The Canadian Deltaport Project
The Canadian Deltaport Project 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 (DP4).
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 the largest terminal operator and maritime employer 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 Conexsions 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. More than 90% of GCT Global Container Terminals' operating expenses are spent locally in Canada.