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CP's acquisition of the Central Maine & Quebec Railroad (CMQ) gives us access to key Atlantic ports. Our network gained 481 miles of additional track in Canada and the U.S., with five short line connections and two port connections at Saint John, N.B. and Searsport, M.E.  We also have access to ten new transload locations that service numerous commodities. 

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The Port of Searsport has become a major shipping destination for wind energy developers. Searsport provides materials handling in many areas, including bulk, break-bulk, heavy lift and liquid transfer.

  • Capability to store and export petroleum and gas products
  • Export liquids to Europe and South America
  • Focus on steel and forest products, transload and break-bulk opportunities
  • 45 acres of land available for development
  • Capacity to store 1.1 million barrels of liquid products
  • Truck and rail loading racks
  • Five paved storage pads
  • 90,000 sq. ft. warehouse
  • 870,000 sq. ft. of dry bulk storage

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Through the acquisition of the CMQ, we now offer access to ten additional transload facilities that serve a variety of commodities, extending our reach into Quebec, Vermont, Maine and New Brunswick.

We have a dedicated CP transload team working in partnership with our third-party operators to deliver your goods to where they need to be.

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  • CP provides customers with superior access and optionality on the Atlantic Coast.
  • Our integrated team delivers improved fleet velocity, reduced transit times and provides enhanced operational and commercial services.
  • We have significant capacity for growth on our network to expand our services and create new solutions for our customers.
  • CP has approximately a 200 mile advantage from the East Coast into Montreal, Toronto and Chicago.

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