Published on: December 20, 2016

Track construction underway at new Kamloops rail terminal

Kamloops, BC, December 20, 2016 – Cando Rail Services announced today that it has begun constructing the tracks at its new rail terminal in Kamloops. It expects to have several customers on site by summer 2017 as it expands its services into British Columbia.

“This is the start of phase 1 of this terminal project and of our expansion into BC,” said company CEO Brian Cornick. “Planning and site preparation took us a little longer than expected as we are taking care to ensure this operation is well positioned for future growth.”

Cando is one of the leading rail services companies in Canada, with operations at more than 20 locations across Canada. The company will offer a wide variety of services in BC including industrial switching, transloading, railcar storage and repair, and track and engineering services.

“Kamloops is the ideal location for this terminal,” said Cornick. “We are following up on various transloading opportunities and the location will grow into a strong BC headquarters for us.”

Cando purchased the former Weyerhaeuser site earlier this year.


Cando Rail Services is an employee-owned company established in 1978 in Brandon, Manitoba. Cando has earned its reputation as an industry leader in providing railway support services, connecting industry to the Class 1 railways. An international service provider, Cando offers rail services at more than 20 industrial sites across Canada and the United States, has more than 15 mobile engineering and track services crews, owns or manages several facilities and terminals, and operates three short line railways. Cando serves many industries including petroleum, automotive, grain and grain products, fertilizer and potash, forestry products and intermodal.

For media inquiries, contact:
Julie Pomehichuk
Cando Marketing Manager
(204) 725-5174