Prince George serves as northern British Columbia's gateway to the world. Discover opportunities, learn about the transportation cluster's competitive advantages, and
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A Gateway to the Global Economy
Prince George is strategically located at the confluence of the Fraser and Nechako Rivers and its network of road, rail, air, and marine infrastructure connects northern B.C. businesses to the rest of the world.
The city's well-developed transportation network supports local resource-based projects and businesses and possesses enough capacity to accommodate future industries looking to do business in Prince George and around the globe.
Transportation Cluster Objectives
- Expand knowledge base of industries, leading to more collaboration and competition that breeds innovation, specialization, and expertise.
- Attract foreign direct investment by creating more focused marketing on specific industries.
- Clustering helps firms grow faster, increases their recognition, and establishes them in the market.
- Workforce attraction and retention. Clusters consolidate and highlight opportunities available in industry.
Transportation North American Index Codes
The transportation cluster uses the following
North American Index Codes (NAIC):
4811 - Scheduled Air Transportation
4812 - Non-scheduled Air Transportation
4821 - Rail Transportation
4841 - General Freight Transportation
4842 - Specialized Freight Transportation
4861 - Pipeline Transportation of Crude Oil
4862 - Pipeline Transportation of Natural Gas
4869 - Other Pipeline Transportation
4881 - Support Activities for Air Transportation
4882 - Support Activities for Rail Transportation
4883 - Support Activities for Water Transportation
4884 - Support Activities for Road Transportation
4885 - Freight Transportation Arrangement
4889 - Other Support Activities for Transportation
4931 - Warehouse and Storage
- Prince George was designated as a Foreign Trade Zone in 2018.
$382 million is proposed for the Prince George Global Logistics Park
- The city is located at the nexus Highways 16 and 97.
- Transportation depots.
- Truck terminals.
- Warehousing and storage.
- Freight forwarding.
- Distribution centres.
- Retail and supply support.
- Location of the CN intermodal terminal.
- Home to nine industrial parks ranging from light to heavy.
- Has a 1,011 hectare (2,500 acre) Foreign Trade Zone.
- Access to the Ports of Prince Rupert and Metro Vancouver.
- Shortest route between Shanghai and Chicago.
View a listing of transportation, warehousing, and e-commerce companies currently registered in Prince George.
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1100 Patricia Boulevard
Prince George, BC V2L 3V9