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“Blume’s asset management solution is well established as the marketplace where IMCs obtain railroad-owned intermodal equipment,” Blume Global CEO Pervinder Johar said Sept. 11. “We look forward to helping CPKC expand their business in the U.S.”
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Supply Side: Blume Global, Rio Tinto IOC, Wabtec

Canadian Pacific Kansas City (CPKC) will use Blume Global’s asset management system to foster intermodal traffic growth. Also, Rio Tinto’s Iron Ore Company of Canada (Rio Tinto IOC) is donating C$4 million to a Quebec college for a new training, research and innovation pavilion for the rail, industrial maintenance and energy intelligence industries; and Penn State names Wabtec Corporation as its 2023 Corporate Partner of the Year.

“As we look toward the upcoming 2023-2024 crop year, CPKC is once again well prepared to move Canada’s grain crop to market, just as we have throughout our 142-year history,” said Keith Creel, CPKC President and CEO. “We have the capacity and the team to deliver for our grain customers and the Canadian economy during the upcoming crop year.” (CPKC Photograph)

CPKC Issues 2023-24 Grain Service Outlook Report

Canadian Pacific Kansas City (CPKC) on July 31 published its Grain Service Outlook Report, as required by section 151.01(1) of the Canada Transportation Act. It provides an assessment of the newly merged Class I’s ability to move grain during the 2023-24 crop year, taking into account the total volume of grain expected to be hauled.

Canada TSB: UDR Led to 2019 CP Train Derailment

The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) on July 19 released its investigation report into the January 2019 Canadian Pacific (CP) freight train derailment in the Upper Spiral Tunnel, near Field, British Columbia (BC), citing the undesired release of air brakes (UDR) as the cause.

CPKC (William C. Vantuono Photograph)

CPKC Issues 2022 Sustainability Data Report

Canadian Pacific Kansas City (CPKC) on June 23 published its first Sustainability Data Report highlighting developments from 2022 for Canadian Pacific (CP) and Kansas City Southern (KCS), which on April 14 merged

Greg Regan, President of the Transportation Trades Department (TTD), AFL-CIO

TTD to Biden: Maintain STB’s Chairmanship

Removing Surface Transportation Board (STB) Chair Martin J. Oberman or failing to reappoint him “would undermine the significant progress the Board has made during his tenure,” Transportation Trades Department (TTD), AFL-CIO President