Xanatos Marine To Supply Vessel Monitoring System

Xanatos Marine is pleased to announce that a contract has been signed with Port Saint John to install a multi-layer Vessel Traffic Monitoring System to enhance the Ports Maritime Domain Awareness. Bill English, President of Xanatos Marine, commented “Xanatos Marine recognizes that Port Saint John is a major part of Canada’s critical transportation infrastructure and […]

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Port Saint John reports 2016 tonnage

SAINT JOHN (NB) – Total cargo tonnage at Port Saint John increased by 2,419 metric tonnes in 2016 when compared to the previous year, with overall cargo tonnage handled at 26.4 million. Losses experienced in the dry bulk sector were buoyed by increases in liquid bulk while break bulk forest projects showed a small gain […]

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Cruise Season 2017 Schedule Announced

SAINT JOHN (NB) – The 29th cruise season at Port Saint John will get an early start with the April 27th arrival of Holland America’s Veendam. By the time the last ship casts off its lines on November 1st, 66 ships will have visited, bringing with them approximately 144,000 passengers and 57,700 crew. “Our 2017 […]

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DP World Saint John Canada begins operations

Saint John (NB) – DP World Saint John has begun operating a multi-purpose container, bulk, and breakbulk terminal at Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada. Saint John is ideally positioned to serve the needs of shippers and receivers in New England, Eastern Canada, and the Midwest. Only 68 miles from the United States border, a daily […]

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Port Saint John Issues Request for Proposals for Engineering Design and Related Services

SAINT JOHN (NB) –  Port Saint John today advertised notice to contractors of a request for proposals (RFP) for engineering design and associated services for the West Side Terminals Modernization Project. The RFP period closing date is November 14, 2016.  Interested parties are asked to seek further information at http://www.sjport.com/tenders/. Port Saint John is Eastern […]

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