Port of Québec

Development

The world at our docks

True continental gateway, the Port of Québec maintains business relations with over 60 countries. Its strategic location is its best calling card, as it provides the shortest route by sea between Europe and the Great Lakes. The advantage of being the last deep-water port with 15 meters at low tide before the Great Lakes is that it allows the port to effectively connect with the industrial and agricultural heart of North America. Featuring a complete and effective intermodal terminal, 27 million tons of merchandises were handled in average over the last five years. The Beauport 2020 project, with the addition of 610 meters of wharf ―16 meters at low tide― and 17.5 hectares, will become a distinctive development space on the St. Lawrence River.

$53M in private investments 13 250

Creation and retention of 13,250 jobs in Canada

Growth of 80.5% in 10 years

$20B

Over $20B in transferred goods in

2012

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Last Received Data :
2018/07/20 at 10:28

Climatic Conditions
Webcam Local Hour

Québec

Tides

Montante

Next Tide
Haute

13:21

Basse

20:48

Weather
Friday 20 July

Current temperature

25C

Clear Day

MAX / 30 MIN / 14

Sunrise 05:12 AM  Sunset 08:32 PM

Saturday 21 July

Partly Cloudy Night

MAX / 31 MIN / 18

Sunrise 05:13 AM  Sunset 08:31 PM

Wind

SW 8 km/h (4 kts)

Humidity

57%

Pressure

102.1kPa

Water Temperature

23.9C (75.0F)

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