Thursday, March 31, 2016

Port Interpretive Centre to host Container Expansion project presentation next week

The expansion of Fairview Terminal
will be the topic of the next
Trades Talk session at the Port
The shape of Prince Rupert's waterfront is about to change once again as the 200 million dollar expansion of Fairview Terminal continues on towards its 2017 completion date.

As part of their Trade Talks program, the Prince Rupert Port Authority is hosting a public information session for those looking to learn more about the project which will increase the capacity of the container terminal and provide for more employment opportunities on the North Coast.

The event takes place Wednesday, April 6th from 11:45 to 1 PM at the Port Interpretive Centre in Cow Bay, with Terry Stewart, the project director for the FRPD-BEL Gateway Joint Venture providing the update on the progress of the expansion at Fairview.

Lunch will be provided for those that plan to attend.

Seating is limited, so reservations are required, you can secure your spot at next week's information Centre by calling 250-627-2532.

The Trade Talks program provides an overview of port related projects and operations for North Coast residents, making for a valuable opportunity to keep ahead of developments and for local businesses it offers the chance to learn how they could fit into the supply chain related to current and upcoming industrial projects.

You can learn more about items related to the Prince Rupert Port Authority from our archive page here.

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