Port of Montreal Resumes Operations

 In Industry Insider, Industry News

Operations at the Port of Montreal resumed on Saturday, May 2, following legislation passed by the Canadian Parliament. All terminals are open and in service.

Although operations have resumed, it is expected that it will take several days for ship and truck services to return to normal levels. During the stoppage, nearly 20,000 TEUs of container volume were trapped on the port and there are about 10 vessels scheduled to enter the port. Additional delays are expected.

Bill C-29, which was passed by the Canadian Parliament late last week, prevents further strikes until the two parties reach an agreement with the government providing mediators. The longshoremen have been without a contract since late 2018.

If any of your shipments will be impacted, your Trans-Border representative will be in contact. We will continue to monitor this developing situation and provide updates as needed.

If you have any questions, please reach out to at info@tbgfs.com or (800) 493-9444.