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CPR promotes three execs


Last week, Canadian Pacific Railway announced three executive appointments.

The Class I named Neal Foot executive vice president of operations and Brock Winter, senior VP of operations to succeed Foot. The railroad also appointed Judy Harrower to the newly created position of assistant VP-bulk.

A 35-year CPR veteran, Foot previously served as VP of engineering and mechanical services, VP of mechanical services, and VP and chief operating officer of the Class I’s Soo Line Railway subsidiary.

Most recently VP of operations, Winter has served CPR for more than 25 years. He has held a number of marketing, sales, quality support, customer service, field operations and transportation positions.

Most recently AVP of agri-business, Harrower now will be responsible for all customer accounts in agri-business, coal, fertilizers and sulphur. Since joining CPR more than 20 years ago, she has held various marketing, sales, operations and commercial development posts.

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