Port of Saint John:
Providing Complete Breakbulk Service Management
The Port of Saint John, the largest seaport in the Province of New Brunswick, Canada handles an average of 27 million metric tonnes of cargo annually. Centrally located in Atlantic Canada and only 100 Kilometers (60 miles) from the United States border, the Port of Saint John is one of Canada's key ports recognized for its strategic importance to the nation's trade and economy, being the closest Atlantic Canadian port to North American consumer markets and industrial centres.
Port terminals are located in close proximity to major highway systems, and are equipped with on-dock rail access with service from competitive lines. The Port is well diversified with modern terminal infrastructure and equipment to handle all cargo types: containers, dry bulk, liquid bulk, and breakbulk.
Saint John is the largest breakbulk handling port in the region, with a dedicated terminal, ample open areas, and warehouse space. The port has developed business partnerships with local stevedores, terminal operators, equipment suppliers, and service providers to ensure a complete breakbulk / project cargo program can be customized according to your business requirements.
With the capacity for growth and expansion, the port is a facilitator of trade and a part of Canada's transportation infrastructure, providing a marine gateway to global markets.