Railway Age is pleased to announce the 25 “Fast Trackers” selected for this year’s 25 Under 40 awards program.
Supply chain technology provider Blume Global has introduced what it describes as “an end-to-end, interline rail freight scheduler that gives users visibility around cargo moving from one railroad to another.”
Railway Age’s January 2022 issue is now available digitally. It features a cover profile of Canadian Pacific President and CEO Keith Creel and Kansas City Southern President and CEO Patrick J. Ottensmeyer—the recipients of Railway Age’s 2022 Railroader of the Year Award, the 59th annual.
The railroad industry is embracing its own digital transformation. In his address to shareholders at the May 13, 2021 annual meeting, Norfolk Southern chief executive Jim Squires made a statement in-line with
In December 2021, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration deployed a Security Directive that shined a spotlight on rail cybersecurity following a series of global cyberattacks that occurred at the New York Metropolitan
CSX will add to its network a third automated railcar inspection portal from Duos Technologies by the end of second-quarter 2022, the supplier reported on Dec. 16.
The Greenbrier Companies, Inc., has signed on with RailPulse, a coalition of railcar owners, builders and operators whose aim is to “aggregate North American railcar fleet data on a single platform” to increase safety and the visibility of customer goods.
Norfolk Southern (NS) has launched an online industrial site and transload selection tool for current and potential shippers.
CN has selected Google Cloud to not only move a majority of its digital infrastructure to the cloud, but also improve shipment visibility for customers and supply chain partners.
The December 2021 issue of Railway Age is now available digitally.