It’s impossible to predict the future with a high degree of certainty, but Class I chief executive officers are fairly certain a couple of sectors will remain explosive business-growth candidates in 2014.
Crude oil and domestic intermodal essentially are can’t misses, they believe. In addition, frac sand and other drilling materials, automotive and grain are projected to be strong contributors, according to responses six CEOs provided via email to questions posed by Progressive Railroading about the coming year, and comments from BNSF Railway Co.’s Matt Rose during a Nov. 19 interview in Fort Worth, Texas.
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