Established in 1972, Squamish Terminals is a deep-water break-bulk terminal situated in Squamish, BC on a 60 acre site at the north end of Howe Sound, only 32 nautical miles north of Port of Vancouver (48 kilometers or 30 miles by truck via Highway 99).
With an experienced team, 2 berths, 3 warehouses, specialized handling equipment, and an intermodal transportation infrastructure, Squamish Terminals efficiently imports and exports break-bulk cargos worldwide, loading to and from ocean vessels, barge, rail and truck.
Squamish Terminals is known as one of the largest pulp break-bulk export terminals in North America, along with a diverse cargo mix of forestry, steel (pipes, piling, beam/channel, plate, coil, rebar, rail) and project cargos.
2 berths which handle Handymax size vessels with the following specifications:
Break-bulk products including pulp, lumber, steel (beam/channel, coil, rail, rebar, pipe, plate, piling) and project cargos.
SAAM SMIT Towage is a premier harbour towage operator and has a dedicated tug mooring facility stationed at Squamish Terminals.