West"s grain handling and transportation system by Saskatchewan. Dept. of Agriculture.

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Published by Saskatchewan Agriculture in [Regina .

Written in English

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  • Canada.

Subjects:

  • Grain -- Transportation -- Canada.,
  • Grain -- Handling -- Canada.,
  • Grain trade -- Canada.

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Book details

StatementSaskatchewan Agriculture.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHE2321.G7 S28 1975
The Physical Object
Pagination38 p. :
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4606957M
LC Control Number77370292

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Freight-related regulations in the Western Canadian GHTS have been in place for more than a century. An Overview of the Western Grain Handling and Transportation System Association of Canadian Port Authorities Annual Meeting Thunder Bay, September 8, Total Supply (Western Canada Production and Carry In Stock) grain in western Canada.

Canada’s Grain Handling and Transportation System (GHTS) is a complex, multi-actor supply chain that transports the collective output of Western Canadian grain farmers to a variety of domestic and international markets.

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The grain handling and transportation system that serves farmers in Western Canada today bears little resemblance to the system that served their parents. The grain handling and transportation system (GHTS) has been a defining component of the western Canadian economy since the early part of the last century.

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The following report details the performance of Canada’s Grain Handling and Transportation System (GHTS) for the crop year ended 31 Julyand focuses on the various events, issues and trends manifest in the movement of Western Canadian grain during the past year. This is the ninth annual report submitted by.

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