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Union Pacific Announces Leadership Changes

February 12th, 2013

Class I railroad Union Pacific has named Kate Betsworth vice president of intermodal operations, David Giandinoto assistant vice president and general manager of distribution services, Neil Scott superintendent of transportation services for the Chicago service unit and John Turner general superintendent of transportation services for the Utah service unit.

Betsworth will direct UP’s intermodal facilities and network operations and will be responsible for meeting customer service requirements for the segment. She has more than 18 years of experience with UP and most recently served as assistant vice president and general manager of distribution services. She replaces Barry Michaels, who left the company.

Giandinoto will succeed Betsworth. He is an 18-year UP veteran and has held a variety of management positions in the company’s operations and marketing and sales departments. He most recently served as general superintendent of transportation services for the Chicago service unit.

Scott succeeds Giandinoto in leading the railroad’s Chicago service unit, assuming responsibility for the safety and transportation operations across 1,000 miles of track in Illinois and Wisconsin. He has 19 years of experience at the railroad and most recently led the company’s Utah service unit.

Turner succeeds Scott in the Utah service unit. He assumes responsibility for 1,900 miles of track in Utah, Nevada and Colorado. He is a 14-year veteran of UP and most recently was director of transportation services for the Portland service unit.

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