Squamish Terminals is a deep-water, break-bulk terminal located at the north end of Howe Sound – just 32 nautical miles north of the Port of Vancouver.

With an intermodal transportation infrastructure (including access to rail, ocean and highway), 2 berths, 3 warehouses, specialized handling equipment and an experienced team, Squamish Terminals efficiently handles cargo bound for North America and around the world.

At Squamish Terminals we value and support our people, our environment and our community.


Economic Impact Study

Squamish Terminals recently had InterVISTAS complete an Economic Impact Study.  In this case, economic impact refers to the economic contribution associated with the ongoing activities of Squamish Terminals.  The three major components of economic impact are classified as direct, indirect and induced impacts (as explained in the Executive Summary below).  Together, they provide a snapshot of how the business of the terminal can impact the economy on a local, provincial, national, or international scale.

Squamish Terminals – Economic Impact Study – Executive Summary (760KB PDF)

Squamish Terminals – Economic Impact Study – Infographics (4MB PDF)


7th Annual Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup

GCSC_Poster_2017Join us on Thursday, September 7th for our 7th annual Shoreline Cleanup.
Meeting Location: O’Siyam Pavilion @ Junction Park – Downtown Squamish (corner of Cleveland Ave. & Main St.)
Time: 4pm – 6pm (followed by a volunteer appreciation BBQ).
Cleanup Details: Cleanup area includes the Squamish Spit, Squamish Estuary and Squamish Oceanfront Lands up to and including Cattermole Slough, Nexen Beach and the Mamquam Blind Channel.
Additional Info: Cleanup supplies including gloves, bags & buckets will be provided for participants. Cleanup will be followed by a volunteer appreciation BBQ at the O’Siyam Pavilion. In an effort to minimize the waste created by our event, please bring your own reusable mug & plate for the bbq.
Please register at http://shorelinecleanup.ca/cleanups/4rp21
Note: Registering is important to help us coordinate volunteer cleanup areas, supplies & BBQ.
For more information contact Erin Yeo
Phone: 604-892-3511 ext. 301
Email: shoreline@sqterminals.com


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