Use us against each other? Good for them! If they were smart, like the VW plant in Chattanooga, where they built the plant between the CSX & NS mainlines and then asked for bids from both lines, all the more power to them. They are trying to make a profit and that is the best way to do it.
Retired, I did not reply because I do not agree 100%. I hold shares in other railroads, E & P company and pipeline running through the Pittsburgh area and north from there and I am seeing positive growth in their figures as well. What also happens when you give an excellent report, I go off on rabbit trails, to find out more information and see how it affects other holdings.
It seems to me that all the positive responses would indicate that we are with you in your outlook and have nothing to add.
As far as I can see there is a lot of room yet to run, could run a couple more years, but they won't match the increase that took place in 2013. That said, I did roll more into index funds and bonds recently.
Spotted 2 coal trains on the NS. Georgia Power's biggest plant, Plant Scherer, is sucking it up as if it is not going out of style.
"CSX is in the process of converting many of its locomotives to natural gas"
THAT is an overstatement. They don,t have their first engine running, which will inject natural gas into a diesel powered engine.
Ignore - you have been rude, and ignorant. We are on the CSX site because running the risk that you are willing to take is outside of our comfort zone. Do you even know the meaning of 'wide moat"?
It is still a Marxist country that only allows a certain amount of freedom, if you protest too much, you still end up in jail.
Canadian Pacific (CP) should seriously weigh a purchase of US railroad Kansas City Southern(KSU) . Saying it would be "a perfect fit," the investment bank notes CP's holdings "end where KSU's begins." A merger "would transform CP from a Canadian and US Midwestern railroad into a truly North American carrier with the addition of a US North-South line running...into Mexico and port access in Vancouver, Montreal, the Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico." Despite "limited track overlap," RBC says there's potential "meaningful" cost savings for a deal--and the timing could be right considering the 24% stock slump KSU has seen this year after a dour 4Q report. It's down slightly today while CP falls 0.8% like the broader market.
It fails to mention that the KCS has a seaport on Mexico's west coast , Lazero Caredenas., avoid the Panama Canal
How many day s have you not been able to get the trains through in the last 2 months? I know that there was a derailment down at Pensacola that had things tied up for a while, but the temperature was 25 degrees down there that cause a rail break.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. , Feb. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CSX Corporation(CSX) today announced that it has been named one of the World's Most Admired Companies in 2014, according to a survey published by FORTUNE Magazine. The comprehensive rankings were released today.
In 2013 CSX achieved an industry leading safety performance, as well as record-high customer satisfaction, revenues and earnings per share from continuing operations, all while taking forward-leaning actions to position its rail network to serve the nation's freight transportation needs for many years to come.
The company's vision is to be the safest, most progressive North American railroad, relentless in the pursuit of customer and employee excellence. CSX is guided by core values that focus on customer satisfaction, employee engagement, a culture of safety and a commitment to care for the environment and the communities it serves.
Cute dog? The Pomeranian WAS a breed of working dog until they bred it down until it was a yapping lap warmer. They took all of the usefulness out of the dog.
Nobody noticed? Petroleum products are up 40% for the week, 49% YTD.Coal is up 7.7% for the week, down only 5% YTD. Again, this is in carloads, while the coal is more Illinois coal instead of Kentucky coal, so there are probably more revenue ton-miles, which should about compensate for the lesser YTD carload count .
There is still a large spread between pipeline rates and rail rates. Besides, before you build a pipeline, you get commitment for 95% of the pipeline capacity. There are so many new kids on the block up in Bakken, that 70% of the oil is going by rail. That is a lot of demand for new pipelines that just isn't there.