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Train connecting markets

Connected to markets next door and around the world

Whether your market potential lies offshore, in key U.S. markets or closer to home, Edmonton’s integrated road, rail, air and pipeline infrastructure offers outstanding access to your suppliers and customers.

Air Service
Pipelines
Rail and Intermodal Service
Roads

From mining equipment to fresh produce, Edmonton can deliver the freight or cargo services you need.

Shipping - three ports service Edmonton

Vancouver - Edmonton is linked by road, rail and pipeline to     Port Metro Vancouver, Canada’s largest west coast port in Vancouver, B.C. 

Prince Rupert - The Port of Prince Rupert Container Terminal is an ultra-modern, high-capacity North American container facility connected to the North American continent by CN's network.  It is the closest port to Asia by up to 58 hours of sailing time compared to any other North American west coast port.

Kitimat - Edmonton is also connected by road and rail to the        Port of Kitimat, the third largest deep water port on the west coast and the proposed location for a major LNG marine terminal re-gasification facility and tank farm.

For More Information

Ken Mamczasz, P.Eng.

Economic and Environmental Sustainability
Sustainable Development
9th Floor, Edmonton Tower
10111-104 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB T5J 0J4

Title Director, Economic Investment & Development
Telephone

780-496-6036

Email ken.mamczasz@edmonton.ca

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