Fraser Surrey Docks LP, is the largest modern, multi-purpose marine terminal on the West Coast of North America. We have been serving the needs of our Container, Breakbulk, Project Cargo, Forest Products and Bulk customers in the Port Metro Vancouver and around the world since 1962. Our facility is located in the greater Vancouver area of Surrey, British Columbia along the banks of the mighty Fraser River.
Learn more about the Direct Transfer Coal Facility Project by going to our community outreach section.
May 13th, 2013
Updated Terminal Services and Stevedoring Tariff
April 14th, 2013
The current Collective Agreement between the B.C.M.E.A./ WFEA and I.L.W.U. contains increases to the wages and benefits package effective April 1,2013 .
We wish to advise that effective April 1,2013, our terminal services and stevedoring tariff has been adjusted to reflect these adjustments. This document is now available for printing. Please check our “tariff “ tab.
We recommend that all our customers have a careful review of our tariff which contains general terms and conditions and limits of liability which all users of Fraser Surrey Docks should be aware of.
Thank you for your continued support.
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Notice of Port Metro Vancouver 2013 Berthage Fee Adjustment
February 20th, 2013
Please note that the Port Metro Vancouver has updated the 2013 berthage fees as described in this fee adjustment notice document.
Notice of Port Metro Vancouver Fee Adjustments
November 26, 2012
Please be advised that there are adjustments to the wharfage and berthage rates as set by the Port Metro Vancouver effective January 1, 2013 as per attached notice.Thank you for your continued support.
Fraser River dive and barge operations
October 30, 2012
Dive and barge operations will be taking place over the south half of George Massey Tunnel Wednesday October 31, 2012 between 10:00 to 1600. Several vessels and one barge will be on-site. All vessels will stand by VHF 74. On-site contact vessel is dive tender “WorleyParsons Dive Operations”. Mariners are requested to stay 80m north of channel centreline.
For more information, contact Tony Bleasdale at (604-862-3999)
Fraser Surrey Docks: Direct Transfer Coal Facility
September 14, 2012
Fraser Surrey Docks (FSD) has applied to Port Metro Vancouver for a project permit to build coal handling facilities within the existing terminal operations. The facilities would allow for the direct transfer of coal from trains to barges via a conveyor system, meaning no permanent stockpiling of coal at the terminal would be required. Learn more…