June 30, 2021 Dredging is starting in the Oshawa Harbour. While this is ongoing, some access restrictions to the pier will be required. Barriers will be installed periodically during dredging when the contractor/heavy equipment is working in close proximity to the pier. The barrier will be located approximately halfway down the length of the pier,…Read More→
June 28, 2021 It is our pleasure to introduce you to two recent graduates of the Mohawk College Supply Chain Management Graduate Program, and this year’s HOPA Ports scholarship winners, Amit Vasudeo Fulsagar and Christilyn Laguidao Mercader. The fall winner, Christilyn, and winter winner, Amit, were pleased to accept $2,500 each as an acknowledgement for…Read More→
A new way to move goods in and out of Canada’s busiest market HAMILTON, ON – Today almost 300 containers are being loaded onto the M/V Sedna Desgagnés at the Port of Hamilton, as part of a new short sea shipping service launched by Hamilton Container Terminal (HCT) in very close collaboration with Desgagnés. Bound…Read More→
HAMILTON, ON — Hamilton Container Terminal (HCT), in partnership with the Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority (HOPA Ports) and Desgagnés, is taking the first step in developing a container feeder service between Hamilton and Montreal. Docking at Hamilton’s Pier 14, the M/V Sedna Desgagnés is due to make the new service’s first voyage June 10. This shipment is…Read More→
Oshawa, ON (May 18, 2021) – We recently met up with the newest business to set up shop at the Port of Oshawa: meet Cosmin of Aromath Beekeeping. At the top of the berm on the east wharf, Cosmin has planted 8 hive boxes, and he plans to add more. He is pleased with the…Read More→
Join the Hamilton-Oshawa Port Authority on April 29th at 5:00pm to hear an update on the Port of Oshawa Land Use Plan. Pre-register for the online open house using the link below. To learn more about the Port of Oshawa Land Use Plan click HERE.
Ian Hamilton, President and CEO of HOPA Ports, discusses HOPA’s success since amalgamation as well as the new Thorold Multimodal Hub in this guest editorial, found in the most recent edition of the Great Lakes Seaway Review. The entire Great Lakes Seaway Review January-March, 2021 edition can be found HERE.
March 24, 2021 Oshawa, ON – Domestic cement carrier, NACC Quebec, was the first ship to arrive at the Port of Oshawa, officially kicking off the 2021 marine shipping season. Sailing all the way from the Gaspé Peninsula in Quebec, the NovaAlgoma “Laker” pulled into dock 3, along the eastern slip, with a load cement…Read More→
March 24, 2021 HAMILTON, ON – Canada Steamship Lines’ bulk carrier, Baie St. Paul, officially became the first vessel to arrive at Hamilton port, kicking off the 2021 marine shipping season. Coming all the way from Dartmouth N.S., this self-unloading ‘Laker’ docked along pier 26 with a load of gypsum for stevedore QSL to unload….Read More→
Great Lakes Shipping to Resume Next Week March 19, 2021 HAMILTON, ON – During the winter months, shipping activity across the Great Lakes/St Lawrence Seaway takes a pause and the cargo vessels (known as “Lakers”) that normally transit these waterways are laid up, while they wait for the Seaway to reopen. In between seasons, ships…Read More→