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December 2007 - Commonwealth Independent States Navigation Inc. new office

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Commonwealth Independent States Navigation Inc. new office

In November 2007 CIS Navigation Inc., ARRC Line General Agent, moved to its new office at 478 McGill Street in Montreal.

The new 4 stories office building was constructed in 1853 and is a part of Victorian Montreal history. The first owner of the building was James Morgan, known as the President of the company “Henry Morgan and Co. Limited” and he put the beginning of a long list of many other very well known historical personalities to later own this property. The complete history of the building can be found following the link 478 McGill building history.



October 2007 - New addition to the fleet – M/V “Atlantic Action”

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New addition to the fleet – M/V “Atlantic Action” 

To all our valued clients:

In response to the increased requirement for space from our clients Atlantic Ro-Ro Carriers Inc. is pleased to announce that as of November 2007 we will be adding a 10th vessel to our trans-Atlantic service. M/V “Atlantic Action “, Astrakhan Mark III built in 1993 is a versatile Lo-Ro vessel with 17670 DWT and is a full sistership to our M/V “ Atlantic Runner” and “Atlantic Navigator”. Full description of the ship and our updated sailing schedule are available at our web-site This new addition to ARRC fleet would allow the Line to sustain min 6 sailings per month from Saint-Petersburg, 5 sailings per month to/from Baltimore and up to 3 sailings per month to/from Houston. New Orleans will be served twice a month and sailings to/from Charleston will be provided on a monthly basis.

September 2006 - Coordination meeting in Montreal

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Coordination meeting in Montreal
The first reunion coordination meeting of Commonwealth Independent States Navigation group of companies1 was hosted this fall in Montreal. It was held at the “Intercontinental Hotel” and the series of meetings continued for 4 days.

One of the main goals in organizing this event was to provide colleagues from different offices and our long term partners an opportunity to meet and discuss vital issues. Many interesting ideas were exchanged on how to best combine our strengths and provide our customers with the highest quality services.

August 2005 - Special Project

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Special Project
ARRC performed an extraordinary transportation of the colossal sculpture of Zurab Tsereteli "Tear of Grief", created in commemoration of the victims of 9/11 in New York. Providing the only direct liner service between USA and Russia for over a decade and with the reputation of successfully handling various challenging cargoes, ARRC was the carrier of the first choice for the transportation of this piece of art.

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