Our four state-of-the art terminals are positioned on the East and West Coasts in order to provide our carrier customers with easy access to the major international trade routes. All four have direct access to major freeways and national railways, so connections to-and-from the terminals are fast and reliable. And, in keeping with our leadership position, we are constantly upgrading and improving our technology, equipment, and processes so that we can continue delivering on time, every time.
GCT Bayonne is situated in the Upper New York Bay in Jersey City, New Jersey. Capable of handling the largest vessels operating on its tradelane, it is the closest container terminal to the harbour entrance and the only terminal in the harbour with no air draft restrictions. Currently at 40 hectares (100 acres), GCT Bayonne allows for unencumbered vessel approaches and reduces transit times by two hours. Completed in 2014, the GCT Bayonne Expansion increases the size of the terminal so it now spans over 68 hectares (167 acres) and features an 823-metre (2,700-foot) berth.
GCT New York is a full-service container and general cargo facility in the New York harbour. Strategically located on Staten Island near the Goethals Bridge, the terminal occupies 58 hectares (187 acres) of upland area. It has a 6,169-square metre (66,400-square foot) refrigerated warehouse, is readily accessible to major truck routes, and features on-dock rail service that connects to the North American rail network. GCT New York has been honoured with the Association of Bi-State Motor Carriers award for Best Terminal Operator seven out of the last nine years.
GCT Deltaport, Canada’s flagship container terminal, is located at Roberts Bank in Port Metro Vancouver. It is an 85-hectare (210-acre) facility with three contiguous berths totaling 1,100 metres (3,609 feet). The terminal is designed to handle the largest transpacific container vessels in service and features dual-hoist gantry cranes—the first in the Americas—in its fleet of ten high-speed, super post-Panamax cranes. The facility employs state-of-the-art computer systems and has an on-dock intermodal rail yard with eight tracks totaling 8,534 metres (28,000 feet).
Strategically located in the inner harbour, GCT Vanterm, part of GCT Canada, operates in naturally occurring deep water and is the most productive terminal in Port Metro Vancouver. It is a 31-hectare (76-acre) container terminal with 619 metres (2,030 feet) of berth, offering six high-speed, super post-Panamax dock gantries, a modern fleet of container handling equipment, and an on-dock intermodal rail yard with nine tracks totaling 2,926 metres (9,600 feet).