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NeeStaNan’s proposed Port Nelson, Manitoba shipping routing helps to shave thousands of kilometres from existing trade routes, generating more revenues, reducing GHG emissions and bringing more responsibly produced Canadian natural resources to Canadians and world markets.

Port Nelson is 630 kilometres closer by rail to tidewater than ports on the west coast, and, 3800 km closer to market by ship (example is to Brazil market for Saskatchewan Potash).

In summary, the NeeStaNan corridor can save time and cost and shave 3,500 to 5,500 kilometres from existing transportation routes to Europe, the US Gulf Coast and South America.