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CN has announced that Rob Reilly, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, will assume interim responsibility for the company’s Information and Technology function, while the company carries out a global search for a Chief Information and Technology Officer.
Reilly gained leadership and innovation experience in rail operations and field application of rail technologies at BNSF, at which he worked for 30 years in a variety of roles. He will continue to aim to deliver on operational excellence and the implementation of advanced information technologies as a driver for safety, customer and shareholder value, and the company’s strategy to enhance its scheduled railroading model.
“On behalf of the Board of Directors and CN, I would like to thank Michael for his contribution and dedication over the last two years at CN,” said JJ Ruest, President and CEO, CN. “He has been responsible for leading CN’s digital transformation and important technological advances such as Positive Train Control, and other key innovation initiatives that are now well advanced. Michael leaves a strong team in place.”
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