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RBT2 videos and images

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Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project – 1:48

Watch the video below for an overview of the Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project, including the project components and its current status in the environmental review process.

Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project – 6:18

Watch the video below for a more in-depth look at the Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project.

Learn about the global container shipping industry, what exactly is a TEU, what do containers carry, the components of the project, how the project will connect with road and rail during operations, and a summary of its current status in the environmental review process.

Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project rendering

Below is a rendering of the proposed Roberts Bank Terminal 2 Project, located to the northwest of the existing Roberts Bank terminals. The proposed project would be a new marine container terminal which will be placed in deep water away from sensitive intertidal habitats.

Journey of a shipping container

Click here to learn how containers transformed global trade and how we’re working to ensure the port is ready for Canada’s trading future.

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