CALGARY, Alta. — Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) says it has increased its transport options thanks to the EMP Container Program, broadening the range of intermodal services in North America.
EMP gives CPR shipping customers between Canada, the U.S. and Mexico access to one of the largest service networks for domestic containers serving major centres such as Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Winnipeg.
CPR is the first Canadian-based railway to offer a full choice of cross-border container options. The expanded EMP participation will provide greater flexibility and better access to modern equipment.
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