Union Pacific Corp (NYSE:UNP)

108.75
Real-Time Quote
 +0.22 / +0.20%
Today’s Change
74.61
Today|||52-Week Range
110.26
+29.46%
Year-to-Date
SECTOR
Transportation
INDUSTRY
Railroads
MARKET CAP
$97.4B

Company Description

Union Pacific Corp. operates as an investment holding company with interest in providing railroad and freight transportation services. The company through its subsidiary connects 23 states in the western two-thirds of the country by rail, providing a critical link in the global supply chain. Its diversified business includes Agricultural Products, Automotive, Chemicals, Coal, Industrial Products and Intermodal divisions. The Agricultural products division engages in transportation of grains, commodities produced, food and beverage products. The Automotive division engages in automotive carrier services west of the Mississippi River and operates vehicle distribution centers. Its franchise serves vehicle assembly plants and connects to West Coast ports and the Gulf of Mexico to accommodate both import and export shipments. In addition to transporting finished vehicles, the company provides handling of automotive parts in both boxcars and intermodal containers destined for Mexico, the U.S. and Canada. The Chemicals division engages in transporting chemicals and acts as franchise, which serves the chemical producing areas along the Gulf Coast. Its chemical shipments include four categories: petrochemicals, fertilizer, soda ash, and other. Petrochemicals include industrial chemicals, plastics and petroleum products, including crude oil and liquid petroleum gases. Fertilizer movements originate in the Gulf Coast region, the western U.S. and Canada (through interline access) for delivery to major agricultural users in the Midwest, western U.S., as well as abroad. Soda ash originates in southwestern Wyoming and California, destined for chemical and glass producing markets in North America and abroad. Other shipments include sodium products, phosphorus rock and sulfur. The Coal division engages in shipments of coal and petroleum coke. The Industrial Products division transports numerous industrial products consists of several categories, including construction products, minerals, consumer goods, metals, lumber, paper, and other miscellaneous products. The Intermodal division includes two segments: international and domestic. The International segment consists of import and export container traffic that mainly passes through West Coast ports served by company's terminal network. The Domestic segment includes container and trailer traffic picked up and delivered within North America for intermodal marketing companies (primarily shipper agents and logistics companies), as well as truckload carriers. Union Pacific was founded in 1969 and is headquartered in Omaha, NE.

Contact Information

Union Pacific Corp.
1400 Douglas Street
Omaha Nebraska 68179
P:(402) 544-5000
Investor Relations:
(402) 544-6111

Employees

Shareholders

Mutual fund holders43.60%
Other institutional38.27%
Individual stakeholders3.86%

Top Executives

John J. KoraleskiChairman, President & Chief Executive Officer
Robert M. KnightChief Financial Officer & Executive Vice President
Lynden L. TennisonChief Information Officer & Senior Vice President
Diane K. DurenSecretary & Executive Vice President
Mary Sanders JonesTreasurer, VP & Head-Investor Relations

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