Katrina: The Canadian Impact now available online

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TORONTO, Ont. — The impact of Hurricane Katrina is certain to have a ripple effect on energy pricing, transportation and distribution across the North American economy.

The editors of Transportation Media in concert with the editors of parent company Business Information Group (BIG) have produced a comprehensive industry-by-industry report on the impact of the hurricane on the Canadian economy.

The report, e-mailed last week to our e-mail subscribers, is now available on www.ctl.ca. To find out about the potential impact not only on Canadian carriers but also the industry’s suppliers and customers, go to Features on the left hand side of the home page and click on Katrina: The Canadian Impact.

The report, produced by more than 20 editors across Canada led by editorial director Lou Smyrlis, serves as key milestone in our company’s evolution towards becoming an integrated media services business.

This evolution includes a commitment to distributing information in multiple formats to our subscribers and changing our company infrastructure to integrate our wide variety of content to ultimately provide new and unique products. The Katrina supplement combined content from all our vertical publications delving into a theme relevant to all.

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