Company plan to address grain backlog forcing elevators to cancel orders.
THE Canadian Pacific (CP) website has a slogan that says, "What used to arrive today now gets there yesterday," but increasing criticism resulting from an average delay of 12 weeks for grain shipments could have the company reconsidering the use of that statement.
On Aug. 22, CP updated its plan to resolve the backlog of unfilled grain car orders in response
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