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Railway Giants End Merger Talks
Railway Giants End Merger Talks
Wednesday October 22, 03:04 PM
CALGARY, AB — Talks of a merger between Canadian Pacific (CP) Railway and CSX Corp. have ended and no further talks are planned, CP announced.
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TrailerTails, Longer B-Trains OK'd
TrailerTails, Longer B-Trains OK'd
Friday October 10, 02:11 PM
OTTAWA -- Longer B-trains, tridem-drive tractor recognition, and approval for full-length TrailerTails... we've got 'em all.
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U.S.-NAFTA Trade Exceeds $100 Billion for 5th Month In a Row
U.S.-NAFTA Trade Exceeds $100 Billion for 5th Month In a Row
Friday September 26, 04:01 PM
WASHINGTON, DC — More freight moved across the Canada-U.S. and U.S.-Mexico borders in July compared to the same time last year and most of that freight was moved by trucks, according to figu...
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Trucker Caught with About $1.8M of Illegal Tobacco
Trucker Caught with About $1.8M of Illegal Tobacco
Monday September 08, 09:26 AM
MONTREAL, QC— A truck driver was arrested by the Canada Border Service Agency (CBSA) after 15,330 kg of tobacco was found in his tractor semi-trailer on August 20.
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Cross-Border Trade Sees Biggest Jump of 2014
Cross-Border Trade Sees Biggest Jump of 2014
Wednesday September 03, 02:07 PM
WASHINGTON, DC — Truckers hauled 10.2 percent more goods between the U.S. and its NAFTA partners, Canada and Mexico, in June ’14 than in June ’13, totaling $103 billion, according the U.S. T...
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Truck Into the U.S.? Form 2290 Due Right Now
Truck Into the U.S.? Form 2290 Due Right Now
Tuesday September 02, 02:49 PM
Neenah, WI— Do you truck into the States? Today’s the last day to fill out the American Internal Revenue Service Form 2290, the Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax Return.
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U.S. Rail Delays Pass Coal-Transport Business to Truckers
U.S. Rail Delays Pass Coal-Transport Business to Truckers
Friday August 29, 10:16 AM
AKRON, OH— Truckers are making more frequent trips to U.S. coal-burning power plants because of a U.S.-wide rail bottleneck situation which has forced some of the plants to turn to trucks an...
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U.S.-Bound Container Ships Divert to Canadian Ports
U.S.-Bound Container Ships Divert to Canadian Ports
Wednesday August 27, 01:04 PM
PRINCE RUPERT, BC — Container ships from China, bound for the U.S., are diverting through Canadian ports to avoid delays from a looming strike at U.S. West Coast ports.
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