Logistec Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, provides cargo handling and other services to marine, industrial, governments, and municipal customers in Canada and the United States. The company operates in two segments, Marine Services and Environmental Services. The Marine Services segment provides specialized cargo handling services, which include container, bulk, breakbulk, and project cargo, as well as other services through the operation of 79 terminals in 53 ports in North America and the U.S. Gulf Coast. It also specializes in handling cargoes, which consist of essential products, such as forest products, metals, dry bulk, fruit, grain and bagged cargoes, containers, and general and project cargoes, as well as offers container stuffing and destuffing, ship dockage, road transportation, storage and tailgating, warehousing and distribution, and other value-added services. In addition, the company provides loading and unloading of ships, trucks, and railway cars and other related operations. Further, it offers other marine services, including marine transportation of cargoes to communities in the Canadian Arctic; and marine agency services to foreign shipowners and operators, as well as owns and operates five ice-class vessels. The Environmental Services segment is involved in the renewal of underground water mains, soils and materials management, site remediation, risk assessment, and woven-hose manufacturing. It also offers turnkey solutions for the assessment of properties and the clean-up of soils, groundwater, buildings, lagoons, and underground tanks, as well as analyzes and evaluates the human and environmental risks associated with contamination issues. The company was formerly known as Quebec Terminals Ltd. and changed its name to Logistec Corporation in April 1969. Logistec Corporation was incorporated in 1952 and is headquartered in Montreal, Canada.