Welcome to Trans-Talk, hosted by Tetracom Logistics.
This is a blog about transportation and trade topics and markets, from a Vancouver, British Columbia perspective. Its main purpose is to organize news and reference materials into a resource for logistics and trade.
At one time it provided comment facilities and a forum for discussing current events within the wider logistics community. They were closed due to the inordinate amount of time needed to deal with spam, malware, etc.
- Links open in the same window, so you must use your browser’s Back button to navigate. The external link icon indicates a destination outside the Tetracom or Trans-Talk sites. Alternatively you check link destinations in your browser’s status bar.
- Some external hyperlinks may lead to subscriber-only pages which require membership or payment for access.
- External links often become stale for news sites that limit access to their archives, or for RSS aggregators that purge old content. In many cases the link target can be found by using the Trans-Talk link title, or article title, as a search term on the external site.
- Navigation menus are contextual and change from page to page, but you can always return to the entry page by clicking the title “Trans-Talk” in the banner at the top of each page.
- The site tries to be small-screen-friendly for cell phones and tablets by showing content first, menus last. If it looks funny on your device, let me know.
- RSS is the best way to keep track of site updates. Twitter and Facebook feeds may also be available.
- Trackbacks and pingbacks are disabled.
Please use e-mail for article submissions, comments, corrections or other issues.
- Personal information is not shared with third parties, or used for marketing or commercial purposes.
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Technical credits and information about the Trans-Talk web site.
Trans-Talk was built with WordPress.
The site layout is based on Michael Heilemann’s Kubrick theme.
The great Quick Event Manager is a plugin by Aerin at http://http://quick-plugins.com/quick-event-manager/.
The site should conform to the W3C HTML5 and CSS3 standards.