In Canada you can

What’s stopping you from reaching the world?

To be your partner in growing and taking your business farther in Canada would be an honor for us. Let’s start shipping together now.

Maersk Line Canada in numbers

630
Vessels
20+
Intermodal terminals
20,000
Approximate miles of train tracks

Here for Canada, here for the world

Maersk Company Ltd. was established in 1974 and opened an office in Toronto in 1980.

With our headquarters in Toronto and Halifax, and operations and sales offices in Montreal and Vancouver, Maersk Line Canada is accessible and service-ready for all six Canada time zones. The Maersk Line Canada organization represents the world. Our customer service team is comprised of a global group of professionals. The breadth of nationalities is complemented by 20+ languages spoken.

And although we have many ways to speak, we’re even more equipped to listen and provide optimal solutions. With world-class training and numerous tools at their fingertips, our team in Canada is prepared to offer you the highest levels of service.

We are headed by Jack Mahoney, our President of Maersk Line Canada and along with our dedicated Canada team, we are prepared to build a relationship with you and help you grow your business’ global trade ambitions.

We’re present, committed, and personal.

Jack Mahoney, President, Maersk Line Canada
Jack

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What Maersk Line Canada service
means to you

To better equip you to start shipping with us, here are quick facts that you need to know about Maersk Line Canada:

  • Calls every major port in Canada, including Montreal, Prince Rupert, Halifax and Vancouver
  • Calls Vancouver twice per week
  • Calls Montreal once per week
  • Makes weekly calls to Halifax and Prince Rupert
  • Has a vast global service network of direct weekly ocean transport services on every major trade lane
  • Has intermodal support and execution resulting in end-to-end delivery

Prince Rupert : An alternative gateway

Prince Rupert is located on the West Coast of Canada, several hundred miles northwest of the U.S. border. What makes this an advantageous route for trade? Prince Rupert serves as an alternative import and export gateway. It is an option when moving cargo to the U.S. Midwest, Eastern Canada, and Southern U.S. This alternative can help when other main routes might experience congestion or reliability issues.

 

Canada Rail Network

We can get you the most competitive rail and trucking prices. From barges to trucks to rails, we do more than deliver your cargo from port to port. Because we have a strategic partnership with the Canadian National Railway, the network touches Canadian coasts and uses more than 20 strategically located intermodal terminals.

 

Your Ocean Services

Our expertise in shipping has created online solutions with you in mind. Learn of shipping solutions that simplify your day here:

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My Maersk Line

Check rates, book, track your cargo in real time, manage your payments, and more – it’s the one-stop shop portal for all your shipping needs.

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MyFinance

Pay invoices online and reduce your administrative and paperwork.

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EDI (Electronic Data Interchange)

This single web interface lets you manage your shipments with us. You can fully integrate it with your own business’ IT applications or even with your business partners'.