SERVING NORTHERN CANADA
The Gillam Transload is served by the Hudson Bay Railway Company (HBRY), a shortline railroad operating between The Pas and The Port of Churchill. This facility is specifically designed to meet the needs of suppliers to major construction projects in Northern Manitoba.
Located 79Km (49 miles) from the Keewatinohk converter site and 139 km (86 miles) from the Keeyask dam site, this transload facility allow suppliers to harness the efficiency of rail and access to Gillam, Manitoba where our team of professionals will make the transfer of products and materials to truck.
Our current material handling capabilities: pipe, rebar, lumber and heavy equipment.
The Gillam Transload Location Details Include:
- Railroad Connections: CN (via HBRY)
- Market Proximity: Northern Manitoba, Churchill, Gillam, The Pas and Thompson
- Truck Routes AND Highway ACCESS: PR 280
- STORAGE OPTIONS: Customized indoor and outdoor storage solutions available
Interested in learning more about our logistics services in Gillam, Manitoba? Download our informational brochure.
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