Contents 1 History 1.1 Merger 2 Major initiatives 3 Business sectors 3.1 Terminals and facilities 3.1.1 Automobile terminals 3.1.2 Break-bulk terminals 3.1.3 Bulk terminals 3.1.4 Container terminals 3.1.5 Cruise terminals 4 Gallery 5 See also 6 References 7 External links


History[edit] Merger[edit] Prior to the formation of the new authority, there were three separate port authorities in the Metro Vancouver region: the Port of Vancouver, which was the largest port in Canada; the Fraser River Port Authority; and the North Fraser Port Authority. Although the ports were financially self-sufficient, the federal legislation governing the authorities generated some inefficiency because the port authorities, legally separate entities, were forced to compete with each other economically for business. This inefficiency came to the attention of the local media in 2006 when it was found that the recently expanded Fraser Surrey Docks, operated by the Fraser River Port Authority in New Westminster, were sitting idle after their principal shipping partner, CP Ships, relocated to the Port of Vancouver, already nearing capacity.[6] Some critics opposed the possible merger as they felt the new authority would not recognize the unique concerns of the Fraser River.[7] To increase the efficiency of the ports of Metro Vancouver, the federal Minister of Transport permitted the three authorities to study the benefits of amalgamating in June 2006. The resulting report highlighted several benefits of amalgamation, and on June 16, Transport Canada granted a "certificate of intent to amalgamate port authorities". On December 21, 2007, the government of Canada published a certificate of amalgamation that allowed the three port authorities to merge into one effective January 1, 2008.[8] The resulting entity became known as Port Metro Vancouver. Since 2013, the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority also merged with Canada Place Corporation, which formerly operated Canada Place as a subsidiary of Port of Vancouver.[9] On April 6, 2016, the port authority dropped "Port Metro Vancouver" from its branding and re-adopted "Port of Vancouver" to refer to Vancouver's port, while using "Vancouver Fraser Port Authority" when referencing activities or decisions of the port authority.[4] The Port of Vancouver


Major initiatives[edit] Container Capacity Improvement Program The Container Capacity Improvement Program (CCIP) is the port's long-term strategy to meet anticipated growth in container traffic, which is expected to triple by the year 2030. The program consists of projects that both improve the efficiency of existing infrastructure and explore opportunities to build new infrastructure as demand rises. CCIP projects include the Deltaport Terminal Road and Rail Improvement Project (DTRRIP) and the proposed Roberts Bank Terminal 2 project.[10] DTTRIP will result in infrastructure upgrades that would increase Deltaport's container capacity by 600,000 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units), within the terminal's existing footprint. The Roberts Bank Terminal 2 project is a proposed marine container terminal that could provide an additional capacity of 2.4 million TEUs per year to meet forecasted demand until 2030.[11] North Shore Trade Area projects include: Western Level Lower Level Route Extension Pemberton Avenue Grade Separation Low Level Road Realignment[12] Neptune/Cargill Grade Separation Brooksbank Avenue Underpass[13] Lynn Creek Rail Bridge Addition [13] South Shore Trade Area projects include: Powell Street Grade Separation Stewart Street/Victoria Overpass Location of Vancouver within Metro Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada


Business sectors[edit] Port of Vancouver offers 28 deep-sea and domestic marine terminals that service five business sectors: automobiles, break-bulk, bulk, containers, and cruise. Terminals and facilities[edit] Automobile terminals[edit] Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Fraser Wharves (ceased operations at end of 2013) Break-bulk terminals[edit] Fraser Surrey Docks Lynnterm East Gate and West Gate Bulk terminals[edit] Alliance Grain Terminal Canexus Chemicals Cargill Cascadia Fibreco Ioco Kinder Morgan Vancouver Wharves Kinder Morgan Westridge Lantic Inc. Neptune Bulk Terminals Pacific Coast Terminals Pacific Elevators Petro-Canada Richardson International Robert's Bank Coal Terminals Shellburn Stanovan Univar Canada Terminal West Coast Reduction Westshore Terminals Container terminals[edit] Centerm Deltaport Fraser Surrey Docks Vanterm Cruise terminals[edit] Ballantyne Pier (ceased cruise operations at end of 2014 [14]) Canada Place


Gallery[edit] Korean statue at Port Vancouver Korean statue at Port Vancouver


See also[edit] History of Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh longshoremen, 1863-1963


References[edit] ^ a b c d e [1] ^ a b 2008 PMV Economic Impact Study ^ Port Metro Vancouver. Port Metro Vancouver (2013-09-16). Retrieved on 2014-04-12. ^ a b "Port authority makes name change to provide clarity ", Port of Vancouver ^ [2] American Association of Port Authorities - World Port Rankings (2014) ^ [3] Container docks in Surrey idle after $190m expansion - The Vancouver Sun ^ [4] Port authorities set to amalgamate - Delta Optimist ^ [5] About Us - Port Metro Vancouver ^ Canada Place Corporation ^ http://www.vancouversun.com/Port+poised+begin+expansion+talks+earnest/5001127/story.html. Retrieved November 28, 2012.  Missing or empty |title= (help)[dead link] ^ http://www.delta-optimist.com/Deadline+feedback+drawing+near/7599707/story.html ^ Port Metro Vancouver. Port Metro Vancouver. Retrieved on 2014-04-12. ^ a b Port Metro Vancouver. Port Metro Vancouver (2011-03-29). Retrieved on 2014-04-12. ^ http://www.seatrade-cruise.com/news/news-headlines/vancouver-eyes-strong-season-the-last-for-ballantyne-as-cruise-moves-to-canada-place.html


External links[edit] International Shipping in British Columbia Chamber of Shipping (BC): BC Ports handbook (pdf, 258 p.) v t e Canadian ports Transport Canada Major ports Halifax Montreal Vancouver Saint John Prince Rupert Prominent ports Churchill Hamilton Quebec City Thunder Bay Other ports Toronto Victoria Saguenay Sept-Îles Trois-Rivières Minister of Transport Canada Marine Act National Harbours Board Ports Canada Police Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Vancouver_Fraser_Port_Authority&oldid=814159703" Categories: Transport in Greater VancouverPorts and harbours of British ColumbiaEconomy of VancouverPort authorities in CanadaHidden categories: Pages with citations lacking titlesPages with citations having bare URLsAll articles with dead external linksArticles with dead external links from June 2016All pages needing factual verificationWikipedia articles needing factual verification from February 2012British Columbia articles missing geocoordinate dataAll articles needing coordinates


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