The entire Edmonton region is a Foreign Trade Zone (FTZ), with access to import-export programs and cash flow tools to help accelerate business growth. Favourable regulations, and incentives enable efficient operations and deliver major economic benefits. And when it comes to the global supply chain, our northern location is a strategic advantage—connecting businesses to international markets.
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Port Alberta is
here to help.
We can assist in navigating government programs and accessing services, technology, and funding available to support your business as it expands globally. We work as an extension of your team to help identify and unlock the right program for your business and add value at every stage of your company’s growth throughout the import/export process.
Through our network of partners, we will ensure that your questions are answered, you are connected to the right people and that you have the help you need to succeed internationally.
We are here to support you every step of the way and we do it for free – because your success is our success.
Port Alberta unlocks the potential of the inland port that is the Edmonton Metropolitan Region. We are the northernmost major city in North America. Where air, rail, pipelines, and roadways converge to create a one-of-a-kind regional manufacturing, cargo and logistics hub. From here, a world of opportunity opens up.
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On track for growth
The Edmonton Metropolitan Region’s unique convergence of intermodal transport services offers access to new global markets, helping your business grow.
The Edmonton International Airport (EIA) has partnerships with Air China, Korean Air, Icelandair, Air France-KLM, and others. It’s also Canada’s closest major airport to Asia by circumpolar routes.
The Edmonton Metropolitan Region is located along the CANAMEX trade corridor. This series of highways link Canada to the United States and Mexico, representing $3.95 billion in trade.
The Edmonton Metropolitan Region has direct access to the Port of Prince Rupert and The Port of Vancouver.
The Edmonton Metropolitan Region serves as a hub for the provincial pipeline system, helping move products safely and efficiently across North America.
There are 16 rail intermodal and storage facilities in the region operating 7,000 miles of track in Alberta, connecting the region to 8 Canadian provinces, 16 U.S. states, and Mexico.
Port Alberta and our network of experts are committed to helping you expand your business internationally
Port Alberta and our network of experts are ready to help you expand your business internationally.