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Grain Performance for 2019-20 crop year

Working in close collaboration with Canadian government officials, CP has developed a system that allows for open and transparent sharing of information to government on its grain movements. 

In addition to the information being shared with Transport Canada, CP voluntarily publishes a weekly supply chain scorecard. The scorecard outlines CP's performance for the previous grain week and includes, when necessary, detailed information on any internal or external factors affecting grain movement. The scorecard includes movements of Western Canadian grain and grain products consistent with those required by the minimum mandate legislation of 2013-14, as well as movements of soybeans and other non-regulated principal field crops.

Supply Chain Scorecard for Week 9


​Thunder Bay​Vancouver​Eastern Canada​Western Canada​
​US Destinations​Total
​​Metric Tonnes​​​​
​​Week 9, September 29 - October 5179,462
257,459
14,921
16,056
62,547
530,445
  • CP moved 530,445 metric tonnes of Canadian grain and grain products in Week 9.
  • CP continues to efficiently manage surplus grain transportation capacity related to lower than expected demand.
  • With winter quickly approaching, CP encourages all customers to read our Customer Safety Handbook for an overview of best practices at customer facilities during winter weather conditions.
​​Week 8, September 22 - September 28105,962
318,399
8,949
9,156
104,043
546,509
  • CP moved 546,509 metric tonnes of Canadian grain and grain products in Week 8.
  • Recent snow and rain across the Prairies continues to delay harvest.
  • CP has seen a minor increase in demand for grain transportation service, but demand for available capacity continues to lag behind expectations.
  • CP has published its 2019-2020 winter plan. Click here to read how CP plans to respond to adverse winter conditions.
​​Week 7, September 15 - September 21133,091
299,214
7,346
7,262
83,738
530,651
  • CP moved 530,561 metric tonnes of Canadian grain and grain products in Week 7.
  • Wet weather continues to impede the harvest across the Prairies, leaving farmers well behind historical averages for this time.
  • CP will continue to work closely with customers and the supply chain to minimize lost shipping capacity due to harvest delays.
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​CP’s Performance to 2019-20 Crop Year, including Week 9



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