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CN expands in western Canada, agrees to acquire link to Prince Rupert

THE Canadian National Railway (CN) is expanding with two additional major export supply chain projects focused on maximising the use of rail into the Port of Prince Rupert in British Columbia, reported Milwaukee's Progressive Railroading

CN expands in western Canada, agrees to acquire link to Prince Rupert

THE Canadian National Railway (CN) is expanding with two additional major export supply chain projects focused on maximising the use of rail into the Port of Prince Rupert in British Columbia, reported Milwaukee's Progressive Railroading

16 May 2019 - 19:00

THE Canadian National Railway (CN) is expanding with two additional major export supply chain projects focused on maximising the use of rail into the Port of Prince Rupert in British Columbia, reported Milwaukee's Progressive Railroading.

The first train of thermal coal from Coalspur Mines Ltd's Vista Mine in Hinton, Alberta, has shipped to Ridley Terminals. CN is also delivering the first unit train of propane from Alberta for export via the new AltaGas Ridley Island Propane Export Terminal, according to a CN press release.



'Our objective is to help create export supply chains that get national resources to the best markets for our customers,' said CN president and CEO JJ Ruest.



'As these new projects and our record grain movements for the month of April demonstrate, our capital investments are strengthening our existing network and expanding our capacity to move more western Canadian natural resources to market safely and efficiently,' he said.


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