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First Port Call to Stewart World Port

February 12, 2016 marks the inaugural port call at Stewart World Port’s new breakbulk terminal. AAL Newcastle was the first to land at SWP. SWP President & CEO, Ted Pickell commented that “The seamless berthing and cargo discharge was a success in every regard and a milestone for our new facility. We couldn’t be more pleased.” With strong relationships being forged between SWP, industry leaders, local community members, and First Nations, Ted and his team anticipate a successful future.

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2 Weeks Until Breakbulk Americas

Brad Pettit and Breanne Pappin are Texas bound – Stop by their booth to see the recently completed wharf and talk shipping solutions!

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Grand Opening Ceremony – A Day to Remember

Wednesday September 16, 2015 marked Stewart World Port’s official Grand Opening. The event brought people out from all different backgrounds to celebrate this tremendous achievement. The overarching feelings of the day were ones of happiness and optimism.

courtesy of the BC Provincial Government

courtesy of the BC Provincial Government

For more on the event see the links below:

http://www.vancouversun.com/business/stewart+port+terminal+owner+takes+million+gamble+that+business/11372104/story.html?__lsa=f69f-ef31

http://www.terracestandard.com/news/328027201.html

https://news.gov.bc.ca/stories/stewart-bc-opens-to-the-world

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ycR1UDK_SbY – courtesy of the BC Provincial Government

 

Press Release – Sept 16, 2015

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First Commercial Wharf on BC Coast in 30 Years

Stewart, British Columbia – September 16, 2015 – Today marks the Grand Opening of Stewart World Port, the first commercial wharf built on the coast of British Columbia in over thirty years.

“We are expecting over 300 people at the event,” said Ted Pickell, President, CEO, and owner. “We are very proud of our accomplishment and will be active in the community for decades to come.  We have also just been awarded our first multi-ship inbound cargo contract.”

Stewart World Port is the only commercial break bulk wharf on the BC coast north of Squamish.  Located at the end of the Portland Canal, the multipurpose facility is strategically located in one of the most mineral rich areas of North America, within the aptly named Golden Triangle.

The deep sea wharf is capable of berthing handymax and panamax vessels. Customers include mining, forestry, oil and gas, and project cargoes. Outbound cargoes include bulk mineral concentrates, wood chips and pellets, LNG, and coal. Inbound cargoes include mine resupply, pipe, modules, project supply and equipment, and cement powder. Combined the port has 100 acres of laydown.

Distinguished guests at the opening are many and include The Honourable Judith Guichon, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia and Parliamentary Secretary Greg Kyllo.  “The opening of the Stewart World Port is an important step in preparing for the unprecedented opportunities ahead for northern communities through natural gas development,” said Greg Kyllo, Parliamentary Secretary for the BC Jobs Plan. “The movement of goods at the Stewart World Port will drive future growth that will benefit the District of Stewart and support British Columbia’s diverse, strong and growing economy.”

The first two phases of construction, representing a $70 million investment, were successfully completed by Arctic Const. Ltd.  Phase III construction, an additional $60 million, is designed by CWA Engineers and includes concentrate sheds, conveying systems, and a bulk shiploader with a load rate of 3,300 tonnes per hour.

As Canada’s most northerly ice free port, Stewart has paved access to British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and the Yukon. Stewart World Port provides companies with a viable shipping alternative, up to a day and a half advantage to Asian markets over southern ports, favourable climate, low winds, and excellent anchorage.

 

Wharf Construction Complete

 Stewart World Port is very proud to announce the completion of it’s wharf construction and is ready to handle a wide range of cargo including breakbulk. We are looking forward to being apart of your unique shipping solution!

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Wharf Construction Nears Completion: Pile Driving Complete

 Stewart World Port drove the last pile of the deep sea wharf on May 14, 2015. The dock is on schedule for June 2015 completion.
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Another Significant Milestone Met: SWP Completes Trestle Construction

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Trestle & Wharf Construction in Progress

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