The versatility of the Stewart World Port will rival existing shipping ports in Canada
The Stewart World Port Project has been proposed to provide a safer and more accessible alternative to existing ports of British Columbia. The Stewart World Port will be able to serve multiple purposes, including break bulk cargo, barge access, and loading of the area’s rich mineral resources. The versatility of the Stewart Port will rival existing shipping ports in Canada.
The proposed port will be in Stewart BC Canada, the northernmost ice free port option. Unlike other Canadian sea ports, the Stewart World Port will provide access to British Columbia and Albert via the Portland Canal. The canal will offer safe anchorage and low wind to inbound and outbound traffic.
The Stewart World Port will offer superior access for Asian markets than the existing sea ports of Canada and the other ports of British Columbia because the Portland Canal is more accessible and less congested than the existing ports of sea ports of Canada.
The Stewart World Port Project is underway and on track to complete its feasibility study in August 31, 2012. With preliminary and biophysical surveys and geotechnical works complete, detailed engineering is in progress, and companies have been retained for engineering, environmental, construction works.
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