Port dedicates empty railcars to move ag cargo

Port dedicates empty railcars to move ag cargo

Agreement between port and ag department will turn empty train cars into opportunity and economic growth.

TO help improve grain movement challenges in the Northwest, Todd Coleman, chief executive officer of the Port of Vancouver, Wash., recently traveled to Fargo, N.D., to sign a memorandum of understanding with Doug Goehring, commissioner of the North Dakota Department of Agriculture.

The memorandum, which will also strengthen trade connections between the Pacific Rim and the Midcontinent, will allow the port to provide dedicated rail service (DRS) to

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