Gregory Aziz Leads Releasing Rail Cars For K+S Potash Canada

There are 500 rail cars that have delivered for transporting potash from K+S Potash Canada GP (KSPC) Legacy Project located near Bethune, SK. This will be transported to their facility in Port Moody, B.C for potash collection and storage.

 

Greg Aziz has been the source of this inspiration which led to the completion of this project. This is an exciting milestone for K+S Potash Canada. This work being done that involves moving their product to the market will always be considered as an important aspect of this Legacy Project. Hence delivering the first rail car by James Aziz symbolizes the continued progress of this Legacy Project along with the positive relationships they will both share as they both come together to build the company.

 

The Legacy Project from KSPC refers to the first new potash mine that has come in Saskatchewan after nearly 40 years. This is a brand-new facility. It will have loading requirements for its new product that must be provided at high speed. National Steel Car agreed to this challenge. Gregory J Aziz promoted the rail car design that was produced for KSPC and was an industry leader.

 

This company was selected by K+S Potash Canada for producing these rail cars for the new potash mine. Both the companies had been working on this project together since 2012. Hence Greg Aziz was proud to deliver them their first railroad car.

 

These are unique cars. They have the same capacity as any other regular car. The length is slightly lesser than a regular car. This would allow more cars to be accommodated per train. There will be a single opening that will be at the top of the car. This way the product can be loaded even while the train is in motion. See More Info on This Page.

 

Gregory Aziz specified that these freight trains would have 177 cars. There will be five locomotives that will pull these from the Saskatchewan prairies and take them through the Rocky Mountains. This will cover a total length of nearly 3 km. There will be the automatic unloading of trains into a warehouse. Or else it may be downloaded directly onto a ship. This will be at the facility of KSPC in Port Moody, B.C. From here the product will get shipped to various developing regions all across the world. Some part of this rail fleet can be used for transporting products to the US too.

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