Diversified Business Products
Union Pacific moves the goods American families and businesses use every day. Just about everything in homes, offices, manufacturing facilities, construction sites and stores moves by train at some point.
Agricultural Products | Revenue: $3.8 billion
We haul the products that feed the nation and many parts of the world, efficiently delivering whole grains and other agricultural goods.
Automotive | Revenue: $2.1 billion
Union Pacific provides transportation and logistics for automotive parts, finished vehicles and aftermarket vehicles. We directly serve five vehicle assembly plants, distribute imported vehicles from the West Coast and Gulf of Mexico, and operate or access distribution centers for all major automotive manufacturers.
Chemicals | Revenue: $3.7 billion
Union Pacific carries the chemicals used to clean drinking water, produce plastics and fertilize our crops. We also transport petrochemicals, crude oil extracted from U.S. shale locations and soda ash.
Coal | Revenue: $4.1 billion
Coal generates more than one-third of the U.S. electricity supply, and we deliver more than 20 percent of the coal America needs.
Industrial Products | Revenue: $4.4 billion
Union Pacific ships a variety of raw materials and finished goods, including steel, pipe, frac sand, cement, military equipment, wind turbine components and lumber.
Intermodal | Revenue: $4.5 billion
Intermodal involves transporting freight in an intermodal container or vehicle using multiple modes of transportation (rail, ship and truck). This method reduces cargo handling and improves security and efficiency. One Union Pacific intermodal train can take several hundred trucks off America’s congested highways. We deliver a wide range of multimodal solutions for domestic and international freight shippers moving products such as electronics, toys, furniture, clothing and auto parts.
Union Pacific is the leading freight transportation services provider to and from the United States/Mexico border and is the only railroad to serve all six major Mexico gateways. Revenue from our six business units includes $2.3 billion from Mexico in 2014.