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Rail News: Rail Industry Trends October 2009

CREATE partners let program's largest contractor award to date AAR weekly report: Not much change in North American carloads vs. last year BNSF a leader in climate change disclosure, Class I says OmniTRAX reassigns four executives Updates from Wabtec, Portec Rail Products, Timken, CIT Group and Invensys Rail Chemical shipper acknowledges BNSF's service; retailer recognizes Schneider National's intermodal efforts NMB reaches nine-year high in closed cases NS beats Street's earnings expectation, remains upbeat about gradual traffic growth UP, CSXT introduce joint 'RailChem Connect' service KCS mines traffic from Mexican intermodal corridor CSXT's Kurzanski attains AAR environmental honor for '09 Updates from Brookville Equipment, RailComm, Nordco, Ansaldo STS USA and Midland Manufacturing CP reins in costs, but revenue and traffic take a tumble UP, NS launch joint 'Gulf Coast Flyer' chemical service USDOT convenes first-ever safety council meeting RTA monthly report: Tie production stable, purchases slide in September AAR carload report: U.S. volumes might make incremental strides in coming weeks Updates from Vossloh/Global Rail Systems, GATX, Unitrac, Penumbra Capital and RailRunner 'Port Tracker' report: Container volume at major U.S. ports shows steady, but slight rise CN to purchase 70 locomotives from GE, EMD STB: U.S. Class I workforce slips below 150,000 in September BNSF's Kansas training center sets high-water mark for engineer evaluations North Carolina Railroad installs Atkins as chair, Cameron as vice chair Canadian hall of fame honors two former railroaders, a city and a technology Updates from Thales, Teradata, CIT, Wireless Matrix and Sharma & Associates Eaton to succeed Ballesteros as KCSM's top sales/marketing officer; Emery assumes AVP role at KCSR Short-line tax credit extension continues to garner congressional support, ASLRRA says USDOT to provide $20.9 million for haz-mat first-responder training Canadian railroad association honors freight, passenger roads' environmental and safety efforts RailTrends Recap: Challenges, change - and reasons to believe << Previous Next >>
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