He told the Northern Light the BPA spent close to $13 million to build a new barge terminal and a new roll-on terminal—infrastructure will allow the New Brunswick port to be completely functional.
But the BPA is looking at expanding its capacity because all its inside space is rented up to 2017.
Doucett said the port—that began with one shed—now has a shed for wood pellets, one for Pure Light from Greece and one for others.
”’The ships keep coming in to us and we’re trying to increase traffic as much as possible,’” he told the newspaper.
Doucett said one of the BPA’s future development objectives is to provide off-season storage for northern mines.