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Congratulations to the Port of Montreal on this special anniversary." Remi Samad, General Manager of CMA CGM Canada "The ties between the Port of Montreal and CN since the first half of the 20th century have always been tight. Every day, our container trains enter and leave the Port of Montreal, enabling both our organizations to provide reliable, efficient and secure transport to our markets in Canada and the United States." Jean-Jacques Ruest, Executive Vice-President and Chief Marketing Officer - Canadian National "CP has been operating in the Montreal area for more than 135 years and has had a strong relationship with the Port of Montreal over that time. We were there when the first containers arrived 50 years ago, and we remain here today at this essential transportation hub. It's an honor to celebrate this milestone with the Port of Montreal, especially given our history in this location with CP Ships and the history of our company in Montreal." Jonathan Wahba, Vice-President Sales and Marketing, Intermodal and Grain - Canadian Pacific "Our family company started its operations at the Bickerdike pier in 1931. Over the years, we have seen numerous improvements in the maritime business amongst which, the very first containers in Montreal. Despite the fact that we now operate in 9 major ports across North America, for us, it all started here at the Port of Montreal over 85 years ago, and we are always proud to mark the event!" Andrew Chodos, President and CEO - Empire Stevedoring "There is a very special relationship between the Port of Montreal, Hapag-Lloyd and its home base, the Port of Hamburg. Back in late 19th century, Hapag's vessels were already sailing between Germany and Canada, carrying goods and people. Nowadays, we operate a weekly container carrier ship service to the city." Wolfgang Schoch, Managing Director of Hapag-Lloyd Canada "Maersk Line is proud of our long-term relationship with the Port of Montreal, and we complement you on the 50th anniversary of the first container arriving in the city.  We are happy to be a partner with the port in connecting Canada to the world." Jack Mahoney, President - Maersk Line in Canada  "MGT is owned by a local investor consortium comprised of Axium Infrastructure, the Desjardins Group, Manulife, Industrial Alliance and the FTQ Solidarity Fund. It operates two of the four international container terminals at the Port of Montreal. The Port of Montreal's oldest international container terminal still operating, CAST, is owned by the consortium and has been in operation since 1972. The consortium also owns the Racine Terminal, which has been in operation since 1978.

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