Pacific Coast Terminals completes Glycol expansion project

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Pacific Coast Terminals (PCT) and MEGlobal Canada ULC have successfully completed a $20.4 million expansion project, significantly enhancing their capacity for handling Monoethylene Glycol (MEG). The upgrade includes 10 new advanced unloading racks, improving the offloading and export processes of MEG, a key commodity used in various products like clothing, eco-friendly bottles, and antifreeze. The project also introduced two modern unloading tracks, boosting the annual glycol handling capacity from 800,000 metric tonnes to 1.25 million metric tonnes. This expansion not only increases PCT’s glycol capacity but also enhances the efficiency of railcar traffic.

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