Union Pacific (UP) on Dec. 1 will expand its Houston on-dock rail service to four additional markets.
Union Pacific (UP) on Aug. 2 reported ratifying an agreement with the International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers (SMART-TD) to provide up to eight paid sick leave days
An internship in the transportation industry never crossed my mind until my college’s career center reached out regarding an opportunity to join the Union Pacific Corporate Giving team.
TNW Corporation on July 26 celebrated the successful completion of a new interchange between Texas Gonzales Northern Railway (TXGN) and Union Pacific (UP) with a ribbon cutting ceremony. The nearly $5 million
Union Pacific (UP) reports on LinkedIn and Twitter that partner Hub Group “will leverage their growing fleet with our improved premium service product to now serve all of North America’s automotive production facilities.” Also, Norfolk Southern (NS) surprises Atlanta (Ga.) Public Schools with two $50,000 donations; and CSX celebrates its “heritage of passion and dedication” with a railroader family that reaches back four generations.
Effective August 14, 2023, Union Pacific Chairman, President and CEO Lance Fritz’s responsibilities will be split three ways: Jim Vena will return to UP as Chief Executive Officer and a member of
Provider of 3PL services GSC announced July 24 that it has acquired Seattle-based specialty transloader MacMillan-Piper, “bolstering its portfolio with a network of proprietary rail transload facilities, additional warehousing capacity, and expanded transloading capabilities with expertise in agricultural, paper, lumber, steel, dry bulk commodities and more.”
The transportation industry has come a long way in the past few decades, and with the recent large leap forward in technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), the industry is on the brink of a major transformation. We are at an inflection point where the investments in AI are set to revolutionize most aspects of humanity and certainly our transportation industry.
South Carolina Ports (SC Ports) finishes Fiscal Year 2023 (FY23) with a strong June. Also, Port Houston reports steady volumes through the first half of the year; and Port Milwaukee celebrates the grand opening of the Agriculture Maritime Export Facility.
Thousands of Union Pacific employees go above and beyond each year to support their fellow team members, without ever expecting a thank you. Now, in the ultimate expression of gratitude, a new locomotive celebrating their efforts has hit the rails.