Communication, collaboration and investment key to UP getting a bigger piece of the intermodal pie, Gosch says

“Moving into intermodal provides a real value proposition to shippers, and for us, that means making sure that we continue to invest in a real product,” says UP's Elise Gosch says. “That means we continue to listen to our customers and develop solutions.”

Supply chain issues will linger at least through 2022's first half, but a “continued focus on improved velocity is our way to get more capacity in the marketplace," says Union Pacific Railroad AVP of Marketing and Sales — Premium Intermodal Elise Gosch.


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