BNSF prepares for high 2014 rail demand
Railway commits to add new equipment, more employees to keep pace with the need to transport rising amounts of Bakken crude
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BNSF Railway’s steady growth has been driven by a flourishing crude-by-rail business over the past year, and the company is answering with a surge of its own. The company said its investment plans for 2014 are at an “unprecedented level,” bumping up capital commitments by $1 billion over last year.
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