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CN announces new COO and chief information technology officer

THE Canadian National Railway (CN) has announced Rob Reilly will become vice president and chief operating officer on July 1 and Michael Foster will become vice president and chief information and technology officer on June 3

CN announces new COO and chief information technology officer

THE Canadian National Railway (CN) has announced Rob Reilly will become vice president and chief operating officer on July 1 and Michael Foster will become vice president and chief information and technology officer on June 3

23 May 2019 - 19:00

THE Canadian National Railway (CN) has announced Rob Reilly will become vice president and chief operating officer on July 1 and Michael Foster will become vice president and chief information and technology officer on June 3.

Mr Reilly has 30 years of experience in the rail industry, starting in 1989 when he joined the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe, now known as BNSF.



Mr Foster joined CN from FedEx in March 2018 as chief information and technology officer. He has led the deployment of new technologies to enhance the safety of CN's operations and efficiency of supply chain services, while delivering on technological advances such as positive train control, automated track and train inspections, as well as mobile devices for frontline employees.



Said CN president and CEO JJ Ruest: 'These appointments are part of our strategy to enhance our scheduled railroading model.'.



As part of the executive team changes, Mike Cory will retire as vice president and COO on June 30.



'Mike Cory had a tremendous 38-year career at CN. I wish him the very best in his retirement,' Mr Ruest said.


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