Port of Oshawa
The Port of Oshawa is Durham Region’s gateway to the world, handling more than 500 vessels carrying over 3 million metric tons of cargo over the past decade. On average the port handles $23 million worth of cargo annually, from salt and steel products to asphalt and grain. The movement of cargo through the Port of Oshawa supports 294 jobs and generates $6 million in federal and provincial taxes annually.
Oshawa is one of the few cities that can boast an airport, rail lines, a deep -sea port and 400-series highway all within close proximity, offering importers and exporters a competitive edge. The port offers the benefit of full seaway draft, a workforce skilled in handling all types of cargo and access to world markets through the St. Lawrence Seaway.
The Port of Oshawa handles a wide range of commodities including:
- Project Cargo & Break Bulk
- Liquid Bulk
|Cargo Origin||Cargo Group||2020||2021|
|Grand Total (mt)||672,100||532,253|
Industries we serve
Fuels & petrochemicals
10 tonnes of grain storage
2000 sq. meters of warehouse space
Class 1 rail track
480 meters of dock wall
32,000 sq. meters of open outdoor storage
Full Seaway draft