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Port Sept-Îles (nouveau logo sans de-of)
Most important mineral port in North America
(over 90% of tonnage is for export)

Potential business volume of 100 million tons
14 docks
Multiuser, deep-water dock | Ability to accommodate Chinamax vessels
Railway transshipment centre and train ferry linking Sept-Îles to the rest of the North American railway network | Easy access, year round | Competitively priced storage and services
Leader in environmental preservation and development of the blue highway | Environmental | Observatory for the Bay of Sept-Îles | Founding member of Green Marine
International cruises
Over 650 km (405 mi) of railway linked to the North | Access to the resources of the Labrador Trough
Ore and freight transportation (tens of millions of tons/year) QNS&L railway
Passenger transportation service
(Transport ferroviaire Tshiuetin)
3rd-busiest airport in Quebec (after Montreal and Québec) | Hub servicing the North, the East, and the major cities
150,000 travellers per year
Daily flights to Québec, Montreal, and the Labrador Trough
Charter flights (plane, helicopter)
Large airport capacity (high-capacity transport aircraft)
Road connected to the capital and the metropolitan area
Presence of several commercial truckers (and storage)

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