For the past several years, the Toronto Pearson International Airport has experienced continued airport growth and shortages of jet fuel supply from existing delivery methods, resulting in a need to develop new delivery infrastructure outside of the airport’s boundaries.

This multi-million project included the construction of a rail offloading terminal and a new storage tank system complete with delivery pipeline to the airport.

The system accommodates the delivery of aviation fuel by railcar directly into a storage and delivery system dedicated to supplying the airport with upwards of 60 per cent of its jet fuel needs for the foreseeable future.