Indigenous Peoples Day - June 21, 2021

We wear these orange shirts to create an awareness of the pain that the residential schools have caused and continue to cause the Indigenous people. We also wear them to honour and pay our respect to the children who suffered and perished because of them. We offer our unwavering support and commitment as an organization to be part of a healthy and collaborative path forward.

We encourage everyone to take the time to learn more and become part of the solution

Indigenous Peoples Day

PT Blasting - NO BLASTING; Winter 2022 Shipping Schedule Below:


Blasting will occur August 9-13, 2021, between 9am and 5pm.

This update will be emailed to all PT followers on the PT mailing list.  Click here to join.

As previously done during the last phases of blasting, a minimum of three siren warnings will be sounded approximately 1 min before the blast occurs.

If you have any questions or concerns please email our team at

Thank you

Winter 2022 PT Shipping Schedule

Amy Lynn D tugboat  for TRCA– until March 2022 – 3 times per week

Sheri Lynn S tugboat SLS tugboat ice breaking in Picton Bay until March 2022.

Wolfe Islander IV & Amherst Islander II until March2022

COVID19 Safety

Doornekamp Construction Ltd. is employing Physical Distancing between our employees and the public.

Picton Terminals is closed to the public.

Picton Terminals (PT) is a family owned business with our head office located in Odessa, Ontario. We also own and operate H.R. Doornekamp Construction, Hendriks Aggregates and Abna Investments. We employee 80 – 100 people and the majority of our business occuring in the Eastern Ontario region.

Our goals at Picton Terminals are to resurrect and update the existing infrastructure and add new infrastructure to provide better import services to the regional economy. We are expanding the existing facilities to allow better, more efficient shipping and are equipped to receive a variety of products.

The following is a list of products we are currently preparing to stevedore at Picton Terminals:
  • Road salt
  • Aggregates
  • Farming products
  • Heavy lift cargo
  • Containers
  • Dry bulk
  • New steel products
  • Recycled scrap steel