West Coast grain slow to load

Reports of a logistical nightmare unfolding on the West Coast don’t ring true with Canada’s grain monitor. Glen Pownall, managing director of Peter Cremer Canada, a Winnipeg based grain trader, said ship loading has slowed to a crawl. “It has been pretty painful lately being able to get any access to fobbing capacity (transferring grain […] Read more


West coast terminal likely

Canada appears likely to get its first new west coast grain terminal in three decades. Peter Xotta, vice-president of planning and operations with Port Metro Vancouver, said a number of grain companies are considering building a new terminal at the port. “It looks pretty clear that there will be at least one. I wouldn’t want […] Read more