The new Canada-Mexico trains

After the merger with Kansas City Southern (KCS), the Canadian company Canadian Pacific (CP) will open the first route connecting by train the three trade partner countries that are  Mexico, the United States, and Canada (CUSMA). The Canadian Pacific rail network will have a length of 32,000 kilometers.

Keith Creel, President and CEO of CP, commented: “This transaction will transform North America, generating significant positive impacts for our employees, customers, communities and shareholders. It is the first United States-Mexico-Canada railroad joining two companies that provide quality services to their customers. CP and KCS have been two top rail companies in terms of revenue growth for the last three years. “

Sources of employment and an improvement in public services, trade, and the economic development of North America, are some of the benefits expected with this engineering work, unprecedented in history.

Jonathan Fuentes

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