They have just hired Crest Container Lines to work in India to promote the Port of Halifax and CN’s rail network as a gateway into North America.
[HALIFAX, NS] - Halifax Port Authority (HPA) and CN Rail are working together to promote international trade and build business development opportunities.
They have hired Crest Container Lines to work in India to promote the Port of Halifax and CN’s rail network as a gateway into North America. The agreement took effect on Saturday.
Crest Container Lines is based in Mumbai, with nine branch offices throughout India. Fouze Farrhan, president & CEO of Crest Container Lines, has over two decades of proven shipping and freight experience in the Indian Subcontinent and North American market. Crest Container Lines is a member of FFAI, FIATA and is NVOCC licenced by Federal Maritime Commission.
“There are many opportunities in this fast growing marketplace, and we are fortunate to have two very strong partners in CN and Crest to help promote our business development efforts in India,” said George Malec, vice president of Business Development and Operations for the Halifax Port Authority. “Fouze’s experience combined with the expanding Crest network will be an excellent partnership to grow the flow of cargo between the Indian Subcontinent and North America.”