Quebec

General information

Name:
Quebec
Country:
Canada
UN/Locode:
CAQUE
Local time:
Vessels in port:
63
Expected Vessels:
17
Berths:
2
Coordinates:
N 46° 48' W 071° 12'

Vessels in port

Name
Type
Arrived
Cargo Ship
25.06. 04:36
Tanker
24.06. 20:44
Cargo Ship
24.06. 00:46
Cargo Ship
23.06. 23:18
Cargo Ship
23.06. 16:55
Passenger Ship
23.06. 12:45
Cargo Ship
23.06. 08:25
Tanker
23.06. 03:24
Cargo Ship
22.06. 21:51
Tanker
22.06. 20:24

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Tanker
26.06. 12:00
Cargo Ship
26.06. 23:05
Cargo Ship
30.06. 05:00
Tanker
30.06. 20:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Cargo Ship
25.06. 07:33
Tanker
24.06. 09:06
Passenger Ship
24.06. 02:07
Cargo Ship
24.06. 00:01
Cargo Ship
23.06. 23:19
Tanker
23.06. 18:57
Cargo Ship
23.06. 02:23
Rescue Vessel
22.06. 16:08
Tanker
22.06. 12:17
Tanker
22.06. 11:36

Latest news

Hutchison Ports inks deal to develop Canadian deepwater container terminal

Mon Jun 03 19:52:06 CEST 2019 arnekiel

Hutchison Ports has been selected by Canada’s Québec Port Authority (QPA) to work alongside Canadian National Railway (CN) to build and operate a new deepwater container terminal known as project Laurentia. The CAD775m ($575m) project will be financed primarily through the joint investment of the three partners. “Québec City will become Hutchison Ports’ gateway to the East coast of North America.

Port of Quebec receives CAN$30 million for a second cruise terminal

Sun Aug 19 12:21:10 CEST 2018 arnekiel

Canada’s Port of Quebec has received a CAN$30 million (US$23 million) investment to build a second cruise terminal, which will be capable of accommodating 4,000 to 5,000 passengers. To be built at Berth 30, the 100,000-square-metre facility will include a terminal building and two passenger gangways. The port will also carry out infrastructure improvements to the cruise berth before the terminal opens in 2020.

Quebec port plans to build new container terminal to boost competitiveness

Mon Dec 18 08:39:28 CET 2017 arnekiel

Quebec Port Authority in eastern Canada says it will build a new container terminal that will be part of the Beauport 2020 expansion project, in a bid to profit from its proximity to 40 per cent of US manufacturing capacity. The expansion will extend the port's wharf line by 610 metres, feature a 17-hectare container yard and connect to existing road and rail networks. However, Quebec did not provide any information on the container handling capacity of the new terminal or a timeline for construction, reported IHS Media. According to the port authority, it plans to construct a new container terminal in order to maintain the competitiveness of St Lawrence ports against their US rivals now that mega ships are able to pass through the expanded Panama Canal. Container traffic at Quebec is nearly non-existent at the moment, and the port authority does not publish its TEU throughput. Total traffic at Montreal, which opened a new 450,000 TEU terminal in late 2016, increased by 6.8 per cent year on year through October to 1.3 million TEU. source : Schednet

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