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CP takes advantage of holdings to open Vancouver Automotive Compound


The Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) is using its strategic land holdings to support sustainable, profitable growth and alleviate capacity and congestion for automakers shipping to and from Vancouver with the opening of its new Vancouver Automotive Compound (VAC).
The VAC is in a prime location to handle vehicles made in North America for distribution in British Columbia, northern Washington State and Alberta, as well as vehicles imported through the Port of Vancouver.
Vancouver is Canada's primary automotive gateway for Asian imports and one of the largest destination markets," said CP vice president Jonathan Wahba. "With capacity to accommodate 168,000 vehicles annually, the VAC will provide an important service to our customers while delivering sustainable, long-term growth for our shareholders."
With surging volumes in the area, CP built the VAC on 19 acres of CP-owned land adjacent to CP's Vancouver Intermodal Terminal. The compound has capacity for 36 multi-level auto racks and has nearly 1,200 bays for vehicles.
CP recently won awards from Toyota USA, Toyota Canada, and American Honda, including the 2018 Toyota Logistics Quality Award, said a company statement.

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