CN Supporting Supply Chain Education, Research

Over the last five years, CN has worked with the Centre to support student internships as well as a cooperative education program, in which students are employed at CN; to establish a “CN Fellow” in Supply Chain Management; and to hold an annual conference on supply chain and logistics in Milton, Ontario.

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[NL / Expert] Alpha Trains G2000 in a new design for HSL Netherlands

Rolled out today: Alpha Trains ‘1324’ in a new design for HSL Netherlands.

New Translink Contract for 145 Wrightbus Zero and Low Emission Buses. 

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The decarbonisation of public transport in Northern Ireland has taken a significant leap forward with a new contract for 145 zero and low emission buses.

AAR: November Rail Traffic ‘Making Up Lost Ground’

Intermodal growth—driven by import volumes and internet purchasing by consumers, Gray said—again offset carload declines. U.S. rail traffic for November—2,036,889 carloads and intermodal units—rose 3.1%, compared with November 2019.

CN Veteran Harris Assisting Wi-Tronix® LLC

Harris has more than 25 years investigating incidents in CN’s Claims and Legal departments as well as extensive experience in the Safety and Regulatory area, which included interaction with the FRA (Federal Railroad Administration) as well as participation on AAR (Association of American Railroads) committees.

Majority of German freight wagons will now run with quiet brake blocks

According to RailWatch, a data company dealing with digitalisation in the rail freight sector, 99 per cent of the German freight wagons are now operating with quiet brake blocks.

UK Rail industry refutes Christmas works postponement stories

The Railway Industry Association, the trade body for UK rail suppliers, has hit back at recent reports that essential upgrades to the railways over Christmas should not go ahead.

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