CP’s Creel: KCS merger effort has picked up where it left off

CP and KCS officials signed their new merger agreement Sept. 16 and are back to work with promoting and advancing the marriage, Creel says. They anticipate an STB decision on CPKC in late 2022. Canadian Pacific

“It’s been quite a journey. But we stuck with the facts. This is an ideal end-to-end combination that creates the first U.S.-Mexico-Canada rail network with new single-line offerings and provides new competitive transportation options,” CP President and Chief Executive Officer Keith Creel said during a Sept. 17 phone interview. “Now, we have picked up where we left off. We are getting back to work.” 


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