Canadian Pacific Railway acquired Kansas City Southern, one of the largest transporters of base oil and lubricants from the United States into Mexico, for $25 billion, the companies announced earlier this week. The deal combines each company’s railways to form the first network that extends from Canada to Mexico.
Canadian Pacific’s system extends across Canada and the Upper Midwest United States, and Kansas City Southern’s network runs through the Southeast United States and Mexico. The two systems will connect in Kansas City, Missouri, where they already interchange and operate a shared facility.
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