Vancouver Wharves is a 125-acre bulk marine terminal located in the Port of Vancouver, B.C.
The Vancouver Wharves Terminal is a 125-acre diversified bulk and liquids marine terminal operating within the Port of Vancouver, the largest port in Canada. The facility has been in operation since 1959 and now provides export capacity at four vessel berths with rail infrastructure connected to three class one railways.
The terminal has the capacity to accommodate Panamax class vessels with extensive rail infrastructure capable of receiving and unloading unit trains. The facility also has significant dry bulk and liquid storage capacity equipped with specialized conveyance and handling systems for efficient loading and discharging of ocean-going vessels and barges.
Vancouver Wharves Terminal welcomes the opportunity to pursue additional commodity handling with 15 acres of developable land.
For business development inquires, contact:
PKM Canada Marine Terminal LP
1995 West First St.
North Vancouver, BC V7P 1A8
Since 1959, Vancouver Wharves has operated safely on the site owned by BCR Properties.
Servicing the mining, energy, and agricultural resource sectors, Vancouver Wharves handles more than four million tonnes of dry bulk cargo and more than six million barrels of liquids annually through Canada’s key western export trade gateway.
Key commodities handled:
Export copper concentrates from B.C. mines
Import zinc and lead concentrate for domestic smeltering
Formed sulphur bulk exports
Agricultural product exports
Diesel and Renewable Diesel bulk liquids
The terminal facility also has covered storage for up to 500,000 tonnes of bulk cargo, 175,000 tonnes of sulphur stockpile capacity, and 650,000 barrels of diesel and renewable bio-diesel storage tanks.
We welcome the opportunity to pursue additional commodity handling expansion opportunities.
Vancouver Wharves has been a longstanding member and contributor to the local community, employing an average of 200 employees, supporting local businesses through procurement of service and community donations, and is a significant property taxpayer for the District of North Vancouver. Learn more about Pembina's Community Engagement.