Introduction to AGM / FSMC


Asian Gypsy Moth (AGM) has been renamed as Flighted Spongy Moth Complex (FSMC) due to a change of name effected in 2022.


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Crew Issues

All vessels must have cleared Canadian Customs PRIOR to berthing at Squamish Terminals. All Canada Border Security Agency (CBSA) restrictions apply.

All crew changes must be prearranged by the vessel agent and incoming crews must have cleared Canadian Customs.

Crew must carry vessel ID and be listed on the vessel supplied crew list. Any Canada Border Security Agency (CBSA) restrictions apply.

Repairs - details and contacts

Mountain Manufacturing 2002 Limited

1-90 Harbour Avenue

North Vancouver, B.C. V7J 2 E1

Att.: Peter Corles

Squamish is located 60 km north of Vancouver, B.C., along Highway 99; and because of good berthing facilities, supply, deliveries and minor repairs take place regularly while vessel is alongside.


Fresh Water: Available
Bunkering: Available, but prior arrangement is necessary for delivery by road tanker.
Stores: Available in moderate quantities from Squamish

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Cargo Handling Facilities

Extensive dockside rail track which extends into all three warehouses for railcar unloading at the Squamish Terminals.
Unloading ramp at mill site for rail cars, barges and a ferry slip.

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VPS Bunker Alerts

Veritas Petroleum Services (VPS) publish regular Bunker Alerts based entirely on fuel samples and have kindly permitted BIMCO’s Members to access this information.

The Bunker Alerts are not intended to be an evaluation of overall bunker quality in the port or area concerned, but usually highlight a specific parameter within the fuel which has raised a quality issue.

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