Pacific Coast Terminals is the link between ship and shore for Western Canadian resource companies and their global markets.
Trains deliver sulphur, canola, potash and ethylene glycol for shipment to ports around the world.
Our 43-hectare (108-acre) terminal has the flexibility to load these raw products directly into ships, or to store them temporarily on site. Stored sulphur and potash are automatically sorted by type into windrow piles, while ethylene glycol and canola are held in sealed storage tanks.
Pacific Coast Terminals does not currently have any available jobs.