AAR praises new trade pact

The United States, Canada and Mexico agreed to a trade deal to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and North American railroads are welcoming the new arrangement.

KCS builds on the promise of NAFTA

More than 20 years after Kansas City Southern helped lay the foundation for seamless U.S.-Mexico rail freight movements when it won the concession to operate Mexico’s principal rail corridor, KCS helped dedicate a new, joint Unified Cargo Processing facility at the Laredo, Tex., railroad border crossing.