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New agreement to help keep ports running seven days a week

Published by Steve Coleman on November 03, 2011

A new agreement between CN and Ray-Mont Logistics is being touted as a logistical improvement for Canadian grain exports.

The supply chain agreement for the Vancouver and Montreal ports is expected to help improve the flow of specialty grains shipped by rail car to terminals for bagging and loading into bulk containers.

As a part of the deal, Ray-Mont will run the facilities seven days a week. CN will make sure there are enough rail cars in the right place at the right time.

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