CBT conducting Regional Shipping and Logistics Survey

As part of the study, we are reaching out to stakeholders with an interest in regional shipping and logistics.

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The Columbia Basin Trust is undertaking a Regional Shipping and Logistics Analysis to assess regional logistics infrastructure and services and explore options for improvements. — Photo: KBM

The Columbia Basin Trust is undertaking a Regional Shipping and Logistics Analysis to assess regional logistics infrastructure and services and explore options for improvements.

The success of this project will depend on the input and participation of the many stakeholders affected by this major issue. Your cooperation in helping us carry out this work will enable us to make this project a success.

A short survey can be found HERE.

The scope of the project includes analysis of the shipping and logistics infrastructure in the Basin, identification of constraints and challenges to efficient operations, and assessment of impacts. The study will also provide recommendations on potential actions and the role of the Trust in improving regional logistics to enhance business growth and investment in the region.

As part of the study, we are reaching out to stakeholders with an interest in regional shipping and logistics to gather information on the current state of infrastructure and services, regional issues and potential solutions.

From commercial stakeholders, we are seeking information on current transportation-related activities, challenges in freight transportation within the region, and opportunities to improve economic efficiency and service quality.

If you have any questions or require further information please contact Darryl Anderson [email protected] or 250 812-5982. The project liaison at the Trust is Lisa Kilpatrick [email protected] or 250-304-1636.

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