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June 26th, 2017

Pacific Coast Terminals (PCT) has partnered with K+S Potash Canada (KSPC) to help construct and operate their potash handling and storage facility at PCT’s bulk handling facility located in Port Moody near Vancouver, British Columbia. In spring of 2014, PCT and KSPC signed an exclusive, long-term agreement that called for the construction of a new potash […]

Golden Spike Days

June 6th, 2017

The Golden Spike Days Festival is one of the oldest and longest running family events in BC and are proud to have been named to The Tri-City News’ A-List as ‘Favorite Community Event,’ multiple years running. The festival is held at Rocky Point Park around Canada Day, attracting upwards of 40,000 people of all walks […]

Tri-Cities Chamber Of Commerce Economic Summit

May 5th, 2017

http://business.tricitieschamber.com/events/details/economic-summit-2017-6772 Event Description: The Chamber is excited to host its 3rd annual Economic Summit featuring keynote address from Dr. Sherry Cooper, Chief Economist of Dominion Lending Centres. Following Dr. Cooper you’ll hear three success stories from local professionals and and two panels made up of industry experts. ​ AGENDA 7:30 am – Registration & Breakfast Buffet Opens 8:00 […]

Construction Notice

January 9th, 2017

Notice of Construction As you may be aware, Pacific Coast Terminals (PCT) has received a project permit (PP 2014-096) from Vancouver Fraser Port Authority (VFPA) to construct a potash handling facility as part of PCT’s expansion project. Pacific Coast Terminals is committed to providing the community with updates of construction and its potential impacts throughout […]

Update on Feb 2nd Product Release

February 12th, 2016

In December 2015, PCT began leasing new land for the additional rail track needed for the potash terminal expansion. For the past 100 years, this newly leased area has hosted historical industrial activity that left behind legacy items, such as residual petroleum products and other industrial materials. During routine construction activity, project teams discovered an […]

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