According to an anonymous source, the event is expected to happen in the first quarter of 2022
It is a well-known event that Canada’s Ottawa was struck by disastrous floods in November. This event led to Canada’s main port being affected severely. According to the latest reports on the same, Ottawa is planning to hold a convention to discuss strengthening the port’s supply chain. According to an anonymous source, the event is expected to happen in the first quarter of 2022. It is very disheartening to know that the Canadian supply chain was hit badly by the ongoing COVID19 pandemic and the landslides and floods which happened in the Pacific Coast Province.
The summit is all set to bring together ports, shippers, railways, railways, truckers, and terminals to hold a discussion about how to make sure that supply chains can fully recover and make the industry become resilient against unexpected pitfalls. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd and Canadian National Railway Co have temporarily been halted due to landslides and floods in the Vancouver region. The province then declared an emergency and rationed gasoline. The supply chain routes in Canada are reliable on the mentioned rail routes and a handful of highways through rugged and rocky regions of British Colombia. Experts are stating that it might not be practical to build a new track on the same because the landscape is rough.