ns throughout North America. Industrial and Consumer Products Industrial and consumer products traffic include a range of commodities grouped under chemicals, energy, and plastics, as well as mine, metals, and aggregates. The company’s industrial and consumer products traffic is dispersed across its Canadian and the U.S. network with primary bases in Alberta, Ontario, Quebec, and the Midwest U.S. It transports products to destinations throughout North America, including to and from ports. The company also participates in the movement of products from the U.S. to Canadian destinations, including chemicals originating in and around the Gulf Coast and destined to points in eastern Canada. Automotive Automotive traffic includes domestic, import, and pre-owned vehicles, as well as automotive parts. The company transports finished vehicles from the U.S. and Canadian assembly plants to the Canadian marketplace, and to other markets throughout North America through major interchanges at Detroit, Chicago, and Buffalo. It also moves imported vehicles to retail markets in Canada and the U.S. Midwest. A network of automotive compounds is utilized to facilitate final delivery of vehicles to dealers throughout Canada and in the U.S. Intermodal Domestic intermodal freight consists primarily of manufactured consumer products moving in containers. International intermodal freight moves in marine containers to and from ports and North American inland markets. Domestic Intermodal The company’s domestic intermodal business covers a spectrum of industries, including food, retail, less-than truckload shipping, trucking, forest products, and various other consumer-related products. The majority of its domestic intermodal business originates in Canada where the company markets its services directly to retailers, providing door-to-door service and maintaining direct relationships with its customers. In the U.S., its service is delivered mainly through wholesalers. International Intermodal The company’s international intermodal business consists primarily of containerized traffic moving between the ports in Vancouver, Montreal, New York and Philadelphia and inland points across Canada and the U.S. It is a major carrier of containers moving through the ports in Montreal and Vancouver. Import traffic from the Port Metro Vancouver is mainly long-haul business destined for eastern Canada and the U.S. Midwest and Northeast. Its trans-Pacific service offers the shortest route between the Port Metro Vancouver and Chicago. The company works with the Port of Montreal, a major year-round East Coast gateway to Europe, to serve markets primarily in Canada and the U.S. Midwest. Its U.S. Northeast service connects eastern Canada with the ports of Philadelphia and New York, offering an alternative to trucks. Railcar Fleet The company owns, leases, or manages approximately 47,600 freight cars. Approximately 16,300 are owned by the company, approximately 6,400 are hopper cars owned by Canadian federal and provincial government agencies and approximately 7,400 are leased on a short-term basis and 17,500 are held under long-term leases. Short-term leases on approximately 4,100 cars are scheduled to expire during 2014, and the leases on approximately 13,500 additional cars are scheduled to expire before the end of 2018. The company’s covered hopper car fleet, used for transporting regulated grain, consists of owned, leased and managed cars. A portion of the fleet used to transport export grain is leased from the Government of Canada. Locomotive Fleet The company’s locomotive fleet primarily includes high-adhesion alternating current locomotives. Its locomotive fleet includes 827 alternating current locomotives. Strategy The company is driving change as it moves through its transformational journey to become the best railroad in North America, while creating long-term value for shareholders. The company is focused on providing customers with industry leading rail service; optimizing its assets; operating safely; and developing people. Seasonality The company’s revenues are strongest in the fourth quarter (year e
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7550 Ogden Dale Road S.E.
Calgary, AB T2C 4X9
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