Canadian Pacific and Taiwan-based Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp. have entered into a three-year partnership to connect Yang Ming customers with North America via the Port of Vancouver in British Columbia.
Port of Vancouver
While U.S. grain farmers wrangle with tariffs, bankruptcies and uncertainty, suppliers north of the border helped Canadian Pacific ring up another month of record shipments.
While the United States battles with trade partners, Canada plans improvements to its global supply chain network.
CN is investing C$400 million in new capacity this year, primarily in western Canada and the Edmonton-Chicago corridor. Projects currently in progress include 60 miles of double track, 11 new sidings or siding extensions, and eight yard expansions. All should be completed in November.