TDK METRO Terminals | Annacis Island Distribution Hub & Grain Handling Facility
Permit application under review
In April 2023, TDK METRO Terminals (the Applicant) submitted a project permit application to upgrade the existing TDK Logistics site (at 480 Audley Boulevard on Annacis Island) in Delta, BC. The proposed project is on federal lands managed by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority.
Port authority-led engagement and consultation
As part of the Project and Environmental Review for the proposed project under the Impact Assessment Act, the proposed project is posted on the Canadian Impact Assessment Registry with an opportunity for public comment between May 18 and June 16, 2023.
The port authority will conduct formal consultation activities with stakeholders and Indigenous groups as part of the Project and Environmental Review process.
Applicant-led public engagement
As part of the Project and Environmental Review process, the Applicant is required to solicit public feedback on the proposed project, results of technical studies and proposed mitigation measures. This webpage will be updated once details are available.
Between May 18 and June 15, 2023 the Applicant is inviting public comment on their proposed project. All public comments should be sent directly to Applicant. Please submit your feedback about the proposed project by visiting the Applicant’s project website (tdklogistics.com/project-expansion).
All public feedback sent directly to the port authority during the public engagement period will be forwarded to the Applicant for inclusion in the public engagement process. The port authority will consider all feedback received from the public, stakeholders and Indigenous groups as part of the Project and Environmental Review of the proposed project.
About the project
The project proposes upgrades to the TDK Logistics site are to enhance the existing container storage and distribution facility, as well as add new rail tracks and a new grain transload operation (approximately 100,000 metric tonnes per annum) at the site.
Project activities and components include:
- Demolition of an existing warehouse building
- Reconfiguration of truck gate and container yard, including construction of gate entrance and exit buildings
- Construction of two new rail tracks at the end of the existing Southern Railway of British Columbia (SRY) spur track, to accommodate a total of 20 railcars
- Ground improvement works using Rammed Aggregate Pier (RAP) ground densification methods, extending to a depth of approximately 15 metres
- Installation of mobile grain handling operation (using mobile grain conveyors)
- Associated miscellaneous works including utility removals and installations, removal and installation of fencing and lighting installation
Should the proposed project be approved, construction is expected to last 12-18 months and would take place during standard hours.
January 2023 – Archaeological Overview Assessment Report: Annacis Island Distribution Hub & Grain Handling Facility [PDF]
– (Received and under review)
For questions about the proposed project, please visit the Applicant’s website (tdklogistics.com/project-expansion). For questions regarding the Project and Environmental Review of the proposed project, please contact the port authority by email or phone at 604-665-9047.
Please note, when receiving public feedback as part of the PER process, the port authority may collect your personal information, i.e., your name, contact information and personal views and opinions, to inform the PER process for a proposed project or amendment. Your personal information may be disclosed to third parties, such as our tenants, in order for them to respond directly to you or help inform our response. You are entitled to submit a complaint to the Privacy Commissioner office here.