At Fraser Surrey Docks we deliver outstanding service for all types of cargo. Our streamlined systems can move a wide range of products with maximum efficiency. Continuous training in cargo handling and commodity care ensures complete customer satisfaction at every stage of the process.
Each year, large volumes of steel plate, coil, pipe and wire rod move efficiently through Fraser Surrey Docks. Like all commodities that pass through the terminal, our steel customers benefit from our central location, storage capacity and computerized inventory system. Continuous training in cargo handling and commodity care ensure complete customer satisfaction at every stage of the process.
Because of our location, Fraser Surrey Docks is a first class choice for the efficient export of B.C. lumber to customers in the Pacific Rim and other global markets. Berths can accommodate modern forest product carriers and the terminal features a dedicated berth with a hydraulically operated ramp for barge traffic. Barges can also be handled by ‘pass off’ at berth 2. For trucks using the terminal, our high capacity gate provides quick, cost-efficient turnaround.
Containers are a significant aspect of our business. To handle them effectively, the facility is fully equipped with modern top rack and side lifting equipment. As for location, Fraser Surrey Docks is central for accessibility, but free of downtown congestion so container traffic can move quickly to and from the terminal.
Fraser Surrey Docks / Pacific Rim Stevedoring and Tidal Transport & Trading have formed an alliance to provide customers with the best possible service. TT&T management are familiar faces to the log loading business in British Columbia – Ron Brinkhurst and Miles Hollingbury each bring more than 15 years experience in vessel loading to ensure your shipment is handled efficiently.
As of December 2010, Fraser Surrey Docks now has the capacity to provide efficient agri-bulk handling services. The construction of the agri-bulk handling facility at Fraser Surrey Docks was done to satisfy the growing demand for the transportation of agri-bulk commodities in the Vancouver Gateway.