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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Thu Apr 17, 2014 03:55 PM CDT

As the railways move towards their combined one million metric tonnes of weekly grain movement, concerns remain that the railways can continue to favor certain shipping lanes and shipping regions in order to meet their goals, while other areas may continue to struggle for movement.

Social media communications suggest the same, that certain shipping points located in convenient locations or with unit-train shipping capabilities are being serviced well, as compared to smaller plants that may be situated at not as convenient locations. At the same time, the railways have intentionally reduced U.S. movement due to car cycle times related to ...

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