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NTCL opens new western Arctic sealift route from B.C.
| Apr 20 10:30 pm | Posted by:
Communities along the Beaufort Sea will have a new, cheaper option for shipping up goods from southern Canada this summer, when the Northern Transportation Company Ltd. launches a West Coast barge route from Richmond, B.C.
Tue Apr 21, 2009 1:44 pm
Now they have a new place to have their barges froze in.
New outfit in town now,most of NTCL barges never make it to their destination as they get frozen in up the Hudsons bay.
Look's like they finally have competition.
"...Nunavut Eastern Arctic Shipping (
) is pleased to announce that starting this 2009 season, customers in Nunavut’s Kitikmeot region can now benefit from NEAS’ reliable sealift services and significant cost savings.
“Beginning this season, NEAS will run a new route through the Northwest Passage and deliver significant savings for the people of the Kitikmeot region,” said David Ell, NEAS’ Director of Nunavut Marketing. “We are proud and excited to offer this new over-the-top sealift service for Western Arctic communities.”
NEAS’ Inuit-owned vessels, including the MV AVATAQ, MV QAMUTIK, and the MV UMIAVUT, will navigate the Northwest Passage from the Eastern Arctic to service Western Arctic communities including Cambridge Bay, Kugluktuk, Taloyoak, and Gjoa Haven.
“This is a great time to be a NEAS customer”, confirmed Paul Ghaleb, Vice President of Sales. “With our new Northwest Passage route we will deliver significant savings for the Kitikmeot region and with our new Thru-Rate from Winnipeg, Kivalliq customers also benefit from savings.”"
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