• Inland Distribution
  • September 30 - October 2, 2024 | The Westin Chicago River North

Jonathan Wahba


Senior Vice-President, Sales & Marketing – Intermodal, Automotive & Bulk

Jonathan Wahba was appointed Senior Vice-President of Sales & Marketing – Intermodal, Automotive & Bulk for Canadian Pacific Kansas City (CPKC) in April 2023. Before that time, he served as Canadian Pacific’s (CP) Vice-President of Commercial Integration from 2021 through 2023, where he was responsible for the development and execution of CP's commercial strategy, including the integration of Kansas City Southern into CP. Prior to that he served as Vice-President, Sales & Marketing, Intermodal and Automotive from February 2017, when he joined the company.

Jonathan started his career as an account manager at United Parcel Service. He held a Director, Business Development role with Canadian National from 2005 to 2010 before joining truckload transportation provider Schneider National as Vice-President and Country Manager for Canada. Most recently, Jonathan served as the Chief Operating Officer for the Kriska Transportation Group, based in Toronto.

Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Arts with honors' degree from Queen's University and is a graduate of the Advanced Management Program at the Harvard Business School. 

Sessions With Jonathan Wahba

Wednesday, 2 October

  • 01:50pm - 02:30pm (CST) / 02/oct/2024 06:50 pm - 02/oct/2024 07:30 pm

    Mexico Intermodal: One Year Later

    It’s been more than a year since the intermodal landscape in Mexico changed with the entrance of Canadian Pacific, now known as CPKC. Between CPKC, the Falcon Premium, and the BNSF-Ferromex partnership, there are several viable ways to route cargo between Mexico, Canada, and the US. Railroads aren’t only targeting freight to the US Midwest, but also the US Southeast and to Canada. This session will examine how progress has gone so far in growing Mexico intermodal freight, provide an update on services to the US Southeast and Canada, and discuss how to convince truckload shippers to consider using rail for some of their cross-border freight.