Vancouver Export Terminal (VET)
UGC Vancouver Export Terminal is located on the Columbia River in Vancouver, Washington. It is located 90 miles upriver from the confluence of the Columbia River and Pacific Ocean. With a total rated capacity of 220,000 metric tons (8.3 million bushels) it is the largest on the US West Coast.
Initially constructed in 1935, the terminal has gone through numerous improvement projects in order to: expand capacity, improve unloading and loading speed, expand commodity handling, improve efficiency, and maximize throughput capacity.
In 2011, the terminal expanded capacity with an additional 135,000 metric tons of upright silo space in order to accommodate the handling of feed grains and oilseed to complement the existing wheat programs.
With over 290 silos, the Vancouver Export Terminal is able to accommodate any kind of quality requirements from our overseas buyers while maintain quality and quantity preservation.
Rated Storage capacity: 220,000 metric tons
Concrete silos: 290
Product received: River barges, single rail cars, unit trains, shuttle trains
Vessel dock length: 213 meters
Draft at berth: 13.7 meters
Air Draft: 24.3 meters
Load out speed: 2,000 MT/hour