All CSX articles

  • 2015-Chevrolet-BoltEV-Concept-exterior-005
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    Bigger vehicles, bigger challenges

    2018-11-02T16:56:20Z

    Last year, GM sold around 3m vehicles in the US, with roughly 775,000 imported from Canada and Mexico and the rest coming from around the world, mainly from South Korea, China and Europe. Combining deep-sea and short-sea volumes, the carmaker used seaports to receive close to 200,000 vehicles into the ...

  • DOT_Florence
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    Auto industry still assessing impact of hurricane

    2018-09-19T10:34:49Z

    It is still too early to determine the full impact on the North American automotive supply chain of last week's Hurricane Florence, which hit the east coast of the US over the weekend and brought destruction to large areas of North and South Carolina. The hurricane, which caused damage to ...

  • BNSF Abo-Canyon-3460
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    When will services be back on track?

    2018-07-09T14:12:23Z

    The state of the rail freight service in the US has been a leading topic of conversation for several months within vehicle supply chains, with discussions still ongoing between OEMs and rail providers. Questions around the availability of capacity and transit delays that have disrupted the timing of finished vehicle ...

  • E-Hunter-Harrison
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    CSX head Hunter Harrison dies after illness

    2017-12-20T14:20:23Z

    E Hunter Harrison (pictured), president and CEO of North America railroad company CSX, has passed away at the age of 73, following “unexpectedly severe complications” from a recent illness, according to a statement from the company. Harrison was placed on medical leave on Thursday December 14 th but died ...

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    Foote joins CSX as chief operating officer

    2017-11-01T16:03:20Z

    North American rail provider CSX has announced the appointment of James Foote (left) as chief operating officer (COO). Foote will take on the responsibilities of Cindy Sanborn, the current COO, and Fredrik Eliasson, chief sales and marketing officer, both of whom plan to resign with effect from November 15 th ...