TODAY IS OUR 50th BIRTHDAY!

Thank you to all of our customers and employees for your dedication and support as we all celebrate this special day. While we commemorate our 50th Anniversary, we’re building on our solid foundation of reliability and efficiency to forge an even stronger future and partnership with our customers, employees, and community. Jeff Scott President and CEO

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Remembrance Day Gate Closure at Fraser Surrey Docks

Please note that Fraser Surrey Docks will not have any gate operations on Monday November 12th in lieu of Remembrance Day. This day is a recognized holiday under the ILWU agreement. Regular gate operations will recommence on Tuesday November 13th at 8:00 am. If you wish to have a gate operation on Monday November 12th, there will be additional costs associated with this. Please contact the Gate Supervisor at fsdres@fsd.bc.ca or at 604-495-1191...

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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)...

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Fraser River dive and barge operations

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) Map 1 Map...

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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…

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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…

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