Hurricane Ida is stretching a shipping industry that is already paper-thin.
Kansas City Southern
MidRail LLC Chairman Gil Lamphere offers his views on the competition between Canadian Pacific and CN to acquire Kansas City Southern, discussing the details of voting trusts and the role of the Surface Transportation Board, and other railroad merger-related issues, with Railway Age Editor-in-Chief William C. Vantuono.
Rail Group On Air: Canadian Pacific’s Keith Creel, Mark Redd and John Brooks discuss merging with KCS
Canadian Pacific President and CEO Keith Creel, Executive Vice President Operations Mark Redd and Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer John Brooks discuss CP’s proposed merger with Kansas City Southern with Railway Age Editor-in-Chief William C. Vantuono. Podcast Sponsored by TrinityRail.
Although it’s a different company and a short line now, the grand old name of the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Railroad is associated with news headlines.
Rail Group On Air: Canadian Pacific/Kansas City Southern merger with Keith Creel and Pat Ottensmeyer
Early on March 21, the big announcement came: Canadian Pacific Railway will acquire Kansas City Southern in a cash and stock transaction worth $29 billion in U.S. dollars.
Kansas City Southern (KCS) (NYSE:KSU) reported strong fourth quarter and full year 2020 results, despite significant operating and economic challenges. Fourth Quarter 2020 Fourth quarter revenues were $693.4 million, a decrease of
Brightline West high-speed rail construction expected to start soon, but work can still be scratched Train derails in Texas; railcars spill onto street Maryland lawmakers’ concerns about fate of Purple Line project
A Kansas City Southern train derailed near the Texas-Louisiana border on Oct. 29, causing schools to be evacuated and motorists to flee to safety as the railcars spilled in front of them.
While the pandemic has certainly impacted rail revenues in 2020, including in the third quarter, no one really knew what to expect from the Q3 2020 earnings reports. Kansas City Southern released
The New Orleans & Gulf Coast Railway is going to use money from the U.S. DOT’s Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvement Grant (CRISI) for safety upgrades and rehabilitation. The short-liner received