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Union Pacific Corp  (UNP)
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Union Pacific Corp Segments

   16.87 % of total Revenue
   10.14 % of total Revenue
   16.91 % of total Revenue
   17.22 % of total Revenue
Industrial Products
   18.77 % of total Revenue
   20.08 % of total Revenue

Business Segments (Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(of total Revenues)
(Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(Profit Margin)
880.00 16.87 % 0.00 -
529.00 10.14 % 0.00 -
882.00 16.91 % 0.00 -
898.00 17.22 % 0.00 -
Industrial Products
979.00 18.77 % 0.00 -
1,047.00 20.08 % 0.00 -
5,215.00 100 % 0.00 -

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Growth rates by Segment (Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
III. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Income
III. Quarter
Q/Q Income
-3.83 % 1.5 % - -
0.38 % -5.54 % - -
-5.77 % -2.54 % - -
-18.29 % 32.25 % - -
Industrial Products
-15.68 % 0.93 % - -
-11.35 % -3.68 % - -
-10.38 % 2.9 % - -

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  Union Pacific's

Business Segments Description

The Railroad, along with its subsidiaries and rail affiliates, is our one reportable business segment.

Agricultural – The transportation of Agricultural Products, including whole grains (for animal and human consumption) and commodities produced from these grains, food and beverage products and sweeteners. With access to most major grain markets, the Railroad provides a critical link between the Midwest and western producing areas and the primary Pacific Northwest (PNW) and Gulf ports, as well as Mexico. UPRR also serves significant domestic markets, including grain processors and feeders, as well as ethanol producers in the Midwest, West, South and Rocky Mountain states.

Unit trains of grain efficiently shuttle between producers and export terminals or domestic markets. Primary food commodities consist of a variety of fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables, dairy products and beverages, which are moved to major U.S. population centers for consumption. Express Lane, our premium and perishables service moving fruits and vegetables from the PNW and California to destinations in the East, continues to draw market share from trucks. Frozen meat and poultry are also transported to the West Coast ports for export, while beverages are imported into the U.S. from Mexico. Sweeteners are primarily short haul sugar beet movements from the fields to the refineries, both of which are located in Idaho.

Automotive – UPRR is the largest automotive carrier west of the Mississippi River, serving seven vehicle assembly plants and distributing imported vehicles from six West Coast ports and Houston. The Railroad serves 42 vehicle distribution centers, from which vehicles are delivered to all major western U.S. cities.

These centers serve as railcar-to-truck haulaway operations for major domestic and international automotive manufacturers. In addition to transporting finished vehicles, UPRR currently provides expedited handling of automobile materials in both boxcars and containers to several assembly plants. Converting automotive material shipments from the highway to rail is a key growth opportunity. Mexico is also an important contributor to the automotive market for the Railroad, as manufacturers continue to locate both vehicle manufacturing and parts facilities at locations throughout the country. Automotive materials flow north and south across the border bound for assembly plants in Mexico, the U.S. and Canada.

Chemicals –. The Railroad’s franchise enables it to serve the large chemical producing areas along the Gulf Coast, as well as the Rocky Mountain region. More than two-thirds of the chemicals business consists of liquid and dry chemicals, plastics and liquid petroleum products. “Pipeline” service, designed to eliminate unnecessary stops in terminals, reduces delivery times and significantly improves asset utilization for customers and the Railroad. In addition to transporting plastics, customers also leverage UPRR’s industry leading storage-in-transit yards for intermediate storage of plastic resins. Soda ash shipments originate in southwestern Wyoming and California and are consumed primarily in glass producing markets in the East, the West and abroad. Fertilizer movements originate on the Gulf Coast, as well as in the West and Canada, bound for major agricultural end-users in the Midwest and the western U.S.

Energy – The Railroad’s geographic footprint positions it to transport coal destined for utilities and industrial facilities in 27 states, as well as to the Gulf and rail/barge/ship facilities on the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers and the Great Lakes. UPRR serves mines located in the Southern Powder River Basin of Wyoming, in addition to Colorado, Utah, southern Wyoming and southern Illinois. Southern Powder River Basin coal represents the largest and fastest growing segment of the market, as utilities continue to favor its low cost and low-sulfur content. In addition, UPRR continues to penetrate markets in the East as electricity generation continues to grow in the face of declining eastern coal production. High-BTU low-sulfur coal from Colorado and Utah is also transported to domestic utilities and industries, as well as for export to Mexico.

Industrial Products – Industrial products includes a broad range of commodities, from bulk products like stone, cement, minerals, waste and scrap to higher-value shipments like lumber, paper and government and consumer goods. Bulk commodities often move in unit train service from origin to a distribution facility in major metropolitan areas. Other commodities move in manifest trains and rely on the Railroad’s extensive network to move between thousands of shippers and customers across North America. UPRR continues to focus on capturing share from trucks by providing consistent and reliable service.

Intermodal – are domestic or premium shipments. International business consists of international container traffic for steamship customers. It arrives at West Coast ports for destinations throughout the United States. Domestic business includes domestic container and trailer traffic handled by intermodal marketing companies (primarily shipper agents and consolidators) and truckload carriers. Less-than-truckload and package carriers with time sensitive business requirements account for the majority of the premium business. Service performance and reliability drive intermodal business growth, as modeled by the 60-hour transcontinental rail service solution provided by the Railroad and its partnering rail carrier to UPS in 2003.


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