What Does Union Pacific Offer?
Union Pacific is engaged primarily in freight transportation in the western two-thirds of the United States. Union Pacific's rail network is over 32,340 route miles, and it serves many large population centers in 23 states.
Chemical producers, industrial manufacturers, agricultural companies, coal, oil & gas, and mining companies, steel processors, and automotive companies pay to Union Pacific to carry their goods.
What Are The Alternatives?
Union Pacific's competitors include trucking companies, along with other railroad companies, such as Norfolk Southern, BNSF Railway, and CSX Corporation.