Port of Sheet Harbour

Port and woodchip facility


Industrial transportation is available at the deep-water port and the nearby provincial series highway.

Located on the Eastern shore of Nova Scotia, the Port of Sheet Harbour has plenty of opportunities for bioeconomy developments. Opportunities await with surplus forestry inputs and existing infrastructure on-site.

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605 Marine Gateway Road
Sheet Harbour, Nova Scotia

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Site size

88 acres

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Highway access

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Bioeconomy outputs

Surplus forestry outputs

Site specifications

Site is in an excellent location for those requiring marine transport

Direct deep-water port access

Land is primarily cleared

14,000 sqft concrete pad for chip storage and loading system infrastructure


Three-phase power

Available throughout the site

Highway access

Site is on a public ROW with access to the nearby provincial series highway

Road type

Paved and graded road that can accommodate industrial transport vehicles

Marine access

Port infrastructure and marine transportation access

Rail access


Water supply

On-site well and septic


Ditch and culvert drainage

Site topology

Surplus land is primarily cleared for lay-down and storage space

The improved area has a concrete pad and cleared land

Other factors

Other land owners in the Port include Great Northern Timber Inc. and RJ MacIsaac Construction who are eager to collaborate on new developments and investments

Site is managed and operated by POSHA; subsidiary of QSL, a supply chain leader operating in over 60 marine terminals in Canada and USA

Adjacent land

Land is mostly cleared, adjacent land is currently used for storage and lay-down space

Energy consumption

Oil and propane heat, electric power used on site

Bioeconomy outputs

Forestry residuals including wood bark and chips

Additional site factors

Direct port access and concrete storage pad for forestry outputs

Site is best suited to clients requiring bulk, break-bulk or project cargo marine transportation, short leases, or those with co-location opportunities with existing tenants

Port of Sheet Harbour

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