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Fraser Surrey Docks Aerial ViewFraser 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.

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Round 2 Public Consultation, July 17 – August 21, 2015
Application to Amend Permit No. 2012 – 072 Direct Transfer Coal Facility

Fraser Surrey Docks LP (FSD) has applied to amend its existing permit from Port Metro Vancouver that gives it approval to build and operate a Direct Transfer Coal Facility within its existing lease area. FSD’s decision to proceed with the amendment application followed a public comment period (May 4 to 19, 2015) and a technical review of the results of updated studies. For more information please visit www.fsd.bc.ca/amendment.

Public Comment Period, May 4 – May 19, 2015 (Completed)
Consideration to amend Permit No. 2012 – 072 Direct Transfer Coal Facility

discussion guide and an online feedback form were made available for public comment from May 4 – 19,  2015. The public was provided with the opportunity to review the changes to the existing permit and asked to provide feedback on the proposed scope of the studies for the amendment under consideration by Fraser Surrey Docks LP (FSD).

FSD considered community and stakeholder input received during the public comment period, along with information provided by technical experts, as part of its consideration to apply for an amendment to the existing permit. Community and stakeholder feedback has been summarized and posted online at www.fsd.bc.ca/amendment.

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North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week

May, 2015

The goal of NAOSH week is to focus employers, employees, partners and the public on the importance of preventing injury and illness in the workplace, at home and in the community. While FSD is focused on safety every day, NAOSH week provides a fun opportunity to highlight various safety initiatives ranging from impacts of distracted driving to sun protection. We were proud to be a part of this event and look forward to participating next year.

The NAOSH Week logo – three hands forming an equilateral triangle – portrays the three participating nations – Canada, the United States and Mexico – and symbolizes joint venture, cooperation and the commitment to the common goals shared by all occupational health and safety partners. The connected hands illustrate assistance and cooperation on many levels – from interpersonal relationships in the workplace to international exchange.

To learn more about NAOSH week, please visit http://www.naosh.org/english/

Fraser Surrey Docks Celebrates the Maiden Voyage of the M/V “African Rook”

April 16, 2015

Fraser Surrey Docks was proud to welcome the M/V “African Rook” to the Vancouver Gateway on March 13th, 2015. To commemorate the maiden voyage of the vessel, Bill Wehnert, VP of Sales and Marketing at Fraser Surrey Docks, presented Captain Ranjan Kumar Mishra with a commemorative plaque onboard the new vessel (as pictured below). Fraser Surrey Docks is very excited to have welcomed this new vessel and we look forward to seeing her return to our terminal again soon.


Updated Terminal Services and Stevedoring Tariff

March 31, 2015

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 1,2015 .
We wish to advise that effective April 1,2015, 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.

FSD Proudly Supports Harvest Project

Earlier this year, Port Metro Vancouver, Fraser Surrey Docks and other port terminals joined forces to host the 15th annual Port Gala fundraiser. The event brings together port tenants, suppliers and partners to help raise awareness and funds for important community organizations. The gala was co-hosted by Port Metro Vancouver, Fraser Surrey Docks, DP World, Global Container Terminals and Western Stevedoring. More than 400 people attended the sold-out event, setting a new record.
As a direct result of the Port Gala fundraiser, a $ 75,000 cheque was presented on December 15th to Harvest Project, a North Vancouver charity dedicated to helping individuals and families challenged by family break-down, illness, job loss and poverty. To learn more about the Harvest Project, please visit their website at http://www.harvestproject.org/.


FSD Proudly Supports Mission Possible

Earlier this year, Port Metro Vancouver, Fraser Surrey Docks and other port terminals joined forces to host the 15th annual Port Gala fundraiser. The event brings together port tenants, suppliers and partners to help raise awareness and funds for important community organizations. The gala was co-hosted by Port Metro Vancouver, Fraser Surrey Docks, DP World, Global Container Terminals and Western Stevedoring. More than 400 people attended the sold-out event, setting a new record.
As a direct result of the Port Gala fundraiser, a $ 75,000 cheque was presented on December 12th to Mission Possible. Mission Possible is a non-profit organization in Vancouver, British Columbia providing opportunities for people challenged by homelessness and poverty. In providing street-level assistance like nutrition, clothing, crisis counseling, referrals and spiritual support, we have learned that real transformation and lasting change always happens from the inside out and the bottom up. To learn more about Mission Possible, please visit their website at http://www.mission-possible.ca/.


Storage Of Breakbulk Cargo at Fraser Surrey Docks

February 3, 2015

Please note that Fraser Surrey Docks has adjusted the free time for breakbulk steel cargo on the terminal effective February 15,2015 per attached notice HERE

Notice of Port Metro Vancouver 2015 Fee Adjustments

November 21, 2014

Please note that Port Metro Vancouver has updated the 2015 wharfage and berthage fees effective January 1st, 2015 as described in the attached document HERE


WORKING WITH COAL: Unions and Companies Launch New Online Campaign on Importance of Coal in B.C. for Jobs and the Economy: HERE

BC Chamber of Commerce supports the Port Metro Vancouver’s decision to grant Project permit. Find more details: HERE

 

 

UPDATE: Port Metro Vancouver grants Fraser Surrey Docks Direct Transfer Coal Project Permit

August 21, 2014

Port Metro Vancouver (PMV) media release: HERE

Fraser Surrey Docks (FSD) media release: HERE

Human Health Risk Assessment (HHRA)

Please find complete HHRA: HERE
Please find summary HHRA: HERE

Air Quality Assessment (AQA)

Please find complete AQA: HERE
Please find summary AQA: HERE

Updated Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s)

For updated FAQ’s please press: HERE

Fraser Surrey Docks Welcomes BC Government Decision on Texada

April 22nd, 2014

Fraser Surrey Docks (FSD) welcomes the decision by the B.C. Ministry of Energy and Mines that will allow for the transhipment of additional coal by Texada Quarrying.

Under a proposal being reviewed by Port Metro Vancouver, Texada Quarrying would receive coal by barge from FSD for loading on to deep sea vessels for export to Asian markets.

“Lafarge is a good partner with a solid track record which has been operating safely and responsibly and in full compliance with environmental regulations for more than 60 years,” said Jeff Scott, President and CEO of Fraser Surrey Docks.
At the request of Port Metro Vancouver, FSD and its independent experts continue their work to better understand any potential human health impacts of the proposed Direct Coal Transfer Facility.

FSD and its partners have already incorporated further dust control enhancements to the project including the elimination of a coal stockpile, a second re-spray facility to re-apply a “topping agent” to loaded rail cars and a commitment to apply similar binding agents to loaded barges.

“We are confident our proposed facility will handle coal with no significant impacts on the community or the environment, and our goal is to reassure the regulator and our neighbours that this project will be undertaken in the safest most responsible way possible,” said Scott.

 

Fraser Surrey Docks Makes A Donation To The Surrey Food Bank

On Friday January 24th, 2014, Fraser Surrey Docks’ personnel presented a cheque to the Surrey Food Bank for $15,000.00. Feezah Jaffer and Tim Baille accepted the cheque on behalf of the Surrey Food Bank. Representing Fraser Surrey Docks management and unionized staff were:

Jeff Scott, President & CEO, Fraser Surrey Docks LP

Shaun Felton, ILWU Local 514

Eugene Gerard, ILWU Local 502

Barb Martin, ILWU Local 517

Melissa Tocheri, Executive Assistant to the President & CEO, Fraser Surrey Docks LP

Lindsay Thorley, Organization Admin. Maintenance, Fraser Surrey Docks LP

This donation for the Holiday Food Drive was made possible through the joint efforts of everyone at Fraser Surrey Docks, including those working in the office, on the dock and on the vessels during the month of December, 2013. These funds will be used to generate in excess of $45,000 worth of goods to be used by low-income individuals and families in need who live in Surrey and North Delta by providing bi-weekly food hampers to supplement their food needs.

Fraser Surrey Docks’ employees have been involved with this initiative for many years during the Holiday Season and are proud to continue to support this worthy cause.

For more information about the Surrey Food Bank, please visit: http://www.surreyfoodbank.org/

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From left to right is as follows: Tim Baille, Lindsay Thorley, Shaun Felton, Feezah Jaffer, Eugene Gerard, Barb Martin, Jeff Scott, Melissa Tocheri

Notice of Port Metro Vancouver 2014 Fee Adjustments

January 1st, 2014

Please note that Port Metro Vancouver has updated the 2014 wharfage and berthage fees effective January 1st, 2014 as described in the attached document here.

Notice of Fraser Surrey Docks Road Access Changes due to South Fraser Perimeter Road (SFPR) Construction

December 19th, 2013

Please note that as part of the new South Fraser Perimeter Road (SFPR) construction, the traffic pattern at Elevator Road and the new SFPR have changed to now function as a right turn in / right turn out only intersection.

Please see the attached map HERE which outlines the Elevator Road/SFPR intersection changes and the West bound turn around point. Please also see the attached map HERE for a map which outlines the East bound turnaround point which is at the Tannery interchange.

These changes in the traffic pattern will directly affect all traffic accessing Fraser Surrey Docks from the SFPR. Please note that these changes are presently in affect.

It is expected that the entire SFPR will be fully opened before the end of 2013.

For further information and all construction updates, please visit www.sfprconstruction.ca for more information

Fraser Surrey Docks Holiday Food Drive

November 20th, 2013

The employees at Fraser Surrey Docks are holding another food drive this Holiday Season from November 20th to December 16th to benefit the Surrey Food Bank.

The Surrey Food Bank is a non-profit organization committed to “helping people help themselves.” Since 1983, the Surrey Food Bank has been assisting low-income individuals and families who live in Surrey and North Delta by providing bi-weekly food hampers to supplement their food needs. Sometimes people will rely on the Surrey Food Bank when faced with an unfortunate setback or crisis in their lives, the Surrey Food Bank helps those in need of a temporary food “bridge” to get them through their crisis. The Surrey Food Bank touches many people’s lives in the Surrey and North Delta areas and is a critical component of our community structure and well-being.

Fraser Surrey Docks employees have been involved with this initiative for many years during the Holiday Season and are proud to continue to support this worthy cause.

For more information about the Surrey Food Bank, please visit: http://www.surreyfoodbank.org/

Update – Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)

November 18th, 2013

We are pleased to advise that the EIA is now complete and is available for review and comment. A 30-day public comment period on the EIA report starts today, November 18th, 2013 and will end on December 17th, 2013. The EIA will be available on Port Metro Vancouver’s website (http://portmetrovancouver.com/en/projects/OngoingProjects/Tenant-Led-Projects/FraserSurreyDocks.aspx) or click here to be transferred to our community outreach page where the EIA and other project details will be available.

Fraser Surrey Docks Direct Transfer Coal Facility: Update

Learn more about the Direct Transfer Coal Facility: Public Open House Discussion Guide: here.

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