British Columbia floods disrupt supply chains from Canada to U.S. Midwest

British Columbia floods disrupt supply chains from Canada to U.S. Midwest

November 23, 2021

Since mid-November, British Columbia has been experiencing severe supply chain disruptions after the province was hit with a once-in-a-century weather event known as an atmospheric river. Flooding and landslides caused by heavy rainfall made many of the region’s key highways impassable, cut off two major rail lines connecting British Columbia with the rest of the country, and disrupted operations at Canada’s busiest seaport, the Port of Vancouver.

Read the latest special report to learn more about the challenges posed to road, rail and ocean freight transportation by flooding and landslides in British Columbia, and what companies can do to mitigate the risks in the short and long term.

British Columbia forecast

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Key Report Insights

  • Impacts on rail and ocean freight operations at the Port of Vancouver.
  • Current status of highway closures and imposed travel restrictions.
  • 15-day weather forecast for British Columbia and an outlook for what companies can expect in the weeks to come.
  • Recommendations for companies reliant on transport networks that pass through British Columbia.

Get in Front of What’s Ahead.

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To prepare supply chains in the event of adverse weather conditions, and to receive early, near-time alerts, companies can use Everstream’s Applied Meteorology and Intelligence Monitoring solutions.

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