Design, build and operate a new multifunctional, sustainable and innovative terminal,

west side of the Port of Trois-Rivières' existing infrastructures.

    

50%

CAPACITY INCREASE

$130M

TOTAL INVESTMENTS

716m

WHARF FACADES

96,400 m2

TERMINAL SURFACE AREA

Terminal 21 will allow…

To increase the competitiveness of our regional and national industries in world markets

Attract new businesses and sectors of activity

Increase traffic by 1.5 million metric tonnes

with an estimated value of $2.7 billion.

The project includes the construction:

 
  • Of 3 berths
  • Retaining structures
  • Vehicle and rail access roads
  • Storage space

Economic and social impact


During the construction phase…

630

JOBS CREATED

$99M

IN ECONOMIC SPIN-OFFS

During terminal operations…

425

DIRECT AND INDIRECT JOBS

$36M

IN ANNUAL ECONOMIC SPIN-OFFS

Environment


The Port of Trois-Rivières pays particular attention to the potential environmental effects of all its projects by conducting robust and rigorous environmental assessments. The purpose of the assessments is, among other things, to fulfill consultation obligations, to anticipate the environmental effects of projects prior implementation, and to propose concrete and effective measures to reduce the anticipated impacts.

Terminal 21 is currently undergoing an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment in order to obtain authorization from the Canadian Impact Assessment Agency. An update will soon be posted on the Agency’s website.

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If you have any questions, comments or concerns related to the realization of this project,

we invite you to communicate with us in writing at communications@porttr.com.

  

Press releases of the October 9, 2020 announcement