Photos: Port of Prince Rupert completes Fairview Terminal expansion

By BCShippingNews
August 29 2017
The Port of Prince Rupert can now accommodate the largest container vessels in the world, following DP World’s expansion of its Fairview Container Terminal that increases the Port’s container-handling capacity to 1.35 million TEUs annually. The conclusion of the two-year “Phase 2 North” expansion project was celebrated on August 29, 2017, by shippers, supply chain partners, local labour and First Nations and community leaders with a ribbon cutting and community open house attended by thousands. To read the full story: http://bit.ly/2eIwEV0 -- Please note: additional photos and information will be posted in the coming days!
1. The Malacca-max cranes at Fairview Terminal can now accept the largest container vessels sailing the world.
1. The Malacca-max cranes at Fairview Terminal...
2. Matt Hoag (DP World, Americas Region Operations and Commercial Director) presided as Master of Ceremonies.
2. Matt Hoag (DP World, Americas Region Operati...
3. Hereditary chiefs and elected officials from the Gitxaala Nation, the Lak Kw'alaams Nation and Metlakatla Nation provided congratulatory comments and blessings.
3. Hereditary chiefs and elected officials from...
4. Don Krusel (President and CEO, Prince Rupert Port Authority) is congratulated for making his vision a reality.
4. Don Krusel (President and CEO, Prince Rupert...
5. ILWU Local 505's president Glen Edwards.
5. ILWU Local 505's president Glen Edwards.
6. CN Rail President and CEO Luc Jobin.
6. CN Rail President and CEO Luc Jobin.
7. Prince Rupert Port Authority President and CEO Don Krusel.
7. Prince Rupert Port Authority President and C...
8. DP World Group Chairman and CEO Sultan Ahmed Bin Sulayem.
8. DP World Group Chairman and CEO Sultan Ahmed...
9. The ribbon cutting line...
9. The ribbon cutting line...
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12. on both sides, representing the many people involved in making the Prince Rupert Fairview Terminal a success.
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