Transportation and Logistics: At A Glance

Transportation and Logistics: At A Glance

Alberta may be landlocked, but it’s home to two ports — Port Alberta, in the Edmonton region, and the Calgary Region Inland Port. These Foreign Trade Zone Points are strategic locations for international trade and facilitate access to markets across Western Canada and beyond.

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Cleared for Landing

Cleared for Landing

An ambitious airport plan in Red Deer takes off

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Due North

Due North

Northern Alberta communities push for infrastructure development to transport value-added products out of the region

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Taxes Not Included

Taxes Not Included

Port Alberta is positioning itself as a major transportation hub and using its Foreign Trade Zone status to attract import-export operations

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Going Global

Going Global

Custom transport equipment manufacturer broadens its reach to offset economic cycles

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Electric Avenues

Electric Avenues

An electric vehicle road trip is now a reality in Alberta thanks
 to a growing network of fast-charging stations

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A Tale of Two Retailers

A Tale of Two Retailers

Two of the world’s largest companies have established distribution hubs in a tiny Alberta community

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By Any Mode Necessary

By Any Mode Necessary

A combination of pipelines and trucks deliver economic activity to an east-central Alberta hub

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Right Side of the Tracks

Right Side of the Tracks

Development of a new rail yard and logistics park is aiming to put a small southern Alberta community on the fast track to becoming a transportation hub

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Training Day

Training Day

A state-of-the-art commercial driver training facility touches down at Edmonton International Airport

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