The Port of Sheet Harbour is your ideal choice for import and export shipments.
-direct access to major highways and easy access to Trans Canada Highway
-close to major Atlantic Canadian industrial centres
-minimum pier side draft of 10 metres
-capable of handling multiple configurations of breakbulk, bulk and special project cargo as well as container cargo
-can accommodate vessels up to 230 metres length
The Halifax Seaport district is where local culture lives. Located in the south end of the city, the Halifax Seaport district is your destination for hospitality, events, local food, and recreation.
His Excellency Zhang Junsai, Ambassador of the People's Republic of China to Canada, delivering remarks in Halifax, Nova Scotia on Sept. 19, 2013 during Port Days 2013.
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Located on the world's second largest harbour, Halifax, Nova Scotia is known for the friendliness of the local people and the scenic beauty of the city. Take a tour of all that Halifax and the surrounding area has to offer.
CN and the Port of Halifax work hand-in-hand to move products around the globe. CN logistics experts work with customers, port and terminal operators and customs brokers to ensure fast, reliable service. Together we form a strong team that makes it all happen.
Dennis Campbell, President of Ambassatours Gray Line, delivers the keynote address at Port Days 2012.
The Port Days 2012 Open Forum Debate featured five leading influencers in Canadian trade, transportation and logistics discussing current issues in the industry.
Supply Chain Opportunities from Mega Projects was a panel discussion at Port Days 2012 which explored the various initiatives underway that will result in major capital projects and investments in Atlantic Canada. Panelists discussed how these developments will influence supply chain opportunities through Halifax in the years ahead.
Halifax Port Authority Chair Geoff Machum offers introductory remarks at Port Days 2012.
Nova Scotia Business Inc. introduced the community of Sheet Harbour to its new port operator, the Halifax Port Authority, on Tuesday, August 28, 2012, with an open house at the Eastern Shore Wildlife Association Lodge.
The stars of the SAW horror film franchise visited Halifax on board the Carnival Glory on Tuesday, August 14, 2012, and hosted a free public meet and greet for fans at the Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market.
A video overview of the Halifax Port Authority's business strategy briefing for local port stakeholders in March 2012.
Via the Port of Halifax, Nova Scotia sent 450 Christmas trees to the United Arab Emirates for Canadians living abroad to enjoy this holiday season. Click the image below to watch a CBC News report.
Minister of Fisheries and Oceans and Minister for the Atlantic Gateway Keith Ashfield and Garrison Brewing Co. President Brian Titus were guest speakers at the Chairman's Breakfast during Halifax Port Days 2011. Halifax Port Authority Chairman Mark MacDonald provided introductory comments.
The first of two business sessions at Halifax Port Days 2011 featured three individuals in the know regarding the most intriguing cargo growth developments harnessing technology, infrastructure and entrepreneurship. Moderated by Halifax Port Authority Manager of Business Development Patrick Bohan, the panel was comprised of Halifax Grain Elevator Limited Manager of Finance and Administration Jeff Brownlie, Nicom IT Solutions Inc. Partner Pat d'Entremont and Aqualife North America Inc. Chief Executive Officer Gordon Neal. HPA President & CEO Karen Oldfield offered opening remarks and HPA Vice-President of Business Development & Operations George Malec offered closing remarks.
The Future of Containerization business session at Halifax Port Days 2011 looked at certain interrelationships within the containerized cargo industry that could determine its long-term potential. Moderated by Halifax Port Authority Vice-President Commercial Paul DuVoisin, the panel featured CN Vice-President Intermodal Paul Waite, NYK Line (Canada) Inc. Vice-President Sales Tim Harrington and Nova Scotia Liquor Corp. Vice-President Supply Chain & Procurement Brad Doell. HPA Vice-President of Business Development & Operations George Malec offered closing remarks.
Wal-Mart Canada Corp. Senior Vice-President of Supply Chain & Logistics Andy Ellis provided the keynote address on environmental sustainability at Halifax Port Days 2011. Halifax Port Authority Vice-President of Business Development & Operations George Malec and CN Vice-President Intermodal Paul Waite offered introductory remarks.
In June 2011, Halifax Port Authority President and CEO Karen Oldfield spoke with the Asia Pacific Foundation about the growth in cargo traffic between the Port of Halifax and Southeast Asia. About half the cargo traffic through the Port of Halifax is imported from or exported to Southeast Asia. Watch the full interview below, courtesy of the Asia Pacific Foundation.
Halifax Port Authority Vice President of Operations & Business Development George Malec was interviewed on the Business News Network's Business Day Panama Canal Special on Wednesday, July 20, 2011. He spoke about how the HPA recognized over 10 years ago that more and more big ships were going to be developed in the container trades globally. The HPA set out to make the port ready for that and focused all investment and strategic development around the reality that more shipping lines are going to invest in these bigger container ships. Click on the picture below to watch the entire interview.