New rail service to cut costs, time for Ind. businesses

04/29/2013 | Indianapolis Business Journal

Canadian National and Indiana Rail Road's joint intermodal rail service, which will bypass the congested Chicago area, is expected to allow businesses in Indiana to save time and money, according to economic development officials. The service, which will begin on July 1, involves the transportation of imports and exports between Indianapolis and the Vancouver and Prince Rupert ports in Canada. "This will help all businesses in central Indiana because we now have a direct rail option," said Chip Edgington, OSP Group's vice president of operations.

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