It’s clear sailing for the company with the sole marketing rights to Sydney’s port development after its exclusivity agreement with the Cape Breton Municipality was extended for five years.
On Monday, the CBRM council voted 9-4 in favour of extending the two-year agreement, reached on June 16, 2015, that gave Harbor Port Development Partners, since rebranded as Sydney Harbour Investment Partners, the exclusive rights to market and develop the Port of Sydney with the main objective of securing a container terminal for Sydport’s Greenfield site, properties the municipality purchased over time at a total cost of $6 million.
Ports America and Sydney Harbour Investment Partners Agreement on Marine Container Facility in Port of Sydney, Nova Scotia.
Sydney, Nova Scotia, December 12, 2016 — Ports America and Sydney Harbour Investment Partners (SHIP) have announced an agreement for the promotion, development and management of Novaporte, the marine container facility in the Port of Sydney, Nova Scotia.
MOU provides ‘labour stability’ during Sydney container terminal construction
Sydney, Nova Scotia, August 31, 2016 — The 15 local trades unions hoping for employment through the possible construction of a $1.2-billion deep-water container terminal in Sydney harbour agreed in principle to maintain labour peace during project construction...
Announcing the new brand for Sydney’s new container terminal: NOVAPORTE™ and its adjacent logistics park NOVAZONE™.
Sydney, Nova Scotia, February 10, 2016 — The Harbor Port Development Partners (HPDP) and the Port of Sydney are pleased to announce the exciting new brand for Sydney’s new container terminal: NOVAPORTE™ and its adjacent logistics park NOVAZONE™.
Mayor and First Nations leaders support “transformative opportunity” at Port of Sydney
Sydney, Nova Scotia, December 13, 2016 — MONTREAL, QUEBEC - The head office of Montreal’s Canderel was the setting for a historic meeting with key partners in Port of Sydney’s Novaporte and Novazone project.
Cape Breton Regional Municipality and Harbor Port Development Partners announce sister city relationship with the port city of Dalian in China
Sydney, Nova Scotia, December 16, 2015 — The Mayor of the Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM) and the City of Dalian, Liaoning Province in the People’s Republic of China are pleased to announce they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) laying the ground work for an official sister city relationship between the two regions and...
Harbor Port Development Partners and Cape Breton & Central Nova Scotia Railway to work together on the port of Sydney development project
Sydney, Nova Scotia, November 19, 2015 — Cape Breton Regional Municipality has recently officially granted Harbor-Port Development Partners (HPDP) the exclusive right to market the port of Sydney for development, including building the financial and operating consortium to...