New Squamish Terminals Ltd. servicing agreement
A new servicing agreement is in place with Squamish Terminals Ltd., its pulp producing customers, and the railway.
The deal will see the Canadian National Railway provide 7 day a week service to the Squamish Terminals. In return, Squamish Terminals will guarantee to unload pulp cars daily.
Forest companies involved in the agreement:
- Tembec Inc.
- West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.
- Canfor Pulp Limited Partnership
- Daishowa Marubeni International Ltd.
“Seven-day-a-week unloading at the terminal will help to reduce potential issues in the supply chain and will support our efforts to ensure customers receive more consistent supplies,” added Marc Leblanc, logistics manager of Tembec.
Squamish Terminals is a wholly owned subsidiary of Grieg Star Shipping AS of Norway.
Servicing agreement expected to increase pulp flow through Squamish Terminals – CN Rail will now provide service seven days a week (The Vancouver Sun)
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