Reaching Out

By | July 25th, 2007|Policy Papers|

The Port of Halifax could see a 25 per cent increase in traffic with a more targeted transload strategy, which is about 132,000 more TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) per year, or roughly 66,000 more containers. In this third paper of the AIMS Atlantica Ports Series, authors Jim Frost and Stephen Kymlicka examine what needs to be done to grow port traffic by increasing transload facilities.