Port Saint John is a cornerstone of the New Brunswick economy and part of Canada’s critical transportation infrastructure.
Moving towards 2020, our strategic direction must anticipate the shifting nature of the economy, changes to those industries that rely on our port, the needs of the community, and our duty of environmental stewardship of the Bay of Fundy.
Port Saint John has a diverse range of facilities including some managed by Port Saint John on behalf of the federal government and others that are privately owned.
Port Saint John facilities consist of:
- DP World Cargo Terminal
- Piers 10, 11, 12
- An office building at 29 King Street West
- Long Wharf Terminal
- Marco Polo Cruise Terminal
- Diamond Jubilee Cruise Terminal
- Lower Cove Terminal
- Barrack Point Potash Terminal
- Scrap metal recycling facility – AIM
- Tank farm – Crosby’s Molasses
- The Port Authority also has jurisdiction over the wharf area of the former sugar refinery site
Private facilities consist of:
- Canaport (SPM) crude oil facility
- Canaport LNG Terminal
- Irving Oil East Saint John Terminals
- Bay Ferries Terminal
- Spruce Lake Barge Facility