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Community of Choice... for Business

Deep Sea Ports

A choice of three strategic sea ports

Oshawa Harbour Commission

Oshawa Harbour Commission, located 10 km from central Whitby, is a commercial shipping centre accommodating large sea vessels and the handling of bulk goods.

The harbour has convenient access to the Great Lakes through the Welland Canal, and to the Atlantic Ocean through the St. Lawrence Seaway. Features of the Oshawa Harbour Commission include:

  • Full seaway depth
  • Three berths
  • Paved ramp with a fenced, lit compound
  • Ice-free port
  • Industrial land for harbour-related industries
  • Transit shed
  • Bulk and open storage facilities
  • Direct access to a six-lane freeway
  • Customs point-of-entry serviced by major trucking firms and railway facilities
  • A crane capable of lifting 326 metric tonnes

Deep Sea Port in Durham Region

Oshawa Harbour Commission
1050 Farewell Street South
Oshawa, ON L1H 6N6

Port of Toronto

Port of Toronto is strategically located just minutes from Toronto's downtown and connected to major rail and road transportation. Features of the Port of Toronto include:

  • Close to the Welland Canal, leading to Lake Erie
  • Seven marine berths
  • 27 ft. seaway depth
  • Container distribution centre, yard
  • Maintenance centre and a wide range of handling equipment

Port of Toronto
Marine Terminal
8 Unwin Avenue
Toronto, ON M5A 1A1

St Marys Cement Company Ltd. Dock

St Marys Cement Company Ltd. Dock, is located in nearby Bowmanville. Features of the St Marys Cement Company Ltd. Dock include:

  • Draft depth of 29 ft, suitable for seaway shipping vessels
  • Current dock users include cement, salt and automotive companies

St Marys Cement Company Ltd. Dock
400 Waverley Road South
Bowmanville, ON L1C 3K3