World rail freight news round-up

Canadian National’s Interim President & CEO JJ Ruest said the company would ‘quickly improve the movement of Western Canadian grain’.

Freight traffic has resumed on a 35 km section of the SNCF Réseau network between Oiry and Esternay, serving a cereal-growing area east of Paris. Funding for the €7m upgrade programme was provided by sources including the French government (€2∙25m), the Grand Est region (€1∙7m), SNCF Réseau (€1∙3m) and the ...

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