The Canadian Deltaport Project
GCT Deltaport Expansion, Berth Four Project (DP4) is GCT Global Container Terminals' smart, phased and environmentally-conscious plan to provide needed port capacity at Roberts Bank in Delta through the addition of a fourth berth
- In September 2020, GCT's Initial Project Description for The GCT Deltaport Expansion, Berth Four Project was approved by the regulators.
- Throughout October and November public comment and virtual open houses were held by the regulators to obtain feedback.
- In December 2020, a Joint Summary of Issues and Engagement document pertaining to the project was released by the regulators. Next, GCT will submit the Detailed Project Description that captures how the feedback will be addressed. That submission is expected shortly.
GCT welcomes any comments, questions, and engagement from all stakeholders and interested parties on the project. For more detailed information on the project and how to contact GCT visit our project page here.
GCT Global Container Terminals is headquartered in Vancouver, B.C. and operates two container terminals in the Lower Mainland, GCT Deltaport and GCT Vanterm, along with two other facilities on the East Coast of North America.
The company is majority Canadian-owned and is one of the largest terminal operators and maritime employers in Canada.
GCT Global Container Terminals is recognized as one of the most environmentally-responsible operators. The company cares about our ecosystem and its expansion history proves this. GCT Global Container Terminals' "Global Commitment" to sustainable operations has been recognized in multiple awards and accolades from Green Marine, Climate Smart, Clean50, Delta Chamber of Commerce Green Award, CN Eco Connexions Sustainable Partner program, and many others.
In 2018, GCT Global Container Terminals directly employed over 2,200 people in Canada, and many more indirectly through its supply chain partners. More than 90% of GCT Global Container Terminals' operating expenses are spent locally in Canada.