Canadian Rail and Agri-Marché collaborate in supply chain

18-10-2011 | |

Canadian National Rail (CN) and feed miller Agri-Marché have signed an agreement to promote greater efficiencies in the Quebec grain supply chain and to deliver better customer service.

The parties will measure performance against specific targets and identify ways to mutually improve the grain distribution supply chain. CN delivers grain to Agri-Marché at Saint-Isidore, located southeast of Quebec City.
Doug MacDonald, CN vice-president, corporate marketing, said: "Our agreement with Agri-Marché provides the both of us with the tools to do a better job of serving the end-customers."
Jean-Pierre Brochu, operations manager of Agri-Marché, said: "We have seen a solid improvement in CN’s performance as a result of its increased customer collaboration and efforts to improve supply chain efficiencies."
Privately held Agri-Marché, based in Saint-Isidore, Quebec, owns and operates animal feed mills and supplies, and provides various animal feeds and services. The company was founded in 1913 and operates as a subsidiary of Groupe Brochu.
Canadian National Railway Company and its operating railway subsidiaries – spans Canada and mid-America, from the Atlantic and Pacific oceans to the Gulf of Mexico.

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