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05/12/2020 | 09:20am EDT

UNION PACIFIC CORPORATION

May 2020

Cautionary Information

This presentation and related materials contain statements about the Company's future that are not statements of historical fact, including specifically the statements regarding the Company's expectations with respect to economic conditions and demand levels; its ability to generate financial returns, improve resource productivity; enhancing the customer experience; implementing corporate strategies; and providing excellent service to its customers, returns to its shareholders and potential impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. These statements are, or will be, forward-looking statements as defined within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. Forward- looking statements also generally include, without limitation, information or statements regarding: projections, predictions, expectations, estimates or forecasts as to the Company's and its subsidiaries' business, financial, and operational results, and future economic performance; and management's beliefs, expectations, goals, and objectives and other similar expressions concerning matters that are not historical facts.

Forward-looking statements should not be read as a guarantee of future performance or results, and will not necessarily be accurate indications of the times that, or by which, such performance or results will be achieved. Forward-looking information, including expectations regarding operational and financial improvements and the Company's future performance or results are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause actual performance or results to differ materially from those expressed in the statement. Important factors, including risk factors, could affect the Company's and its subsidiaries' future results and could cause those results or other outcomes to differ materially from those expressed or implied in the forward-looking statements. Information regarding risk factors and other cautionary information are available in the Company's Annual Report on Form 10-K for 2019, which was filed with the SEC on February 7, 2020. The Company updates information regarding risk factors if circumstances require such updates in its periodic reports on Form 10-Q and its subsequent Annual Reports on Form 10-K (or such other reports that may be filed with the SEC).

Forward-looking statements speak only as of, and are based only upon information available on, the date the statements were made. The Company assumes no obligation to update forward-looking information to reflect actual results, changes in assumptions or changes in other factors affecting forward-looking information. If the Company does update one or more forward-looking statements, no inference should be drawn that the Company will make additional updates with respect thereto or with respect to other forward-looking statements. References to our website are provided for convenience and, therefore, information on or available through the website is not, and should not be deemed to be, incorporated by reference herein.

2

CURRENT OVERVIEW / BUSINESS UPDATE

May 2020

3

First Quarter 2020 Results

Earnings Per Share

Operating Ratio

$2.15

$1.93

63.6

+11%

59.0

-4.6 pts

2019

2020

2019

2020

All-Time

Quarterly

Record

4

2020 Business Trends

Second Quarter Volume*

Bulk-18%

Industrial-15%

Premium -30%

TOTAL -23%

7-Day Monthly Carloadings

(000s)

190

180

2018 @174

170

160

2019 @163

150

140

130

2020 @145

120

January

December

5*Through May 5, 2020

BUSINESS TEAM REVIEW

May 2020

6

Diverse Portfolio of Business

Bulk

25%

2019

Industrial

Volume

26%

Premium

49%

v

2019 Results

Revenue $20,243M (-5%)

Volume 8,346K (-6%)

Automotive Distribution Centers

ARC $2,425 (+1%)

Intermodal Terminals

Manifest Terminals

Ports

Border Crossings, Gateways and Interchanges

7

ARC = Average Revenue Per Car

Economic Indicators

Industrial

Housing

Light Vehicle

Imports

Exports

Production

GDP

Starts (MM)

Sales (MM)

of Goods

of Goods

2019

0.9%

2.3%

1.30

16.9

0.3%

0.2%

2020

-12.2%

-5.4%

1.08

13.2

-14.2%

-5.3%

2021

0.3%

6.3%

1.12

15.1

14.3%

8.4%

8 Source: IHS Markit U.S. Economic Outlook, April 2020

2019 Freight Volumes

International Trade

Domestic

59%

  • Diverse franchise creates opportunity
  • Off-shoring/near-shoringof U.S. manufacturing
  • Demand for grain and food

Other

Imports

17%

Other

Exports

Imports

from

13%

Mexico

6%

Exports to

Mexico

5%

International Volumes

Other - 9%

Food & Beverage - 1%

Metals- 1%

Intermodal

Fertilizer - 1%

(excl Mexico)

Forest Products - 2%

Grain Products - 2%

54%

Coal - 3%

Grain - 4%

Mexico Intermodal - 7%

Vehicles

& Parts

16%

9

Bulk

Potash

Grain &

Grain Products

Produce

34%

Grain

Export

2019

Fertilizer

9%

Volume

Food &

Dairy

Refrigerated

9%

Coal

Major Grain,Grain

Coal &

Products, &

Renewables

Dairy

Fertilizer Region

48%

Produce

Coal

Dairy,

Poultry

Cattle,

2019 Results

Poultry

Cattle,

Revenue $6,529M (-8%)

Cattle

Poultry

Volume 2,087K (-9%)

ARC $3,128 (+2%)

Grain

Grain

Export

Export

10

ARC = Average Revenue Per Car

Grain

  • Grain drivers
    • Grain inventory management
    • Export market fundamentals
    • Food & beverage shipment demand

UNP Weekly Grain Carloads*

U.S. Grain Stocks**

(As reported to the AAR)

(Bushels in Billions)

9,000

7,500

6,000

2018

4,500

2020

2019

3,000

2Q

3Q

4Q

1Q

11

*Through May 9, 2020

12.0

12.5

12.9

11.6

10.7

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

Corn

Soybeans

Wheat

**Source: USDA; As of March 1, 2020

Coal

  • Coal drivers
    • Weather impacts demand
    • Natural gas prices
    • Coal inventory levels

UNP Weekly Coal Carloads*

Electricity Generation Market Share**

(As reported to the AAR)

% from coal

% from natural gas

25,000

50%

47%

2018

36%

32%

38%

31%

15,000

2019

42%

2020

29%

28%

29%

24%

19%

21%

23%

5,000

2Q

3Q

4Q

1Q

1Q'08

1Q'10

1Q'12

1Q'14

1Q'16

1Q'18

1Q'20

12

*Through May 9, 2020

**Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA)

Industrial

Petroleum

LPG

Lumber,

Energy &

Industrial

Chem & Plastic

Paper

Sand

Specialized

28%

28%

2019

Volume

Steel

Forest

Soda

Products

Shale

10%

Metals&

Ash

Minerals

34%

Copper,

Iron Ore,

Shale

Salt, Lime

and Other

Shale

2019 Results

Minerals

Pipe,

Revenue $7,472M (-3%)

Volume 2,199K (-1%)

Shale

Cement,

Shale

Aggregates

ARC $3,398 (-2%)

Petroleum LPG,

Network and Regional Manifest Terminals

Major Transload Terminals

Shale

Plastics,

Industrial Chem

13

ARC = Average Revenue Per Car

Plastics

OKLAHOMA

ARKANSAS

Dallas

To East for

LOUISIANA

Export

TEXAS

To Gulf for

To LA/LB for

Export

Export

Houston

New Orleans

Corpus Christi

Future Expansions

2017-2019 Expansions

UP SIT Facility

14

*Source: American Chemistry Council, June 2019

  • $204 billion petrochemical investment in Gulf*
  • Comprehensive product offerings & service excellence
  • Dallas to Dock service solution for export plastics

- Plastic pellets travel in hopper cars from Gulf region to Dallas

  • Pellets are packaged and transferred into intermodal containers for export
  • Katoen Natie expanding their Dallas packaging facility to double capacity to 500,000+ square feet by Q4 2020
  • KTN has the ability to grow to 2.5 million square feet

Shale Related Volumes

First Quarter

Volume

% Incr

% of Total

2020*

(000s)

(vs 2019)

UP Volume

Crude

24

68%

1.2%

Frac Sand**

21

(41%)

1.1%

    • Exclude pipe related to shale activity
    • *Includes Barites
  • Crude oil drivers
    • Crude oil price spreads
    • Production & demand
    • Pipeline capacity
  • Frac sand drivers
    • Energy prices
    • Rig counts
    • Enhanced fracing technology
    • White / brown sand mix

Crude Oil Volume

(000s)

46

46

75

24

14

2016

2017

2018

2019

1Q 20

Frac Sand Volume*

(By Shale, 000s)

230 233

119

122

21

2016

2017

2018

2019

1Q 2020

Eagle Ford Permian DJ Basin Marcellus/Utica Other

15

Housing Trends

  • Housing market still well below historical averages
  • UP lumber, stone & glass business correlates with housing starts
  • Housing also drives appliances, roofing, rebar, aggregates, and cement demand
  • Housing related shipments represent ~ 5 - 10% of current UP volumes

Lumber, Stone & Glass

UP Wkly

Housing Starts

Carloadings*

(mils)

10,000

2.0

1.8

8,000

1.6

1.4

6,000

1.2

4,000

1.0

0.8

2,000

0.6

'16

'17

'18

'19

'20

IHS Global Insight forecast

16

*Through May 9, 2020

Premium

Intermodal

79%

2019

Volume

Automotive

21%

Agricultural

13%Industrial

26%

v

2019 Results

Energy 17%

Revenue $6,242M (-6%)

Volume 4,060K (-7%)

Automotive Distribution Centers

ARC $1,538 (+2%)

Intermodal Terminals

Ports

Border Crossings, Gateways and Interchanges

17

ARC = Average Revenue Per Car

Highway Conversion Growth Opportunities

Cass Truckload Linehaul Index

145

135

125

115

105

95

2008

Mar 2020

Transportation Mode

(By Tonnage)

Water 6%

Rail 11%

Truck 83%

  • Highway conversion opportunities in all business groups
  • High insurance costs
  • Drug & alcohol testing
  • Truck capacity
  • LOUP

18 Source: Cass Information Systems, Index uses January 2005 as its base month, U.S DOT Bureau of Transportation Statistics

Butler Intermodal Terminal

Hybrid Service Product - Valor Victoria

Manly

Butler

Boone

Council

Council Bluffs

Bluffs

LA

Initial Intermodal Service

Manifest Service

Short Line Service

Private Intermodal Terminal

19

Finished Vehicles

Seattle

Eastport

Portland

Duluth

Twin Cities

Chicago

Omaha

Oakland

Salt

Lake

Denver

City

Kansas

St. Louis

U.S. Light Vehicle SAAR*

City

Los

Memphis

17.5

Angeles

17.4

17.1

17.2

16.9

Dallas

New

15.1

Orleans

13.2

Houston

Borders & Interchange

Distribution Centers/Ports

(UP Owned/Leased and Private)

Assembly Centers (UP served)

20

*Source: Global Insight

Full-Service Expertise For Almost Any Commodity

Loup Total Supply Chain Logistics

Wholesale

Retail Auto

Carload

Carrier

Intermodal

Parts

Traditional Rail

Relations

Door-to-Door

Just-In-Time

Execution

Service

Performance

Capacity

EQUIPMENT

INVENTORY

MILITARY

DRAYAGE

VALUE

MANAGEMENT

MANAGEMENT

SERVICES

SOURCING

ADDED

NETWORK

SERVICES

POOL

WAREHOUSING

CROSSTOWN

MANAGEMENT

OPTIMIZATION

SERVICES

TRANSLOADING

VISIBILITY

21

Calexico

Mexico

Mexicali

Nogales

Ciudad

El Paso

Nogales

Juárez

Hermosillo

Eagle Pass

San Antonio

Guaymas

Piedras Negras

Chihuahua

Nuevo

Laredo

Laredo

Topolobampo

Brownsville

Torreón

Saltillo

Matamoros

Monterrey

Bulk

Industrial

Durango

Mazatlán

San

18%

17%

Luis

Potosi

Altamira

2019

Aguascalientes

Tampico

Progresso

Silao

Puebla

Volume

Guadalajara

Querétaro

Premium

Manzanillo

Toluca

Veracruz

65%

Ferromex

Lazaro Cardenas

Mexico

Coatzacoalcos

KCSM

City

Ferrosur

Short Lines

Salina Cruz

UP Intermodal Operations

22

UP Offices

Ciudad Hidalgo

Border Crossings

OPERATIONS OVERVIEW

May 2020

23

FIRST QUARTER RESULTS

Safety

Employee

Rail Equipment

(Reportable Personal Injury Incidents

(Reportable Derailment Incidents

Per 200,000 Employee-Hours)

Per Million Train Miles)

Good

-18%

Good

1.02

-11%

4.26

3.48

0.89

3.25

0.74

0.90

0.80

2.86

2.76

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

Public

(Crossing Accidents Per Million Train Miles) Good

Continued Focus on Safety

3.05

+10%

2.81

2.37

2.26

2.55

Goal of Zero Incidents

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

Unified Plan 2020

Precision Scheduled Railroading Tenets

  • Shifting the focus of operations from moving trains to moving cars
  • Minimizing car dwell, car classification events and locomotive requirements
  • Utilizinggeneral-purpose trains by blending train services
  • Balancing train movements to improve the utilization of crews and rail assets

25

Unified Plan 2020

Key Performance Metrics - 1Q 2020 vs. 1Q 2019

209

23.8

25.4

131

894

85

64

FREIGHT CAR

FREIGHT CAR

TRAIN SPEED*

LOCOMOTIVE

WORKFORCE

INTERMODAL

MANIFEST/AUTO

VELOCITY *

TERMINAL

(Miles Per Hour)

PRODUCTIVITY

PRODUCTIVITY

TRIP PLAN

TRIP PLAN

(Daily Miles per Day)

DWELL *

(GTMs Per HP Day)

(Daily Miles per FTE)

COMPLIANCE

COMPLIANCE

(Hours)

(% of Cars On Time)

(% of Cars On Time)

8% 11% 3% 18% 10% 19 pts 1 pt

26*Prior years have been recast to conform to the current year presentation which reflects minor refinements.

Unified Plan 2020 Update

Terminal Rationalization & Network Changes

  • Consolidated Mechanical shops
  • Santa Teresa Block Swap Facility In Service
  • Completed Eight 15,000 Foot Sidings
  • Continued Improvement in Train Length

Train Length

(Max on Route, in Feet)

~1,300 ft

8,500

+19%

8,000

7,500

7,000

6,500

27

Unified Plan 2020

Locomotive Productivity

GTMs per

7 Day

HP Day

Carloads

160

200

140

177

168

180

163

120

131

160

120

100

109

109

151

140

80

120

28

  • Result of using the locomotive fleet more efficiently
  • First quarter GTMs per horsepower day increased 18% compared to first quarter 2019
  • Driven by less units, increased train length and reduced dwell

Unified Plan 2020

Inventory Management

Operating Inventory and

Cars in Storage

  • Operating inventory reduced with Unified Plan 2020

50,000

Operating

43,817

250,000

-Excludes cars in storage and cars

Inventory

193,082

placed at customer

40,000

200,000

-Change driven by improved freight

30,000

Cars in Storage

159,113

150,000

car velocity and terminal dwell

Cars in storage on the rise

20,000

24,526

100,000

10,000

50,000

-Increased more than 80% since

fourth quarter 2018

Unified Plan 2020 Launch

0

0

29

Unified Plan 2020

Employee Force Levels

Force Levels

7-Day

Unified Plan 2020 driving a

Carloadings

(FTEs)

(000's)

significant reduction in FTEs

50,000

47,457

200

-Down ~15% or about 6,200 FTEs in

45,000

190

first quarter 2020 from first quarter

42,919

180

2019

-Lowest number of FTEs in the last 15

40,000

170

37,483

years

35,000

174

33,872

160

-Driven by asset utilization and

177

168

164

163

150

process improvements

151

Additional opportunity exists

30,000

140

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

1Q

2020

30

Positive Train Control (PTC)

  • Approximately $2.9 billion invested through 2019
  • Total estimated investment ~ $2.9 billion
  • Field testing since October 2013
  • Installed on 100% of required rail lines
  • Implemented on 100% of required rail lines
  • Testing and refining PTC interoperability in 2020 and enhance the Energy Management Systems

31

Enabling New Capabilities

NetControl

Mobile

Work Order

Terminal

32

Lines of Code

85M

62M

UP Vision

40M

v

145k

Micro-services

CX

7,500

Customer APIs

4,500

SmartETA

1,000

Improving the Customer Experience Through APIs

13 API services in 2019 with additional

services in 2020

Real-time access to data between

applications and devices

Shipment

Location/Tracks

Learn about your

Display information

shipment(s) including

about tracks at your

their locations, events,

facility

product, status and ETA

Order In

Release

Request rail car if you

Identify rail cars to be

released to/from an industry

are anOrder In

track

customer

• Streamline and automate workflows

Enables customer to take action on their

shipments from their interfaces

Expands visibility into the supply chain

Equipment

Display details and characteristics of specific equipment IDs

Gate Reservation

Provides intermodal specific services, like create and view gate reservations

Cases (Service Issues)

Retrieve case (service issue) status, details and responses

Accounts/Contacts

Retrieve information associated with your business(s) and people

UPGo - Intermodal

Provides intermodal driver

services to expedite the

intermodal terminal

experience

33

Protecting the Environment

Fuel Efficiency

  • Union Pacific can move one ton of freight 444 miles on a single gallon of diesel fuel
  • Our customers eliminate GHG emissions by choosing rail over truck
  • Innovative locomotive software to help save fuel installed on the majority of high horsepower units

34

One Train

Equals

~300 Trucks

FINANCIAL REVIEW

May 2020

35

Updated 2020 Guidance

Withdrawing Full Year Guidance on:

  • Volume
  • Headcount
  • Operating Ratio
  • Share Repurchases

Second Quarter Outlook

  • Volumes Down ~25%
  • Aggressive Cost Control
  • Volume Outlook Makes Operating Ratio Improvement Unlikely

36

Full Year 2020

  • Pricing Gains in Excess of Inflation Dollars
  • $400-500Million of Productivity
  • Solid Free Cash Flow After Dividends Under Various Scenarios
  • Capital Allocation Plan Based on Scenarios:
    • Capital Spending Reduced by $150 to $200 Million
    • Maintain Dividend
    • Suspend Share Repurchases

Financial Performance

Expanding Margins and Driving Returns

Operating Ratio

Earnings Per Share

(Percent)

$7.91

$8.38

63.7%

62.9%

62.8%

62.7%

$5.49

$5.07

$5.79

60.6%

177

174

168

164

163

2015

2016

2017*

2018

2019

2015

2016

2017*

2018

2019

7 Day Volume (000s)

ROIC**

15.1% 15.0%

14.3%

13.7%

12.7%

2015 2016 2017* 2018 2019

37

*Adjusted to exclude the impact of Corporate Tax Reform

** See Union Pacific website under Investors for a reconciliation to GAAP.

Financial Performance

Growing Cash Flow and Shareholder Returns

Cash From Ops

Dividends Paid

($ in Billions)

$8.7

$8.6

($ in Billions)

$2.3

$2.3

$2.6

$7.3

$7.5

$7.2

$2.0

$1.9

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

Cumulative Share Repurchases

Market Cap

($ in Billions)

$37.2

($ in Billions)

$23.2

$31.4

$126

$19.1

$105

$100

$107

$16.0

$85

2007-15

2016

2017

2018

2019

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

May 8

38

Pricing Fundamentals

  • Unified Plan 2020 service reliability drives cost savings to the customer
  • Balanced portfolio provides flexibility for repricing as value grows
  • Pricing above inflation

Balanced Revenue Portfolio

Contracts

Tariffs

>1 Year

45%

25%

Contracts

  • 1 Year
    30%

39

FIRST QUARTER RESULTS

Productivity Update

Net Productivity of $220 Million

Union Pacific is More Efficient

Than During Past Recessions

Car Velocity &

$35

• Greater Than 100% Volume Variable in

Inventory

First Quarter 2020

Train Length

$55

• 1500+ Basis Points Operating Ratio

Improvement Since 2008/2009

Locomotive

$70

Efficiency

Other Workforce

Productivity

40

$60

Strengthening the

Franchise

2020 Capital Plan

($ In Millions)

Base

Capacity /

Strategic

Infrastructure

Commercial

Replacement

Capital

Facilities

Siding

$470

Extensions

$1,850

$2.95B

$150

Equipment

$295

Technology /

PTCOther

$90$245

Trimming 2020 Capital by $150-200 million

(April 2020)

  • 2020 Capital Plan:
    • Base capital of $2.95 billion, plus
    • $150 million for siding extensions
  • Safe & resilient infrastructure
  • Equipment acquisitions:
    • Locomotive modernizations
    • Targeted freight car purchases
  • Capacity & commercial facilities
  • PTC spending

41

Capital Program

Capital Spending & Returns

$4.3

$3.5

ROIC**

$3.2

$3.2

$3.1

$2.90-2.95

Return-focused capital

program

Productivity through G55+0

initiatives

• Capex less than 15% of

revenue longer-term

2015

2016

2017*

2018

2019

2020E

Positive Train Control

Technology / Other

Capacity / Commercial Facilities

Locomotives / Equipment

Infrastructure Replacement

42*Adjusted to exclude the impact of Corporate Tax Reform.

**See Union Pacific website under Investors for a reconciliation to GAAP.

Managing Returns & Liquidity

Cash From Ops

Cash to Shareholders

($ in millions)

($ in millions)

$4,100

$3,600

$1,959

$2,155

1Q 2019

1Q 2020

1Q 2019

1Q 2020

Cash Balance

($ in millions)

~$2,000

$1,130

$831

12/31/2019 3/31/2020 Current

First Quarter Year-to-Date

  • Cash Flow Conversion Rate Equal to 91% of Net Income
  • Repurchased 14 million Shares for a 5% Reduction in the Average Share Balance
  • Adjusted Debt Increased $2.5 Billion sinceYear-End 2019
  • Adjusted Debt / EBITDA of 2.7x

43

Shareholder Returns

  • Dividend payout target of 40% to 45%
  • Five dividend increases in the past ten quarters
  • Repurchased ~40% of shares since 2007
  • Share repurchase authorization three years beginning April 1, 2019
  • Up to 150 million shares
  • Suspended share repurchase program as of April 2020

44

Declared Dividend Per Share

(cents)

97

97

88

80

73

55 55

55

60.5

60.5

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

1Q

2Q

3Q

4Q

1Q

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

Cumulative Share Repurchases

($ In Billions, Shares in Millions)

$37.2

$39.7

$31.4

$19.1

$23.2

457.7

$16.0

408.4

443.4

314.8

351.2

279.8

2007-15

2016

2017

2018

2019

1Q 2020

Growing Margins

P75+0

Operating Ratio

2007 - 2010

(Percent)

79.3%

Project OR&0

2011 - 2014

Unified Plan 2020 and G55+0

70.6%

G55+0

2016 +

63.5%

190

60.6%

163

55%

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017*

2018

2019

Goal

7-Day Volume (000s)

45

  • Adjusted to exclude the impact of Corporate Tax Reform
    .

Disclaimer

UP - Union Pacific Corporation published this content on 11 May 2020 and is solely responsible for the information contained therein. Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 12 May 2020 13:19:08 UTC

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Financials (USD)
Sales 2020 19 434 M - -
Net income 2020 5 226 M - -
Net Debt 2020 26 649 M - -
P/E ratio 2020 22,2x
Yield 2020 2,31%
Capitalization 115 B 115 B -
EV / Sales 2019
EV / Sales 2020 7,27x
Nbr of Employees 33 872
Free-Float 60,9%
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Technical analysis trends UNION PACIFIC
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Income Statement Evolution
Consensus
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Mean consensus OUTPERFORM
Number of Analysts 31
Average target price 174,40 $
Last Close Price 169,08 $
Spread / Highest target 15,3%
Spread / Average Target 3,15%
Spread / Lowest Target -26,1%
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Managers
NameTitle
Lance M. Fritz Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer
Jim V. Vena Chief Operating Officer
Jennifer L. Hamann Chief Financial Officer & Executive Vice President
Jon T. Panzer Senior VP-Technology & Strategic Planning
Erroll Brown Davis Independent Director
Sector and Competitors
1st jan.Capitalization (M$)
UNION PACIFIC-6.48%114 732
CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY COMPANY1.64%62 442
CSX CORPORATION-4.84%52 710
NORFOLK SOUTHERN CORPORATION-10.11%44 706
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY LIMITED3.39%34 201
KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN-3.90%13 985