Rodair International Participates in Earth Day Tree Planting Event May 22 2018

Rodair International Ltd. participated in the City of Mississauga’s Earth Day Tree Planting event last month. The event took place at Glen Eden Park in Mississauga, ON. The City of Mississauga’s One Million Trees initiative aims “to help conserve and enhance the City’s open spaces and forested areas for future generations to enjoy.” The goal is to plant one million trees o…
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New Office Opening- Rodair Customs Brokers Western Canada May 15 2018

We have exciting news! Rodair International has expanded their customs brokerage division. Rodair Customs Brokerage will open its second office in Vancouver, BC next month.
Our Vancouver location will only strengthen Rodair’s National brokerage service offering and complement the extraordinary customs service offering our Toronto team has built to date.Rodair Customs B…
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Rodair Global Projects Division: Hydro Runner Move from Mexico to Canada Apr 24 2018

Rodair Global Projects Division: Hydro Runner Move from Mexico to Canada
 
Rodair International’s Global Projects Division (RGPD) successfully completed a hydro runner move from a factory in Morelia, Mexico to a remote hydro electric facility in Saint John, Canada. RGPD developed a strategic solution with their agents, ITM Projects Mexico, to transport the over dim…
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CP and Unions Avoid Work Stoppage Apr 20 2018

Canadian Pacific Railway Limited has reached an agreement with both the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference-Train & Engine (TCRC) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), which averts the potential work stoppage of 12:01 am Eastern time on April 21.  
 
On the recommendation of federal mediators, the Minister of Labour will direct the Canadi…
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CP to Execute “Safe and Structured Shutdown” of Train Operations in Canada Apr 19 2018

In a customer advisory sent Wednesday evening April 18, Canadian Pacific said it had received notice from the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference Train and Engine (TCRC) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) that members of the respective unions would be withdrawing services to operate freight and passenger trains and to maintain CP's signaling system…
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