Green Marine is a voluntary environmental program for the Canadian and American marine industry
Green Marine welcomes Squamish Terminals
Squamish Terminals becomes the fifth new member from the West Coast to join the Environmental Program since the beginning of 2013! Established in 1972, 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 truck), 2 berths, 3 warehouses, specialized handling equipment and an experienced team, Squamish Terminals efficiently handles cargo bound for North America and around the world. See the press release
Port of Seattle first US West Coast port to join Green Marine Environmental Program
Port of Seattle, a leader among U.S. ports for environmental stewardship and energy efficiency, has signed-on as a participant in Green Marine. Being the 8th largest U.S. port in 2012 in terms of TEUs while implementing proactive measures to reduce its environmental footprint, Port of Seattle plays a key role in showing how sustainable port operations are within reach. The port has established a reputation as the Green Gateway—offering the lowest carbon footprint for cargo shipped by sea and then rail from Asia to the Midwest.
A new West Coast terminal joins Green Marine
Fraser Surrey Docks LP is the largest modern, multi-purpose marine terminal on the West Coast of North America. Committed to providing efficient, reliable cargo handling services to ocean carriers, Fraser Surrey Docks has been serving the needs of their container, break bulk, project cargo, forest products and bulk customers in Port Metro Vancouver and around the world since 1962. Their facility is located in the greater Vancouver area of Surrey along the banks of the mighty Fraser River. See the press release