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This excerpt taken from the BNI 8-K filed May 25, 2007.

FREIGHT

Freight revenues of $12,606 million for 2005 were $1,864 million, or 17 percent, higher than 2004. Freight revenues were up due to a 5-percent increase in volume. Freight revenues in 2005 included fuel surcharges of approximately $1.1 billion compared with approximately $350 million in the prior year. Growth in prices and fuel surcharges drove average revenue per car/unit up 12 percent in 2005 to $1,258 from $1,126 in 2004.

This excerpt taken from the BNI 10-K filed Feb 16, 2007.

FREIGHT

 

Freight revenues of $12,606 million for 2005 were $1,864 million, or 17 percent, higher than 2004. Freight revenues were up due to a 5-percent increase in volume. Freight revenues in 2005 included fuel surcharges of approximately $1.1 billion compared with approximately $350 million in the prior year. Growth in prices and fuel surcharges drove average revenue per car/unit up 12 percent in 2005 to $1,258 from $1,126 in 2004.

 

CONSUMER PRODUCTS

 

Consumer Products revenues of $4,898 million for 2005 were $873 million, or 22 percent, greater than 2004. The increase in Consumer Products revenues was strong in all sectors. The increase in average revenue per unit of 11 percent was primarily related to price increases and increased fuel surcharges.

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INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS

 

Industrial Products revenues increased $458 million, or 17 percent, to $3,128 million for 2005. The revenue increase was primarily due to increased lumber and panel traffic in the building products sector, as well as increased traffic in petroleum products, partially offset by decreased volumes in waste products in the building products sector as well as steel and taconite in the construction products sector. Price increases along with increased fuel surcharges contributed to a 17 percent increase in average revenue per car.

  

 

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This excerpt taken from the BNI 10-K filed Feb 17, 2006.

FREIGHT

 

Freight revenues of $10,742 million for 2004 were $1,457 million, or 16 percent, higher than 2003. Freight revenues in 2004 included fuel surcharges of approximately $350 million compared with approximately $100 million in the prior year. Average revenue per car/unit increased 5 percent in 2004 to $1,126 from $1,074 in 2003.

 

CONSUMER PRODUCTS

 

Consumer Products revenues of $4,245 million for 2004 were $588 million, or 16 percent, greater than 2003. The increase in Consumer Products revenues was primarily due to double-digit volume growth in the international and domestic intermodal sectors. The increase in average revenue per unit of 4 percent was primarily related to rate increases and increased fuel surcharges.

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INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS

 

 

Industrial Products revenues increased $310 million, or 15 percent, to $2,448 million for 2004. The revenue increase was primarily due to increased lumber, plywood, particleboard and paper traffic in the building products sector and increased business in steel, taconite and clay in the construction products sector, as well as increased traffic in petroleum products and plastics. Rate increases along with increased fuel surcharges contributed to a 5 percent increase in average revenue per car.

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This excerpt taken from the BNI 10-K filed Feb 15, 2005.

FREIGHT

 

Freight revenues of $9,285 million for 2003 were $412 million, or 5 percent, higher than 2002. Freight revenues in 2003 included fuel surcharges of $110 million compared with $26 million in the prior year. Average revenue per car/unit decreased 1 percent in 2003 to $1,074 from $1,084 in 2002.

 

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