Norfolk Southern says it is working hard to reduce the rail operator’s carbon footprint. CEO Wick Moorman says the company is in the midst of a 2-year, $10 million project to change the lighting in it’s facilities…he says he’s even changed the lightbulbs in his office. Click here to listen to how much money Norfolk is saving and what else it’s doing to be more “green.”
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The Manufacturing and Transportation Summit in Chicago kicks off our 2009 global coverage of Reuters Summits. Over the next 41 weeks we’ll bring you exclusive interviews from around the world with corporate executives, government leaders and others who can give us key insights into what’s ahead for their industries. First off, to get us ready for a more in-depth look at the manufacturing industry we spent a day last week in Rock Hill, SC home to two of Terex’s (TEX.N) manufacturing operations. Rock Hill is located just about 20 minutes south of Charlotte, NC. Terex Hydra Platforms manufactures a product that looks like something out of the movie Transfomers. Check out the story: