“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, CBP Open New Border Station in Maine

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.”

CP regained access to the Port of Saint John, N.B., in June with its acquisition of the Central Maine & Quebec Railway and through connections with the Eastern Maine and New Brunswick Southern railways.

CP Building New Brunswick Intermodal Business

Canadian Pacific (CP) is building business at the Port of Saint John in New Brunswick with an extension of its service agreement with global liner shipping company Hapag-Lloyld AG, which will begin regular intermodal service via CP from the Atlantic Canada port starting in 2021.