nects with the Union Pacific Railroad (UP) at Kingsgate and with Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC (BNSF) at Coutts, Alberta, and at New Westminster and Huntingdon in B.C. This corridor also connects with Canadian National Railway Company (CN) at many locations, including Thunder Bay, Winnipeg, Regina and Saskatoon in Saskatchewan, Red Deer, Camrose, Calgary and Edmonton in Alberta and various locations in the Greater Vancouver area. Yards and Repair Facilities: The company supports rail operations on the Western Corridor with main rail yards at Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Moose Jaw in Saskatchewan, Winnipeg and Thunder Bay. The company also has major intermodal terminals at Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Regina and Winnipeg. The company has locomotive and rail car repair facilities at Golden, B.C., Vancouver, Calgary, Moose Jaw and Winnipeg. The Central Corridor: Moose Jaw or Winnipeg to Chicago and Kansas City The Central Corridor connects with the Western Corridor at Moose Jaw and Winnipeg. By running south to Chicago and Kansas City through the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota and Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the company provides a direct, single-carrier route between western Canada and the U.S. Midwest, providing access to Great Lakes and Mississippi River ports. From La Crosse, Wisconsin, the Central Corridor continues south towards Kansas City through the Quad Cities, providing a route for traffic destined for southern U.S. and Mexican markets. The company’s Kansas City line also has a direct connection into Chicago and by extension to points east on its network, such as Toronto, Ontario and the Port of Montreal. Products: Traffic transported on the Central Corridor include intermodal containers from the Port Metro Vancouver, fertilizers, chemicals, crude, grain, automotive and other agricultural products. Feeder Lines: The company has operating rights over the BNSF line between Minneapolis and the twin ports of Duluth, Minnesota and Superior, Wisconsin. The company maintains its own yard facilities at the Twin Ports that provide an outlet for grain from the U.S. Midwest to the grain terminals at these ports, and a strategic entry point for large dimensional shipments that can be routed through the company’s network to locations, such as Alberta’s Industrial Heartland to serve the needs of the oil sands and energy industry. The DM&E route from Winona, Minnesota to Tracy, Minnesota provides access to key agricultural and industrial commodities. The company’s feeder line between Drake and Newtown in North Dakota is geographically situated in a highly-strategic region for Bakken oil production. The company also owns two significant feeder lines in North Dakota and western Minnesota operated by the Dakota Missouri Valley and Western Railroad, and the Northern Plains Railroad respectively. Both of these short lines are also active in providing service to agricultural and Bakken-oil related customers. Connections: The company’s Central Corridor connects with all major railways at Chicago. Outside of Chicago, the company has major connections with BNSF at Minneapolis and at Minot, North Dakota and with UP at St. Paul. The company connects with CN at Milwaukee and Chicago. At Kansas City, the company connects with Kansas City Southern (KCS), BNSF, Norfolk Southern Corporation (NS), and UP. The company’s Central Corridor also links to various shortline railways that primarily serve grain and coal producing areas in the U.S., and extend its market reach in the rich agricultural areas of the U.S. Midwest. Yards and Repair Facilities: The company supports rail operations on the Central Corridor with main rail yards in Chicago, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, St. Paul and Glenwood in Minnesota, and Mason City and Nahant in Iowa. The company owns 49% of the Indiana Harbor Belt Railroad, a switching railway serving Greater Chicago and northwest Indiana, and has a major intermodal terminal in Chicago and one in Minneapolis. In addition, the company has a major locomotive repair facility at St. Paul and car repair facilities at St. Paul and Chicago. The company shares a yard with KCS in Kansas City. The Ea
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7550 Ogden Dale Road S.E.
Calgary, AB T2C 4X9
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