Metro Ports Canada to operate Prince Rupert’s Westview Terminal

  • Metro Ports take control of Pinnacle Renewable Energy’s wood pellet receiving, storage and loading facility

Metro Ports Canada, wholly-owned by Nautilus International Holding Corporation, has reached an agreement with British Colombia’s Pinnacle Renewable Energy Inc. to operate its Port of Prince Rupert’s Westview Terminal.

“Metro Ports Canada is most pleased to bring its services to the west coast of Canada,” said president & CEO of Nautilus International Holding Corp., James Callahan.

“It is a satisfying achievement to have the Nautilus companies continuing their international expansion.”

The Westview Terminal, a wood pellet railcar receiving, storage and vessel loading facility, is capable of accommodating Panamax class vessels up to 75,000 deadweight tonnes, and includes a private rail siding, high-speed railcar unloading system and high-capacity shiploader.

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