BNSF connection will give shippers direct access to customers

06/13/2013 | World Construction Network

An $88.5 million commodity-logistics center is being built in Saskatchewan, Canada, by Ceres Global Ag Corp. When it's done, the facility will connect to a BNSF line, giving shippers direct access to customers in 28 states, several Pacific and Gulf ports and Mexico and more than 45 crude-by-rail destinations, according to Ceres.

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