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Facilities

Port of Belledune Map Terminal 1 Terminal 2 Terminal 3 (M.D. Young Terminal) Terminal 4 (Rayburn Doucett Terminal) Liquid Bulk Storage Compound Modular Fabrication Facilities Freight Station 101 Land

Terminal 1

Terminal 1

Our first terminal, built in 1968, is 155 metres (169.5 yards) long by 15 metres (49.2 ft.) wide with a depth of 10. 4 metres (34.12 ft.) alongside at chart datum. It can accommodate Handysize vessels between 20,000 – 37,000 DWT.

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Terminal 2

Terminal 2

Built in 1991 to serve the new NB Power 450 megawatt generating station, which is situated adjacent to the port, Terminal II has a 307 metre (1007.2 ft.) long wharf, 28 metre (91.9 ft.) wide apron with an average depth alongside of between 14.4 and 14.6 metres (47.2 and 47.9 ft.) at chart datum.

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Terminal 3 (M.D. Young Terminal)

Terminal 3 (M.D. Young Terminal)

The M.D. Young Terminal is the most recent addition to the Port of Belledune. This state of the art facility was built in 1998 specifically to serve the growing needs of shipping companies. The terminal and all of its infrastructure and equipment are in exceptional condition and are in operation year round.

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Terminal 4 (Rayburn Doucett Terminal)

Terminal 4 (Rayburn Doucett Terminal)

This state of the art facility was built in 2011 specifically to serve the growing needs of shipping companies.

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Liquid Bulk Storage Compound

Liquid Bulk Storage Compound

The tank farm at the Port of Belledune is an ideally located-to-dock side, liquid bulk storage facility for companies shipping petroleum products – anything ranging from kerosene to home heating oil and gasoline. The site is modern, well maintained, secure, and closely monitored to ensure the safety of both people and product.

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Modular Fabrication Facilities

Modular Fabrication Facilities

The worldwide demand for competitive locations adjacent to an ice-free, deep water port with heavy lift capacity at a low cost for modular fabrication is increasing. The Port of Belledune is the solution and can assist your company in all sectors of industry.

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Freight Station 101

Freight Station 101

In addition to our year-round indoor storage area transit shed, immediately adjacent to the M. D. Young Terminal (Terminal III), and outdoor storage space; Freight Station 101, located to the west side of the M.D. Young Terminal (Terminal III) and immediately north of Xstrata Zinc’s ore concentrate storage domes, offers an additional 1,740 m² of indoor shed storage space with a total storage volume capacity of approximately 14,450 m³.

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Land

Land

The Belledune Port Authority holds several large parcels of land adjacent to its main terminal facilities. There is more than 650 hectares of land available for immediate development that is accessible by sea, rail and road. The land is ideal for service bays, short and long-term storage and for assembly operations. That would, for example, allow a manufacturer to ship cargo through the port, assemble products on-site then move those products to North American markets by rail, highway and short-sea shipping.

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