,000,000 five (5) year multicurrency revolving credit facility (“RCF”), with two one-year extension options.

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Voith and US-based technology service company TSP launch joint venture

    YORK, PA and DALLAS, TX , April 18, 2019 (Press Release) -
  • Joint venture will be one of the main QCS service providers in the United States
  • Combined market share of more than 20 percent in the United States
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Valmet introduces Valmet Marine Cyber Security to increase the automation system security of ships

Due to the continued evolution of new malware, ensuring a ship‘s automation system security can be challenging.

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International Paper and railroads try to reduce train delays around Pensacola mill in Florida

Recently, Florida Sen. Doug Broxson and Escambia County Commissioner Steven Barry met with CSX and International Paper to discuss the problem.

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Georgia Ports Authority achieves 15.5% increase in containerized trade at Port of Savannah in March

„I would like to thank our employees at GPA, the stevedores and the International Longshoremen's Association for helping to make this accomplishment possible,“ said Griff Lynch, GPA's executive director.

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CTA determines CN breached service obligations on freight rail service in Vancouver area with wood pulp embargo

The CTA found that Canadian National Railway Company (CN) breached its level of service obligations by announcing its intention to impose embargoes on wood pulp shipments in September 2018, several months before rail congestion and other challenge

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