Pacific Canadian Railroad

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Business

 

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Denny H

 

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September 24, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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This resulted in much inefficiency for the company. Some of the issues were trains were sitting in yards with half full loads for days, yard workers having inconsistent shifts and sometimes sitting around in case a train might leave that day, and most importantly, customers were uncertain of delivery times for their goods...
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The "efficient" movement model resulted in poor customer satisfaction and a rather large set of excess equipment such as train cars, locomotives, and workers. As a result, the profit of the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) was very low and the company decided it was time for a new model. CPR hired MultiModal Applied Systems to help them formulate a solution...
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