Trains deliver sulphur, canola, potash and ethylene glycol for shipment to ports around the world.
Our 43-hectare (108-acre) terminal has the flexibility to load these raw products directly into ships, or to store them temporarily on site. Stored sulphur and potash are automatically sorted by type into windrow piles, while ethylene glycol and canola are held in sealed storage tanks.
PCT can store up to 220,000 tonnes of sulphur on site. Liquid ethylene glycol is stored for shipment in tanks surrounded by containment walls. About 100 ships visit us each year to load sulphur for international destinations.