Reporting, Statistics and Resources

Trade economies infographicPort Metro Vancouver trades $187 billion in goods (based on 2014 cargo volumes) with more than 160 trading economies annually. Port authorities are financially independent, receiving revenues from terminal and tenant leases as well as harbour dues and other fees charged to shipping companies that call at the port. We are not financed with tax dollars and all profits are reinvested into port infrastructure and other improvements.

We pay an annual stipend to the federal government and make payments to bordering municipalities on vacant properties in lieu of the taxes those properties may otherwise have generated.

Terminals and tenants are independently owned and operated, paying taxes to all levels of government.

Reports

2014 Sustainability Report
2014 Sustainability Summary
2014 Sustainability Report Stakeholder Review Panel Report
2014 Financial Report
2013 Sustainability Report
2013 Financial Report
2012 Sustainability Report
2012 Financial Report
2011 Sustainability Report
2011 Financial Report
2011 Annual Report
Supplement to the 2011 Annual Report – Executive Compensation
2010 Sustainability Report
2010 Annual Report
Supplement to the 2010 Annual Report – Management Discussion and Analysis
Supplement to the 2010 Annual Report – Executive Compensation
2009 Annual Report
Supplement to the 2009 Annual Report – Management Discussion and Analysis
Supplement to the 2009 Annual Report – Executive Compensation
2008 Annual Report
McMillan and Kirk & Co. Project Review Evaluation Report

Statistics

Overview

2014 statistics overview

Cargo

Cargo statistics – Year-to-date May 2015

Container

Container statistics – Year-to-date: May 2015
Container statistics – Monthly May 2015
Container statistics – Monthly 2008 to 2014

Cruise

Cruise statistics – Year-to-date May 2015
Cruise statistics – 2014 season
Cruise statistics – Monthly 2008 to 2013

Studies

2012 – Port Metro Vancouver Economic Impact Study

Speeches

June 2, 2015 – Robin Silvester, President and CEO – Annual General Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia
June 2, 2015 – Craig Neeser, Chair of the Board of Directors – Annual General Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia
June 2, 2015 – Allan Baydala, Chief Financial Officer – Annual General Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia
November 28, 2014 – Robin Silvester, President and CEO – Address to Vancouver Board of Trade, Vancouver, British Columbia
October 20, 2014 – Robin Silvester, President and CEO – Richmond Chamber of Commerce, Richmond, British Columbia
September 11, 2014 – Robin Silvester, President and CEO – Chamber of Shipping of British Columbia
June 3, 2014 – Robin Silvester, President and CEO – Annual General Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia
June 3, 2014 – Craig Neeser, Chair of the Board of Directors – Annual General Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia
June 3, 2014 – Allan Baydala, Chief Financial Officer – Annual General Meeting, Vancouver, British Columbia
February 20, 2014 – Robin Silvester, President and CEO – Address to the Delta Chamber of Commerce – Delta Town & Country Inn, British Columbia

Policies and protocols

Canada Marine Act
Canadian Environmental Assessment Act
Port Information Guide
Port Metro Vancouver Letters Patent and Supplemental Letters Patent
Port Metro Vancouver environmental policy
Port Metro Vancouver’s filming and photography consultation and engagement event protocol

Newsletters, brochures, photos and video

Port Metro Vancouver map leaflet 
Port Metro Vancouver real estate leasing brochure
Photo and Video Gallery
PortTV videos
Port 2050 video
Port Metro Vancouver EcoAction brochure

Awards

Named to Aon Hewitt’s Green 30 List (2012) (2013)
Fourth-place ranking, Corporate Knight’s Future 40 Responsible Corporate Leaders in Canada Environmental Achievement Award (2014)
Endorsement of EcoAction program from Sir Richard Branson’s Carbon War Room
EcoAction program awarded a Clean50 Top Project award in the Canada’s Clean50 Awards, managed by Delta Management and Canada’s Clean50 organization
Recognized for our 2013 Sustainability Report with three 2014 MarCom Awards in the areas of Corporate Social Responsibility (Platinum), report design (Platinum) and report writing (Gold)

Related links

British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office
British Columbia Ministry of Environment
British Columbia Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources Operations
British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure
Canada Place
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
Chamber of Shipping of British Columbia
Clear Seas Centre for Safe Marine Shipping
Cruise BC
Foreign Affairs, International Trade and Development Canada
Infrastructure Canada
Transport Canada