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June 18, 2020


An ambitious international project for the future of supply chains


The Montreal Port Authority is pleased to join the ePIcenter project, which brings together an international consortium of 36 players from the logistics, business and port sectors.

Led by the Port of Antwerp, this ambitious project was established to design and launch large-scale projects to improve the global supply chain’s efficiency, fluidity and performance. Harnessing the talents of environmental and technology experts from around the world, it will provide hands-on solutions backed by a long-term sustainable vision to various supply chain issues.

 As part of the partnership agreement between the Port of Montreal and the Port of Antwerp, the project will also make it possible to create a cyber-secured trade corridor between the ports of Montreal and Antwerp.

Read the press release: click here.

2020 06 17 drapeau union europeenneThis project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 861584.