We
HANDLE

THERE IS NO CARGO
WE CANNOT HANDLE

Our reputation of excellence arises from our capacity to handle efficiently all types of cargo.

 

Bulk

All our terminals are equipped to handle bulk. 

St-Lawrence Stevedoring (SLS), situated in the Beauport Sector of the Port of Quebec, operates the largest bulk terminal of our entire network. Its 15 meters of available draft accommodates vessels of up to 175,000 tonnes of deadweight tonnage. 

SLS is defined as the deep-water gateway to the Great Lakes.

Steel

QSL’s unmatched experience in the handling of steel products makes it a leader in this field. The diversity and the technical assets of the fleet of machinery, combined to the extensive know-how of its labour, are the core of our world-renowned expertise.

Our know-how is as strong as the product we handle: steel.

Breakbulk

Every port throughout our network has the expertise, the personnel and the necessary equipment to handle any kind of cargo.

 

Wind turbines - QSL engineers are pioneers in the development of customized handling solutions for all wind turbines components.
Forest products - Newsprint, wood pulp, lumber, linerboard, woodchips and wood pellets are handled by QSL and its subsidiaries.
And more...We also handle granite, palletized cargo, livestock, big bags, containers, transformers, contaminated soils, explosives, military equipment, etc. 

Always prepared to innovate, we propose tailored solutions to specific handling operations.

PROJECT CARGO – NORTHERN PROJECTS

Supplies for Northern communities - For more than 20 years, QSL’s subsidiary Quebec Port Terminals has been loading supplies for Northern communities via its Côte-Sainte-Catherine terminal.

Construction equipment for Northern mines - Specialized equipment required for the construction of Northern mines is loaded at the Port of Bécancour.

Ideal transhipment port - Unloading, storage and reloading to rail of nickel concentrate at St. Lawrence Stevedoring bulk terminal (Port of Québec, Beauport sector)

Link to the North - Handling of resupply cargoes for nickel mines through our facilities at the Port of Québec, Anse au Foulon sector.