CN RAIL UPDATE – BC Wildfires

Dear Customer, We would like to update you on the network operations in Western Canada. The province of British Columbia is currently battling numerous fires as a result of the severe heat that has been impacting the province since the beginning of July. CN would like to advise our customers that the BC Wildfire Service…

Update: Network Operations in Western Canada

We would like to update you on the network operations in Western Canada in relation to the wildfires in the Lytton, B.C. area.  CN has received a cease operations order from Transport Canada, effective for a period of 48 hours as of July 9, 2021 00:01PT between Kamloops and Boston Bar, British Columbia. All rail operations, except those required for emergency fire response or maintenance and…

Temps de séjour dans les ports de la côte ouest et est du Canada

Les retards et les temps de séjour accrus persisteront dans les ports de la côte ouest et est du Canada au cours des prochaines semaines, en raison de facteurs liés à la congestion, à l’augmentation des volumes et aux retards causés par la transition du conteneur au transport ferroviaire. Pour les ports de la côte…

Dwell Times at Canadian West & East Coast Ports

Ongoing delays and increased dwell times will persist at Canadian west & east coast ports for the next several weeks, This due to factors related to congestion, increased volumes and delays caused by container to rail transition. For East coast ports increased dwell times are directly related to re-routing of vessels during the Montreal Port…

Canada – Temps de séjour dans les ports de la côte ouest

Les conteneurs d’importation maritime destinés aux villes intérieures canadiennes qui transitent par les ports de Vancouver et de Prince Rupert connaissent actuellement des temps de séjour dans les terminaux plus longs que la normale. Différents facteurs contribuent à ces retards, notamment : des irrégularités dans les horaires des navires, la réduction de la vitesse, l’incapacité des…

Canada – West Coast Port Dwell Times

Import ocean containers destined for Canadian inland points that are transiting through the ports of Vancouver and Prince Rupert have been experiencing longer than normal terminal dwell times.  A number of factors are contributing to these delays including; vessel schedule irregularities, slow steaming, vessels unable to berth on schedule, port congestion, cargo volume surges, and ongoing rail car shortages.  In addition, Inter-modal traffic delays combined with lag…