Pacific Northwest Transportation Services
Pacific Northwest Transportation Services is a bus transportation company based in Victoria, BC. PNWTS provides shuttle bus services between Ogden Point Terminal and downtown Victoria, as well as is the exclusive provider for shore excursion tours, and dispatch services on the Terminal. With over 45 vehicles, ranging from 89 passenger Double Deckers, and 56 passenger Coaches, down to 29 passenger Mini Coaches, PNWTS focuses on providing sustainable transportation services. With newer, technologically advanced transportation, PNWTS is working to decrease the impact of cruise operations on the local neighbourhood.
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Coast2000 is the leading, and largest, third-party logistics export service provider for the pulp and paper, lumber, and international shipping line (marine container) industries. The company’s customer base includes 10 major international forest product companies, all container steamship lines calling at the Port of Vancouver, and a number of smaller, non-forest product customers.
By integrating road, rail and barge networks with ocean containers, Coast2000 has developed a highly successful business and service model. Its facility has a 30 acre container storage yard adjacent to a 260,000 square foot export stuffing facility, and is strategically positioned equidistant from all deep water container terminals at the Port of Vancouver.
By matching cargo with containers, Coast2000 has eliminated thousands of truck trips annually, providing a cost benefit and competitive advantage to customers, as well as a positive environmental benefit to the community.
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Associated Stevedoring provides full service stevedoring services at all BC ports, specializing in grain, logs and steel cargoes. The company leads the industry in log-loading activities, currently loading 100% of all logs in BC.
As a service contractor to Western, Associated Stevedoring’s operations, management and customer service activities are fully aligned with Western Stevedoring.
Associated is committed to providing cost-effective operations by optimizing workforce safety and productivity. The company has developed an innovative, automated process for releasing log heads, and plays an active role in the development and introduction of training initiatives with the BC Maritimes Employers Association (BCMEA) and the International Longshore & Warehouse Union (ILWU).