UP’s chief operations officer: Railroad remains in service recovery, hiring mode

This year, Union Pacific has added locomotives, modified transportation plans and reduced the rail-car inventory on its network, said UP Executive Vice President of Operations Eric Gehringer at the MARS summer meeting. Jeff Stagl

Union Pacific Railroad has had a difficult time this year with service performance and transportation workforce staffing, but the railroad is posting progress on both fronts, said UP EVP of Operations Eric Gehringer during the MARS summer meeting. 


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