Hamilton Container Terminal

About Hamilton Container Terminal (HCT) is a new empty depot alternative that operates on logistics and value offered service. HCT is located on a high-capacity truck route with direct connection to the Toronto/Niagara QEW and connectivity to rail and marine transportation services. HCT’s convenient location proves attractive for regional and international companies, looking to reduce…Read More→

Hamilton Port welcomes TFI International

Hamilton, ON – Hamilton Port Authority is pleased to welcome TFI International as its newest port partner. A leader in the North American transportation industry, TFI recently acquired long-time port tenant Toronto Tank Lines (TTL). Founded in 1993, TTL specializes in the transportation and storage of food grade liquids, industrial chemicals, specialty oils and waxes….Read More→

Niagara-Hamilton region poised for economic success, says new report

Recommendations include designating the Region as a National Trade Corridor February 22, 2019 The House of Commons Standing Committee on Transport, Infrastructure and Communities (TRAN Committee) released a report this week entitled, “Establishing a Canadian Transportation and Logistics Strategy”. The Niagara-Hamilton region features prominently in the report, as an area ripe for accelerated economic development. Vance…Read More→

Westport Modernization Project Gets Underway

The Port of Hamilton has received $17.7 million in federal government funding to modernize port infrastructure. Transport Minister Marc Garneau visited Hamilton to announce the investment in the Port of Hamilton from the National Trade Corridor Fund (NTCF), which will be matched by HPA, in support of the Port’s $35.5 million Westport Modernization Project. The…Read More→

Ontario’s Opportunity: New Industry Done Right

Port of hamilton

More than 2,100 people go to work every day at Ontario’s largest marine port, which spans 630 acres along Hamilton’s working waterfront. The people working here are part of a maritime trading industry that is older than the province itself, and yet which holds untapped economic opportunity. This is not like any other industrial district;…Read More→

Mid-Season Tonnage Trends

Cargo tonnage as of the end of August shows the Port on-par with the same period in 2016. Commodities like salt, grain and fertilizer are all showing strong results at the mid-point in the 2017 shipping season. While it is a major export hub for Ontario-grown grain, the Port of Hamilton is also one of…Read More→

New G3 Canada Ltd. Terminal Opens its Doors

The new G3 Canada terminal, located on Eastport Drive at the Port of Hamilton is open for business. This $50 million investment in Hamilton’s agri-food sector is a major addition to the Port’s role as an export gateway for Ontario-grown grain. The new terminal features: ·       50,000 MT storage and handling facility ·       Rapid truck…Read More→