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December 05, 2018 | Railway Age
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Record Mark for CP Grain as New Train Debuts

Canadian Pacific moved more than 17,150 carloads to the Asian export gateway

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CP announced Dec. 4 that November volume broke its previous record for carloads of Western Canadian grain and grain products shipped to the Port of Vancouver, reports Railway Age.

At the same time, it unveiled its first High Efficiency Product (HEP) unit grain train, consisting of new high-capacity hoppers at an elevator near Moose Jaw, SK.

Canadian Pacific moved more than 17,150 carloads, or 1.54 million tonnes, to the Asian export gateway.

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