ⓘ Santa Fe–Southern Pacific merger

                                     

ⓘ Santa Fe–Southern Pacific merger

In the 1980s, the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway and Southern Pacific Transportation Company attempted a merger. It began with the merger of holding companies Santa Fe Industries and the second incarnation of the Southern Pacific Company on December 23, 1983 to form the Santa Fe Southern Pacific Corporation, which held the SP shares in a voting trust. After the Interstate Commerce Commission denied the merger, SFSP sold the SP to Rio Grande Industries on October 13, 1988, and was renamed Santa Fe Pacific Corporation on April 25, 1989.

                                     
  • The Santa Fe Pacific Corporation was formed as the Santa Fe Southern Pacific Corporation on December 23, 1983  1983 - 12 - 23 by the merger of Santa Fe Industries
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  • 1984 to be the real estate division of Santa Fe Pacific Corporation, as part of the Santa Fe Southern Pacific merger It was spun off into its own company
  • non - rail interests while being forced to sell the Southern Pacific changed its name to Santa Fe Pacific Corporation. It has also been linked to controversies
  • complemented each other with little overlap, in contrast to the Santa Fe - Southern Pacific merger which failed because it would have eliminated competition
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  • Company were merged into the previous form of the Union Pacific Railroad. As part of the UP - SP merger which included the merging of the Denver and Rio Grande
  • upcoming Southern Pacific Santa Fe Railroad SPSF merger However, the Interstate Commerce Commission ICC subsequently denied the merger application
  • Streets served the Northern and Southern Divisions via several approaches including an elevated line from Santa Fe Street. This elevated station was
  • Angeles the Southern Pacific the Santa Fe Railway and the Union Pacific The PHL, in contrast, is privately owned by the Anacostia Pacific Company. It