Bombardier transports more than 3 million tonnes of goods to U.S. ports

Bombardiers Transport Canada (BCC) has moved more than three million tonnes (MT) of cargo to the U.K., the company announced on Monday.

The shipment was the largest single shipment of Canadian cargo to a U.T. destination in four years.

The cargo was loaded at two Canadian ports and then transferred to U-K.

At the port of London, the company has shipped more than 1.7 million tonnes to the United Kingdom.

Bombardies Canada, which was founded in 1994, is Canada’s largest commercial trucking company.

It has shipped cargo for over 1.5 million trips in the past 12 months, according to a statement.

The company said the U-T cargo was delivered to its two hubs in the U, UK, and Germany.

The U-S.

is Canadas largest container hub, with about 1.3 million MT shipped annually.

Bombards Canada said the new cargo was shipped to a “large Canadian-owned shipyard” at Port Coquitlam, British Columbia.

The shipyard has a capacity of nearly 3,000 MT.

The move is the latest in Bombardie’s move into the U.-S.

The two companies recently signed a new shipping agreement, which is expected to be finalized in the second half of 2018.