Anyone with doubts of the U.S. Class I railroad industry’s pricing power and improved efficiency, should look at the major carriers’ first quarter financials.
Norfolk Southern Railway
13 May 2013
Effective May 13, Norfolk Southern’s Memphis Regional Intermodal Facility in Rossville, Tenn., will be going live with its Automated Gate System.
10 May 2013
Norfolk Southern today announced six senior management appointments, according to Wick Moorman, chairman and CEO of the Class I railroad...
03 May 2013
As conditions along the Mississippi, Illinois, Missouri and Wabash rivers have improved, following flooding in the Midwest, Norfolk Southern has recommenced operations on some of the impacted routes.
25 Apr 2013
In response to ongoing flooding along the Mississippi, Illinois, Missouri and Wabash rivers and tributaries, as well as bridge and mainline closures at Hannibal, Mo., and Naples, Ill., Norfolk Southern has been...
25 Apr 2013
Freight transportation leaders' testimony at a newly formed House panel suggests the federal government is moving forward on a national freight infrastructure strategy, even if it lacks the will to fully implement it.
23 Apr 2013
Norfolk Southern today reported first quarter profit of $450 million, rising 10 percent from $410 million in the first quarter of 2012.
17 Apr 2013
CSX Transportation and Norfolk Southern Railway may be taking different tracks to lure more truckload freight to the rails, but the outcome for intermodal shippers will likely be the same: a greater opportunity to blunt higher trucking costs by using increasingly faster and more reliable train services.
03 Apr 2013
Norfolk Southern has appointed Tom W. Schnautz as assistant vice president of research and advanced technology.
01 Apr 2013
NORFOLK, Va. — For Norfolk Southern Railway, this is the year in which its major initiative to grab domestic truck freight, a result of hundreds of millions of dollars and more than a decade of planning, gains steam.
22 Mar 2013
Norfolk Southern reported profit in 2012 was $1.75 billion, dropping 8.7 percent from $1.92 billion in 2011.
05 Mar 2013
Progress on a new inland port in Greer, S.C., planned by the South Carolina Port Authority, is moving forward, following a recent groundbreaking ceremony with more than 250 port users, stakeholders, community leaders and...