Our supply infrastructure gives us multiple supply options, so we are not reliant on any single producer or mode of transportation.
We supply customers from the following locations:
With both waterborne and rail-fed terminals and storage in
the US Mid-West, Quebec and Ontario, we are able
to source through multiple channels. This minimises
our dependence on any one third party provider
and reduces the risk of supply disruption for our
We also have a large compliment of railcars in our
fleet, so we are able to move gasoline, diesel and
biofuels into our terminals, whatever the season.
Investing in fuel infrastructure
“Over many years, growth in Canadian fuel demand has not been matched by investment in supply infrastructure, resulting in the supply disruption and outages that are common in the market today.
Our investments are bringing low-cost fuel and higher levels of supply reliability to customers in regions that have historically been under served.”
Mike Healey VP Commercial & Business Development
Rail-to-road – a new supply concept
Our unique rail-to-road concept:
Allows for fully-automated truck-loading directly from railcars.
Creates new supply facilities in locations that
are convenient for customers, thereby reducing long-haul trucking.
Brings greater supply security to the market.
Our first rail-to-road supply facility opened in 2015
at Concord, north of Toronto. We have since doubled
the size of the facility to better meet customer demand.
We are continuing to invest in further rail-to-road facilities
elsewhere in Ontario, including Thunder Bay,
where we have acquired the CAN-OP business,