Three oceans, five major ports, one railway accessing them all... that’s us. International access is literally at your fingertips. We have unique partnerships and supply chain agreements with every major port in Canada, so that we can provide you with flawless service to all your international destinations.
Port of Halifax
This deep-water port is the first port of call for westbound trips and the last port of call for eastbound voyages from across the pond. Two days faster than New York from Europe, 1,000 reefer plugs and only two days to Toronto, this is a port of choice for Vietnam, India and European shipments.
Port of Montreal
A naturally balanced port with rail integrated into every portion of its operations, creating nearly seamless ship-to-rail operations. This port provides access to substantial local and neighbouring markets, as it’s positioned just a one-hour drive to the U.S. border.
Port of Prince Rupert
Strategically located to handle excess capacity on one of the world's busiest shipping corridors, this is the closest port to Asia by up to 58 hours of sailing time compared to any other west coast port in North America. With expansion plans in the near future, the Port of Prince Rupert is the port of choice.
Port of Vancouver
The Port of Vancouver is Canada’s largest and busiest port. A dynamic gateway for international trade, this port is located in proximity to many of our transload facilities, making shipping that much easier.
Port of New Orleans
With 2,000 vessel calls each year, the Port of New Orleans is at the centre of Louisiana’s Lower Mississippi River. Its proximity to the American Midwest via a 14,500-mile inland waterway system makes New Orleans the port of choice for the movement of cargoes.
Don’t look at the list above and think that that’s all the ports we access. We have great ties with many other ports, including the Port of Mobile, the Port of Quebec, the Port of Belledune, the port of Saint-John, NB and multiple smaller inland ports, to just name a few.