Kudos and congratulations: February 11, 2022

by Inside Logistics Online Staff

Federal Saint-Laurent

The Federal Saint-Laurent is the first vessel to call the Port of Trois-Rivières in 2022. It docked at the port on January 6 after a 15-day crossing of the Atlantic. The vessel, with its 22 crew members, left the port of Brake in Germany with a cargo of steel. To receive the title of first vessel, the vessel must arrive in Trois-Rivières from an overseas port without making a stopover at another Canadian port and perform loading or unloading operations at the Port of Trois-Rivières. The port presented the captain of the Federal St-Laurent, Shaikh Shahid Ibrahim, and the chief engineer, Arundeepak Rajamoha, with a painting titled ‘Un port, une équipe’, produced by local artist Caroline St Pierre, as well as baskets of regional products.

Canadian Pacific

Canadian Pacific has been included on the Corporate Knights Global 100 Index, an annual ranking of the most sustainable corporations in the world. CP ranked 34th overall on the 2022 index and was the top performing freight transportation company evaluated globally. The Corporate Knights global ranking evaluated 6,914 companies worldwide on up to 24 quantitative key performance indicators, weighted to reflect each industry’s impact profile. Performance indicators covered topics including clean revenue and investment, resource management, emissions, health and safety, diversity and workforce management.

Eugene Seroka

The Containerization & Intermodal Institute (CII) presented its 2021 Connie Award to Eugene Seroka, executive director of the Port of Los Angeles at its 49th Connie Award event in December, 2021. Seroka is the leader of the Port of Los Angeles, the busiest container port in the United States. In March 2020, he was named chief logistics officer for the City of Los Angeles. While maintaining his duties as the port’s executive director, Seroka also leads the Logistics Victory Los Angeles (LoVLA) response effort.

B&H Worldwide

B&H Worldwide, the specialist aerospace logistics provider, has won two Green Apple Awards.  The first was for its carbon reduction project, which was achieved in 2020 but the awards were postponed for 12 months due to the pandemic, and the second was for adoption of electronic air waybills (eAWBs) for all airlines it works with. The Green Apple Organisation is an independent, non-profit, non-political group that has been rewarding and promoting environmental best practice since 1994.  Its annual awards recognize those businesses that make a positive contribution to the environment through carbon friendly initiatives.