Iron Range explores its railroad network – Mesabi Daily News


Mesabi Daily News

Iron Range explores its railroad network
Mesabi Daily News
Mark Dayton convened the titans of industry in Duluth to discuss the hardships being brought to bear by erratic rail service, nobody from the railroad industry came to a table filled with representatives from steel, energy, paper, government and more.

Bartlett & West, partner develop game-changing technology for rail industry – Hays Daily News


Hays Daily News

Bartlett & West, partner develop game-changing technology for rail industry
Hays Daily News
LIDAR and technology are areas of expertise Bartlett & West brought to the mix, while Corman works in just about every service aspect of the railroad industry except technology, said Korey Colyer, Corman's vice president of finance and administration.

Why Hunter Harrison doesn’t want freight here – Crain’s Chicago Business


Crain's Chicago Business

Why Hunter Harrison doesn't want freight here
Crain's Chicago Business
Hunter Harrison has been thinking about Chicago for a long, long time. The 72-year-old is a legend in the railroad industry, a turnaround specialist who changed the fortunes of three railroads and is looking to do it again as the newly installed chief ...

Bartlett & West, partner develop game-changing technology for rail … – Topeka Capital Journal


Topeka Capital Journal

Bartlett & West, partner develop game-changing technology for rail ...
Topeka Capital Journal
Years of research and development and thousands of work hours have resulted in a patented product Bartlett & West and partner R.J. Corman Railroad Group ...

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Trump tax cuts good for railroads? Probably not – RailwayAge Magazine


RailwayAge Magazine

Trump tax cuts good for railroads? Probably not
RailwayAge Magazine
“Currently, the major freight railroads pay on average a 33.5% effective federal tax rate and that climbs to 37% when state taxes are included. For the privately owned rail industry, a more competitive business tax rate means a more competitive freight ...

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