DP World Prince Rupert In.
Former Fairview Terminals was converted from a bulk/breakbulk and general cargo facility to a state of the art container handling facility in 2007. The terminal is specifically designed as a high volume Intermodal container transfer facility, containers are rapidly moved between vessel and rail further enhancing Prince Rupert’s total transit time advantage. While ample capacity remains at the current Prince Rupert Container Terminal, plans are already underway for a Phase 2 expansion that will increase current capacity to over one milion TEU’s/per year.
Fairview Container Terminal Specs
Location – Situated south of Prince Rupert inside the entrance to the inner harbour.
Operator – DP World Prince Rupert Inc.
Principal Cargoes – Containers – up to 750,000 TEU’s
Total Area – 24 hectares (59.4 Acres)
Dock – 645 meters
– Depth alongside of 18.70 meters
Container yard: Handle 9,000 TEU’s, 72 Reefer plugs
Intermodal Yard: 6,100 meters (of trackage); 400 TEU’s
Rail service: 7 working tracks, 6 storage tracks 5,182 meters train capacity
Serviced directly by CN intercontinental railway
Equipment: – 3 x 1,800 super post panamax cranes; 22 container wide reach
– multipull 17 reachstackers
– multipull multi-trailer systems (triples) and single chasses, extensive mobile equipment
– 72 reefer plugs at 480V/60 AMP
– 4 radiation portals