Various fees apply to different port uses. Fees at the Port of Vancouver are set by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority. Fees are amended regularly to reflect changes in port use, in accordance with Section 49 of the Canada Marine Act.
Every year, Fraser Surrey Docks handles between 300 and 400 deep-sea vessels up to Panamax size. Service is provided at seven berths and is supported by 63 hectares (154 acres) of yard area and four sheds providing 30,654 square meters (330,000 square feet) of covered storage for weather sensitive cargo. Four dock gantry cranes with up to 80 metric tonnes of lifting capacity service container vessels and Breakbulk vessels when required. A hydraulically operated ramp services barge traffic at a separate berth.
Located on the southwest coast of British Columbia in Canada, the Port of Vancouver extends from Roberts Bank and the Fraser River up to and including Burrard Inlet. The port is Canada’s largest, supporting trade with more than 170 economies around the world.
With the most diversified range of cargo of any port in North America, the port operates across five business sectors: automobiles, breakbulk, bulk, container and cruise
Strategically located in the inner harbour, GCT Vanterm operates in naturally occurring deep water and is the most productive terminal in Port Metro Vancouver. It is a 31-hectare (76-acre) container terminal with 619 metres (2,030 feet) of berth, offering six high-speed, super post-Panamax dock gantries, a modern fleet of container handling equipment, and an on-dock intermodal rail yard with nine tracks totaling 2,962 metres (9,600 feet).
GCT Deltaport is Canada’s flagship container terminal and the first semi-automated facility in the country. As the Gateway to the Pacific, the 85 hectare (210 acre) state-of-the-art terminal is located in the outer harbour at Roberts Bank, supported by an 1,100 metre (3,609 foot) contiguous berth. The facility’s fleet of electric, high-speed, super post-Panamax cranes serve the largest transpacific container vessels calling the tradelane, boasting seamless ship-to-rail productivity. Employing state-of-the-art computer systems to embed the highest levels in safety
CN is a true backbone of the economy whose team of approximately 24,000 railroaders transports more than C$250 billion worth of goods annually for a wide range of business sectors, ranging from resource products to manufactured products to consumer goods, across a rail network of approximately 20,000 route-miles spanning Canada and mid-America.
ncorporated in 1881, Canadian Pacific Railway was formed to physically unite Canada and Canadians from coast to coast and the building of the railway is considered to be one of Canada's greatest feats of engineering. The CPR played a major role in the promotion of tourism and immigration, as well as Canada's war efforts and through the years, the railway grew and diversified to include steamships, hotels, airlines, mining, oil and gas exploration, delivery and telecommunications companies.
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