Toronto

General information

Name:
Toronto
Country:
Canada
UN/Locode:
CATOR
Local time:
Moored Vessels:
69
Expected Vessels:
2
Berths:
1
Coordinates:
N 43° 39' W 079° 21'

Moored Vessels

Name
Type
Moored
Unclassified
02.07. 05:03
Cargo Ship
23.06. 15:34
Cargo Ship
02.07. 03:23
Pleasure Craft
26.06. 19:05
Pleasure Craft
01.07. 21:58
Pleasure Craft
29.06. 18:40
Tugboat
30.06. 22:53
Unclassified
02.07. 03:31
Coast Guard Ship
02.07. 05:32
Passenger Ship
16.06. 19:46

Expected Vessels

Name
Type
Expected
Cargo Ship
03.07. 01:00
Cargo Ship
03.07. 10:00

Sailed Vessels

Name
Type
Sailed
Cargo Ship
01.07. 16:07

Latest news

Final surge at ports before Seaway closes

Thu Dec 10 19:45:19 CET 2015 arnekiel

The number of vessels currently in the Great Lakes-Seaway system exceeds the five-year average as ships deliver much-needed supplies and make a final push to export grain from Thunder Bay and other Ontario ports before the St. Lawrence Seaway closes Dec. 30. “The 2015 shipping season has mirrored North American and global economic trends,” reflected Terence Bowles, President and CEO of The St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation. “Domestic and cross-border transport of cement, stone, gypsum, aluminum and machinery continues full throttle in response to heightened construction activity and a strong automotive sector. While steep declines in global consumption and pricing have largely curtailed coal and iron ore exports, we are encouraged by the recent surge in grain exports, which once again demonstrates the vital role played by the Seaway in supporting global trading activity.” New business has helped to offset shortfalls with figures from April 2 to Nov. 30 showing the St. Lawrence Seaway attracted 1.7 million metric tons of cargo either coming from new origins or heading to new destinations. More at http://bulletnewsniagara.ca/index.php?p=Sections&id=6283

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