The Importance of Transporting Forest Products Effectively

April
2020

In order to meet the industry’s full potential, creating the good, green jobs of tomorrow, and allowing Canadians to reap the benefits of a global marketplace, forestry depends on a competitive transportation system. As forestry looks to generate an additional $20 billion in economic activity through new markets and eco-friendly products, competitive transportation service will be necessary to ensure trade flows both east-west and north-south to power Canada along its path to a ‘net-zero’ carbon economy by 2050

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Kerry Patterson-Baker
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