CP, CBP Open New Border Station in Maine

Written by Marybeth Luczak, Executive Editor
“CP celebrated the opening of a new border station in Jackman, Maine today [May 17] with @CBP & @HapagLloydAG. This new live lift operation will help create a seamless service between @PortSaintJohn & terminals in Canada & the U.S.,” the Class I railroad reported on Twitter. Pictured: Hapag-Lloyd’s Jason Tock (left) and CP’s Todd Ferland. (Photograph Courtesy of CP via Twitter)

“CP celebrated the opening of a new border station in Jackman, Maine today [May 17] with @CBP & @HapagLloydAG. This new live lift operation will help create a seamless service between @PortSaintJohn & terminals in Canada & the U.S.,” the Class I railroad reported on Twitter. Pictured: Hapag-Lloyd’s Jason Tock (left) and CP’s Todd Ferland. (Photograph Courtesy of CP via Twitter)

With Canadian Pacific’s (CP) support, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has opened a new freight inspection facility that the Class I railroad says “will help to create a seamless flow of goods across the border between Quebec and Maine.”

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