ASLRRA regional meeting: Class I, shipper laud short lines' merit as service contributor

Union Pacific Railroad interchanges with 220 short lines, which are vital to the Class I’s success, said Jacqueline Bendon at the ASLRRA’s regional meeting in Milwaukee. She heads industrial products sales and marketing for UP. Jeff Stagl

A Class I marketing executive and transportation officer from a major rail shipper factored the importance of small railroads in the big freight-rail picture during presentations Oct. 27 at the ASLRRA Central & Pacific Region Meeting in Milwaukee.


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