The Port of Hamilton ranks Number 1 among all Canadian Great Lakes ports in terms of liquid bulk storage capacity and offers direct intermodal connections to key markets in Central Canada and the United States
The Port of Hamilton ranks Number 1 among all Canadian Great Lakes ports in terms of liquid bulk storage capacity and offers direct intermodal connections to key markets in Central Canada and the United States.
The port handles a wide range of liquid bulk commodities including petroleum products, biofuels, chemicals, fertilizers and food grade products. Its 125 storage tanks have a total capacity of more than 200,000 tonnes.
Vessels, trains and trucks can directly load or discharge liquid bulk products to or from all storage tanks in the port. Transload facilities provide for easy transfer of liquid bulk products among all transport modes: rail/ship, truck/ship and rail/truck.
The port’s strategically located liquid bulk facilities offer direct connections to both the CN and CP railway networks and easy access to the Queen Elizabeth Way and Ontario’s 400 series of highways.
Internationally renowned Vopak Terminals of Canada Inc., Westway Terminals and TTL (Toronto Tank Lines) are among the port’s liquid bulk terminal operators.
Storage capacity: 200,000 tonnes
Number of tanks: 125
Modes served: marine, rail, truck
Commodities handled: petroleum products, biofuels, chemicals, fertilizers, food grade products, asphalt.
Vopak Terminals of Canada Inc.
(Petroleum products, chemicals, vegetable oils, biofuels)
Biox Canada Ltd.
Shell Canada Products
Sylvite Agri-Services Ltd.
(Tallow, biodiesel, food grade products)
Agrico Canada Ltd.
Bitumar (Hamilton) Inc.
TTL (Toronto Tank Lines)
(Food grade products, industrial chemicals, specialty oils, waxes)
Contact us for more information.
Kim Sedore, Hamilton Port Authority
Tel: 905.525.4330 ext. 220
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