The Port of Churchill handles various cargos and provides custom handling services including; consolidation, marshaling, packaging, and heavy equipment moving.
Historically, the Port of Churchill has been a grain port due to its strategic location to the Canadian grain belt and proximity to tidal water. The Port has over five decades of grain handling experience and is an expert handling dry bulk cargos.
The Port of Churchill is used as a staging location for general cargo that moves through the Northern Corridor up to Nunavut via the sealift program. General cargo transported through the Port include:
- Dry & Perishable Goods
- Building Supplies
- Barelled Fuel
The Port hanldes all sizes and types of cargo including breakbulk cargo. Breakbulk cargo includes, building supplies, machinery, oversized equipment (mega loads).
The Port of Churchill and Churchill Marine Tank Farm manages the handling and distribution of bulk products such as:
- Heating Oil
- Aviation Fuel
Port of Churchill staff have been trained to handle hazardous goods. Appropriate care and caution will be taken with all goods and cargo.
The Port handles 20 and 40 foot containers, abundant space is available for storage.