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General info
In face of the recent changes in world trade, Canada and Brazil have a great potential trading opportunity. With the Mercosur – Brazil and Canada trade discussions, the Atlantic Canadian region has emerged as a new commercial option with efficient logistics routing for bilateral trade.
New Brunswick has been active with an initiative targeting and implementing a logistics development strategy focusing on North, Central and South America and the Caribbean. With the existing services from MSC and the addition of CMA-CGM, Port of Saint John is providing New Brunswick shippers and receivers with strong logistics options to grow their bilateral trade with Latin American markets.
Earlier stages of this project identified Brazil as the most promising markets for South America. The overall goal of the project is to increase trade between New Brunswick and these identified markets. Success means new trade opportunities and enhanced trade agreements, resulting in more container cargo through the Port Saint John container cargo facilities.
This initiative aims to engage all the parties involved in trade; Government representatives, shippers and receivers, freight forwarders, and transportation providers in both Canada and Brazil.
Project Partners
Project partners include the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA), Global Affairs Canada (GAC), Opportunities New Brunswick (ONB) and Port Saint John. The project is coordinated through the Community Business Development Corporation (CBDC) - Charlotte-Kings. In Brazil the project has hired consultant Mr. John Kirkup, former CN executive for the Brazilian market, to coordinate and implement activities.
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