Wall Street analysts quizzed Harrison for nearly two hours during the railroad’s first-quarter earnings call this morning.
Hunter Harrison gave some broad-brush outlines today on his plans to cut costs, streamline operations, and improve service.
“You look at the hand you’re dealt and you say look, what is the best way to operate and run this franchise,” Harrison says, conceding that CSX is far more complex than the Canadian railways.
While Harrison said many details remain to be worked out — he’s only been CEO since March 6 — he touched on a wide range of subjects, from gaining business off the highway to one-person crews.
Harrison sought to cast aside any notion that the complex CSX network would pose challenges to his precision scheduled railroading operating model.
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Her roommate, Shalonda Crumity, wasn’t fairing much better. “You know,” the classmate said, “Sharon Thompson just moved to Fayetteville. Call her, and see how it goes.” Afterward, Thompson took Petitlubin grocery shopping, prayed with her, counseled her and invited her into her home.