As a hub for the handling of solid bulk cargo, the Port of Montreal is a vital gateway for raw materials such as iron ore and various minerals, road salt, gypsum, gravel, raw sugar and many other types of products. The 12 berths dedicated to solid bulk in Montreal and Contrecoeur, plus direct access to the CN and CP rail networks, give the Port a competitive edge in shipping goods.

9,2 million tonnes of dry bulk in 2019

Evolution in traffic over 10 years

graphique progression vrac solide

Operator: Logistec

Infrastructure

Montreal - Logistec Stevedoring Inc.

BerthsOpen area (m2)Shed Area (m2)Length (metres)Depth alongside (metres)

Berth 39

8,723

5,222

183

9.4

Berth 40

9,232

5,222

186

9.4 – 10.7

Berth 41

7,529

5,466

200

10.7

Berth 42

10,218

5,225

187

10.7

Berth 43

31,082

 

266

10.2

Berth 46

4,681

4,921

144

10.2

Berth 46 E

   

162

10.7

Berth 98

Incl.

 

146.6

10.7

Berth 99

Incl.

 

146.5

9.1 – 10.7

Berth 100

Incl.

 

146.5

9.1

Contrecœur - Logistec Stevedoring Inc.

BerthsOpen area (m2)Shed Area (m2)Length (metres)Depth alongside (metres)

Berth 1

Incl.

3,750

229

10.8

Berth 2

Incl.

 

175

6.1

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