UP invests $8.7 million in Nebraska, named Supplier of the Year for Rail Services by GM

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Union Pacific is enhancing Nebraska's transportation infrastructure by investing $8.7 million in the rail line that runs between Sarben and Joyce. The project is in progress and is scheduled to be completed by the end of August.

The project includes replacing more than 12 miles of rail and renewing the surfaces at 12 road crossings. In addition, crews will be replacing 60,700 concrete ties.

In other UP news, the railroad received the 2011 General Motors Supplier of the Year award for Rail Services. This award recognizes the significant contributions of GM’s suppliers in 2011 as part of the company’s global product and performance achievements.

“Earning this award from General Motors highlights the commitment Union Pacific makes to providing value, building and maintaining strong customer relationships and delivering quality products and services,” said Linda Brandl, Union Pacific vice president and general manager automotive. “We are proud of our track record of earning this award over recent years and look forward to continuing to deliver value to General Motors.”

Categories: Ballast, Ties, Rail, Class 1, ON Track Maintenance