Canadian National Railway (CN) is Canada's #1 railroad and one of the largest in North America. It operates a network of about 20,000 route miles of track spanning Canada and the US, connecting the Atlantic, the Pacific, and the Gulf of Mexico. Crossing the continent north-south and east-west, CN hauls such freight as coal, forest products, petroleum and chemicals, and grain and fertilizers. It operates about 20 intermodal terminals, which transfer freight between truck and train, and 80 warehousing and distribution facilities. Other transportation services include international freight forwarding. CN's revenues are fairly balanced among Canadian traffic, US traffic, transborder traffic, and overseas traffic.
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- ASSETS (MIL USD) 32,883
REVENUE (MIL USD)
- TICKER SYMBOL CNR
- Incorporated 1919
- FISCAL YEAR END DEC
- SALES GROWTH % 4.16%
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Jean-Jacques RuestPresident and Member of the Board of Directors
Sean FinnExecutive Vice President
Rob ReillyExecutive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Ghislain HouleExecutive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer