How would you like to develop logistics or manufacturing business projects that will contribute to the efficiency of the logistics chain and increase cargo volumes transshipped at the Port of Montreal?

The Montreal Port Authority (MPA) and the Fonds de solidarité FTQ have joined forces to help you achieve your business objectives. To do this, the Fonds dedicates a $100 million envelope for this type of project, a significant added value for manufacturing or logistics companies whose imports and/or exports transit the Port of Montreal and the city's logistics chain

Customized financial support

By benefiting from the Fonds de solidarité FTQ - Port of Montreal logistics financing partnership,  you receive financial backing from the Fonds de solidarité FTQ in the form of equity financing or an unsecured Joan and customized financing adapted to support long-term growth.

Contact US

Louis-Joseph Cliche
Portfolio Manager
Fonds de solidarité FTQ
514 383-2555

ln-depth industry knowledge

With a mission to contribute to Quebec's economic development, the Fonds de solidarité FTQ has been investing in the transportation and marine sectors for several years. lt has in-depth knowledge of these sectors through its close collaboration with the MPA and several key industry players active in the operation of port terminais as well as in marine, land and air transport. ln addition, through its subsidiary, the Fonds immobilier de solidarité FTQ invests in building construction projects in every sector, including industrial buildings.

Trading with the world

Operated by the Montreal Port Authority  (MPA), the Port of Montreal is the first largest port in Eastern Canada and a diversified transshipment centre that handles ail types of goods: containerized and non-containerized cargo, liquid bulk and dry bulk. The on/y container port in Quebec, it is served by the largest shipping fines in the world. lt is also an intermodal hub with a service offering that is unique in North America, featuring its own rail network connected direct/y dockside to Canada's two national rail networks. The MPA factors economic, social and environmental components into its corporate initiatives. This commitment is governed by a sustainable development policy whose guiding principles focus on involvement, cooperation and transparency. Port activity supports 19,000 jobs and generates $2.6 billion in economic benefits annuaily.