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Canadian Pacific: “A chill from up North” Canadian Pacific on June 21, 2016 provided an earnings outlook for the year’s second-quarter “due to lower-than-anticipated volumes in bulk commodities, such as grain and potash, the unexpected and devastating wildfires in northern Alberta and a strengthening Canadian dollar.”

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Luc Jobin, incoming president and chief executive officer of CN announced on June 27th the appointments of Mike Cory as executive vice-president and chief operating officer, and Ghislain Houle as executive vice-president and chief financial officer. Cory's and Houle's appointments will...
mosseri-joins-parsons-as-vp-and-new-york-region-business-development-manager
Parsons announced that Gill Mosseri recently joined the corporation as Vice President and New York Region Business Development Manager for its Infrastructure business unit (BU). The Infrastructure BU provides full-service engineering and management services in the aviation, rail and transit, transportation-related...
uics-loubinoux-awarded-bics-global-rail-freight-honor
The Bureau International des Containers (BIC) announced on June 23 that Jean-Pierre Loubinoux, General Director, International Union of Railways, (UIC) has won the 2016 BIC Award. The BIC award was presented to Loubinoux at a gala dinner hosted at UIC’s Global...
time-again-to-reason-together
At a time when polemics is delivering knockout blows to civil discourse and collaboration, a 78-year-old former amateur boxer—still punching above his weight—has advice on peaceful dispute resolution that lawmakers, regulators, rail executives and labor leaders would do well to...
grain-gain-helps-offset-coal-and-crude-crash
In reporting U.S. rail traffic for the week ending June 18, 2016, the Association of American Railroads noted a large increase in grain shipments that partially offset substantial losses in coal and petroleum products. The week’s 516,096 carloads and intermodal units...

grain-gain-helps-offset-coal-and-crude-crash
In reporting U.S. rail traffic for the week ending June 18, 2016, the Association of American Railroads noted a large increase in grain shipments that partially offset substantial losses in coal and petroleum products. The week’s 516,096 carloads and intermodal units...
canadian-pacific-“a-chill-from-up-north”
Canadian Pacific on June 21, 2016 provided an earnings outlook for the year’s second-quarter “due to lower-than-anticipated volumes in bulk commodities, such as grain and potash, the unexpected and devastating wildfires in northern Alberta and a strengthening Canadian dollar.” CP said...
jason-seidl-a-look-ahead-to-the-second-quarter
As the industry continues to weather the current economic storm, Cowen and Company Managing Director and Railway Age Wall Street Contributing Editor Jason Seidl offers the following analysis: “We’re adjusting estimates for much of our rail coverage ahead of 2Q16 results....
stb-initiates-proceeding-to-expedite-rate-cases
The Surface Transportation Board (STB) issued an Advanced Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPR) on June 15, 2016 outlining measures to expedite its handling of rate cases. The ANPR implements Section 11 of the Surface Transportation Board Reauthorization Act of 2015, which...
csx-listed-as-one-of-best-places-to-work-in-information-technology-for-fourth-consecutive-year
For the fourth consecutive year, CSX was named one of IDG Computerworld’s Best Places to Work in IT, ranking number 41 among large organizations. “CSX is proud to have created an environment in which our people feel empowered and challenged by...