Companies On Site

More and more companies are setting up new operations at CentrePort Canada – with more than 300 acres either developed or in development by more than 50 different companies since the inland port corporation began. These new operations are joining many well-established companies who continue to grow their businesses at CentrePort.

Some of the latest companies to set up shop at CentrePort include:

Imperial Seed

In September 2016, work began on Imperial Seed's new $8-million agricultural hub at CentrePort; an expanded, 20-acre site which will include a seed processing plant, seed lab, office space and significant warehousing space. Their new facility will allow them to double their capacity and staff over time.

Canada Cartage

Canada Cartage opened its new regional hub at CentrePort Canada – an expanded, eight-acre operation that includes a 46,000-square-foot facility with office space, cross dock capabilities and fleet maintenance services.

FedEx Freight Canada

FedEx Freight Canada has built a new long-haul LTL(less than truckload) 44 dock-door facility on more than 13 acres.

ISCO Industries

The American-based piping supply company opened its Canadian head office and newest sales, warehouse and distribution operation in 2014.

Newer Operations At CentrePort:

  • SMS Equipment
  • TS Leasing / Transolutions
  • Ampjack Express
  • Arctic Ice
  • Goodman Manufacturing
  • Pacific Coast Express
  • Fort Garry Fire Trucks
  • Trailer Wizards
  • Set Point Refrigeration
  • United Rentals
  • Rosedale Transport
  • Kaycan Ltd.
  • C & T Rentals
  • Superior Forklift
  • Altima Cabinets
  • Cassidy Manufacturing

Long-time Major Tenants at CentrePort:

  • Bison Transport
  • Boeing
  • Bristol Aerospace
  • Conviron
  • Fort Garry Fire Trucks
  • Gardewine North
  • GE Aviation
  • MacDon
  • North West Company
  • Paterson GlobalFoods
  • Payne Transportation
  • Peak of the Market
  • StandardAero
  • TransX
  • Winpak