Maple Leaf Motoring: Carriers could shut down if pulp mill closes

Northern Pulp plays an important role in Nova Scotia's trucking industry. Photo: Paper Excellence Group

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Shuttering of Northern Pulp in Nova Scotia would remove millions of dollars of freight spent – and potentially put some trucking companies out of business.

Maple Leaf Motoring is a weekly rundown of developments in the world of Canadian transportation. This week: pulp mill’s closure could string trucking, Saskatchewan highways get an infusion, Transplace appoints head for Canada, and transport associations visit Central Bank.

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Source: Freight Waves

 

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