Windsor (82 km)
Port Windsor is located on the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway System, one of the world's most efficient deep draft waterways, and is on the Detroit River opposite Detroit, Michigan. The Port is 617 miles (993 kms) from Montreal and includes over 13 miles (21.2 kms) of shoreline encompassing marine terminals, parkland, and beautiful residential neighbourhoods. The industrial/marine facilities are concentrated in the western portion of the Port.
Port Windsor is the third largest Canadian Great Lakes port in terms of shipments. Cargos include a wide range of products such as aggregates, salt, grain, fluorspar, lumber, steel, petroleum, vehicles and heavy lift equipment. Over the past decade, shipments of goods through the Port increased 38% from 4.2 million tonnes to 5.8 million tonnes
Sarnia (80 km)
The Port of Sarnia has 22 docks handling approximately 1,200 callings/year.
Toronto (288 km)
The Port of Toronto, one of Canada's largest major inland ports, is situated on the northwest shore of Lake Ontario. Its location at the doorstep of downtown Toronto provides access to 25 per cent of Canada's population and is no more than 1300 km from many of North America's largest cities. Port users take advantage of this unique proximity and transportation services of marine, rail and major highways.
The Port of Toronto is owned and operated by the Toronto Port Authority (TPA), with the marine terminals operated in partnership with Logistec Inc.