The Importance of Transporting Forest Products Effectively


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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