The Port of Montreal provides a tactical corridor to the major economic markets located in central Canada, the US industrial heartland and the Midwest. Located at Bickerdike Pier at the port’s western-most point, our terminal provides rapid, economically viable access to strategically important cities.
Featuring a state-of-the-art security and lighting system, vessels can conveniently discharge or load day or night. Because our operation is strategically located near all major highways and bridges, your shipments are able to move quickly by both CP and CN major railways to their next destination.
Our existing fleet of forklifts have a capacity of 2.5 to 40 tons with two container gantry heavy lift cranes which can both handle 53 ft (16.15 m) containers. The terminal operates two Ro-Ro ramps to load and discharge specialized cargoes such as automobiles. While the yard’s railroad tracks provide convenient transport for these specialized shipments. Our facility is equipped with three storage sheds to warehouse shipments as well as an on-site maintenance centre to provide routine maintenance for all of our operational equipment. Our skilled grain handlers load and discharge grain from berthed vessels located at the ports’ grain storage facilities.