The Canadian government has issued a series of new export rules that would make it easier for container companies to ship cargo to and from the U.S. and other countries.
The rules would apply to container ships of over 50,000 tons or more and would create a new “Canadian Shipping Container” category under the U,S.
Commerce Department, which has been pushing the U to expand its container-based economy.
The new rules are part of the Conservative government’s new trade agenda.
They would make Canada’s exports to the U: goods and services that include food, energy, clothing and other goods and that can be used in a variety of ways, easier to do and less expensive.
The government has said the rules would benefit Canadians by lowering costs and reducing imports.
It also says they would make Canadian shipping companies more competitive by making it easier to source and sell products and services across borders.
Canada’s current shipping regulations allow for a maximum capacity of 25,000 tonnes and allow for shipping in bulk and with a maximum speed of 70 knots.
Under the new rules, containers could be able to ship up to 50,001 tons.