UP aims to add resources, boost capacity to regain network fluidity

Since service metrics have slipped of late, the Class I is recruiting more workers, adjusting trains to meet tighter schedules and continuing targeted initiatives. Union Pacific Railroad

Union Pacific's operating team has been adding resources to minimize service impacts and restore operations quickly in the midst of strong demand, wrote UP Executive Vice President of Marketing and Sales Kenny Rocker in a letter to customers dated March 16. 


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