Westshore Terminals is a leading coal export terminal in North America. It helps its customers ship to over 20 countries worldwide, with the largest volumes being shipped to Asia.
The company is part of a coal supply chain that extends from the mines to the railways to its terminal. The company owns all the facilities and equipment at the terminal. It operates the coal storage and loading facility at Roberts Bank, British Columbia, which is the largest coal loading facility on the west coast of the Americas.
As North America’s premier coal terminal, Westshore has contracts to ship coal from mines in British Columbia, Alberta, and the Northwestern United States. Coal is delivered to the terminal in trains operated by Canadian Pacific Railway, BNSF Railway, and Canadian National Railway.
Stock Chart & Metrics
- Ticker: TSE:wte
- Sector: Industrials
- Industry: Marine Shipping
- Market Cap: 1.58B
- Market Cap Group: Small Cap
- P/E: 16.56
- Dividend Yield: 5.54%
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Westshore Terminals - FAQ
What is the stock ticker for Westshore Terminals?
The stock ticker for Westshore Terminals is TSE:wte.
Is Westshore Terminals a good stock to buy?
You need to consider your investment strategy and how TSE:wte can fit in your portfolio.
The current dividend income score of 6/10 and dividend growth score of 1/10. Those 2 metrics together should help you decide the fit for your portfolio. Be it for income or for growth.
Is Westshore Terminals a Buy, Sell or Hold?
The Dividend Snapshot Opportunity Score of 33 out of 100.
The score reflects the strength of a buy signal but it does not show a sell signal if it's low. The higher the better.
A sell signal is more difficult as it often relies on the reason you bought the stock in the first place.