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Union Pacific Railroad service changes

Effective January 27, 2020, Union Pacific Railroad, Hapag-Lloyd’s primary rail provider on US West Coast will discontinue their service from Oakland to the following destinations:

  • To Kansas City, Missouri
  • St. Louis, Missouri (Dupo terminal)
  • Marion, Arkansas

Hapag-Lloyd will continue to serve imports to these destinations over Southern California via ports of Los Angeles/Long Beach. Hapag-Lloyd informs that this change does not affect any West Bound (export) routes presently in place.

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