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Container Services

With 70 marine terminals across 6 continents, we are your global leader in container handling services.

Connecting Global Markets

Our Canadian operations in British Columbia include three full service container facilities: Vancouver’s Centerm, Prince Rupert's Fairview and Nanaimo’s Duke Point terminal on Vancouver Island.

In downtown Vancouver, DP World Canada operates the 72-acre, full-service container terminal Centerm, the west coast hub for international trade. Our central location provides unsurpassed arterial links to rail (CN Rail and CP Rail), major highways, and the nearby US border.

Connecting Global Markets

Our Canadian operations in British Columbia include three full service container facilities: Prince Rupert's Fairview, Vancouver’s Centerm and Nanaimo’s Duke Point terminal on Vancouver Island.

In Prince Rupert, DP World operates the 59-acre, full-service container terminal Fairview, the closest major North American port to Asia with direct on-dock access to the rail network. The terminal was purpose-built to be a premier intermodal gateway offering shorter total transit times and service reliability.

Vancouver (Centerm) Positioned For Global Trade

With 6 deep sea berths and a 16-hour gate with full appointment system, operations are networked using NAVIS tracking software. Additionally, our sophisticated refrigeration systems ensure perishable cargoes are maintained at proper temperatures.

Prince Rupert (Fairview) Speed, Reliability & Reach

Strategically situated on the great circle route from Asia, Prince Rupert is also North America’s deepest natural harbour. As such, the Prince Rupert Container Terminal is able to comfortably handle the world’s largest container vessels in a highly productive and efficient manner.

Efficient. Productive. Connected.

Positioned for global trade, our operations on Canada’s west coast of British Columbia connect your products to international markets.

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Choose BC’s most sophisticated container services operations. Our team at Vancouver’s Centerm Terminal have the container handling expertise and equipment you need to help move your products to market.


Vancouver Terminal
Terminal Manager

Brendon Hull
P: 604.252.2515
E: brendon.hull@dpworld.com

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Choose BC’s most sophisticated container services operations. Our team at Prince Rupert's Fairview Terminal have the container handling expertise and equipment you need to help move your products to market.


Prince Rupert Terminal
Terminal Manager

Kurt Slocombe
P: 250.624.2124 ext. 2104
E: kurt.slocombe@dpworld.com

Vancouver Container Terminal Specifications

Prince Rupert Container Terminal Specifications

72 Acres


72 acre (28 ha) terminal that boasts investments of over $200 million in infrastructure, equipment and operating systems.

59 Acres


59 Acre (26 ha) terminal that was specifically designed as a high volume intermodal container transfer facility.

2 Container berths


2 container berths: depth 15.0 to 15.5 m., total length 647 m.

1 Container berth


1 deep sea container berth: depth 17 m, total length 360 m.

6 Quay cranes


6 quay cranes (3 ZPMC Super post panamax – 22 wide, twin 20 capable, 1 Fantuzzi post panamax – 19 wide, and 2 MGM – 17 wide).

4 Quay cranes


4 Super post panamax quay cranes along with 12,000 ft of on-dock rail capacity.

19 RTGs


19 one-over-five ZPMC/Noell Rubber Tire Gantries (RTG) – introduced in 2006.

21 Reach stackers


21 Reach stackers provide the mobility and flexibility to operate under any conditions.

Connecting Vancouver Island to Global Markets

Importers and exporters can take advantage of our efficient and cost-effective short sea shipping container and break bulk service between the Duke Point Terminal (Vancouver Island’s first load on, load off (lo-lo) container terminal) and Centerm in downtown Vancouver.

 

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Unparalleled Mix of Speed, Reliability & Reach

As Prince Rupert is the closest major North American port to Asia with direct on-dock access to the CN Rail network, ocean carriers and their clients benefit from excellent transit times between Asia and North American markets.

 

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