A COVID-induced supply chain spiral led to a logistical conundrum that forced shippers and executive teams to adapt to an ever-changing global environment. As the dust begins to settle, we, at Cowen Research, are taking a closer look at the more long-lasting changes across the supply chain and consumers. A multi-sector angle provides insight into the long-term impact for supply chains and beneficiaries of these shifts.
Norfolk Southern (NS), Union Pacific (UP), the Port of Virginia and Hapag-Lloyd are offering shippers a new option to reach West Coast markets, NS reported on June 8.
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.”
The government of Canada and the province of New Brunswick on May 25 announced multi-million investments to boost shipping capacity in St. John and McAdam.
Canadian Pacific (CP) and Hapag-Lloyd AG on April 25 reported an additional call, via a seasonal extra loader, at New Brunswick’s Port St. John. This follows their inaugural service call in May 2021.
Canadian Pacific (CP) and Kansas City Southern (KCS) have announced that more than 405 customers and stakeholders are backing their planned combination, “CPKC.”
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.