Union Pacific to beef up Wyoming rail infrastructure with $51.5m investment

By Liz Gyekye
Published: Wednesday, 05 August 2015

The US firm already delivers minerals such as frac sand, limestone and soda ash across a number of states located in the western US. The company hopes this new planned investment, for the rest of this year, will help its customers to get their materials delivered to the relevant locations effectively and efficiently.

US-based railroad operator Union Pacific Railroad has announced plans to invest $51.5m in its Wyoming infrastructure to improve the rail network in the western state and to help its customers, such as frac sand producers US Silica Holdings and Hi Crush Proppants, deliver their goods more quickly and efficiently.

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