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2nd Annual Port Connect Set For This Thursday

NANAIMO – Students and employment seekers can attend the 2nd Annual Port Connect Thursday November 7 to survey possible job opportunities with companies that conduct their business on the waterfront. The Port of Nanaimo, in partnership with Work BC Employment Services Centre, coordinated the event, designed to link students and people of all ages with contacts in the marine […]


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Local Benefits, Global Reach

Local Benefits, Global Reach Apr 17, 2019 NANAIMO – When the official opening of the new Vehicle Processing Centre was held last week, a statement from Acting Chair Donna Hais about it being the end result of an initial introduction in the southern U.S. drove home an important point: Reaching out across the globe produces tangible local benefits, as in the 40 […]


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Open for Business: Port of Nanaimo offers Mercedes-Benz Canada new access to Canada’s western market

Open for Business: Port of Nanaimo offers Mercedes-Benz Canada new access to Canada’s western market Apr 09, 2019 The Port of Nanaimo and BCVPC’s Vehicle Processing Centre is the first and only Western Canadian entry point for European automobiles. It was developed in partnership with Transport Canada, Western Stevedoring, the Auto Division of SSA Marine, […]


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Mercedes test runs new Vehicle Processing Centre

Mercedes test runs new Vehicle Processing Centre Mar 14, 2019 NANAIMO – When the vehicle carrier Tranquil Ace docked at the Port of Nanaimo on March 8, it delivered the first Mercedes Benz cars in what would be a pilot-run of the new Vehicle Processing Centre (VPC) at the Port. It’s been almost a year since the Port of Nanaimo announced the partnership […]


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Port Connect a resounding success

NANAIMO – Around 200 students and employment seekers attended Port Connect Wednesday to survey possible job opportunities with companies that conduct their business on the waterfront. The Port of Nanaimo, in partnership with GT Hiring Solutions and Work BC Employment Services Centre, coordinated the event, designed to link students and people of all ages with […]


Employment
Port Connect a resounding success

Port Connect a resounding success Nov 30, 2018 The Port of Nanaimo, in partnership with GT Hiring Solutions and Work BC Employment Services Centre, coordinated the event, designed to link students and people of all ages with contacts in the marine industry for possible employment. There were 17 participating exhibitors, including Seaspan, BC Ferries, DP […]