As British Columbia’s largest inland port, Ashcroft Terminal is strategically located to help shippers, manufacturers and producers prepare their commodities for export or import. Located at the Eastern end of CP/CN mainline co-production, Ashcroft is the last location westbound, and the first location eastbound, at which mainline traffic can stop, to or from, Metro Vancouver. Every railcar that travels on the Class 1 mainlines, must go directly through Ashcroft Terminal. Steadily expanding infrastructure since 2007, Ashcroft Terminal now maintains 60,000ft of internal track, 730+ rail car spots, and 40,000 sq.ft. of warehouse space on 320 acres. The Terminal serves 7,000 railcars and 6,000 trucks annually while providing a variety of value-add services to its diverse customer base.
Products handled includes but is not limited to: Consumer goods, lumber, pulp, wood pellets, jet fuel, diesel, gas, crude oil, bio-fuels, propane, butane, asphalt oil, grain, grain screenings, fertilizer, red shale, aggregate, waste paper, building materials, roofing granules, chemicals, scrap steel, over-sized dimensional products.