Reductions in production could see shipment volumes fall at Ridley Terminals

As Western Canadian Coal makes plans to make some changes to its production plans in 2009, the impact on Ridley Terminals could be a sizable reduction in the volume of coal shipped out of the Prince Rupert port.

Western Canadian is reported to be considering reductions in volume to Prince Rupert of 50 per cent as demand for their product declines amid the current uncertainty of the economic climate. Officials at the company are quick to remind people however that all of their plans are contingent on the demand on the world market, which will dictate the amount of product that they will provide in the next twelve months…

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