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View: The country's two largest ports - Port Metro Vancouver and the Port of Montreal - are both set to see healthy growth in terms of both the tonnage and container spheres, echoing the positive growth expected to occur in the wider Canadian economy. Indeed, total trade growth, buoyed by exports, will return to the positive in 2015 following two years of contractions.Based purely on year-on-year (y-o-y) growth, rather than tonnage handled, the outperforming Canadian port is set to be the Port of Prince Rupert, which is pencilled in to see y-o-y gains of just over 12% in 2015. The Port of Montreal is poised to come in first place in terms of annual tonnage growth (4.83%).
Industry View 5SWOT 7Political 9Economic 10Industry Forecast 11Port Metro Vancouver Throughput 11Port Of Montreal Throughput 16Table: Major Ports Data (Canada 2012-2019) 19Table: Trade Overview (Canada 2012-2019) 21Table: Key Trade Indicators (Canada 2012-2019) 21Table: Top Import Destinations, 2006-2013 23Table: Top Export Destinations, 2006-2013 23Market Overview 25Company Profile 31Teekay 31Shipping - Global Industry View 36Container Lines To Prosper In 2015 36Global Company Strategy 41Maersk Line 41Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) 52CMA CGM 58Evergreen Line 69COSCO Container Lines Company (COSCON) 76Macroeconomic Forecasts 84Table: Economic Activity (Canada 2009-2018) 92Demographic Forecast 93Table: Population Headline Indicators (Canada 1990-2025) 94Table: Key Population Ratios (Canada 1990-2025) 94Table: Urban/Rural Population & Life Expectancy (Canada 1990-2025) 95Table: Population By Age Group (Canada 1990-2025) 95Table: Population By Age Group % (Canada 1990-2025) 96