Effective 2 January, 2020, all Dry exports moving on the Canadian National Railway from the Toronto Brampton ramp and loading at the ports of Newark and Philadelphia were switched to begin departing from the Toronto Malport ramp. Refrigerated cargo will continue to load at Brampton, and imports from the ports of Newark and Philadelphia going to Toronto will continue to arrive at the Brampton ramp. This is strictly a rail ramp change for export Dry cargo, and there is no change to schedules or transit time.

While all affected bookings have been updated with the correct origin of Toronto Malport ramp, we wanted to also make sure you were informed of this change.

We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for doing business with us.

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