Roberts Bank Port (Port Code: CAROB) is a large-sized port located on the mainland coastline of the Strait of Georgia in Delta, British Columbia. Opened in 1970, it has two terminals. As a support of Port of Vancouver, Roberts Bank is also known as the Outer Harbour of Canada's busiest port. It typically ships over 20 million tonnes of export coal a year and early in 2010 completed a $49-million equipment upgrade, bringing its capacity from 24 million to 29 million tonnes per year. The port is serviced by CN Rail, CP Rail, and BNSF Railway. Seaspan International provides tugboat services to both terminals at peninsula.