CN on pace to meet western Canadian grain hauling demand

CN on pace to meet western Canadian grain hauling demand

SEVEN months into the current 2014-15 crop year, the Canadian National Railway Co. (CN) said it continues its record-setting pace of western Canadian grain shipments.

As of the last week of February, CN had moved, on average, approximately 4,700 grain hoppers weekly in western Canada — a full 21% more than during the same period of the record crop year of 2013-14.

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