Port of Vancouver

Port Metro Vancouver is Canada’s largest gateway to the world’s most dynamic economies, and facilitates trade with more than 160 world economies, moving 122 million tonnes of cargo worth more than 75 billion CAD. Port Metro Vancouver is a non-shareholder, financially self-sufficient corporation, established by the Government of Canada, pursuant to the Canada Marine Act, and accountable to the Federal Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities. We manage land, water and assets along more than 600 kilometres of shoreline, bordering 16 municipalities, one treaty First Nation, and intersecting the traditional territories of several First Nations. Located on the southwest coast of British Columbia, Port Metro Vancouver benefits from a strategic location and diversity of infrastructure, services and supply chain. The Port offers 28 major marine cargo terminals, Super Post Panamax capacity, extensive on dock rail facilities, three Class I railways, and a full range of services to support the international shipping community.

  • Size: Large
  • Type: State-owned company
  • Listed: Non-listed
  • Sector: Logistics
  • Country: Canada
  • Country Status: OECD
  • Employees: 100 - 249
  • Revenue: Not provided
  • GRI Community: Not provided
  • Stock listing code: Not provided


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HQ Address: 100 The Pointe, 999 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC, Canada V6C 3T4
HQ City: Vancouver, BC
Contact person: Not provided
Email: send email




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