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  2. Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC - Wikipedia

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    Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC is the parent company of the BNSF Railway (formerly the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway). The company is an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway, which is controlled by investor Warren Buffett. [2] Contents 1 History 2 Business 3 References

  3. BNSF Railway

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    BNSF is committed to the safe operation of every mile of our 32,500-route-mile network. LEARN MORE Environment BNSF believes it is good business and good citizenship to minimize our impact on the planet. LEARN MORE History BNSF is the result of more than 390 railroad lines that merged or were acquired during our 170-year history. LEARN MORE

  4. Burlington Northern Santa Fe LLC profile (BNSF Railway)

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    Burlington Northern Santa Fe LLC is a railroad holding company formed in 1994 and incorporated in Delaware that owns BNSF Railway Company, a Fort Worth, Texas-based railroad with roots in Western U.S. railroading. It is primarily an East-West railroad serving Chicago, Texas, Los Angeles, the Pacific Northwest and point in between.

  5. Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC Company Profile | Fort ...

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    Company Description: Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) is a holding company that conducts no operating activities and owns no significant assets other than through its interests in its subsidiaries. Through its primary subsidiary, BNSF Railway, the company is one of the largest railroad operators in the US along with rival Union Pacific.

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  6. Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC Company Profile | Topeka ...

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    Company Description:Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC is located in Topeka, KS, United States and is part of the Rail Transportation Industry. Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC has 14 employees at this location. (Employees figure is modelled). There are 7,714 companies in the Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC corporate family.

  7. Fort Worth, Texas, based Burlington Northern Santa Fe is one of the largest railroad firms in North America. Its 40,000 employees moved freight over the firm's 32,000 miles of track to generate sales of $18 billion in 2008. BNSF earns revenue by hauling intermodal containers, coal, industrial products, agriculture, and automobiles.

  8. Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC’s $1 Billion Registered ...

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    Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC is a holding company engaged primarily in railroad transportation through its ownership of its principal operating subsidiary, BNSF Railway Company. Burlington Northern Santa Fe, LLC is owned by Berkshire Hathaway. The transaction closed on June 7, 2022.

  9. Financial Information | BNSF

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    on feb. 12, 2010, burlington northern santa fe, llc, (formerly known as burlington northern santa fe corporation) and bnsf railway company became subsidiaries of berkshire hathaway inc. burlington northern santa fe, llc continues to file annual, quarterly and current reports on forms 10-k, 10-q and 8-k with the securities and exchange commission …

  10. Fort Worth, Texas, based Burlington Northern Santa Fe is one of the largest railroad firms in North America. Its 40,000 employees moved freight over the firm's 32,000 miles of track to generate sales of $18 billion in 2008. BNSF earns revenue by hauling intermodal containers, coal, industrial products, agriculture, and automobiles.