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Toronto (CATOR)

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Port Code CATOR Port Name Toronto
City Toronto Country/Region Canada
Port Type Main Port Category Port City
Latitude 43.63 Longitude -79.3565
The Port of Toronto (Port Code: CATOR) is a port situated on the northwest shore of Lake Ontario. Located minutes from Toronto’s downtown core, it is one of Canada's largest major inland ports and serves as Toronto’s gateway, which welcomes cruise ships and passengers from around the globe through the Cruise Ship Terminal to the St. Lawrence Seaway and to marine ports around the world.
Serving primarily as a bulk cargo destination, the port boasts a seamless network of cost-effective intermodal links to road, rail and air transportation. It mainly handles sugar to the Redpath refinery and aggregate materials such as sand, gravel and salt. There are 3 miles (4.8 km) of deep-water wharfage for the loading and unloading of bulk products. Marine terminals include inside and outside storage, and some 6,000 square feet of berthing space for ships carrying general cargo.

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