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BNSF publishes Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report

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On 29 October, BNSF Railway Company (BNSF) issued its Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report.

BNSF publishes Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Report

The report highlights the company’s progress on key initiatives in the areas of sustaining its operations, creating value for its customers, engaging with employees and connecting with communities.

“With a history that spans nearly 170 years, we are proud of the important role we play in moving freight across our nation,” said John Lovenburg, Vice President, Environmental. “As we look to the future, BNSF will continue to partner with our customers and communities to become even more sustainable while remaining focused on operating safely and building a better tomorrow.”

BNSF used the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) G4 Guidelines to inform reporting on its most material sustainability-related issues. GRI is a globally recognised reporting framework for environmental, social and governance performance. The report focuses on initiatives and accomplishments from the 2017 calendar year.

Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/rail-barge/30102018/bnsf-publishes-corporate-responsibility-and-sustainability-report/

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