Gratwick Named VP New Marine Division Canadian Nat'l Railways
Canadian National Railways has established a separate operating entity for its waterborne activities, Robert Bandeen, president, recently announced in Montreal.
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John Gratwick, vice president of CN's Research and Development Department since 1972, has been named vice president of the marine operation.
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The railway had previously established five other operating divisions.
These include CN Rail, CN Trucking and Express, CN Tele-communications, CN Passenger Services and Hotels, and the Grand Trunk Western, which is responsible for its U.S. operations.
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